Specialized Neuropsychiatric Assessments
All patients suffering from medical illness and neuropsychiatric illnesses due to the effects of
illness or injury, it is important to assess the patients’ symptoms before moving forward with a diagnosis and proper treatment. Hence all the patients will be subjected to a new comprehensive medical and a neuropsychiatric evaluation.
Our residents can expect respectful and caring assistance as they go about the daily activities of their
own choice—not those of an Activity Director, or nursing home staff. The Elder Assistants, in addition
to providing personal care, will also do their laundry, cook all meals and clean. These residents can expect that their new home will be just that—their own
home, shared in community with other residents, who come together to socialize, air grievances, plan
activities, and share their knowledge and wisdom with each other and all who choose to visit them.
Our residents are welcome to have visitors at any time between 7.00am and 6.00pm, and to plan outings
whenever and wherever they choose. In return, we expect them to keep us informed of their health,
their concerns, their enthusiasms, and their whereabouts, so that we can best assist them.
Skilled Nursing Care
For residents or temporary residents with more demanding health or care situations, our Skilled
Nursing Care Facility offers a more closely supervised and assisted lifestyle on the same property.
Our two full-time and two part-time registered nurses with specialized trainee in elderly care are joined by the full-time
Elder Assistants, who perform for our skilled nursing residents many of the same services they do
for our Assisted Living Residents. All the care and treatment plans will be supervised by specialized
medical doctors and consultants.
Residents staying in our Skilled Nursing Care Facility will receive any necessary medications as prescribe by their own doctors or consultants
after entering the facility, administered by our nursing staff, and overseen
by our manager. They will be encouraged to take part in ‘Suwa Arana’ social life, including
physically non-demanding activities in the ‘Suwa Arana’ garden, to speed their recovery and improve
their sense of connection.