The five-year-old boy has not received any form of education or has been taught to communicate by anyone in his family.
Following the initial exam performed at a Child Protection Team Office, the starving boy was taken to Halifax Hospital, where a doctor observed that his hands and feet were orange, dry and peeling, and he also had blisters on his feet.
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