Shandor was living in a one-bedroom house, which he’d made his own. But when he became disabled after an accident at work, he fell behind on rent payments and had to give notice to leave.
He found a room to rent privately, which he shared with his seven-year-old son Billy when he visited at weekends. Sadly, his landlord passed away and he found himself facing homelessness again.
‘I was just thinking,“What happens now, where am I going to sleep? Where am I going to shower? Where am I going to cook? Where’s my son going to go? Am I still going to be able to have access to him?”.’