“The cost of caring willingly paid.
No matter how hard. It's not as hard as hardening up.”
Every town has a care area for people who are too difficult to be looked after in their village. It's up to the family of the person to decide if they can care for the person or if they need to go into town for care.
Most of the care area is for the elderly and for people recovering from illness or surgery. There's also a place for the troubled of mind or body or both. There are specialist care givers but most of the people working there are family members of the people in care.
There's also a place for people who are violent. They are free to come and go as they please but when they are out and about, minders need to go with them.
Very few people are natural carers and even the best need to be able to get away at times to unwind otherwise abuse is bound to happen, so there's always extra staff on hand.
Minders aren't carers, they're more like security guards who help the carers and accompany violent people when they go out and about.
Minding is not an occupation, it's more like voluntary work. This is because minders need to be capable of restraining those in their care as a last resort so the potential for abuse is high. Most big strong people will give at least one month of their life to minding, and no one minds for more than one month in the year.
There are no jails as there is no crime. With equality there's nothing anyone has that anyone else isn't able to get free, so there's no need for stealing, and with no money worries, violence is rare. The few people who are violent are not criminals but just people who need help that's all and sometimes supervision from minders.