The PROPAM Foundation is a non-profit organization (NGO) that works for improving people's welfare and quality of life.
Since 2007 our work has focused in educating and generating development opportunities in the population. We promote respect for the elderly when working with all age groups. Our mission is to promote educational processes that contribute to building the well-being and quality of life of people towards their aging process. Through education, social awareness, creative work and material and physical support, we guide people so that they can live or get to live their last stages of life empowered by their rights, feelings, thoughts, hobbies and aspirations.
PROPAM's National Caregivers School, caregivers specialized in the support of the elderly and dependant people
Certification for Supervising Caregivers
Training for elderly companions
Training of community care networks
Hogar PROPAM: residence for the elderly and people in need of care
Gerontological support for elderly groups
Social nursing services
Womens Workshop Program, animation of intergenerational groups for socialization and recreation, in rural and poor areas
Art Workshops for elderly groups
Awareness workshops aimed at public and private companies, schools, colleges, organizations and communities
About the PROPAM Home
The PROPAM Home opened its doors in 2015 offering a specialized person-centered gerontological care service. It is an exclusive location that offers its care services to 12 permanent residents and 5 people in our daily care service.
The best professional team for the best care
MSc. Maria Goni
Gerontologist and Specialist Nurse graduated from the University of Costa Rica, member of the Spanish Society of Geriatrics and Gerontology
Dr. Mary Arce
Medical specialist in palliative care graduated from the Catholic University of Costa Rica
Mr. Alex Pereira
Physiotherapist graduated from Santa Paula University, with more than 12 years of experience