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Below are answers to our most frequently asked questions. For more details or information on a topic not covered, please do not hesitate to contact us.

The project counts 120 rooms over 6 floors.

  • ISO-SMAF profiles are a classification grouping residents according to the intensity and type of service required for the maintenance of autonomy. It is also relevant to mention that ISO-SMAF profiles provide an assessment using the same parameters for all living environments. In fact, there are 14 different profiles to qualitatively and quantitatively represent the residents’ needs and the 14 profiles are grouped into four categories:
      • Category 1 (ISO-SMAF profiles 1, 2 and 3): Predominant loss in instrumental activities of daily life;
      • Category 2 (ISO-SMAF profiles 4, 6 and 9): Predominant loss in mobility functions;
      • Category 3 (ISO-SMAF profiles 5, 7, 8 and 10): Predominant loss in cognitive functions;
      • Category 4 (ISO-SMAF profiles 11, 12, 13 and 14): Serious mixed alterations.

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At the Selena residence, the entourage, which includes relatives and caregivers plays an essential role in our relationship with the residents of our living environment. In order for us to provide a service tailored to their loved one, they are always included in the communication process. 

Yes, absolutely. Family members can come pick up the resident and take them out of the residence when they wish. We invite family members to privilege moments where the resident is most rested. For example, we suggest that you opt for a lunch rather than a supper.

Rates vary from one individual to another, as they are based on the Functional autonomy measurement system (ISO-SMAF). They are allocated according to the types of services provided and the time required to provide those services. We invite you to contact us for more information.

Groupe Patrimoine will be managing the residence. The group already manages residences for individuals with Alzheimer’s disease and loss of autonomy in the Quebec City region.

The EMD-Batimo Group is one of the leaders in the construction and real estate industry in Quebec. With its 25 years of experience, the company has a portfolio of residential complexes, including retirement homes, condominiums, and rental properties. The success of the group is no coincidence, but rather a result of the efforts of an entire team dedicated to making a difference in people’s lives.

EMD-Batimo currently has 12 projects, making up 2,500 units under construction and development.