The chances are tragically even stronger that those poor men and women who form part of the socio-economic class otherwise known as the underprivileged that they will be requiring the use of a wheelchair at some stage of their difficult lives. This is because it is quite a challenge for them to keep themselves healthy in all areas, from regularly maintaining a healthy, balanced diet to regular checkups with a medical practitioner.
Spare a thought for them because when urgent medical care is needed, it is even difficult for them to transport themselves to health services or medical centers. And if they are tragically housebound, it takes a lot longer for emergency rescue services to reach them than the time we often take for granted. Fortunately, non-governmental organizations have come to these poor folks’ rescue, servicing them in ways that others, including ourselves, are often not prepared or under-prepared to do.
If you are reading this message now and you are a health services administrator, then notify the good men and women who will be more than willing to take over your undesired fleet of used wheelchair vans. And even if you are merely a privileged patient, in for your regular checkup or out after a procedure to enhance your health and beauty, you can alert your medical administrator if you have seen this message.
Those poor folks we have just told you about will in all probability not have seen this message. Some of them are so underprivileged they will not have immediate access to the internet, access that the majority of readers here will be taking for granted. Used wheelchairs and medical vans will always be graciously accepted, just as they will always be in great demand.