Foyer St-Paul de Bury

592, rue Main, Bury (Québec) J0B 1J0

À propos de cette résidence

The Foyer St-Paul de Bury is a small private residence that can accommodate up to 14 autonomous and semi-autonomous seniors. The Foyer St-Paul is located in an old Victorian house in the village of Bury, 30 minutes from Sherbrooke. The home, certified by the provincial government, is a non-profit organization that celebrates its 50th anniversary this year. Managed by a (voluntary) board of directors who ensures that prices are kept as low as possible, it offers comfort and well-being to residents in a family and friendly atmosphere thanks to a team of professionals who oversees the operation 24 hours a day. from home and everyone’s safety. Meals are prepared on site to best meet everyone’s needs and desires. Located in the heart of the village of Bury, the home is an active center of community life that invites the participation of all those who wish. The home provides a peaceful and safe place to live for the elderly, but also a place of convalescence and recovery, for example after surgery or a serious illness, or a place of accommodation to relieve families. The staff is English or bilingual. Consequently, English-speaking people will feel perfectly at ease, and French-speaking people will taste with equal pleasure the Victorian (modern!) Charm of the home and its community. However, the home cannot receive people with behavioral problems or who are at risk of running away. The home provides a peaceful and safe place to live for the elderly, but also a place of convalescence and recovery, for example after surgery or a serious illness, or a place of accommodation to relieve families. The staff is English or bilingual. Consequently, English-speaking people will feel perfectly at ease, and French-speaking people will taste with equal pleasure the Victorian (modern!) Charm of the home and its community. However, the home cannot receive people with behavioral problems or who are at risk of running away. The home provides a peaceful and safe place to live for the elderly, but also a place of convalescence and recovery, for example after surgery or a serious illness, or a place of accommodation to relieve families. The staff is English or bilingual. Consequently, English-speaking people will feel perfectly at ease, and French-speaking people will taste with equal pleasure the Victorian (modern!) Charm of the home and its community. However, the home cannot receive people with behavioral problems or who are at risk of running away. The staff is English or bilingual. Consequently, English-speaking people will feel perfectly at ease, and French-speaking people will taste with equal pleasure the Victorian (modern!) Charm of the home and its community. However, the home cannot receive people with behavioral problems or who are at risk of running away. The staff is English or bilingual. Consequently, English-speaking people will feel perfectly at ease, and French-speaking people will taste with equal pleasure the Victorian (modern!) Charm of the home and its community. However, the home cannot receive people with behavioral problems or who are at risk of running away.Le Foyer St-Paul de Bury est une petite résidence privée pouvant accueillir jusqu’à 14 personnes âgées autonomes et semi-autonomes. Le Foyer St-Paul est installé dans une ancienne maison victorienne du village de Bury, à 30 minutes de Sherbrooke. Le foyer, certifié par le gouvernement provincial, est un organisme à but non lucratif qui fête cette année ses 50 années d’existence. Géré par un conseil d’administration (bénévole) qui veille à maintenir les tarifs les plus bas possible, il offre confort et bien-être aux résidents dans une atmosphère familiale et conviviale grâce à une équipe de professionnels qui veille 24 h/24 au fonctionnement de la maison et à la sécurité de tous. Les repas sont préparés sur place pour répondre au mieux aux besoins et aux désirs de chacun. Situé au cœur du village de Bury, le foyer est un centre actif de la vie communautaire qui invite la participation de tous ceux qui le souhaitent. Le foyer offre un lieu de vie paisible et sécuritaire pour les personnes âgées, mais aussi un lieu de convalescence et de récupération, par exemple après une intervention chirurgicale ou une maladie grave, ou un lieu d’hébergement pour soulager les familles. Le personnel est anglophone ou bilingue. Par conséquent, les personnes anglophones se sentiront parfaitement à l’aise, et les personnes parlant français goûteront avec un égal plaisir le charme victorien (moderne!) du foyer et de sa communauté. Toutefois, le foyer ne peut recevoir de personnes présentant des troubles du comportement ou étant à risque de fugues.

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  • Catégorie: Autonomes, Semi autonomes, Convalescence et Court séjour
  • Grandeur des unités: Chambre Privée
  • Nombre d'unités: 10
  • Type: OSBL

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