Commitment to seniors is always a priority for Philippe Douste-Blazy. The former Minister of Health and Social Protection has become a shareholder ofAlogia Group. The company is fitting out homes for the elderly to keep them at home. According to the founder of the group, Alexandre Small, “90% of French people want to age at home”.
“Keeping seniors in their environment”
Asked by The Independent Opinion, Philippe Douste-Blazy says:
I think it is very important that the elderly stay as long as possible in their homes, in their environment. He is a lot more human to live at home, than in a retirement home.”
For this, some homes undergoing rehabilitation to make life easier for our seniors. It is to this demand that the company responds Alogia Group. She puts herself in place prevention plans to help seniors stay in their homes as long as possible, safely.
She works with various social actors, communities, housing professionals and private actors. Alogia Groupe also collaborates with more than 300 occupational therapists in order to determine whether the seniors need human assistance, to arrange their accommodation or assistance in setting up financing files.
Expertise of filler wires
Philippe Douste-Blazy wishes bring their expertise to the group. Backed by a great political career that brought her to the top of the state, the former minister is careful to pursue its commitment to the elderly.
When I was Minister of Social Affairs and Health, I drew up a great plan in favor of the elderly. This is a cause that I have been defending for a very long time. The fall of the elderly costs 2.5 billion euros to the Health Insurance. From this observation, it is important to know the social landlords, the builders and the promoters, in order to adapt the housing for this segment of the French population.
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