building something like a fountain, repairing a landmark, projects that encourage economic dynamism in the community or even a theatre piece, something that has already been proposed by the local theatre group. “The ideas could come from people, businesses, commercial or community organizations,” commented the director.
The City has already begun a project to restore all the Protestant cemeteries on its territory. “We are working on a way to open them to the public and we hope to have plaques up by 2014. We are becoming more aware of the importance of small traces when it comes to our heritage.”
“We want people to know and remember that Coaticook was colonized by English families and we are happy and proud of that fact. The whole Eastern Townships has a special charm, even in the landscape. That is part of our English heritage; they left us something very precious,” concluded Mr. Boudreau.
For more information contact Marc Boudreau at 819 238-5150 or at email@example.com. MONITORING SYSTEM. The system is more than just an emergency call bell; it is a safety solution that quickly informs the medical personnel of the exact location of those requiring emergency assistance throughout the building and exterior grounds of the Wales Home.
Founded in 1921, The Wales Home provides a continuum of care for up to 200 seniors who range from being completely independent to those requiring specialized long-term care (CHSLD). Its mission is to respect the dignity of all seniors by providing them with a clean, safe and homelike environment while promoting independence, friendship and comfort for its residents and provide a welcoming atmosphere for their friends and families.
Aeroscout’s impressive technology and their experience in the healthcare market made it a unanimous decision for the Wales Home when choosing a resident monitoring system. This user-friendly Wi-fi based solution has helped the Wales Home optimize patient safety and quality of care. Aeroscout offers the most comprehensive solution such as,