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Interview with a Government worker over 50 years old

Let's find a financial service to properly connect with related social organizations such as travel agency&community hospital&nursing home

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I have interviewed a mom from Beijing China, who has working for the government agency for few decades, and now is going to be retired. She said normally they got enough money to earn when they were working, and at the stage they are willing to have a relax.

She complains the travel programme has low quality and too much utilitarian heart, and searching for some high quality campaign. In addition, she said she would like to spend more money on the other organizations or firms such as nursing home or community clinic to obtain more convenience.

Followings are some provocations or insights from her, which might inspire other during the challenge:

1. For the people who is over 50 or just retired, they are likely to think about doing some quality travel while their legs and feet can still support their forward.

2. When their body could not support them long-distance travel or even older, they are willing to think about getting connection with nursing home to look for some helps, such as house work, etc.

3. They are tired to often shutter to the major hospital, they would pretty much like to ask any time to their home doctors in the community, in order to get some advices.

Specifically, please check all that apply:

  • I'm not currently involved in a credit union, but am curious to learn more!

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Hi Lei Lei, interesting post! Any chance you could find an image to go along with it? Images help grab attention and tell a story. You should be able to use the Edit Contribution button on the top of your post and follow the instructions to add images from there. Looking forward to seeing more of your inspiring insights on OpenIDEO.