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..IN THE NEWS...IN THE NEWS LIVERPOOL GRANDAD FORCED TO LIVE IN


BACK OF HIS TAXI AFTER BECOMING HOMELESS


A 70-year-old taxi driver who spend nearly half a century driving a cab in Liverpool was forced to live in the back of his taxi after becoming homeless during the coro- navirus lockdown. John 'Ted' McMullen suffered a stroke prior to the arrival of the pandemic, but was still able to work as lockdown hit. He moved into a supported accommoda- tion complex after he lost his placement in a hotel. From there he continued his job as a taxi driver for part of the lockdown period, but had to have minimal contact with other people. Within a few weeks, Mr McMullen's health deteriorated and he had to go to hospital. On being discharged he was told to stop working immediately due to his reduced mobility. Mr McMullen said: "I was living in the back of my cab for a while because I had nowhere to go. But thanks to the Torus Foundation, I now have my own apartment to call home.


given aids to support his mobility and be more independent. We registered him with a local GP and he had a health check and a med- ication review. "As John was unable to work he had no income. Working in part- nership with the local authority, we assisted him to claim for ben- efits which he is now in receipt of." Mr McMullen added: "I didn't know where to go or who to turn to. I had no help at all [before]. As you can see, they've been fantas- tic. I have two carers who come seven days a week. It's fantastic what they're doing.”


"The staff [who helped] have been brilliant, just fantastic. They've really helped me a lot, because I was homeless." A spokeswoman for the foundation said: "We referred him to the Occupational Therapists for a full assessment and he was


The spokeswoman added: "Ted has made lots of new friends who also support him, by helping him with his shopping when he cannot manage and ensuring that he is involved with lots of different activities and events."


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