Beds for Hannah’s children
Despite having completed her training as a management engineer, it has been impossible for Hannah, 36, to hold a job. She needs to be with her husband all the time, in case he suffers an apoplectic attack. His attacks are so severe and so frequent that no one will hire him and no academic program will enroll him. His condition also makes it impossible for him to help care for the couple’s six children, ages eight to one.
To complicate matters, many of the children have special needs – two have ADHD, one is autistic and some need speech therapy, physical therapy and/or occupational therapy. Because the family currently has no income, their financial situation is dire. The three youngest children share one bed, which allows none of them a comfortable night’s sleep. It goes without saying that Hannah and her husband don’t have the money to buy separate beds for them. They desperately need our help.