It is within the framework of Blue Week that IMC has chosen to open its doors by inviting the public to discover the many services offered by this company selling and renting medical equipment based in Quartier d'Orléans.
Caribbean Medical Innovation, known as IMC, is a simplified joint stock company (SAS) owned by several partners including psychomotor therapist Ananda Arnell and Anthony Defrel who is its director and president, also trained as a service provider and equipment distributor (PSDM) . Although the company has been active since January of this year, the open house held this past Wednesday October 5th marked the official opening of IMC to highlight this structure which equips, enhances and stimulates the elderly by providing medical equipment to private individuals and professionals alike. From 9:17 a.m. to 16:XNUMX p.m., the public was able to discover the IMC premises on Coralita Street in Quartier d'Orléans and learn more about the different ways of developing housing for people with loss of autonomy to whom the structure offers adaptations at home as in the case of post-hospitalization or aging, with, for example, a liberty comfort armchair. The medical equipment offered by this company, which aims to enhance the retired person by showing him that old age and autonomy are not incompatible, was exhibited on site (wheelchairs, medical bed, personal care equipment, etc.) as well as only playful or sensory games to stimulate everyone's psychomotor skills, such as "Pairs", the game of pairs and memory whose XNUMX wooden cards are designed and manufactured in Saint-Martin, made by the visual artist and graphic designer Kaël Fazer also known as Perspixace. The IMC duo were particularly keen to take part in Blue Week to let all generations know that there are solutions to feeling safe at home, solutions that might not be considered by other healthcare professionals. health. The different look, the expertise and the complementarity of Ananda and Anthony are the strength of Innovation Médicale Caraïbes, which participates in palliating as best it can the lack of occupational therapists on the territory of Saint-Martin and above all, compensating for the difficulties of the elderly. _VX
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15 rue de Coralita in Quartier d'Orléans
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