Convenient facilities established in urban areas.

August 1, 2009 10:19pm CST
It is a sign of progress in civilization, that healthy people give decent attention to people who need help. On streets, we see on pedestrians special portions dedicated for the blind, ramp ups are built for all buildings, elevators are there for the handicaped. There are rest rooms reserved for them too. A program is going on that the handicaped, esp. the blind, are trained to get out of home to share the common joy we are having. Though though, it is making good progress. Please share your opinions.
2 responses
@Pose123 (21667)
• Canada
2 Aug 09
Hi zhuhuifen, It is always a sign of progress when something is being done to help the less fortunate among us. Blessings.
@thea09 (18327)
• Greece
2 Aug 09
Hi zhuhuifen, you are right in your observations but in this area the idea hasn't taken off at all. I think perhaps because so many people have suffered a hard life in their youth that it is just accepted to get on with it. Nowadays though with the number of road accidents happening things could possibly change. It is not uncommon at all recently for people to lose a limb or end up in a wheelchair because of traffic accidents and the roads are not the best then for people to cope with.