DomusVi France inaugurates its new medical residence specializing in Alzheimer's care

DomusVi France inaugurates its new medical residence specializing in Alzheimer’s care

Located in the heart of the city of Saint-Brice-sous-Forêt (95) 12 km from Paris and on the edge of the Montmorency forest, the new Le Pavillon des Arts medical residence, specializing in Alzheimer’s care, has opened its doors on December 9. It was inaugurated today in the presence of:

  • Dominique Da Silva, MP for Val d’Oise,
  • Sébastien Meurant, Senator of Val d’Oise,
  • Manuela Melo, Departmental Councilor in charge of seniors,
  • Nicolas Leleux, Mayor of Saint-Brice-sous-Forêt,
  • Léa Camus, Head of the Autonomy Department, Val d’Oise Departmental Delegation of the Regional Health Agency,
  • Tonny Abreu, Director of Operations France-East-Ile de France,
  • Emmanuelle Metzger, Regional Director
  • Céline Vilocy, Residence Director

Able to accommodate up to 90 residents, this new DomusVi establishment represents a symbol of openness thanks to multiple and spacious living spaces, numerous lounges and restaurants, relaxation and well-being areas as well as dedicated exercises and treatments. support for Alzheimer’s disease and related disorders. To adapt to different needs, the residence also offers a 10-place day center as well as permanent stays and short stays.

This new project has been designed around residents and their families and relies on experienced staff made up of a multidisciplinary team of 66 people, including 28 caregivers. To guarantee a preserved quality of life in a safe environment, the different spaces have been built around an essential red thread, the well-being of residents: luxury bright rooms, private bathrooms to facilitate autonomy and take accounts for handicaps, living rooms close to the bedrooms to optimize conviviality, pleasant outdoor environments with trees, etc.

The property offers 2 Alzheimer’s living units suitable for people suffering from this disease or a related disorder. Non-drug therapies are developed through daily workshops, such as:

  • Tover Tafel technology: visual and interactive games to stimulate physical activity and social interactions and fight against apathy.
  • The Snoezelen space, dedicated to relaxation and stimulation of the senses.
  • The Nymphéa space equipped with a flotation bed with hydromassage allowing rehabilitation and relaxation.
  • A re-education & rehabilitation center

Eric Eygasier, Managing Director DomusVi Francesays: The philosophy of this new residence, around openness, embodies our desire to contribute to the well-being of the elderly by maintaining and developing an active social life. I would like to thank our partners and local elected officials as well as the administrative authorities and to congratulate all the staff and all the internal teams involved in the realization of this beautiful project”.

Céline Vilocy, Director of the Résidence Le Pavillon des Arts in Saint-Brice-sous-Forêt adds : “This new residence, designed around residents and in particular those suffering from Alzheimer’s disease or a related disorder, offers innovative initiatives such as rich and comprehensive paramedical support. Many technologies or initiatives have also been devised to stimulate physical or playful activity as well as their well-being thanks to warm and modern dedicated spaces”.


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