There are old folks who have given it their all in life and have gone on to live so long that they have aged considerably to the point that they can no longer take care of themselves or even walk.
To this end, they or their loved ones entrust them to the care and dedication of exceptionally gifted care-givers. These health services workers and professionals have given their lives towards realizing their vocational aspirations. But what about the poorest of the poor who cannot afford professional care in their old age.
And what about the poorest wheelchair bound men and women who are not able to take care of themselves either. These folks are also set back so much so that their own families can no longer take care of them either. The questions are answered thankfully and joyfully in a heartbeat. This is because of the growing awareness of the existence of volunteer groups and non-governmental organizations that are perhaps doing even more in preparing the much needed services to the wheelchair bound and the poor and needy.
But given that they do not derive an income from their devoted services, they also need urgent help. Essential tools and carriage materials cost a fortune, particularly when supplied secondhand and in good working order. Fortunately, help is at hand for them as well. Today, their fund raisers can acquire well-oiled used wheelchair vans at prices they can afford. This, of course, leaves them with more space to make provision for other essentials such as warm clothing and good, nourishing and healthy food that most of us simply take for granted.
If you know of such organizations, perhaps you can research this opportunity and initiate a new drive to help their patients.