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About this app

FamilyVi is a service distributed by DomusVi entirely dedicated to the elderly families residing in specialized institutions (EHPA, EHPAD) of the DomusVi group. Available on the Internet, tablet and smartphone, it aims to promote the link between our elders and family members.

With the FamilyVi application, you will be able through the information booth
- exchange messages, photos with your parent,
- follow the news of the residence, the agendas of animations, the menus of the restaurant ...
- Consult the documents published by the residence (Council of the social life, commission of animation, restoration ...

A personalized FamilyVi Magazine for every resident is printed regularly by DomusVi institutions for older people who are less comfortable with new technologies.
FamilyVi also offers a secure online store
The desire to please ...
Chocolates, a bouquet of flowers, hygiene and beauty accessories ...
Wellness products always available ...
Shampoos, creams ...

As well as a concierge who offers tailor-made services to enjoy life!
A lady companion, a subscription to her favorite magazine, an appointment at the hairdresser ...

With FamilyVi, do not let your parents go unnoticed and you'll stay informed about your parent's activities at DomusVi
Updated on
Apr 11, 2024

Data safety

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No data shared with third parties
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No data collected
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Data is encrypted in transit
You can request that data be deleted

What's new

- Réservation de créneaux repas
- Ajout d'un slider pour les pièces jointes
- Correction de bugs mineurs