Long Term Stay

Caring for your elderly loved ones 24 hours a day requires more than just time. Knowing and understanding their growing, and at times complex needs, can be challenging. Demands from work limit the amount of time you can be with them, caring for them, supporting them, and keeping them engaged. Practical challenges such as your living space and physical environment add to the stress of caregiving.

Our nursing care facilities provide all that is needed for long-stay residents. With more than a decade specialising in caring for the elderly, you can be assured that your loved ones will be well taken care of round the clock by our team of professionally trained staff, who regard each resident as family.

Respite Care

Occasionally, respite or short term stay-in care may be required. This could be due to the need for specialised assistance after an operation, or when the caregiver is temporarily unable to care for the elderly.

Short-stay residents benefit from the same level of professional care, programmes and activities offered to long-stay residents. When looking for a long term nursing care facility, a short-stay is a good way to familiarise the elderly with the care and services offered. This helps them decide if the place is suitable for them. Short-stays range from one to three months.

Day Care

Our elderly day care service provides an option for families who are unable to look after their loved ones during the day. Families may choose to place their loved ones in day care on a regular monthly basis, or as and when help is needed.

Together with social activities, our programme includes active rehabilitation for those who may have had strokes, fractures, spinal cord injuries, Parkinson’s disease or recent operations requiring follow-up rehabilitation.

For those with dementia, a structured programme is available to meet their specific needs in a positive social environment.

Caregiver Training

Caring for the elderly who are not independent is a big responsibility. With proper training, caregivers will be confident in providing the care needed for their loved one and better manage their emotional needs. Our training will equip your caregiver with knowledge and hands-on practice relevant to your loved one. Our training programme covers:

  • Basic skills in caregiving
  • Personal hygiene and grooming
  • Nutrition, feeding (including tube feeding) and medication management
  • Oral care
  • Urine catheter care
  • Wound care and pressure sore prevention
  • Diabetes management
  • Incontinence management
  • Stroke management
  • Mobility and transfer techniques
  • Safe home environment and fall prevention
  • Caregiver well-being

Would You Like To Know More?

We welcome you to send an email below for enquiries or to make an appointment with us.

Contact our CARES team at 000 000 or send us an email below.