Nurse Robert Burton (48), was employed by South Birmingham NHS Trust at their Yardley Wood Centre and cared for a number of housebound
It may seem goofy to run a race in the dead of winter, but in Minnesota you can't wait until it warms up to enjoy the outdoors or you'll be housebound
from November to May
There are probably hundreds of pensioners who need help because ofmaybe being housebound
or theymay have hearing problems.
I AM sure Nexus is trying to ensure that disabled people are completely housebound
unless they have their own transport.
Although one notices that when it come providing a continuing care package an MS victim, the present Liberal Democrat council which declined to recover thousands of pounds overpaid to Labour councillors, show little compassion or flexibility where the above housebound
individual is concerned.
Hugh O'Brien-Quinn, prosecuting, at Stafford Crown Court said 79-year-old Gwendoline Bate was diabetic and virtually housebound
after a stroke.
James MacRae, 22, was jailed for six months yesterday for stealing from housebound
Mary Gillies, 45, who died a few weeks ago.
I am fully recovered from a spell of cancer three years ago - am I to be housebound
for the rest of my life?
parishioners were counting their blessings yesterday with the news Church radio services are to resume.
An elderly priest has been left housebound
after thieves stole his electric buggy.
Amelie matchmakes for a hypochondriac and a jealous guy at the cafe, gets her retired dad out of his housebound
funk by sending his garden gnome on a world tour, keeps company with a brittle-boned shut-in whose main activity is repeatedly copying a Renoir painting and helps out an abused produce-stand worker by sneaking into his boss' apartment and setting summer-camp-style booby traps.
West Bromwich East Labour MP Mr Peter Snape is adopting a "food for thought" approach to meet his housebound
constituents - by delivering them their lunches with the Meals on Wheels Service.