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Weʼre raising £2,500 to help pay for a holiday for my 5 year old brother who has autism and severe global development.

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My brother is 5 years old. He has severe learning difficulties and has just recently been diagnosed with autism. Unfortunately my mum and dad can't afford to take him to holiday because he requires round the clock care so they have to look after him. My stepdad works part time but is on a low income and my mother has to look after my little brother.

Yameen is a special child, he is at the age of 5 and can't talk yet but does try to communicate his needs. He still requires help with dressing/undressing, toileting. He does get frustrated quite easily because it does take a while for even family to understand his needs. He is such a intelligent child and as an older sibling I am raising funds because I would like to send my parents and him on a much deserved break. Please donate whatever little you can and help to fulfil my target. Any further information you can email me on

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My name is Alia. The older sister of Yameen. My brother is 5 years old. He has severe speech and language difficulties and also has been diagnosed with autism. I am trying to raise some money so that he can go on a nice holiday. I would appreciate even if you donate a £1.

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