The usual answer to disabled, infirm
people requiring help in their homes or needing such aids as stairlifts, walk-in showers etc is: 'The council doesn't have enough money.
Our uncut hedges have made it so simple for anyone with evil intent to identify the most vulnerable people's homes - obviously, the more neglected the hedges, the more infirm
They lose contact with their friends and as their numbers decrease so the service will be withdrawn altogether and we will abandon our old and infirm
to the scrap heap.
If the basis for the dismissal in Schultz is some reason that made the selection of the grand jury constitutionally infirm
or unsound, my opinion is I am absolutely ethically bound to raise the issue in my other cases,'' Loftus said.
Yet family caregivers - those who provide informal care for elderly, infirm
or disabled family members - go largely unrecognized in the United States.
A van that helps transport the elderly, infirm
and disabled has been given a lick of paint.
The accessibility was a relief, particularly for the elderly and infirm
, yet this rediscovered convenience had to be balanced carefully with outstanding safety concerns.
The medications in question are lorazepam and clorazepate, two generic drugs widely used to treat anxiety and hypertension in the elderly and infirm
Despite being convicted by a jury of ill-treating seven mentally infirm
patients, the 27-year-old insists she did nothing wrong.
The Brini Maxwell Show is a vintage, gender-bending, New York City, home-style show, focusing on themes such as how to throw a cocktail party, how to take care of an infirm
neighbor, or how to get those black heel marks off the kitchen linoleum.
Please find a solution that does not harm so many elderly, infirm
and totally helpless veterans.
Irving was found guilty at Cardiff Crown Court of illtreating seven elderly mentally infirm
patients and neglecting an eighth at Blackmill Nursing Home, Bridgend, in the late 1990s, when she was care manager.