• Care and supervision
  • Observation for changes in physical, mental, emotional and social functioning
  • Notification to resident's family, physician and other appropriate person/agency of resident's needs and behavioral changes
  • Lodging
  • Food services, to include 3 nutritious meals daily and snacks, special diets if prescribed by a doctor.
  • Assistance to gain access to supportive services, such as voting, senior assistance agencies, etc
  • Transportation 
  • Planned activity program including arrangement for utilization of available community resources like senior center
  • Assistance with personal activities of daily living: dressing, eating, toileting, bathing, grooming, mobility tasks and other personal care
  • Laundering of personal clothing
  • Clean bed and bath linens weekly, or as often as needed
  • Cleaning of resident's room
  • Comfortable and suitable bed and/or bedroom furniture
  • Assistance in meeting necessary medical and dental needs
  • Assistance with taking prescribed and over-the-counter medications in accordance with physician's instructions unless prohibited by law or regulations
  • Bedside care tray service for minor temporary illnesses or recovery from surgery

The services provided by the facility shall be conducted so as to continue and promote, to the extent possible, independence and self-direction for all residents accepted for care.  Residents shall be encouraged to participate as fully as their conditions permit in daily living activities both in the facility and the community.

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Assisted Living Facilities

Our  Care Program

At My Home Your Home Care for Elderly, we offer:

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​​1. Recuperation or rehabilitation - from simple exercises to assistance on walking to strengthen  the affected parts of the body as advised by the therapist and or physician.

2. Memory care - daily activities focus on current events, exercises, mentally stimulating activities such as trivia, reminiscense, games, memory training exercises like word search or crossword puzzles, and puzzles.

3. Fall prevention - making the facility a safe environment to reduce the incident of falls; trained morning and evening staff to handle residents prone to fall; fall prevention alarms are provided.

4. Incontinence care - consulting specialist gerontological nursing and recovery of bladder and bowel control to train residents, if necessary; routine monitoring and invitation to use the bathroom.