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Read the articles below for the latest update of A Mother's Wish.

13 Feb 2020

Travelling with Sebastien, my autistic son, has always been an adventure. But it is quite different now, as we no longer live with him. For the past two years, we have been seeing him once every 1.5 to 2 months for periods ranging from 2 to 5 days and just one big 16-d...

A Mother's Wish is privileged to organise this activity in collaboration with Ming Li from exhale. Limited to just 4 pairs of autistic individual-parent/caregiver combinations (please buy one ticket for yourself and one ticket for your child), this activity offers an a...

19 Jan 2020

This is the second part of our evolving story of the budding relationship between Sebastien, my autistic son, and David Trevelyan, a passionate and talented digital artist and sculptor who has lived in Bali for the past three decades. David and Rani (his wife), as well...

10 Dec 2019

To help families with autistic loved ones, A Mother’s Wish seeks to address two areas simultaneously by:

  • Advocating for the inner well-being of autistic individuals with the focus on caregiver-autistic loved ones' relationships; and

  • Exploring resources that c...

1 Dec 2019

Back in June, I had written about my experience of the Art Brut exhibition in Bangkok featuring artworks by disadvantaged individuals, prisoners, and those with mental illnesses. Their raw, spontaneous and stunning creativity reminded me of the creative works of Sebast...

27 Nov 2019

Recently, when a mum struggling with her autistic son sought my advice about an overseas option because of my experience of moving Sebastien, my now 23-year-old autistic son, to Bali, I found myself taking stock of the reality that it had been more than three years sin...

9 Nov 2019

We had the pleasure of welcoming mothers with their autistic teens/youths at the baking workshop hosted and run by Crunchy Teeth — a social enterprise that trains autistic youths in the craft of baking.

Our mission of the day was to offer families with autistic loved on...

26 Oct 2019

It has been six months since I finally wrapped up Where Does My Autistic Son Belong? that I had lived for possibly the most heartbreaking seven years of my life. An online version is now available on Amazon Kindle at https://amzn.to/348K8Rn. With a weight of 650g,...