Elderly care in France so good

By the end of next year, I shall be 90.

My wife is younger but going downhill rapidly under the iniquitous effects of Alzheimer’s.

Fortunately, it is French policy to enable sufferers to live in their own environment rather than to be shunted off into wards or institutions.

Daily nurse’s visits and meals on wheels (repas à domicile) – five courses (la France oblige!) are our experience. Vive la France!

TB O’Hara, Maine-et-Loire

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