La-Solution, we advise you on home care and assistance

Quality and kindness

Our staff meets the highest quality standards for private home services. Our teams are made up of responsible, attentive and committed individuals.

Testimonials

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Thank you for the good planning, the good care, the kindness and the smiles of everyone.

Hello everyone,

I would like to inform you that after several check-ups, I can finally stay at home in France to continue my various treatments (chemotherapy & radiotherapy).

I've really been able to eat and drink normally for over a month now. My blood tests are good. As a result, I no longer need parenteral nutrition.

I would also like to thank you all for the good planning, the good care and the kindness and smiles of everyone.

It's been a real pleasure getting to know you all, and thanks again for your support during this difficult time in my life. You've all given me something positive to hold on to.

For over a month now, I've been getting back to my old life, my normal life, and it feels really good. Unfortunately I haven't been able to get my dog back yet because of fatigue, but I'm sure I will soon.

Many thanks again to all of you, and I wish you all the best for the future in home care.

Best regards.

Anouk Villard
Rueyères les Prés

Reliable, reliable, pleasant, dedicated and professional

You see I haven't had to deal with you for a long time, but your whole team really deserves congratulations because you are reliable, serious, pleasant, dedicated, well-equipped and professional staff.

So don't congratulate us, it's we who benefit from your help who should thank you.

Thank you from the bottom of my heart to all of you. You really are FORMIDABLE.

I was lucky to come across the Solution when I was looking for a Help company on the Internet.

Professionalism and the ability to adapt to an extremely complex situation

I would also like to thank the entire Solution team, with whom I have had the pleasure of working over the past few years with Mrs H.. I will remember your professionalism, your ability to adapt to an extremely complex situation and your efficiency. Mrs. H.'s doctor

After months of precious daily support

With these lines, we would like to express our heartfelt thanks to all the people who met, helped and supported our mother in her old age. The kindness and quality of their presence were, for our mother, a sure source of pleasure and comfort. For us, her family, too: accompanying our mother for such a long time in her own home was her dearest wish, and we are both happy and grateful that you took part in such a wonderful way - without you, it would not have been possible.

Thanks for everything

Good evening. Mr G. passed away this evening. Thank you so much. For your professionalism and responsiveness. And the kindness of your staff. Attending physician.

Thank you for taking care of my mom

I would personally like to thank you for the care you took of my mom. All the ladies who took care of her, nurses, aides, housekeepers were so much appreciated. They gave her precious moments with their kindness, she was waiting for them.

Your care 2 times a week

I'm currently enjoying 2 visits a week with one or other of your teams, whom I met in mid-March. It's always nice to see these faces arrive when it's still dark out.

Thank you for your dedication and kindness to us patients.

Thank you so much for your dedication and kindness to us patients. Without you, I wouldn't be able to stay at home. I would like to tell you that all these ladies are adorable and efficient.

Portrait of Bluette

As not everyone really knows you, I'm going to draw up a brief portrait of you, and talk a little about the last years of your life, to get to know your character better.

You loved classical music, especially Mozart, but above all the famous Le Brassus choir; you read a lot; you listened to the radio, never to TV; you liked to take photos; and you were always up to date on the latest gossip, and current events in general, even to the end of your life.

You used to do a lot of hiking in the wonderful foothills of the Jura, above Montricher, where the Mollendruz, Marchairuz and Mont-Tendre held no secrets for you. You knew how to take the time to stop, observe nature and help others discover it.

But it's fair to say that you had quite a temperament, you always managed your life as you saw fit, you were master of your own destiny, so to speak, but as you got older, you became more and more dependent on others, and that really, really didn't go down well, in view of your health, measures had to be put in place, home help, doctors, nurses, but you didn't take it well, being ordered about, told what to do, having to take medication, no longer deciding what to do, you who had always directed others, being ordered about, difficult, the disease set in, but you rebelled, you fought ... You told me one day that you'd contracted a virus, and that the day it got better we'd all have a good laugh about it... maybe it was to give you courage.

One evening at home, you'd lost your balance when you fell in your kitchen, and when the ambulance crew came to help you, you said to me: here are some very pretty ambulance drivers, and you were ready to let yourself be taken on by these young colleagues. Even at 95, you're still young.

You may not agree with me, but you were a little cruel to those around you, you weren't always kind to those ladies from La-Solution, they sometimes left your house in tears, with your cousins, you remember the day of your birthday, you didn't receive them as a feast day and you practically sent them packing, they still tasted your cake, some days you had a grudge inside you, you had emptied the place around you.

You remember we were summoned to the Morges court, you rebelled against the Justice of the Peace, I had to appease your anger, so that you didn't leave in the middle of the session, you spoke with the Judge in not too complimentary terms, which allowed this brave lady to keep an imperishable memory of you.

So you had a strong character, and you never left anyone indifferent.

But for those who knew how to rise above your outbursts, and who had the patience to get to know you, to discover you, to take you by the scruff of the neck, they were rewarded. You were a source of knowledge and experience, you knew how to introduce us to nature, cooking, music, current affairs, you discussed all subjects with an overflowing passion, it was very enriching, we could discover your endearing side.

