The Home has a dedicated, trained and experienced team of more than 80 Care Staff comprising Nurse Manager, Staff Nurses, Enrolled Nurses, Nursing Aides and Health Care Assistants to provide quality nursing care. They are responsible for identifying, planning, developing, implementing and evaluating professional standards of holistic nursing care practice in the Home.
Infection Control is a key factor to reduce morbidity and mortality among the residents and staff. Education and strict compliance to infection control guidelines and practices through in-house regular audits are a regular feature under the direct supervision of the Director of Nursing.
Services provided by our Nurses:
Our team of physiotherapists, occupational therapists and speech therapists target to maintain and / or improve the quality of life of the elderly through restoration of strength, mobility, and independence in activities of daily living.
Enjoyable activities are also provided in a group context to reduce the effects of institutionalization and prevent the elderly from the effects of “learned helplessness”.
Services provided by Rehab team include:
Our Physiotherapists uses physical therapeutic means and exercises to ensure maximum recovery of our all residents to be independent as much as possible, whilst providing the very best level of care available to ensure quality of life. The treatment of the residents is usually prescribed to maintain and / or improve functional status of the elderly through restoration of strength, mobility, and independence in activities of daily living. Services provided by our Physiotherapists include:
Our Occupational therapists use purposeful activities and a variety of treatment methods to obtain a desired level of functioning in work, self-care, play and leisure of our residents whose everyday life has been affected by physical, cognitive, and/or mental health problems. Enjoyable activities are provided in a group context to reduce the effects of institutionalization and prevent the elderly from the effects of “learned helplessness”. Services provided by our Occupational Therapists include:
Medical Social Workers (MSW) are trained to provide a holistic approach to residents healthcare needs. They work closely with the Agency for Integrated Care (AIC) on the referrals from hospitals to the Home and also establish close liaison with other voluntary welfare organisations (VWO) to ensure high quality care for residents and their families.
They attend to the social, environmental, financial and emotional needs of patients and families across the continuum of care offered by the various programmes and services eg.
The Medical team comprises our Visiting Medical Officer, Visiting Consultant Geriatrician and Psycho-Geriatrician.
The services provided include:
We are dedicated and committed to providing care to the frail and sick, regardless of race or religion.
For subsidised admission, applicants must meet the following admission criteria:
Before making an application for subsidised admission to a nursing home, speak to a Medical Social Worker at any of the Public Healthcare Institutions to explore the various care options available. If the applicant is eligible for subsidies at a nursing home, the Medical Social Worker will assist to submit an admission application to Agency for Integrated Care (AIC) which is the central agency that processes all subsidised admission applications. Once the application is processed by AIC, it will be routed to nursing homes for consideration.
You can also visit the Singapore Silver Pages to find out more about the various types of eldercare services available.