We spoke with Sara Tajuelo, on the occasion of the presentation of her book La voz de las almas silenciadas. A look inside the elderly in residential homes, a book full of denunciation, vindicating proposals, compassion and projection of the future to which the author aspires for herself and the elderly in general, as an inalienable right of every human being.
The presentation of the book La voz de las almas silenciadas. A look inside the elderly in residential homes, by Sara Tajuelo. Published by León Alado, it is a document charged with denunciations, proposals and the enormous compassion that has led the author to tell what she experiences on a daily basis in contact with the elderly.
At the presentation, the author was accompanied by Laura Espallardo – a member of the family platform Unión de Residencias Leganés, of which she is a member – and Carmen Martín, a member of the collective Verdad y Justicia.
The presentation was charged with reasons, demands and emotion, which involved a highly participative audience with representatives of politics, other platforms of relatives, social workers…
Here you can see the interview we had with Sara Tajuelo. Video by Álvaro Orús