Down’s syndrome makes the life of the sufferer slow but that never means that life is not valued.
There are people around the patient of Down syndrome who love them with all their heart.
Be it their family, their friends, or anyone at all. Even if they do not have anyone in the world who love them, their life will still be valuable because of the fact that they are humans too and this is something that cannot and should not be neglected.
This 61 years old man who was a Down’s syndrome victim had no idea his life would end in such a terrible place where people do not have hearts as well as communication.
Giuseppe ‘Joe’ Ulleri was a 61 years old man who was also a Down’s syndrome patient. He lived in a care home in Manchester and was found in a pool of blood on his bedroom floor one day.
The panicked staff of the care home immediately rushed him to the Manchester Royal Infirmary. It was February 26 when the old man had fallen off and got himself badly hurt.
But after 19 days in the hospital, the man was found dead. No, he did not die because of his injury; he died because of the hospital staff and their miscommunication.
Ria Ulleri, his sister spoke out for the first time since she lost her brother because of the hospital’s negligence as the hospital kept him without nutrition for 19 long days which resulted in him in losing 12 lbs and finally in his death.
She said “We were not aware that he was being so horribly neglected at the hospital. We came to know about it after he died. We were horrified with the news.”
“As a family, we had always tried to help Joe live a normal mainstream life where people do not treat him bad and neglected. But we failed to help him in his last days.
The people who were supposed to look after him neglected him so much that my poor brother died because of it.”
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