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  1. Thanks for your help, cooperlola.

    Just to bring things up to date, and for future reference, we have found an orthophoniste in Lassay-les-Chateaux (53), whose English is sufficiently competent to offer the appropriate help. I can provide more info on request.
  2. Surprises me too. A couple of French-speaking orthophonistes haven't been able to help either.

    Thanks for your response.
  3. I am seeking. on the advice of the local stroke unit (Ferté-Macé), an English-speaking speech therapist to assess and treat a friend who has suffered a stroke and is presently on the unit.

    Anyone any knowledge of a therapist within reasonable reach (Domfront/Ferté/Mayenne region)?
  4. I am seeking, on the advice of the local stroke unit (Ferté-Macé), an English-speaking speech therapist to assess and treat a friend who has suffered a stroke and is presently on the unit.

    Anyone know of a therapist within reasonable reach (Domfont/Ferté/Mayenne)?
  5. I am now resident in France with an E106 lasting till Jan 10.

    My wife will join me next Jan, with her own E106 which will last till Jan 11.

    Will I be covered by my wife's E106 from Jan 10 (when my own expires) until Jan 11?

    DWP advice suggests this may be possible, if I ask the French authorities to be included on my wife's E106, but has anyone had experience which indicates that this "permission" is in fact given.              

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