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Les olympiades de Mirepoix

La Cité « Saint-Joseph se classe seconde

Le mercredi 26 Septembre, les participants de la maison de retraite Cité Saint-Joseph de Plaisance participaient aux olympiades inter EHPAD qui avaient lieu à Mirepoix commune du haut Gers .Ils ont eu la joie et l’honneur de revenir avec une coupe qui récompensait leur seconde place.

Lors de cette rencontre on pouvait trouver des jeux d’adresse, des jeux d’équilibre, les résidents Plaisantins présents, les ont bien appréhendées et ont remporté cette deuxième place, qui les satisfaisait mais qui leur a donné l’envie de remporter la première l’an prochain lors de cette journée conviviale et remplie de joie. 

La ballade au marché

Tous les quinze jours, nos résidents ont la possibilité de ce rendre au marché pour effectuer quelques emplettes et renouer des liens sociaux avec la population de Plaisance et de ses environs. Cette balade ce termine par le verre de l’amitié en terrasse place de l’église.


En cette journée estivale plusieurs résidents ont été conviés à ce repas barbecue sous le soleil plaisantin.


Un agréable moment de détente pour nos résidents sous les chênes du lac de Plaisance.

28 personnes de la cité St Joseph et une dizaine d’invités de la maison de retraite « mille soleils » de Marciac ont participé au joie d’un repas en plein air.


Pas moins de 5000 personnes ont participé au 21 éme anniversaire du festival du jeu à Plaisance .

Une délégation de résidents de la cité St Joseph accompagnée de Violette et d’isabelle se sont pris aux jeux également.

Une rencontre intergénérationnelle très bien accueillie par les organisateurs.


Au lac d’Aignan

Un moment agréable sous la tonnelle de la guinguette au lac d’Aignan, avec un rayon de soleil gersois et un doigt de floc .

le choix du menu était libre et une certaine personne à découvert pour la première fois le cheese burger…

Spectacle des anniversaires du mois d’Avril


Spectacle des anniversaires du mois de Février

Spectacle des anniversaires du mois de Janvier

La dernière semaine de chaque mois à lieu un spectacle pour fêter les anniversaires du mois ,un rendez vous très apprécié de nos résidents ,nous avons reçu pour cette évènement le spectacle de ANNE DO pour le plus grand plaisir de tous.

Chansons des années 60 et 70 ,un spectacle de ventriloque avec la marionnette Sheila était au programme.


Tous les ans alors qu’approche Noël a la maison de retraite ,elle organise un repas qui permet aux familles et amis de partager un bon moment .

Parent proche ou éloigné qui savoure à l’évidence cet instant de rapprochement empreint de chaleur humaine.

Apres un bon repas et une coupe de champagne tous les participants ont pu chanter et même danser avec Michel l’accordéoniste .

Les familles partagent elles aussi ce moment avec joie comme cela c’est passé avec Hortense Fort et ses 104 ans entourée de ses neveux ses parents les plus proches .

Elle a toujours bon pied bon œil et sa légendaire gourmandise est toujours présente .

Bon Noël à Hortense et à tous les résidents.

Article le journal du Gers M Lavedan



Dégustation d’huitres au Ripa Alta à Plaisance.

Un moment très apprécié par nos résidants, autours d’une assiette d’huitres et d’un petit verre de vin blanc .

Atelier pâtisserie

Fabrication de brochette aux fruits



La recette des beignets d’Hélène

  • Pour 80 beignets
  • 500 gr de crème fraîche épaisse
  • 4 œufs
  • 150 gr de sucre semoule
  • 1 kg de farine
  • 1 sachet de levure chimique
  • 2 litres d’huile tournesol pour la friture
  • 1 orange et citron en zeste
  • un peu de rhum et de vanille

Fête des mères à la cité

Spectacle tour de chant et de ventriloquie


Création d’un « jardinous »

Pour célébrer le printemps et la fête des mères , fabrication d’un jardin à hauteur et plantation de plantes aromatique.


Sandra et Laura nos deux stagiaires en pleine cuisson des crêpes

Helene et Laura

Christiane et Dédé ont fait un pas de danse pendant la cuisson des crêpes

Barbecue d’été



Avec la Participation des résidents et de toute l’équipe pour partager un moment estival au sein de la maison, dans le cadre verdoyant de notre cité.

Petit moment de danse espagnole 

Les cuisiniers en plein travail

Mr Delor en plein service de l’apéritif

Petit pas de danse après le repas avec le directeur.


Belle animation que celle de ce barbecue d’été organisé jeudi à la maison de retraite Cité Saint-Joseph

Pendant que les résidents s’installaient à l’ombre des arbres ou des deux barnum saucisses et ventrèches étaient cuites de concert .

Résidents et personnel ont partagé ce moment de convivialité ce qui a fait qu’il y avait une centaine de personnes à table simultanément


Le dernier repas grillade de la saison estivale

 repas grillade entre amis.

Un instant de partage autour de la plancha très appréciés par les résidents

          Avec l’équipe d’animations Frédérique et Thierry


Avec un spectacle musical du théâtre du versant



Au miroir de ses chansons ,ses films et de ses galéjades!!

Avec PASCAL TURBET Comédien ,chanteur

Animer, c’est donner une âme à l’établissement, du mouvement et du sens à la vie.

Ainsi, animer touche à l’image de la structure d’accueil, à la dynamisation des résidents et à la responsabilité de tous les services.

L’animation comprend une notion de respect du désir et de l’histoire de chacun en intégrant une notion de partage, de communication, de rencontres individualisées et collectives. Elle donne du sens à la vie et permet un accompagnement. Elle accorde avant tout une reconnaissance de la personne, actrice de sa vie.

L’animation est régulièrement remise en cause. Elle évolue en fonction du public rencontré, de son autonomie ou non, des cultures et des modes de vie de celui-ci.

L’objectif central est la recherche d’une qualité de vie indispensable pour contribuer au bien-être des personnes âgées en créant ou en développant du lien : entre les résidents, avec l’extérieur, avec les familles.

Les activités découlent d’objectifs précis liés au projet de vie de notre établissement :

Connaître le nouveau résidant pour proposer des activités adaptées en tenant compte de ses habitudes, de ses goûts et faciliter l’émergence de désirs,

Maintenir les liens sociaux externes et internes pour éviter l’isolement et le repli sur soi,

Valoriser les personnes à travers leur vécu, leur savoir pour les inciter à participer, à se responsabiliser,

Renforcer le sentiment « d’être utile » et encore « capable de faire »,

Conserver l’envie de faire des projets,

Entretenir une activité physique et intellectuelle pour préserver l’autonomie,

Conserver ou acquérir des repères,

Favoriser l’expression, l’écoute,

Provoquer des moments de plaisir, de convivialité,

Garder sa personnalité, son identité, sa dignité.

Ainsi, notre projet d’animation consiste à proposer des activités de groupe généralistes ou adaptées.

La population de l’établissement change, la dépendance s’accroît, le stade de développement de certaines pathologies évolue. L’établissement accueille également des résidents dans le cadre de l’accueil temporaire.

Notre projet d’animation doit donc également évoluer et nous devons travailler en amont sur la constitution des groupes, la création d’ateliers spécifiques et adaptés,… Ainsi, l’animation doit être issue d’un travail en collaboration avec les animateurs, le médecin coordonnateur, la psychologue de l’établissement, la psychomotricienne et l’infirmière référente. Cette réflexion interdisciplinaire permettra de proposer des activités spécifiques pour des groupes plus restreints et plus homogènes en terme d’attentes.