for the last few years I've waited to go back to England for eye tests and glasses/lenses but am now too busy working. Does anyone know how I go about getting an eye test & the cost etc. Any recommendations of opticians who speak at least a smattering of English in the Sarlat/Le Bugue or Perigueux area.thanks for any help you can offer.
Are you looking for an online psychotherapist? I am a therapist in Belgium, and I practice online. I do traditional therapy, such as cognitive-behavioral, or solution-focused therapy, but I also do EMDR (Eye Movement De-Sensitization and Reprocessing). In particular, I have been very successful with Smoking Cessation and Ending Food Cravings/Weight Loss Assistance. But, I also work with individuals or couples regarding depression, anxiety, relationships, grief and loss, etc. You can write to me at firstname.lastname@example.org or go to my FB page Wasmes Family Counseling. All of my services are considered to be fee-for-service and payment is due at the time of the service, via paypal. You really can start feeling better today.
My wife and I are considering a mutuelle to cover us, should we be faced with high hospital charges. We are both retired and have had our carte vitales for 8 years or so.Our concern is how the amount refunded is calculated, particularly if the event in question carried a high cost. Can anyone please give an idea? Maybe we can say the mutuelle advertises 200% cover. Let us say that a hospital stay for a serious event has a cost of €60000. I understand CPAM would refund 80%, but how much of the remaining €12000 would be paid? And when do the mutuelle and CPAM 'pay'? I realise this is a 'how long is a piece of string' question, but perhaps someone would shed some light, please?
Hi, my name is Nikki and I have just moved here from the UK.I am a qualified hairdresser, having had my own business in the UK, and I was wondering if anyone can point me in the direction of a hairdressing wholesaler, such as salon Supplies, or Sally's in UK where I may be able to buy stock. Colours etc.I also need to equip a small salon if anyone knows where I may source any new or good condition used salon furniture.Many thanksNikki(Villefranche Du Perigord, 24550)
I would appreciate any guidance or observations on insurance, legalities, buying, running, owning and maintaining a mobility scooter in France. They are, I know, much cheaper to buy in the UK, which is possible, but obviously maintenance in France is a must. I know that I want a large wheel (4 off) scooter to use when visiting vide greniers and the shops, comfort and reliability being the criteria. Thank you
We are moving to France this Summer and have a question regarding applying for the Carte Vitale.As I understand the process we are able to receive a carte vitale after residing for 3 months and meeting the requirements. So for the initial 3 months I'm assuming we need private medical insurance to cover us until acceptance?