For the affected people, the center is a place of sharing, capable of breaking their isolation, maintaining their social activity and maintaining and valorizing their capacities.For their entourage, the center is an occasion to rest for a day.
Cognitive and physical activities are adapted to the people and their capacities, respecting their pace. Small 12-people groups and 1:3 facilitator-participant ratio allow us to ensure a personalized approach.
The service is offered from Monday to Saturday in the permanent Saint-Michel center and one day a week in 3 satellites centers in Northern and Eastern Montreal (Petite-Patrie, Anjou and Rivière-des-Prairies). (to fill in). Communications can occur in French, English, Italian, Creole, Spanish and Portuguese, according to the days.
A 8:30am to 4:00pm day, including a warm lunch requires a 28$ fee. Two formulas are available: 1 or 2 days (or half a day) a week, on a regular schedule, or an occasional day (or half a day), on demand and without waiting list.
In addition to the day center, Le Temps d’une pause offers other forms of help to caregivers in order to prevent exhaustion and favorize home support.
For more information, you can contact Le Temps d’une pause by email (firstname.lastname@example.org), by phone at 514 722-3000 poste 3036, or on their website https://www.tempsdunepause.org/.
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