What is Assisted-Living?
Assisted living is best for post-surgery, post-stroke and elderly who need some help with bathing, dressing, toileting, grooming, and eating, but do not require 24-hour-a-day health care by doctors.
Who is right for Assisted Living?
Seniors who are frail but not sick and who need some help with daily activities such as housecleaning, meals, dressing, and medication reminders and monitoring, are appropriate for Assisted Living.
Assisted-Living also Cater for adults who just when through post-surgery or post-stroke and in needs of assistance (i.e. feeding, bathing, toileting, dressing and medications management)
What services are offered in Assisted Living centre?
There are many services available and residents get to choose which services they need and want (and pay for). Assisted Living provides meals, personal care assistance (help with showering, dressing and personal hygiene), medication reminders, weekly laundering of towels, social activities, transportation, wellness programs including daily exercise classes, and more!
How big are the rooms?
The size and layout varies from one room to one room. For example, some rooms may be private and others shared. Rooms may have their own bathroom, or they may be shared with others.
What happens if Resident has an emergency?
Staff and trained personal are available 24 hours a day to handle emergency situations. Our centre have arrangements with local hospitals (i.e. KPJ Sabah Specialist Hospital, Queen Elizabeth Hospitals) and health care professionals for assistance with emergencies.
Are there social activities?
Yes. The centre have a full calendar of activities and social events for residents, including art classes, baking classes, music classes, gardening, movie night and guest speakers.
Can visitors visit resident and stay overnight?
Visitors (Max is 3 person at 1 time) are welcome to visit from 8.30am until 9.00pm and only 1 person is allowed to stay overnight.