Acquired in 2015, Notre-Dame-de-la-Paix church in Verdun has been revamped while retaining elements of its heritage and now has the primary vocation of being a private residence for seniors, specializing in neurocognitive disorders.
Maison l’étincelle was in the limelight in 2018 in an article by La Presse +, the first “Alzheimer’s house” inspired by Dutch trends. In this space, everything has been thought (or made up) in order to hide irritants or triggers or indicators (sources of hassle) and to stimulate above all the memory and motor skills of its occupants. They live daily in a small green area with a bistro area, general store, library, etc.
"...we are amazed at by the incredible agility of his management and staff."
- The Provencher family
Excerpt from the article LES ANGES GARDIENS DE LA RESIDENCE NOTRE-DAME-DE-LA-PAIX
in La Presse+ of March 28 2020
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