He can’t walk and can hardly talk.
But with help from his loved ones, Mr Kashif Edwards – who has a severe form of cerebral palsy – has started a movement to raise awareness about the disorder.
The movement, “I Am Speciable”, also gives the 24-year-old a chance to support himself by raising money through T-shirt sales.
“Speciable” is a term his family created to combine the meaning of “special” and “able”.
And tomorrow morning, 50 family members and friends of Mr Edwards who support the “I Am Speciable” movement will cycle from East Coast Park to Changi Village while wearing the T-shirt of the movement.