our services

1

Meals & Diet Counseling​

A balanced and nutritious meal is essential for maintaining good health in old age. A meal for old age should include foods that are rich in protein, fiber, calcium, vitamin D, and antioxidants. Some examples of such foods are lean meats, eggs, beans, nuts, whole grains, fruits, vegetables, dairy products, and fish. A meal for old age should also avoid foods that are high in salt, sugar, fat, and cholesterol, as they can increase the risk of chronic diseases such as diabetes, heart disease, and hypertension.

2

House Keeping & Maintenance

Housekeeping at an old age home is a rewarding and challenging job. It involves cleaning and maintaining the rooms and common areas of the residents, as well as ensuring their comfort and safety. Housekeepers must be respectful, compassionate and attentive to the needs and preferences of the elderly. They must also follow the hygiene and infection control protocols of the facility. Housekeeping at an old age home requires patience, dedication and a positive attitude.

3

Medical Assistance

Old age homes are residential facilities that provide care and support for elderly people who cannot live independently or with their families. Medical assistance is one of the most important services that old age homes offer, as it ensures the health and well-being of the residents. 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.

4

Social Activities

Social activities are important for the well-being of older adults living in old age homes. They can help them maintain their physical, mental and emotional health, as well as their social connections and sense of belonging.

5

Care Plans & Assessments

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.

6

Medication Management

Old age homes are residential facilities that provide care and support for elderly people who cannot live independently or with their families. Medical assistance is one of the most important services that old age homes offer, as it ensures the health and well-being of the residents. 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.

Our Disciplines

Community Center

  • Provide quality care and assistance to the senior living community
  • Respect their dignity, autonomy and preferences
  • Support their physical, mental and social well-being
  • Foster a positive and engaging environment
  • Collaborate with other professionals and family members
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Volunteer

  • Provide quality care and assistance to the senior living community
  • Respect their dignity, autonomy and preferences
  • Support their physical, mental and social well-being
  • Foster a positive and engaging environment
  • Collaborate with other professionals and family members