Incurable illness, loss of self-sufficiency, physical pain and loneliness. Old people turn to Sue Ryder about these worries and anxieties every day. We cannot allow that they remain abandoned in their fights. Please join those with good heart who donate to help Vlasta and other senior people. Every crown you donate will be transformed into the respectful and kind care these people need so much.
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"When I see how well you take care of your clients, I'm internally pleased that (although I probably wouldn't be a good nurse myself), I can also help."
"Sue Ryder's personal assistants have been visiting me three times a day for 13 years. They help me with everything I need. So, despite what life has brought me, I can still live at home."
Vlasta, a client of the Sue Ryder senior citizen home, says: „I experienced the war. It was evil. But ageing is also a struggle. Each of the clients of this home also fights their small battles every day. With pain, for instance.“ And it is against the pain that rehabilitation can effectively help. And also with clients in palliative care.
Vendula Neumannová was born with cerebral palsy. She lives in a wheelchair and speaks with difficulties. Despite all the tribulations the life have had prepared for her, she managed to complete the history and Czech language studies and received the Doctor of Philosophy degree. She taught at a secondary school. Thanks to her amazing can-do ability and thanks to the personal assistance provided by Sue Ryder she is still able to live at her home.
She senses the sun rays but she has never seen how the sky flares up with the shades of gold. She hears the humming of waves but she cannot admire the magnificence of the sea. Jarka, a client of the Sue Ryder personal assistance, has been blind since her birth. Yet, or perhaps therefore, she is always struggling to experience. Her eyes have names: Ivana, Martina, Hanka ...