Kuisebmond Elderly in cheerful mood

Rudi Bowe 

The residents of the Kuisebmond Old Age Home in Walvis Bay received 34 towels­ and 34 face cloths worth N$3 250 from D’Expert Health Care.

The Director of D’Expert Health Care Esther Gabriel said “The need is huge and it is always tough to decide which facility will benefit. Many of the recipients cried tears of joy and shared their stories­ with our team members. The elderly in particular are a priority for us because they are vulnerable and can no longer take proper care of themselves.”
Gabriel added that every hand over is quite an emotional exercise.
Gabriel urged the community not to abandon elderly people who live at home, hospitals or in old age homes and are unable to take care of themselves and despite the number of available health and social welfare centres the access to health care is still a big issue to thousands of Namibians due to long distances and the prevailing economic situation.
The Kuisebmond Elderly expressed their profound appreciation for the donated from D’Expert Health Care and said that they will use it with love and care.
D’Expert Health Care was founded by Daphne R. Boigne (CEO) in 2017 to help improve the living standards of people with disabilities, HIV/Aids, the sick and elderly in the country and provides training courses for care-givers and also secures employment opportunities in hospitals, old age homes and home nursing services nationwide.
D’Expert Health Care is been donating good since the inception and earlier this year donations was made to the Katutura Old Age Home in Windhoek as well as the elderly in Lüderitz and Keetmanshoop.

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