Manoir Saint-Joachim

11020 99 Ave, Edmonton

In the spirit of the growth in the area around the Collège St. Jean and Paroisse St-Thomas d’Aquin, in 1982, the Manoir Saint-Thomas, the second senior’s residence for francophones in Edmonton, was established on Rue Marie-Anne-Gaboury next to the Maison Saint-Joseph. The Manoir Saint-Joachim, a senior’s residence with 150 suites, had opened the previous year next to Église Saint-Joachim.  Eventually the large Maison Saint-Joseph proved much too expensive for the Filles de Jésus to maintain and they decided to sell it. A community health centre which offers services in French and English, the Centre de Santé Saint-Thomas was built on the site through the auspices of the Société des Manoirs Saint-Joachim et Saint-Thomas in 2000 and now offers many types of health services including apartments for assisted living. 

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Sandy Crevolin - 28 Oct 2014

What is the occupancy or waiting time for a suite? Are the suites furnished and is there the option for the resident to provide furnishings? Are all meals availalbe with the option of only certain meals?

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Catherine Douglas - 10 Dec 2014

Could you please tell me if there are meals, housekeeping, laundry services here. Would there be one bedroom and two bedroom suites? Could home care come in to help with a senior who lived there?

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Era: City Modern
Themes: Homes, Religion
Cultural Groups: French
Area: Central

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