In the current editorial, I delineate the factors that must constitute a recipient rights-based health care system, at least a future health care system. As a reflection on what transpired in the two years of the pandemic, the considerations offered are to assist in rebuilding a realistic allied health care perspective that would not only meet the demands of the future but is able to cope should some other crisis-hit humanity. The conception here calls for more dominant roles for human services professionals involved in social care from various persuasions, such as social work, psychology and several other disciplines that are sector-specific to children and the frail aged.
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