A Family...

Sometimes we read about cases that seem unimaginable: Mrs. Zofia (60 years old) takes care of herself and two disabled adult children: Marta (37 years) and Konrad (39 years old).

Nine years ago, Marta, the daughter had slammed into her life after the harsh experiences of the death of her friend, the cancer patient she cared for. She has been resuscitated, but her condition is very heavy. She was confined to bed with very little consciousness and a small chance of survival. Her functioning depends only on the mother. In spite of having the place for the daughter in the hospice, the mother decided that she would take care of her, so she gave up her job. The daughter's husband left her with her child. In the meantime, Konrad's son left to work in England, where he was severely beaten. As a result, he suffered severe head injuries and underwent craniotomy. The consequences of injury were: right paralysis of the body, epilepsy and memory loss. Wife of Konrad went to Sweden and left two children who are now in the child's home because the court did not allow Grandma's care. Mrs. Zofia also took care of her son. It is very hard for her family to keep herself from the maintenance fund for her daughter and from nursing allowance.

We got to this family when it turned out that the misfortune went on behind her. In one week Zofia's husband died. She has not lived with him for 20 years, but the burial expenses fell on her. And two days later her son was hit by a car and died. Nightmare ...

 

Mrs. Zofia was able to send her daughter to the hospice many years ago as she was accepted instead of that she was running to the city president to arrange a special bed for her to stay home. Everyone knocked on the head saying that it was a bad idea because she has several months of life. And she, thank God, has been living for many years now ...

As the Polish Wave, we were able to help materially by donating material aid - necessities, fuel, food at this most difficult moment ... a drop in the sea of ​​need but still bringing some hope ...