Almage is an expert in Alzheimer care. It has been operating 100% specialized nursing homes in Alzheimer care for the past 35 years. It has been active in France, Belgium and Russia. It is now branching out into China, where we participated in the conception of several nursing home projects. We’ve also trained, on Alzheimer Disease, 100 directors of public nursing homes owned by the municipality of Shanghai.
We help companies develop nursing home projects in China, by providing a full range of services such as real estate conception, training, recruitement, organization and operational support, for elderly care, with a focus on Alzheimer Disease.
We are active with several companies that include real estate companies, insurance companies and private project bearers who wish to develop nursing home projects and don’t have the know-how and expertise to conceive, open and operate such properties.
Almage was founded by Dr. Alfred Saillon in 1986. It was one of the first companies in France to implement cognitive behavioral therapy and non-drug therapy to care for patients with Alzheimer's disease. After more than 35 years of development, Almage has become a leader in the field of Alzheimer's disease care in France, and has won various professional awards including the industry benchmarking award "Fondation Médéric Alzheimer" many times.
In addition to operating Alzheimer's disease care institutions and daycare centers in France, Almage also provides dementia care consulting services for general nursing homes, providing these institutions with organizational structure, care concepts, team training and transformation support and supervision. Almage can offer short or long term contracts for nursing home operators or project bearers, such as insurance companies or real estate developers, tailored to their needs.
Almage is also part of the French nursing home group Domidep. Domidep is one of the leaders in the elderly care industry in Europe. It owns and operates more than 120 elderly care institutions, distributed in France, Belgium and Germany, with a total of more than 8,500 beds.