Care Plans & Assessments

We care for you!

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Residential facilities for elderly people who cannot live independently or with their families are known as old age homes. These facilities offer a range of services, including medical assistance, which is one of the most important services provided. Medical assistance may include regular check-ups, medication management, emergency care, physiotherapy, nursing care, and palliative care. Old age homes often have qualified doctors, nurses, and paramedics on staff or on call to provide medical assistance to the residents as needed.
  • Book club: Residents can choose a book to read and discuss with others, either in person or online. This can stimulate their cognitive and social skills, as well as provide entertainment and enjoyment.
  • Gardening: Residents can plant and tend flowers, herbs, or vegetables in a communal garden or in pots. This can offer physical and mental benefits, such as improving mood, reducing stress, and enhancing motor function.
  • Music therapy: Residents can listen to or play music, either individually or in a group. Music can have positive effects on mood, memory, and communication, as well as reduce pain and anxiety.
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  • Art and craft: Residents can express their creativity and individuality through various art and craft projects, such as painting, knitting, pottery, or collage. Art and craft can also improve self-esteem, cognitive function, and fine motor skills. 
  • Bingo: Residents can play bingo with other residents or staff members, either in person or online. Bingo is a fun and easy game that can improve concentration, memory, and social interaction.
  • Yoga: Residents can practice yoga, either alone or with an instructor. Yoga is a gentle and relaxing exercise that can improve balance, flexibility, strength, and mental health.