Dining and Meals
Location of the boarding house: location, area, ecology
As we get older, the bustle, noise and polluted air of the city cause more and more discomfort and have a detrimental effect on the health of the elderly.
One of the main criteria for choosing a home for the elderly is the location in an environmentally clean area, away from industrial plants and major highways. In this case, the road for loved ones who decided to visit the pensioner, should not take more than an hour.
A good pension must have a fairly spacious surrounding area for walks, with landscaping, gazebos and other attributes of recreation in nature.
Living conditions: accommodation, food, leisure
The assessment of living conditions in a nursing home is based on many factors:
The quality of the living and office facilities,
availability of special equipment to serve the elderly and disabled,
assortment and mode of meals,
rules of residence and daily routines in the boarding house.
Our boarding house began to operate in 2014, our guests have not yet had any complaints about the quality and modern equipment of the premises. Sanitary requirements and maintaining the right microclimate in the premises are observed in accordance with the requirements of the Russian Ministries of Health and Social Development.
Correct, regular, varied and balanced nutrition for the elderly must be monitored by specialists - nutritionists and experienced cooks. A good nursing home provides options for special diets for the elderly with various diseases, from diabetes and cardiovascular to endocrine gastric diseases.
Six meals a day are guaranteed at our nursing home. Cooks buy natural products from the local market at adequate prices.
Come to us on a tour, get acquainted with living conditions, staff and residents, the daily schedule and eating habits ... It's better to see with your own eyes once.
Quality of staff: care, medical, domestic help
The conditions of staff selection in private nursing homes have already been discussed above. It is worth adding that assistance in everyday life and constant medical monitoring of the health of the elderly is an obligatory function of caregivers and nurses in private social care facilities.
If an elderly person's health is impaired by various illnesses, it is worth focusing on this separately and asking questions about the possibility of caring for such a sick person to the management of the nursing home.
The nursing and medical staff in our care home have knowledge and experience in caring for the bed-ridden, elderly with cognitive impairment, multiple sclerosis, Parkinson's and Alzheimer's diseases, various dementias...