The Impact of the Method

The Impact of the Method


  • Promotes the independence and autonomy of the person as much as possible.
  • Helps the person maintain or regain the gestures of daily life.
  • Develops the creation of solutions to circumvent evolving deficits.
  • Allows the person to maintain good self-esteem.
  • It provides strategies for those who wish to offer a more positive care treatment.


– Reduction or elimination of certain drugs, psychotropic drugs, sleeping pills.

– Reduction of costs related to the purchase of drugs for the establishment.

– Reduction in the staff absenteeism rate because of greater job satisfaction.

– Improvement of worker / resident / family relationships.

– Stable and higher retention rate thanks to the reputation of the method.

– Affected person exercises better control over his life, more autonomous.


– Maintaining the autonomy and independence of the person assisted.

– Enhancement of the role of the accompanying person.

– Decrease in intra-family tension situations.

– Maintenance of social and family relationships.

– Learn intervention strategies to improve communication between family caregivers and those being cared for.

– Make their lives, their visits more pleasant and harmonious, by adapting strategies and putting in place concrete tools to achieve them.