?? ?? Two ARGENTINOS from Spain.
?? LOOK how much two professionals based in Madrid WIN â—
?You WILL BE SURPRISED of the AMOUNT of aid received from the GOVERNMENT: âž¡ï¸Transport, âž¡ï¸ELECTRICITY, subsidies for âž¡ï¸FUMILIA NUMEROUS, and MANY and so on.
?One, Alejandro, TELL YOU in the video THE MOTIVES that expelled him from our country.
Another, choose the email and send this text that I RECOMMEND YOU TO READ!
â„¹ "Forgive me not to write to you from my personal account, but I prefer anonymity, although I intend to keep good forms and respect. It is simply because I do not like to transcend nor do I want to be stuck to the" crack "that is lived in Argentina.
?I am Argentine, Buenos Aires, just like my wife. I received a Systems Engineer from the UTN and I have a Master in Business Administration from the CEMA University. My wife is a clinical doctor (residence done in a hospital in Greater Buenos Aires) and Nephrologist of an important hospital in Madrid. In addition, he is finishing his European doctorate in Medicine, pending the thesis that we hope he can give in July 2020 of a Spanish public university.
Currently she works as a Medical Coordinator of a Dialysis Center and I as Technology Director of a small but dynamic engineering company for issues related to public transport.
We have two girls, the oldest unfortunately has an important neurological disease for which, despite being 13 years old, does not speak, does not contain sphincters and walks with difficulty.
I always say that Argentina, for those who are healthy and doing well, is "a developed country." Problems are faced with adversity, as is our case with our daughter.
??As one of the topics you like is the welfare state, I tell you that my daughter attends a special education school that has a lot of resources. Sensory workshop, several computers, 1 teacher and an assistant every 3 or 4 students (in the case of my daughter, which is the case of severe dependence, obviously to less dependence, more children per teacher), speech therapist, physiotherapist, nurses, etc, etc, etc .. They pick it up at the door of the house with a transport adapted for reduced mobility with a motorized ramp, they stimulate it of all kinds, they feed it and they have it until 15:30, which is brought to me by the same adapted micro (which has a driver and a caregiver).
??The state covers something like 50% or 60% of the diapers he uses. Until recently, I took antiepileptics, which I thought were cheap, because I paid around â‚¬ 0.15 a box (Valproiko Acid or Depakine). Once in Argentina I realized that the box actually costs between USD 15 and USD 20, but most of it is covered by the State. The health is also excellent and they cover absolutely everything.
I have private medical insurance (Social Work), but we use it only because we keep Argentina mentality. To give you an idea, my daughter's Sanitas card (the Social Work) had expired 3 years ago and I had not noticed. They sent us the renovation to an address where we had not lived for years … We always go to Public Health and rarely use medical insurance.
Although for the Social Work of my oldest daughter I pay a lot (about 80 euros), for that of my wife, youngest daughter and mine, I pay around 120 Euros, since there are plans for groups (in our case, for the My wife's Medical College).
??We have 2 apartments on the outskirts of Madrid and two cars, although old. One is a 2004 Kia â€‹â€‹Carens and the other a 2013 Citroen C4-Picasso. We don't pay much attention to the topic cars to be honest and try to save for the future of our oldest daughter.
? The state also pays us 440 euros per month for the Dependency Law, 2 payments of 500 Euros per year for a subsidy from the Community of Madrid for my disabled daughter, 2 advances of 50 Euros per month for being a "large family" (a from the third child, it is a large family and, although we have two girls, the disabled count for two).
?In addition we have other additional benefits such as discounts on electricity (social bonus for large families) or between 15% and 20% discount on public transport.
As there are lime, there are sand. Public transport, by way of example, is very expensive. The electricity and gas are also expensive, although the supply is good and I think I exaggerate if I say that in more than 17 years I had 3 or 4 power outages (and in general they told us and they were works of merjoras).
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