You told me the story of your deliveries. For the anecdote, you left Aubonne on your bike, with 10 cm. of snow on the road, to deliver a baby in Montherod. of snow on the road to go and give birth to a baby in Montherod, but when you arrived on the scene, you discovered the father-to-be in the kitchen, completely drunk, you even put him to bed, you lit the fire, the temperature was close to 0°, you cooked some water and proceeded to give birth, under the distrustful eye of the grandmother, who was analyzing your every move, today he may not remember, but it was a beautiful baby... I can't imagine what you must have gone through... it must have been very hard for you in those days, hard to imagine.

In the course of your professional career, you've given birth to some 3,680 little girls, and as you told me, not a single one of them has died. We could have written a book on all your adventures.

Dear Bluette, in the course of life, we haven't always had the opportunity to rub shoulders, but over the last 4 years, we've gotten to know each other, and I can assure you that I've spent some extraordinary moments, listening to you talk about your life, the village, the elders, You taught me a lot, and when I came to visit you in the evenings, we'd talk a lot about current affairs, and you'd tell me all about the gossip in 24 Heures, I was lucky, you were always so kind to me.

You were sensitive to associations, and regularly made donations to the Afiro, Isrec, the visually impaired, the Great St Bernard dogs and Franz Weber foundations. Despite your hardened character, you had a heart as big as that, and you wanted to help others, and despite everything you still worried about those around you.

Rest in peace, now that you've ascended to heaven, you'll welcome all your babies to Paradise with open arms...

I think that with me you will pass on:
A very big thank you and strong thoughts for all those who have been with you in these last moments:

To La-Solution, for their patience and above all their humanity, in the most difficult moments, especially during the last days, so that you could leave in absolute calm, to Doctor Jacques Gabioud for his dedication in calm and serenity, to your neighbors for their accompaniment, their little attentions, their support, and to your curator for her precious collaboration with gentleness and firmness.

I'm not forgetting your confidant, the one who meant so much to you, the one you told everything to, I'm talking about Coco, your famous cat... he boarded with you, he knew how to listen to you, he became your companion, your ray of sunshine, but rest assured, he's not on the streets and he's found a new home with the Golay family who will take good care of him.

To conclude, you were surrounded by people who contributed to your happiness, or at least who wanted to, but it was perhaps difficult for you to tell them how grateful you were, but don't worry, these were moments of sharing, because you brought them something too, and we'll miss you a lot...

Your godson, affectionately Jean-Michel and Claudine Lüthi

Small communication on behalf of the family:

As Bluette didn't get close to people, she always liked to talk to everyone, she would have been happy to welcome you to share a moment of conviviality, of sharing, of good memories, of discussions, it's as if she was inviting you to stop and take your time, I think she would have appreciated this moment and would have been very happy, thank you for her.

Thanks to La-solution staff

End of life of our mother, Marie-Anne at La Tour-de-Peilz
Thanks to the staff of La-solution

Madam Director, Mr. Director,

Our mom passed away peacefully at home on Monday, October 29, 2018.

Today, we'd like to thank you all for your very effective support during the last months of his life.

We would particularly like to point out that your institution can count on fabulous staff. Whether in terms of presence, care or availability, all the people who looked after our mother showed great professionalism, while at the same time having an empathetic attitude that was of great benefit to our family. They were constantly concerned with the well-being of the person being cared for, and knew how to ensure that her last moments were reassuring, pleasant and imbued with great humanity.

Please accept our warmest thanks. May we ask you to pass on our gratitude to all your staff who looked after our mother, for the support they provided.

Yours sincerely

His daughters

Dying with loved ones

Time had come to a standstill in the last few weeks. Illness occupied all our thoughts and death hovered over our family. Inevitable, feared, then awaited like a deliverance. Witnessing the agony of a loved one is a real lesson in life. There's no escaping your fears, and it's time to tame your anxieties. In such circumstances, it's a question of survival...

Tonight, everyone has gone home with the memory of this farewell day. The atmosphere is one of relief. Death is gone, and life can resume its course. With bonds forever strengthened between those who remain. And a sense of pride: that of having been able to realize one's dearest wish, which was to die at home.

There could be no better time to write these lines. They are dedicated to an organization without which we could never have met this challenge: La Solution. A look back at the story of a rare end-of-life experience.

October 2012. Aged 87, Lisette is suffering from cancer that has spread over the years. A fighter in the face of disease, she leads a serene, independent life with her husband Jean-Jacques (91). A spontaneous femur fracture landed her in hospital, where she spent six weeks. When we contacted thehome help service, we were told that "it's not up to these ladies to do the laundry, as they don't have time to wait for the machine to finish running". It's clear to us that state services have their limits: those of being staticized before being humanized.

December 2012. Lisette's return home: in collaboration with La Solution, we organize the presence of a helper every morning and evening. These ladies take care of the housework, laundry, meal preparation and so on. A nurse from La Solution comes in regularly to provide the care Lisette needs. This is a particularly difficult time for her, as her privacy is invaded. Thanks to their professionalism and empathy, La Solution's staff will gradually tame this woman and help her mourn the loss of her former independence.

