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L'Artisan retirement home located in Saint-Eustache

Outdoor gardens, pet therapy, indoor courtyard, walking program, socializing games, 24-hour care staff, 7 days a week ... these are just some of the services offered at the retirement home L'Artisan. A recreation manager offers all-day and varied activities. You will enjoy living at L'Artisan! Discover in this article, this seniors’ residence located in Saint-Eustache.

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The Group Katasa private retirement homes for seniors

Katasa Groupe + Développement is a well-known company in the Outaouais region that has been active for more than 30 years. The group manages more than 7 seniors' residences in Quebec, many of which are still expanding. Its owner, Sam Chowieri, founded the company in the 1980s. His springboard was the opening of the Résidence de l'Île in 1987, one of the first residences in the Outaouais region.

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Continuum of Care complexe: Marronniers Lévis

Living at the Marronniers means having access to a variety of practical services in a serene and safe environment. Benefit from a hair salon, a pharmacy, a large dining room with table services, a library, a 24-hour nursing staff and more , all in an enchanting environment with views of the St. Lawrence River and the Château Frontenac.

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Interior of the retirement home Manoir du Bel Âge in Asbestos

The Manoir du Bel Age is above all, a retirement home where residents are welcomed in a safe and family environment. The owner, a Licensed Practical Nurse, opened her private residence in 2015 to dedicate quality time to seniors. This cherished dream came true based on four core values: respect, communication, family and safety.

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Humanitae: the new retirement home for seniors in cognitive loss

Humanitae offers a stimulating living environment for residents suffering from cognitive diseases, such as Alzheimer's disease, which adapts to everyone's needs. They have twelve living spaces (prosthetic units) divided into "households". In each household, it is possible to accommodate from 12 to 15 people. The residents all have a private room (with private bathroom) and access to common areas in the house, including a lounge with an atrium, a dining room with fireplace, and 36 thematic rooms.

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Biggest groups of residences in Quebec

Retirement home groups have taken an unprecedented scale in recent years in Quebec. These residences, which sometimes look like luxury hotels, are more and more popular with Quebecers, and with good reason! Many people want to live there to enjoy the benefits they offer.

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