Day 49: Murnau – Second-class patient

  Thursday, Oct. 13, 2016 After I had been at the Bogenhausen hospital with Samir a few months ago where they recommended we go to a specialized clinic for paraplegics, I had made an appointment in Murnau. We submitted the medical recommendation letter at the district office and received a commitment for the assumption of … weiterlesenDay 49: Murnau – Second-class patient

Day 47: Erding – Retirement home supervisory authority

The health condition of Samir, the paraplegic Syrian whose  story  I have told before, has continued to deteriorate in recent months, in particular with regard to his decubitus ulcer. A volunteer who is working as a nurse went to see him on Friday, Sept. 9, as a result of my last report. On that day, … weiterlesenDay 47: Erding – Retirement home supervisory authority

Day 46: The insurgent – Part 3 / Neglected at Erding

  In the days after our last meeting, I accompanied the Syrian to a hospital in Munich hoping they would take care of his war injury. He was examined and it was recommended that he be taken to a clinic specializing in paraplegics. This now needs to be approved by the district office first. In … weiterlesenDay 46: The insurgent – Part 3 / Neglected at Erding

Day 45: The insurgent – Part 2

After the last meeting, I tried with some friends to organize an appointment in a hospital in order to find out about possible therapeutical approaches for the paraplegic Syrian. The appointment was quickly organized, but unfortunately we had to cancel it again because we first had to look for an authorization by the administrative bodies. … weiterlesenDay 45: The insurgent – Part 2

Day 44: The insurgent – Part 1

A friend told me about a paraplegic Syrian who had found accommodation at a residential home for theelderly and probably needed some support. Together with a helper, who is a friend of mine, I got on the way to Erding to see him and find out how we could help him. Even though he seems … weiterlesenDay 44: The insurgent – Part 1

Day 22: Central bus station / bribe money

  Wednesday, November 25, 2015 A journalist from the Bayern 2 radio station contacted me to accompany me one evening during my volunteer work as a helper and interpreter. Since in most emergency shelters accreditation by the government is necessary, I suggested to help out one evening with the ZOB-Angels at the central bus station. … weiterlesenDay 22: Central bus station / bribe money