If you have been given the privilege to help another person who has a physical or mental disability; you need to be ethical. You have been given the chance to make a difference for a person, who otherwise would have a hard time existing without help and that is an honor and it is a privilege. You should be humbled to help assist in their existence.
Therefore, do the best that you can for them. Look out for all their interest. Make sure they are well taken care of in everything and yield not to the temptation to take advantage of the weak. Those who do so are the worst of the worst. They are vampires, feeding off helpless souls who cannot fend for themselves. Don?t be a vampire. Be ethical and do your best. Never enrich your pockets by stealing money marked for their welfare and leaving them to suffer as a result. Be ethical. Be human. Have love for a helpless person in need of assistance. Do what is right and imagine what you would want if you had to depend on a caretaker. (And one day, you might)
The eyes of the Lord are upon you and at any time, you can join the list of vampires who have been exposed mistreating and stealing from those whom they were supposed to be taking care of. Job 5:21-22. Pro 5:21 Pro15.3. Gal 6:7-8