Can you imagine being confined to a bed and depending on someone entirely for everything? This might sound hard to read but it’s the reality that many disabled people go through each day.
It was in 2006, I met with a car accident that left me paralysisfor my entire life with a spinal cord injury and I was only 21 years old. When this terrible blow struck. I had to bear the unbearable trauma of being symbiotic on others. Even doctors expressed their helplessness in making me fit to walk on my own and the wheelchair became my permanent companion.
There are thousands of individuals who turn into paraplegics or quadriplegics by accidents and leading a very tough life. We often have to depend on others for our basic needs. It can be embarrassing and emotionally hurt us especially when it’s related to their personal hygiene habits.
A physical disability is not a sin or any curse, it’s an ailment, and we deserve a “LIFE” to be lived with dignity. Many of us couldn’t bear the expenses of even medicines, adult diapers, and urinary catheters. Physiotherapy is very expensive but equally very necessary to keep our muscles from atrophying/degenerating.
There are so many needy whose quality of life would become better with mobility but can't afford crutches, wheelchairs, and such. Palliative care, rehab, good caretakers, appropriate beds, and related equipment are all life changers for many.
We do not have enough resources to meet our needs every month. We hope to move you into opening your hearts and help us financially to meet the challenges that life throws on us.
I am raising these funds to help medical expenses of 15 paraplegics and quadriplegics. Your small contribution brings happiness, self-confidence, mobility, and comfort into our lives.