Thursday, December 2

Solidarity in the face of accessibility problems

Let us not forget that there is a significant volume of citizens who have mobility problems and who find it difficult to carry out trips both through our cities and their communities of owners. And this, due to limitations in their mobility that make it a personal hell every time they have to travel, both out of necessity and because they want to move outside their home to another place.

In this scenario, it is necessary to remember that things do not look the same from the perspective of those people who do not have any mobility problems, as from those who suffer from it. But this does not allow that by not perceiving these difficulties and a problem that is for life in many cases, it makes us unsupportive to the needs of others due to the circumstance that we ourselves do not suffer from a problem that limits mobility and requires solutions. accessibility.

In this way, both public administrations and citizens must become aware that there is a different world for some people for whom moving is a daily effort and hell if the conditions on the street and in their communities of owners are not accompanied by measures that make that personal scenario more affordable and with less difficulty to move.

It is true that everything that requires the appropriate modifications for accessibility in the streets and cities is the responsibility of public administrations, but we must not forget that it is also necessary for our communities of owners to remove the obstacles that exist so that accessibility It is also a general rule to observe in those buildings where we live, and that the community members of those buildings are responsible and supportive enough to realize that these problems could happen to them in the future, or to their own relatives, thereby They would perceive in another way the problem of others that is when they also suffer it. Therefore, the problem of accessibility must be considered from a point of view of respect for others and of putting ourselves in their shoes and, albeit selfishly, of thinking that one day it could happen to anyone.

With regard to accessibility in buildings, although it is a private area for community members, it is true that the conditions should be extreme to make the granting of subsidies and public aid more flexible for those buildings that need to adapt to the mobility problems of the community. many community members, since although it is common areas only of these it is true that it is a social problem, and that, therefore, the public administration must help solve it in a percentage of subsidy that is above 75%, given that the elimination of architectural barriers and accessibility problems is a problem for everyone and not only for those who suffer from it, or for those community members who live in communities with these accessibility problems.

At the end of the day, the solidarity of citizens and the legal requirement of public administrations to help resolve and remove these mobility difficulties are what must be taken into account so that the agreements adopted in the communities of owners be absolutely respectful with the consideration of those neighbors who suffer every day to move, and that only with the help of the public administration with subsidies and with the recognition and respect of other citizens in collaborating economically in that remaining percentage of what they contribute Public Administrations allow life for those who suffer from mobility problems to be less harmful to them. It should be remembered that we must not forget that those who now do not want to collaborate and be in solidarity should take it into effect, even if only thinking that tomorrow may happen to them, or to someone from their closest family environment. Reflecting like this, perhaps many people who refuse to collaborate on this issue would cease to be so unsupportive that for those who suffer from it, it turns 24 hours of their day into a high mountain that they will have to climb every day of their life.

You just have to look at the street and see many old men and women, and not so old, the difficulties with which they move and the large number that need help from third parties to move.

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