Today marks the anniversary of the birth of Mother Élisabeth Bruyère. Born on March 19, 1818.
We send a big thank you to all who helped organize this year’s mission week activities.
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The event kicked off St. Patrick’s Week and raised funds for Bruyère Continuing Care, Mealshare Ottawa and Tara Centre in Omagh, Ireland.
Our History Began with a Remarkable Woman Élisabeth Bruyère (1818 - 1876)
Our Bruyère Village offers the space for couples to grow old together. We cater to the needs of patients so that they can spend more time focused on what truly matters — their relationships.
This month, celebrate the benefits of Therapeutic Recreation at Bruyère.
Dr. Knoefel talks about The Bruyère Memory Program and the potential of “smart” sensors to identify changes in how people move and think as they get older, to learn patterns and intervene, if needed.
Dr. Thomas talks about how technology can be used to detect changes in memory and functioning for individuals with cognitive impairment and dementia and research being conducted at Bruyère
Who doesn't like to receive flowers? Thérèse Lorrain, a volunteer at Bruyère knows something about it.
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