Family struggling with ALS gets new place to live
November 4, 2014 - als
The family of an ALS patient, who faced eviction from their Gwinnett County home final week, now has a new unit interjection to a transitory housing module that helps singular mothers get behind on their feet.
Karla Mohabeer got a news a same day she had to be out of her house. She says her father Aubrey cried tears of fun during a news.
“He only wants to make certain we’re gentle and that we’re safe; that’s a categorical idea for a children, especially, and we’re safe,” she tells WSB’s Sandra Parrish.
Mohabeer, who had been a primary caregiver for her father given he was diagnosed with ALS in 2012, had to put him in a nursing home dual weeks ago as doubt grew over a family’s vital situation.
She says a escape of support from a village has been strenuous given a news widespread of a eviction.
“We only are flattering most beholden for everybody all over who… responded to a story so promptly; we don’t unequivocally know how to appreciate everybody yet, though we unequivocally am grateful,” says Mohabeer, who will continue to work as a caregiver during an assisted vital trickery nearby her husband’s nursing home.
The ALS Association of Georgia will also be providing an eye-gaze communication device for Aubrey who can no longer speak. A deputy will sight both him and his family how to use a apparatus once it arrives.
Mohabeer believes their conditions will strew some-more light on a struggles and financial burdens a illness can put on families.
“You see a family in a opposite light and maybe you’ll demeanour during other people’s families that are in a same conditions as ours and be means to assistance them, and know how to assistance them.”