Group stays for caregivers
Les répits de groupe entre proches aidants permettent un temps de repos et de partage entre pairs durant 48 heures.
Sharing your caregiving experience with the community
- Two nights' accommodation in the former Augustinian cloister, fully restored for your comfort
- Healthy meals, including silent breakfasts
- Activities hosted by professional facilitators, including workshops to develop tools for continuing in your role as caregiver
- Moments for inner reflections and time for sharing through circle discussions
- Access to movement and wellness activities, such as meditative walking or gentle yoga
- 15% discount on massages and treatments
- Visit to the museum
- Access to common areas such as the courtyard, garden and Augustinian choir
- These group respites bring together caregivers living a similar reality. They can be for caregivers of seniors, adults or children.
- You must reside in the province of Québec, be autonomous, provide at least 10 hours a week of support to the person being cared for, and be recognized as a caregiver by a health professional or psychosocial worker.
- Your request will require Le Monastère to open a file for you (if it has not already been done) before you can make a reservation. You will then be able to make an online pre-registration request according to the dates available below. Upon receipt of this pre-registration request, our team will contact you to confirm whether you are eligible for the stay.
- Please refer to the Support Resource Directory to find out if there are resources near your home that can take care of your loved one during your stay at Le Monastère.
- Maximum of 4 nights per year per caregiver for individual or group stays. Other conditions may apply.
$100.00 per night
for single occupancy *
* Subject to room availability.
“The group respite program has helped me to experience peace of mind and greater kindness towards myself. The calm and serenity of the place had a lot to do with it, but the exceptional quality of our caregivers gave me the feeling that I could continue to be alongside my spouse while maintaining a more calming balance in my caregiving.”