Jacques Andre Boiffard
Trying to keep being optimist and positive, is not easy when dealing with the band of local council mobility advisors, therapists, suppliers that I have to deal with.
This last week I have been left waiting for Welzorg to come back and finish the job they couldn’t mend last week Friday.
Instead I have not heard from anyone, no one has bothered to reply to my mails and I am trapped indoors with my right arm support propped up by two books.
A big shame, as the weather has been mild this week, I would like to go out but can‘t not until my wheelchair arm rest is mended.
Today is a beautiful sunny day, no wind, quite warm for November, but I have to put going outside out of my mind for now.
Not easy but I will do my best to stay strong and not get too upset by this dereliction of Welzorg’s .duty of care to their clients, from whom they make alot of money.
Richie found out recently that Welzorg was bought up by a European investment company, which explains much.
They are no longer the national company but venture capitalists, who only care about profits not people.
I wish, that they will experience what I have had to put up with from their companies representatives, I bet they would hate to get MS and be treated so badly, shame on them all..