If you are from or live in Rugby, England, then you might not fully appreciate how good the benefits system is. If you are from a country that doesn’t offer financial aid and or a national health service, then you will be naturally thankful for what is on offer, should you fit the requirements.
The UK benefits system is worth its weight in anything, more valuable than gold even. It doesn’t always get the recognition that it deserves either, which probably means that it has been in service long enough that people take it for granted. When you experience life in a country that does not offer the same benefits, services, you soon start to appreciate why people are so keen to become a citizen of the UK.
There are many health services with the national healthcare program, services that people may not use or even be aware of. For example, if you have mobility issues you could have the help of an occupational therapist who can advise on things like mobility stair lifts in Rugby, a godsend if you’ve never looked into having one installed.
Most people will have been to a doctor’s surgery before or, been admitted to hospital at some point or another and, probably not had to pay for anything. The least fortunate of us will likely pay for a prescription of medication, but, apart from that, unless you use private health care, any costs are paid for using the benefits system paid into by tax payers.