For a seniors’ apartment in Montreal, Manoir Gouin is the place to be. All our apartments for retirees aged 65 and over have been designed for optimum comfort. Give yourself peace of mind by entrusting us with a loved one. We are certified by the Ministère de la Santé et des Services sociaux du Québec (MSSS) and a proud member of the Regroupement québécois des résidences pour aînés (RQRA).
Whatever the size of the apartment and the level of service, comfort is guaranteed with storage space, a layout that makes it easy to move around, an emergency call pull cord in every room, and much more!
We have a total of 113 units of various sizes:
Whether you opt for the Sérénité concept (all-inclusive) or the Préférence concept (with optional services), your solution will be tailored to your lifestyle. You’ll feel right at home in our seniors’ residence and be proud to welcome your loved ones! We cater for a variety of clienteles, from autonomous and semi-autonomous residents to short-stay and convalescent patients.
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The apartments in this concept range in size from 1 ½ to 3 ½ and include:
This solution is ideal for people for whom planning, meal preparation and the chore of housework, with all that these tasks represent, require more energy than they would like to devote to them.
Then there are the 3 ½ and 4 ½ size apartments with optional services:
Ideal for residents who take pleasure and pride in taking care of their daily tasks, such as planning and preparing meals, running errands, etc. It’s also a solution that preserves the resident’s autonomy and privacy.
Manoir Gouin is a member of the Regroupement québécois des résidences pour aînés (RQRA). The residence also complies with Quebec government standards. To check our certification, please visit our page on the Registre des résidences privées pour aînés.
Certification as a private residence implies that the home has met a number of strict government criteria. This is to ensure the integrity and safety of both employees and residents. The residence must meet all the health and social criteria, including the information available, the residence and the practices it employs. The following elements, prescribed by the Ministry of Health and Social Services, are just a few of many that the residence must respect:
The above information is taken from the Santé et Services sociaux du Québec website. For more information, click here.
Manoir Gouin went through a number of steps to obtain its certification. Here they are:
1. Obtain a temporary attestation from the Centre intégré universitaire de santé et des services sociaux (CIUSSS).
2. Once the residence has obtained certification, it is visited by the Conseil québécois d’agrément (CQA), which ensures that all criteria have been met. In this case, CIUSSS receives a report from the Board.
3. The CIUSSS then decides whether the residence qualifies for certification.
The residence must not forget to renew its certification after 3 years to keep its title. Once again, CIUSSS is in charge of this step.