In our recent visit, we were heartened to know that Janaed has been transferred from the High Dependency ward to the general ward. He has been scheduled for a transfer to Alexandra Hospital for his rehabilitation sessions, which are likely to last for the next 1-2 years based on his current condition. Janaed is now less reliant on the respirator and is more or less able to breathe on his own. He is also able to consume solid food, and has strong support from his younger brother as well as the case workers from the migrant worker advocacy organisation (SG Accident Help Centre) who are visiting him almost daily. His younger brother who is currently wheelchair-bound is assisting him with his activities of daily living. The brothers would like to thank the donors who donated to their fundraising campaign, as with the funds raised, they would be able to remit some money back home for their family’s living expenses. Meanwhile, Janaed’s younger brother is likely to be repatriated in 1 to 2 months’ time after his last medical appointment. He is worried that this would hinder Janaed’s recovery process. It would also be costly to bring Janaed’s wife and two young children over as he would have no means of supporting them, especially when he would still need to undergo rehabilitation sessions for a year or two. The case workers from SG Accident Help Centre would provide further updates once this has been communicated to Janed’s family back home and with their decision made known. During this period, our case workers are also in regular contact with the case workers from SG Accident Help Centre who are updating us periodically on Janaed’s condition as they visit him regularly. We are also thankful for their intervention to provide assistance to Janaed’s family!