Services Presentation

Services Presentation


Cognitive function loss is a sad condition which is common in the old age people. The symptoms of the disease increases gradually demanding the more care to the suffering peoples. In the start patients just only need a little help but at last full time nursing care is required. In the end, some people may need full time home like care to live the remaining life a bit comfortably.

Cognitive Function

Thinking, reasoning, remembering abilityGradually weakness in the functionNatural process of agingLeads to downward spiral Alzheimer’s Disease and DementiaAround the clock care

Manor Care Facility

Program for Patients suffering from Alzheimer’s DiseasePhysiological, social and mental needsStructured activitiesMaintaining sense of normal routine lifeEngagement Therapy Treatment (ETT)Combining Life experiences of past with present interests

Living Facilities assisted properly

In Early stages of cognitive function lossHelping patients in daily life activitiesMaintaining the sense of independence Simple layouts of the facilities providedKitchen, bathroom, bedroom, living room, dining room, laundry facility Improvements and Modifications in the facilities

Professional Nursing Facilities

In later stages of the diseaseUnable to perform routine tasksRound the Clock skilled nursing careFull time assistancePreventing injurious activities

Home like Care

In the final stages of diseasePalliative careCounseling For patient and family/loved ones

Recommendations for Serving Facilities

Professional trainingSkilled and specialized staff membersChanges and improvement improving safety, comfort and sense of independence Regular Evaluation of Disease and facilitiesSee the progress of disease


Anyone can suffer from the disease of memory loss. Luckily, Different facilities such as Manor Care offer special programs and facilities to help and support to the patients and their families suffering from this disease.


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