January 2013. Lisette has recovered well from her fracture, but it's the illness that's taking over. As the weeks go by, we adapt the pace of our home care. Lisette is grateful for everything that is organized around her. She's even beginning to appreciate the discreet presence of these ladies, who are always the same, which is very important to her.

February 2013. The disease is gaining ground. Within hours, La Solution organizes a night watch service. Lisette now has almost 24-hour care. She has become attached to these people, with whom she can share her anxieties. These are rich exchanges that her modesty wants to spare her husband and loved ones. She knows she's going to die, and her only wish is to be able to stay at home.

March 2013. As the days go by, Lisette can no longer get out of bed. Death is already looming, and the entire team at La Solution continues to care for her with extraordinary respect and tenderness. As Lisette slowly slips away, it's also Jean-Jacques' hand that these ladies hold, day after day. On the evening of March 14, 2013, Lisette was finally able to leave. As she had so wished, she died at home, close to her husband and loved ones.
We decided to publish this testimony because we had no idea that end-of-life care at home of this intensity and quality could exist. It's possible today, thanks to private organizations like La Solution, to keep a seriously ill person at home, rather than sending them to a hospital hellhole.

Tomorrow, a new story begins. That of Jean-Jacques, who must rethink his life without the woman with whom he shared 64 years of marriage. The Solution will certainly be there. By the way, the night-light is still on tonight...
Thierrens, March 19, 2013

To Stéphanie

Anne-Sophie Gavillet

Suzanne went home serenely surrounded by her loved ones.

Dear Madam,

I would like to tell you that your care assistants who accompanied my wife until her last day were marvellous.

They were so attentive that their mere arrival in the room brought my wife great joy.

People of this quality, of this humanity, are a lesson for us, and we thank them for allowing us to shed light on these difficult times.

We would also like to thank you for your availability and the quality of your organization.

On behalf of our family
Jean Suter

Many thanks

Dear Madam,

Thank you so much for your warm message. My mother passed away on Saturday evening, May 26, after only 1 ½ days in hospital. The care she received at the CHUV was of the highest quality.
I would like to thank you again for the attentive and competent care your staff gave my mother. Thanks to you, and to the two ladies who looked after her at home, my mother was able to stay at home for almost the rest of her life.

With my best messages,
Family of a patient May 2018

Home care was an obvious choice.

My husband, Bernard, was diagnosed with Charcot disease in March 2017. After the shock of the diagnosis, the denial of the disease, the hard return to reality in the face of rapid degeneration: how would I accompany him with dignity during his ineluctable physical decline without imposing hospitalization on him? Home care was the obvious choice. After receiving such good feedback, we turned to La Solution, who were able to meet our needs beyond all expectations. The caregivers enabled Bernard and his loved ones to feel alive, together, right to the end. Faced with such a serious illness, they had to work miracles on a daily basis, surpassing their caregiving skills and demonstrating admirable endurance. Without them, Bernard's smiles, his sparkling eyes and his sense of humour would not have survived the ordeal of illness. Without you, the Dear Donors, none of this would have been possible. Your support enabled Bernard to keep his zest for life right to the end. We are infinitely grateful. THANK YOU from the bottom of our hearts!

Patricia

Thank you from the bottom of my heart

Dear all,

I don't know how to thank you for all that your foundation has already done for our family, and also for what you offer us. My words are not enough to express my deep appreciation and gratitude.

Thank you from the bottom of my heart

According to his last wishes

From the bottom of my heart, I'd like to say a huge THANK YOU again for the wonderful day-to-day care you've given Mrs B, for your support, dedication, thoroughness and great respect.

Thanks to the help of each and every one of you, and to YOUR BIG HEART, Mrs. B, an extraordinary woman full of wisdom, has gone peacefully while remaining at home according to her last wishes.

Warmly

Thank you

Thank you again for your immense work and your moving support, we are all in awe.

Invaluable help

Ladies and Gentlemen,

We are saddened to inform you that our beloved Mom passed away last Saturday, November 10, 2018.
We would like to THANK ALL the people, nurses and caregivers who were involved in our dear Mom's home care from the bottom of our hearts.
We were very relieved and happy to have your services.
Your help was invaluable, even though the last few days were particularly difficult.

Yours sincerely

Thank you for your attention

I'd like to take this opportunity to thank you and tell you how touched I was by the 2 gifts I received in quick succession. A bar of chocolate from the planning department and this touching young man who came to ring my doorbell with a little Christmas parcel.

 

I find this gesture incredibly delicate on the part of the "Solution", because in these troubled times, you are the only ones to show a gesture of kindness.

 

I wanted to reiterate the pleasure I get when your collaborator comes to my house. She's a bubble of joy, this young woman. I look forward to seeing her again.

 

In turn, I wish you and your team a happy festive season and all the best for next year.

Thank you so much for your dedication and kindness to us patients. Without you, I wouldn't be able to stay at home.

La-Solution, we advise you on home care and assistance

Quality and kindness

Our staff meets the highest quality standards for private home services. Our teams are made up of responsible, attentive and committed individuals.

Thank you so much for your dedication and kindness to us patients. Without you, I wouldn't be able to stay at home.