A sort-hearted stranger has supplied greater than £100,000 worth of equipment to a man who suffered extreme mind accidents following an accident.
Ryan Womack, 24, was left paralysed following a crash in Manchester in October, and is being cared for by a workforce at Stocks Hall Care Home in Mawdesley, Ormskirk.
Mum Helen Womack needs to care for her son within the consolation of their very own house however can’t afford the costly prices of the equipment former tree surgeon Ryan wants.
She arrange a GoFundMe to help cowl prices and was shocked when she obtained an emotional message from a stranger providing £150,000 worth of care equipment.
The help equipment had been used to care for Carol Davies’ late husband Donald Berry who was left disabled after an accident in 2010.
‘I can’t give it away,’ mentioned Carol, from Lancaster. ‘I’ve supplied it up for free for three years, put it on Ebay however nobody needs it, I can’t pay individuals to take it.
‘It’s Helen’s if she needs it, free of cost.’
Carol’s late husband Donald had been working as a crane driver at Kendal Calling when his crane hit a reside wire and gave him an electrical shock.
The shock shut off oxygen to the father-of-one’s mind and left him severely disabled.
Carol, who has since remarried, mentioned: ‘It’s such a disgrace, we acquired no help from the federal government, it price us £210,000 a yr for care which we had to pay for ourselves.
‘We had nine carers coming to the house each day.’
Carol’s cash ran out rapidly and Donald had to be moved to a care house.
But Carol, eager to have her husband again, had a brand new plan and purchased a bigger five-bedroom home, hoping to pay much less for live-in carers.
‘It was all planned out,’ mentioned Carol.
‘I was going to cover some of Donald’s care to carry the associated fee down however once we purchased this home he by no means made it again.’
Donald handed away on August 23, 2016, on the age of 51.
Carol mentioned sepsis and pneumonia had been thought to have been the trigger of his loss of life.
Having purchased all of the equipment, together with a £16,000 mattress and mattress, a hoist and slip sheets, to care for Donald, Carol has determined to donate all of it to Helen and her son Ryan.
She mentioned Helen shall be dealing with an uphill wrestle as she cares for Ryan, based mostly on her personal experiences.
‘I just wanted to scream, so many times,’ mentioned Carol.
‘People take over and make resolution and also you simply get shoved out of the best way, all of it took over my life and fully ruined it.
‘Helen has got a battle on her hands and she needs to make sure her voice is heard.’
Helen continues to be fundraising cash by GoFundMe to carry her son house.
Ryan is at the moment receiving pink gentle therapy, which helps enhance the blood circulation to his mind and is responding nicely, added the mom.
She mentioned she was overjoyed by Carol’s generosity in donating the equipment to her.
‘She’s wonderful, all people has been wonderful, the neighborhood help has been phenomenal,’ mentioned Helen.
‘I can’t stress how good they’ve all been we’re doing alright.
‘We are keeping positive.’