They are, to many people, particularly the elderly and infirm
, places where they can meet, seek advice, and be treated with the personal touch by staff who understand their needs.
We have heard many stories of the older and more infirm
foxes visiting farmyards in search of easy prey as they are simply unable, because of their disability, to catch rabbits, rats, pigeons etc.
A nearly toothless jawbone found last year in France, which represents an early form of the Neandertals, speaks volumes about the ancient roots of providing life-saving care for the injured and infirm
, according to a new report.
These lawsuits are causing pain and suffering to the frail, infirm
Despite spin and propaganda, people - especially the old and infirm
- neither feel safe on the streets nor in their own homes.
Here, I have to say that attaching any viability test to the only specialist care home for the elderly mentally infirm
is as stupid as saying that a road or a pavement isn't viable.
and needing a seat when out shopping, higher seating is a lot easier to get on and off.
Don't forget the closure of St Luke's last month with its many facilities for the elderly and infirm
PENSIONERS and the infirm
will be hit hardest if plans to shut a housing office go ahead, West Bromwich East MP Tom Watson has warned.
We know that often disabled, elderly or infirm
people worry about taking a bus or coach and we aim to take the stress out of travelling for them.
In the absence of a bus service, people in isolated communities must have access to a car and that may not be possible for the elderly or infirm
, or indeed the impoverished.
Three million infirm
or elderly people are said to be unable to see, remember or key in codes.