Common areas, an indoor park, cafe-meeting, cottage and outdoor courtyards. Various activities are offered to allow residents to stay more freely, but to stay in a safe environment.
According to the director of Alzheimer's Society of Quebec, this concept has proved elsewhere in the world.
"The delay in illness is the excitement, so they are very focused on doing every effort […] The French label explains that to keep busy people as busy as possible on that day and especially to promote their autonomy.
To ensure safety, room monitoring cameras were also installed.
In Quebec there are five other residences in the Heritage Group for the elderly. Humanitarian occupation is completely devoted to people with alzheimer's disease.
This facility will accommodate 340 residents. By April, 30 people will be settled in the first phase.
The cost varies from 4500 to 7200 dollars per month. "We're talking about 7 to 10 years for the disease, and if we talk about 50 to 60,000 per year, then we're talking about $ 400,000. This is not for everyone," Heritage Group, the founder president of François Odate Accept
For his part, the president and chief executive officer stresses that this goal is the goal of universalizing. "We can do that, in fact it is a team effort. We have to work together with what we are looking for," says Nathalie Pere.
According to a report by Guyaline Busier