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  • Quality of life is our priority.

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  • For 20 years, our small-option homes have served people with Alzheimer’s and other Dementias.

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Our mission statement

To provide a residential care alternative that enhances the quality of life for adults living with Alzheimer’s and related Dementias; To serve the residents and their families with kindness, respect, and professionalism.

ProTem Health Services Inc., a recognized innovator in healthful living for people with Alzheimer’s and other memory disorders (Dementia), is known for blending hospitable, stress-free living accommodations with effective therapy and care in its five Moncton homes.

We pioneered use of the psycho-social model of care when we opened the first and only small-option homes in Atlantic Canad...
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Home provided dignity for mother’s final days

To The Editor:
To recognizing exceptional care: After an excruciating six weeks in the hospital, because we could not find a suitable place for my mother, we discovered the ProTem Health services. Their facilities are based on a 10-bed ratio for three attendants.

My mother had given up on life, she was refusing to eat, was not walking except to go to the bathroom, was sad and lonely.

She had spend 10 days in the hallways of the hospital waiting for a room, getting her bed wheeled in a bathroom at night so she could sleep: it was unbearable.

When she entered ProTem the first thing she said was “It smells good in here, I’m hungry!”

The attendants were exceptional from the very first day that she arrived. It took her about one week to settle in, and she decided that it was her home. The whole team made he feel loved, cared for and treated her with dignity, all the while trying to let her do as much for herself as she could. My mother passed away on Nov. 9, surrounded by people who loved her, hugged her and made her feel special.

I wish only that the model of this facility could be emulated for all our seniors. It is humane, loving and, most important of all, patient orientated rather than task orientated. My mother received exceptional care within the atmosphere of a home rather that an institution.

Jeanne LeBlanc Mullin,
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