Relocation of frail nursinghome residents outrages families

    The relocation next month of nearly 70 long-term care residents from a Notre-Dame-de-Grâce nursing home has angered families who say their loved ones don’t deserve to live in limbo for up to 18 months.

    The residents — many of them in their 80s and 90s and suffering from limited mobility and varying degrees of dementia — will have to swap the privacy of their single rooms at the Henri-Bradet Centre on Chester Ave. for semi-private chambers at the Jewish General Hospital, one of the busiest acute-care hospitals in the city. Henri-Bradet, a publicly run institution, is undergoing major renovations.

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