So many at risk

These vulnerable peoples’ worlds as they know it will be torn apart.

Now they are living as close to a normal life as they can. I speak from experience as my brother is one of these men and has been in care for more than 30 years.

They have a full life now with wonderful carers who take them one-on-one shopping, medical checks, a couple of holidays a year, outings and they go and work in a workshop as their employment.

The carers will probably be made redundant and have to get employment elsewhere.

These disabled, disadvantaged and vulnerable people will not understand what is happening to them.

Privatisation is about profit, not about the wellbeing and care of these people because the Government is selling off its Disabilities Service to reduce its debt at the cost to these vulnerable people who do not have a voice.

I speak not only for my brother but also for his housemates and their carers. I would just like their story told.