We're at the stage of assessing what new equipment we'll need for the house for me to move back home and carry on. And there's a lot of it, from a ramp or lift to get me in the door to a hospital bed.
The two of us have been discussing this for some time, but first there's a government agency that has to inspect you house and say ok. She arrived Monday, and the good news is that she was pleased with our plans. Having the main floor all level and only two steps up from outside is a big help.
Later Monday a vendor of mobility aids also came to assess things. He also had some good ideas, and Mrs.F.G. found him easy to talk to. That's important, as all the arranging is falling on her shoulders while I'm still here in London. Best of all, he said they could loan us equipment for the first few weeks, so I can safely get home as scheduled. More good news.
There is of course some paperwork to go along with this, and we need to get started pronto. More good news is that it appears government subsidies and our health insurance will cover almost all the costs.
Feeling more optimistic about getting home on time now.