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Helen had but one wish...to be able to read again. Unfortunately, there were delays in obtaining the eye procedure she needed due to health insurance challenges and a recent hip surgery.

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Ten-year-old Margo is disabled due to a near drowning accident in a swimming pool. She received a settlement to provide for her ongoing care but was only able to obtain appropriate care in a skilled nursing facility in Orlando with a special wing for young patients.

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For many years, Linda was living on the streets due to her mental illness. She was isolated, cut off from care and was not aware she had access to financial support that could offer mental and physical health treatment. After constant and consistent outreach,

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Before MonarchCare's involvement, Karen lived alone and would stand in the middle of the street looking at the sun (with no eye protection) and talk to God.

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Roger, a native of Michigan, a widower and a private man, reminds us of the significance of Christmas and the gift of giving. Roger, 79 and a long-time MonarchCare client, was a resident of an assisted living facility when he was hospitalized due to multiple falls in a six-week period.

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Ruth is 94-years-young, a former New Yorker and professional woman who never married. Because of a melanoma on her face, she lost her left eye and Ruth's other eye is virtually blind.

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Frankie and Stephanie, brother and sister who have a developmental disability due to a genetic disorder, were clients since 1996. They were raised by their mother who developed dementia later in life.

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For 89 year-old Lidia, her home was not only where her heart was, but lost when she was involuntarily removed because of inflicted physical abuse by a family member. Lidia was brought to a local assisted living facility by her younger sister Natalie,

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