In Britain, when someone gets old they often go to live in a home with other old people where there are nurses to look after them. Sometimes the government has to pay for this care. Who do you think should pay for this care, the government or the family? Give reasons for your answer and include any relevant examples from your own knowledge or experience.

In some countries like Britain, when the some people get older they move to a home to live with people of the similar. In certain circumstances the
government
pays for
this
care
, while in other situations the family bears the
cost
for
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of
this
facility. I'm of opinion the
cost
bearer
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barrier
for
this
facility is highly co-related to the development status of the county. Many Asian countries where the development status is still not matured in comparison to countries like USA, the old-age
care
facilities can't be borne by the
government
due to many financial constraints. Families
therefore
let their grandparents or
old
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older
parents
live
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love
leave
them, so their health and well being can be taken
care
by
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of
the family themselves. While, the
cost
for same is spent from the family's income. Another thing to consider is that, when many basis infrastructure issues of these developing or underdeveloped countries is still
be
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being
fixed, the
government
would find it difficult to provide financial assistance for aged people. In very rare occasions the
government
would provide financial aid to
aging
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aged
people who have worked for the
government
, even in those cases the complete
cost
is not covered.
the
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The
major
cost
is still borne by the citizen or their family. There are many developed countries like UK and France where old age
care
facilities are provided by the
government
itself. One of the main reasons for the same is that the
government
has a lot of surplus funds after attending to the basic needs of
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its
citizens.
Also
, the medical facilities in these countries are well organized and equipped that it can facilitate options like old age
care
, child
care
etc. In
few instances
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a few instances
the
cost
is shared between the family and
government
. In
such
situations the
government
will be the major
cost
bearer. To conclude, the old age
care
facility should be provided by the
government
in developed countries, whereas in the developing or
under developed
relating to societies in which capital needed to industrialize is in short supply
underdeveloped
countries the
cost
should be borne by the families.

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