I experienced working as a product demonstrator of a Pathfinder.
The Pathfinder, an Alternative and Augmentative Communication (AAC) device for disabled people who have difficulty communicating. But this was years ago..
I was previously on the North East Community Development Council's public assistance scheme for a year in 2008, which gave me a monthly sum of $200. But I did not apply for a second year as I found the amount insufficient and I decided to earn money on my own because $200 was not enough for people like me. My wheelchair already costs $5,000, and that was donated by friends and nice people who wanted to help me. MY WHEELCHAIR IS MY LIFE! without it, I cannot go anywhere." I need to work for me to live, despite of my situation for me to survive.
At present, I shuttled between my Ang Mo Kio flat and Orchard Road every day, peddling my wares ( key chains, pointers, pens and packets of tissue paper) on a basket attached to my motorized wheelchair, I made only $20 in that whole week... how can I live with $20?
Read on to find out!
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