Medical Intervention Support Scheme

by Rare Disorders Society (Singapore)

$2,693

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11% of $24,000 goal

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About Campaign

ends 14 Mar 2017, 12 AM

Everyone faces difficulties in their lives at some time or another. Children with rare diseases need multiple therapies at early age in order to improve their overall growth and development . Therapies will probably become part of their daily activity for life because intensive therapies will help them lead a normal life.

Medical Intervention Support Program (MISP) offers subsidy of up to $400.00 to every registered member who required physiotherapy, occupational therapy, speech & language therapy and swallowing clinic. The scheme also cover out-of-pocket medical equipment purchase, medicines and medical related consumables that the patients need.

Medical cost has been increasing over the past few years and families are finding difficult to cope with it. Therefore, RDSS hopes to support the families to ensure the child continue to receive more financial support.

You donation will help these children to lead a quality life!

About NPO

We know you care because LOVE IS NOT RARE. Individuals with rare diseases form a minority in our society that receive little or no attention. Due to the lack of resources, they may not receive timely and accurate diagnosis, which can cause serious complications including disability and death. The charity understands the fight on a deeply personal level and keeps in mind the needs of this community at all times. Our collective efforts will allow patients to have access to sustainable treatments and live a quality life.

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