Articles by Keyword:CIPA
CIPA (old age home) 26.10.2011
The Grande-Duchesse Joséphine-Charlotte home for elderly people in Junglinster offers permanent support and comprehensive care for people in the various stages of the aging process who are elderly
(Français) Témoignage de Josée Thill 25.10.2011
Integrated Centre for the Elderly – CIPA 28.09.2011
Contact the service at the following address. To find out more about this service, please see the pages dedicated to it.
(Français) Summerfest au CIPA à Junglinster 26.07.2011
Life in the Community 12.07.2011
Autonomy and Independence 12.07.2011
With the objective of preserving the freedom of residents and avoiding feelings of confinement, we give great importance to the garden and greenery surrounding the home. The landscape and signage are all part of a versatile atmosphere. The facilities have nature-based names such as “Park Avenue,” “Sycamore Avenue,” and “Rose Garden.”
Service provided 12.07.2011
The CIPA offers individual care for every customer as well as treatments carrierd out by nurses, nursing auxiliaries and other qualified staff. Our pensioners receive an individual treatment which takes into consideration their specific physical, psycholgical, social and cultural needs.
The CIPA has 100 rooms in total. The residents have the choice between rooms with panoramic windows or rooms with balconies. Couples can choose a suite with two bedrooms and two bathrooms.
Concept of the Retirement Home 12.07.2011
The retirement home “Centre Intégré pour Personnes Agées Grande-Duchesse Joséphine-Charlotte“ (CIPA) in Junglinster is a joint project of the Luxembourg Red Cross, the Ministry of Family Affairs, the communities of Junglinster, Bech, Betzdorf, Consdorf, Fischbach and Waldbillig, and the “Fondation Félix Chomé.“ The CIPA first opened its doors on 8th August 2008 and takes care of elderly people who suffer from an illness or are unable to live independenty.