Living in a nursing home
Life in a nursing home is designed to provide a roof and a variety of services for adults. The physical conditions and services provided in the nursing homes are first determined by the standards of the authorities: The Ministry of Welfare and the Ministry of Health (link to the Financial Acceptance tab), and they determine standards and regulations very clear on:
  • The house looks, lobby, room size, corridors, and so on.
  • 24-hour medical care.
  • 24-hour nursing care.
  • Paramedical services-Physiotherapy, occupational therapy, social service dietitian, etc.
  • Custom tasks.
  • 5 Meals a day (3 main and 2 intermediate).
  • Cleanliness and maintenance.
Very clear devices and every institution to comply with. So that in the end, the differences between the institutions are dependent on the owners-the nature of management, the level of investment and the emphasis on the small details, are standards above the standards set by the authorities? Entering a nursing home for an elderly person is a difficult moment and therefore it is important to understand what life is like in the institution of the occupants, the connection between the institution and the family, the role of the practitioner's team and all the officials working in the institution. Life in a nursing home constitutes a fertile framework for a tenant that enables daily routine and conduct in housing.   Entrance to the nursing home: Visits of relatives and members of the nursing home: Visits are part of the fundamental rights of the occupants in the nursing home. The presence of family and relatives is important for a tenant in a nursing home, socially, personally and mainly to prevent a feeling of abandonment and helplessness. In addition, nursing homes are aware of the benefits of visits. Most of the institutions (a large majority) can be reached at all hours of the day, when the only limitation is to avoid visits during the afternoon and evening, when the occupants are going to sleep (but there is flexibility in the subject and depends on the sleeping time of an occupant tenant). Visits to the nursing home enable the family to be impressed with the quality of the treatment, so that in the case of any concern, we recommend contacting a professional in the department or nursing home management.  In every frame – in every institution, the family is an integral part of the treatment of the elderly and must be alert to any change in the tenant's condition.  Everyday life in a nursing home A life procedure in a nursing home is supposed to bring peace and security to the occupants and provide them with a feeling of home.  The nursing Home offers a life procedure that combines nursing and medical care and social life. Throughout the day, the therapist staff takes care of the occupants ' needs: Wake up, bathing, drug care, meals, activities. The occupants are in public areas during the day – the occupants should not lie in the rooms during the day unless otherwise stated in the Order of a doctor or nurse.  The team will also encourage the tenant to take an active part in the activities of the institution. 
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