Saiqa Khan joined KHAAS in the late 1990s. KHAAS’s aim from its inception in 1987 was to fill the void in healthcare provision for Asian families who have disabled children. A language barrier, and the fact that disability was a taboo subject within the Asian community, represented a challenge. KHAAS helps youngsters and their parents through play schemes, daily drop ins, support groups, skills courses, residential trips, respite care and carers support.
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