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Helmut Degen
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Quality of life for every one
Quality of life for every one

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A window into your past and dreams ... very, very cool
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Please share the "Overcome Illiteracy" challenge with family members, friends, and colleagues. Thanks
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New: LocalPo.st - LocalPo.st Serves The Local Communities

Localpo.st is an online news platform for local communities. Anyone can post, read and discuss local news. LocalPo.st brings the local community together.
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UX Talk with former Microsoft UX expert Arnie Lund: A Clear and Crisp Vision avoids Life and Death Battles.
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UX Talk with Jianming Dong, Chief User Experience Architect and Director at Huawei: UX is Really a Combination of Both Technology and Art. www.uxindustry.com
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UX Talk with UX Talk with Sami Paihonen
The Design of Invisible Things is as Important as the Design of Visible Things
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I am glad to hear that. All the best for your dad, Manuela.
GOOD NEWS about +Manuela Soriani's father!

Short version: he's much, much better now! ^_^

Now, some extra facts: he was moved recently to a long-term-care facility in our hometown, where he can receive much better specialized care than in hospital, where of course personnel is almost always needed for emergencies or to assist more critical patients.

During his 2-months time in hospital, everyone did their best for him, we acknowledge that, but the place wasn't good for him. He needed clean air and a more lively environment.

He's now getting better and better, day by day: he's in a bright, clean facility, where family and friends can visit him whenever they like, with nice, professional, sincerely smiling personnel.

Today he underwent a short check to evaluate if he's eligible for public healthcare's contribution, and if so, how much: this is the last thing we're worried about.
These contributions, plus his retirement pension, should be able to cover almost all costs.
We hope he'll be able to get them: his recovery will be long.

(political note: dear U.S.American friends, public healthcare also helps budding family enterprises not to be crushed by the expenses of a long-term-care for a dear one. Slap this in the face to anyone shouting about how "communist" or "socialist" this is)

We couldn't ask for any better ending for these events: we were so worried for his life or permanent damage. We're so relieved not having to face neither of those!.

Instead, we can hope that he'll just need a little help in his everyday needs and that he'll be able to stand on his own soon. ^_^

Of course, we do NOT forget our dear friend who has parents or relatives with health problems, and we wish them to be as lucky as we were.

Should they need some information about what to do, we're no expert, but we're willing to share anything we know about.
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