New Long Term Care facility design should aim for improved living standards

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Editor:

Now that they have announced the construction of a new long term care facility for Swift Current - in my opinion - the architects and planners should live in the Palliser and other two facilities for a period of time.

They should use wheelchairs and other amenities, plus eat the food, with a view to improving living standards for the elderly and sick.

My mother was in the care home and died there. My wife was at the Palliser for six years before passing. I was at these facilities five to six days a week. If they did not have angels running these places, they could have riots over needed improvements.

We can do without a new stadium in Regina until we get our priorities in proper order.

I am 93 years old and spent six years in the British Air Force during World War II, and served in England, Canada and Australia. I have now lived in Swift Current for 60 years.

Again, I suggest we should have a Health Care Ombudsman for Saskatchewan. What do you think readers? Let the Booster know!

Roy Spence - Swift Current

Geographic location: Swift Current

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