Looking after your neighbor requires
above all human qualities.
Mon Veilleur & Moi allows direct contact between isolated people, the elderly
or whose autonomy is reduced, with people who want to take care of their well-being at home.
These “Watchmen”, motivated by multigenerational values of mutual aid, improve
the daily life of their “Hosts” by providing simple, paid or volunteer services.
Their connection is facilitated by a system of correspondence of the needs
of the "Hosts" with the availabilities of the "Watchmen".
They include all your needs but also all your desires!
For the Hosts as for the Watchmen
who I am and what my needs are, in my profile.
people who meet my expectations and I click on their picture to view their profile.
I get in touch
through instant messaging to get to know and agree on the provision of services.
spent moments, by going back to the profile of my supports.
One-stop platform for all your needs and desires.
Secure data, verified profiles and assessed services.
The possibility of consulting the different profiles yourself and interacting with any support without intermediary.
Affordable paid services, unrestricted volunteering.
We are a rheumatologist and a professor of ULIS schools, both of whom face the isolation of the elderly and disabled on a daily basis. We are also two girls and little girls who care about the well-being of older members of our family, and more generally of our society.
We are witnessing today a growing desire to help others, at any age. This is why we are convinced that a multigenerational mutual help system will allow elderly and dependent people to continue living at home longer, at an affordable cost.
Mon Veilleur & Moi appears to be the ideal solution to find the Watchman/Watchmen best suited to their needs.
Rheumatologist, Kristina Schreiber has always wanted to help the elderly on a medical level but also on a global level, hence the birth of the project Mon Mon Veilleur & Moi few years ago. This idea was born following personal experiences of helping elderly people during her externship, and was refined over time to finally become concrete.
Professor of Schools, Cecilia Schreiber's desire to promote the inclusion and development of people with special needs led her, in her profession, to teach in LUSI (Localized Units for School Inclusion), both in college and primary school. She participated in the adventure Mon Veilleur & Moi since its inception, and allowed this project to finally come to fruition.