Many people are not able to receive much required psychological care
Many people are unable to receive much required psychological care
I'm trying to proofread a friend's work.
Is there a discernible difference to you between the above two sentences? I feel that 'unable' sounds more natural, but on the other hand, sounds like there is a slight element of blame.
I wonder if 'not able' is something objective whereas 'unable' denotes an intrinsic or inherent inability.
The child is unable to walk
The child is not able to walk