There’s an idiom over the Chinese society “Companion is the best medicine.” This idiom is describing this story perfectly. Mr Kang – a rescue worker working on the ambulance. He just spent 15 days with his son with autism for a Taiwan bicycle journey last month. He brought his 11-year-old son with moderate mental retardation and autism. When they went to Taiwan to ride a bicycle around Taiwan’s island, there was a time of helplessness along the way. However, the father and son still “hang on” together, and finally completed an unforgettable journey, and passed an unforgettable Father’s Day this year.
Lang Qiao was diagnosed with autism and developmental delay when he was two years old, he was easily out of control, lacked self-care ability and needed family care. Mr Kang wanted his son to practice his life skills in the round-the-island tour. He decided to take his son out of the comfort zone, that’s why travel around the island was not a bad idea. Mr Kang’s wife would have worried about him, but he was so confident with the journey and finally get supported by his wife.
Mr. Kang mentioned that after returned to Hong Kong, Lang Qiao could express his desire to go to the bathroom and other verbal expressions have also increased. He believes that the activities of the parent-child activities around the island have been very successful, which not only broadened the sight of Lang Qiao, but also provided an opportunity for Mr. Kang to know more about his son. Understanding is so important for a healthy parent-child relationship, it also helps the growth and verbal ability of the child, a mile to a smile.
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