January 2019




The plight of homelessness in any society has increased. The number of homeless individuals sleeping rough on the streets, the bus stops, and outside the shops to pass the night is unacceptable. Also, the individuals sleep anywhere around the season in most European, American and Asian Countries, and part of African Countries.

The Society

Members of the society give goodwill to the homeless such as winter clothes, quilt, money and sleeping bags, which is excellent. Similarly, a wealthy man or a woman can build a small apartment and house a few homeless individuals. However, the government, whose sole responsibility is to deliver the duty of care, to the people they govern, turned a blind eye. The numbers of homeless persons have increased over the last five years. Today you will see on every corner of the streets homeless persons.

Practical and Reality

This homeless issue has become a Universal problem and according to the World Health Organisation that says “Health is a Fundamental Human Right” and of course this quote includes homelessness, starvation, clean water, housing, among others.


Psychological Impact

The homeless individual, as well as their families, must be going through a lot of stress. Families do not know where their loved one is. And even if they do, the homeless person might prefer for some reason to remain on the street. It breaks the heart of such a family.


Individuals, rough sleeping, costs the healthcare organisations a tremendous amount of money every year. The fund should have been used in the first place to care for these people.


Effects of Homelessness

Sleeping rough causes malaise, hunger, fear, anxiety, panic and contactable diseases. The lack of sleep and hunger damages physical and mental health illness. Activities of daily living and necessary facilities for personal care is nowhere near reach.


We must help one another during tough times; anyone can be in such a situation at any point in life. Let’s make our Society a better place to live, and show the young generation how to love, share, and support one another.


Mirela from London

Anita is an outstanding nurse, very efficient in all aspects of her patient care. very informative and carries everyone along especially at difficult times, She is compassionate and friendly and also good fun working around her?

Anastacia from Surrey

Anastacia from Surrey

Anita is dedicated and hardworking. She is a very compassionate and conscientious critical care specialist nurse.

She has the ability to put your mind at rest and to put you at ease that she will take care of your loved one with the utmost respect and dignity that they deserve.to

She understands patient critical care to the highest level and has a remarkable gift in being able to deal with patients who are facing life-threatening illnesses.

She is a joy to have watching over and caring your loved one during such a difficult time and you feel a sense of peace and trust that your loved one is safe in her hands. She is and always will be the angel beside you at a time when you or a loved one most needs care.

I would most certainly trust Anita wholeheartedly. She is an absolute professional and goes above and beyond her job – this is her passion and a gift, which truly shines in her work.

God Bless you Anita.

Thank you Anita

We have very good experience meeting Anita. She took care of my sister for certain days who is admitted in Charing Cross hospital London. She came across as someone with good professional skill but I gave 5 rate because it was the heart, the real compassion that she has that earned it. Her extra effort to wash and clean and to care for her as a human and not only as a patient is rare to see these days. Thank you Anita.

Mrs Amy Aier – Charing Cross Hospital London




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Domestic abuse involves so many controlling episodes that led sufferers to feel sad and live in danger. Every day they cry, feel anxious, fearful, tortured, rejected, intimidated, and physically abused. And are covered with bruises all over the body. This situation can happen to anyone at any age, sex, race, religion, sound mind and infirm equally. Moreso, anybody can be a victim even among neighbours.


Help is Available

Domestic abuse sufferers live in fear every minute of the day and awe of the unknown. Abuse can happen to anyone be you a man or a woman or an innocent child, but it is most common among women and children.


Domestic Violence includes physical, emotional, sexual, neglect, finance, bullying and verbal abuse. In a simple language, it is ill-treating a person, taking control of their entire life negatively. It is not a pleasant experience to go through nightmares both day and night. Furthermore, it is essential to understand what is abuse, how abusers take control, and how it starts.

Nobody should be a victim of Domestic Abuse

Many people have died as a result of Domestic Abuse. Also, many have gone through psychological imbalance, including children and teenagers, and the elderly. And senior citizens in any society are no exception. Love and kindness go a long way in making anyone healthy instead of making anyone sad. There is no profit in abusing anybody no matter what. Best to walk away if circumstances are unbearable. Respect to dignity and human life is essential. Similarly, love instead of hate prolong everyone’s life.


There are many ways to resolve issues without violence! Similarly, don’t be afraid to speak to your Healthcare Professionals and when visiting the Accident and Emergency Department, talk to your Doctors and Nurses; speak to the Police, Welfare Officers, Priests, Teachers and your Local Council. Speak to your family and friends.







How abusers take control of vulnerable persons, and the consequences affect health. Similarly, the effect causes sleepless nights, starvation, panic, anxiety, and anxiousness. Also, the results can create pain, swing mood, anxiety, and it can get worse.

Abusive individuals need to feel in charge of their relationship. They will make decisions for you and the family, tell you what to do, and expect you to obey without question. Your abuser may treat you like a servant, child, or even as his or her possession.


An abuser will do everything he or she can to make you feel bad about yourself or defective in some way. After all, if you believe you’re worthless and that no one else will want you, you’re less likely to leave. Insults, name-calling, shaming, and public put-downs are all weapons of abuse designed to erode your self-esteem and make you feel powerless.


To increase your dependence on him or her, an abusive partner will cut you off from the outside world. He or she may keep you from seeing family or friends, or even prevent you from going to work or school. You may have to ask permission to do anything, go anywhere, or see anyone.

Threats –Abusers commonly use threats to keep their partners from leaving them into dropping charges. Your abuser may threaten to hurt or harm you, your children, other family members, or even pets. He or she may also threaten to commit suicide, file false charges against you, or report you to child services.


Your abuser may use a variety of intimidation tactics designed to scare you into submission. Such tactics include making threatening looks or gestures, smashing things in front of you, destroying property, hurting your pets, or putting weapons on display. The clear message is that if you don’t obey, there will be violent consequences.

Denial and Blame 

Abusers are very good at making excuses for the inexcusable. They will blame their abusive and violent behaviour on a bad childhood, a bad day, and even on the victims of their abuse. Your abusive partner may minimise the damage or deny that it occurred. He or she will commonly shift the responsibility on to you: Somehow, his or her violent and abusive behaviour is your fault.

Source: Mid-Valley Women’s Crisis Service: