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This is a presentation on Senior Care Project that we intend executing Pan-India in many cities like Chennai, Bangalore, Hyderabad, Pune, Hosur, Baroda etc. …

This is a presentation on Senior Care Project that we intend executing Pan-India in many cities like Chennai, Bangalore, Hyderabad, Pune, Hosur, Baroda etc.

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  • TRACHEOSTOMY CARE FOR OLD AGED PEOPLE

    Tracheostomy means creating an artificial opening in the windpipe ( trachea ) by a surgical procedure. It is done to facilitate breathing in patients where normal breathing is not possible or in patients who have to be weaned off from the ventilator. Air goes in and out through this opening and whatever secretions the lungs produce can be removed from this opening.



    INDICATIONS

    There are many indications, few of them are

    Congenital conditions affecting wind pipe and larynx.

    2. Tumours affecting the wind pipe.

    3. Injury affecting respiration.

    4. Fractures affecting head and neck

    5. As a precaution in major head and neck surgeries.

    6. In certain patients requiring long term convalescence.



    CARE OF TRACHEOSTOMY



    Care of tracheostomy differs in patients who can do self care or in bed ridden patients who have to be helped with tracheostomy care.



    The basic principle is to keep the air moist as the natural organs that is the mouth and the nose which moisten the air before it enters the wind pipe are bypassed because of tracheostomy. Few tips to keep the air moist are

    1. Drinking lots of water if not contraindicated medically.

    2. Saline wash as advised by doctor.

    3. Humidifying the air in the room by humidifiers.

    4. Care of skin around the tracheostomy

    a. Special care of skin around the tracheostomy should be done in such a way that the water and soap does not enter the tracheostomy. It is best to clean it with sterile piece of gauze. Any secretion or mucus which gathers near the skin should be dislodged gently without disturbing the tracheostomy. Any redness or soreness on the skin should be noted and reported.

    b. If mucoid secretions tend to collect around the tracheostomy then plain gauze can be kept around the opening.

    5. Suction :- it is required time to time to bring out secretions from the lungs. In a patient who is able to take care of the tracheostomy himself it is easy for him to bring it out and the patient will know when to do suction if the chest feels heavy. In bed ridden patients the attendant has to be taught to do gentle suction as and when the secretions can be heard in the chest or when they are coming out.

    6. Few tips for doing suction

    a. Keep the machine off while inserting the suction tube.

    b. Don’t insert the catheter inside for more than 10 seconds specially in patients requiring oxygen.

    c. After insertion of the tube pull out tube a little before switching on the machine.

    d. Rinse the catheter with water or saline in between suctions.

    e. Keep the head up.

    f. Wipe out whatever secretions accumulate around the tracheostomy or in the mouth.

    These are few tips regarding tracheostomy care but ALWAYS CONSULT your Doctor or a senior nursing attendant before doing tracheostomy care by yourself.
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    Navachaithanya is one of the top old age homes in India that provides lodging as well as medical facilities to the old. It is located at Banaswadi. It admits both male and female elders for a short and long time. Facilities provided here include nursing care, television in room, indoor games, yoga classes and constant attention to immobile elders. www.navachaithanyaolagehome.com



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    Address : Near Thimmarayaswami Temple,
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  • 1. CARE BEYOND COMPARE & FREEDOM THROUGH INDEPENDENCE
    SERENE SENIOR CARE
    COVAI PROPERTY CENTRE (INDIA) PVT LTD COIMBATORE
  • 2. INTRODUCTION
    DEMOGRAPHY & CHANGING SOCIAL NORMS
    CONCEPT OF FAMILY & SENIOR CITIZENS
    RISE OF INDIAN MIDDLE CLASS & IMPLICATIONS TO SENIOR CITIZENS
    EFFECT OF LONGEVITY & DROP IN BIRTH RATE
    SENIOR CARE VS RETIREMENT HOMES
    IS SENIOR CARE NECESSARY FOR ALL SECTIONS OF SOCIETY?
  • 3. ISSUES OF CONCERN
    Effect On Middle Class Senior Citizens
    Reduction In Population Growth Rate
    Care In Various Stages Of Senior Citizen’s Lives
  • 4. WHO IS MIDDLE CLASS?
    The Broad Group Of People In Contemporary Society Who Fall Socio-economically Between The Working Class And Upper Class.
    Encompasses The Sub-classes Of Lower-middle, Middle-middle, And Upper-middle
    Includes Professionals, Highly Skilled Workers, And Management Experts.
    Associated With A Shared And Complex Set Of Cultural Values.
    Any Social Group In History Who Are Neither The Class Of Common Laboring People, Nor The Ruling Class.
  • 5. THE QUESTION:
    Are we Prepared for our life as Senior Citizens?
  • 6. THE VISION
    CARE BEYOND COMPARE & FREEDOM THROUGH INDEPENDENCE
  • 7. OUR MOTTO
    Give what the Senior Citizens Need & Not ask them to Take what we give!
    • Dignity & Respect
    • 8. Opportunities for Social Interaction
    • 9. Quality Infrastructure & Amenities
    • 10. Design to meet the Needs of Senior Citizens
    • 11. Quality Care & Supportive Services at various Stages
    • 12. Freedom & Independence
    • 13. Group Cohesion & Activity without Compulsion
    • 14. Live not an isolated life but part of the society
    • 15. Hospitality Route Vs Real Estate Route – Emphasis on Care, Services and Comfort
    • 16. Avenues to use talent of Senior Citizens
  • STAGES IN THE LIVES OF SENIOR CITIZENS
    INDEPENDENT LIVING STAGE
    ASSISTED LIVING STAGE
    CONTINUOUS CARE STAGE
  • 17. Independent Care Facility
    Assisted Living Facility
    Eating, Bathing, Toileting, Dressing
    Fill The Need For Total Independence & Dependence
    • ContinuousCare Facility
    Dementia Including Alzheimer
    Totally Bedridden
  • 18. CATER FOR ALL STAGES OF LIFE OF SENIOR CITIZENS
    Model to cater for each stage
    Independent Living Stage – Freehold Property
    Assisted Care Stage – Lease Hold
    Continuing Care Stage – Pay for Care and Service only
    THE CONCEPT
  • 19. BASIC INFRASTRUCTURE
    Internal Black topped Roads or Pavers
    Sewage Treatment & Recycling Plant
    Compound Wall
    Storm Water Drains, with Rain Water Harvesting Facilities
    Arrangement for Drinking Water including Reverse Osmosis for Bore well water
    Solar Street Lights
    Solar Water Heaters
    AND….
  • 20. FACILITIES
    Club House with Lounge, Dining Room, Reading Room, Card Room, TV Room, Indoor Games, Kitchen, Pantry etc
    Medical Centre with Ambulance
    Activity Centre
    Quarters for Servants
    Guest Rooms
    Manager’s & Assistant Manager (House Keeper) Den
  • 21. AMENITIES
    Green Belt & Landscaped Gardens with walk ways
    Sports Complex with Swimming Pool, Tennis, Indoor Badminton, Table Tennis, Crocket etc
    Amphitheatre
    Library
    Ayurvedic Massage Centre
    Geriatric Care Centre/ Nursing Home
    Assisted Care Centre
    Centre for Alzheimer & Dementia Care
    Doctors’ and Nurses’ Quarters
    Convenience Store
    24X7 Security
  • 22. SERVICES FOR YOUR CARE
    Catering Services
    House Keeping
    Gardeners
    Security Staff
    Garbage Clearing Arrangements & Vermi-composting
    Travel Services Including Pick And Drop, Tickets Etc
    Recreation Arrangements Including Social Evenings, Dance, Music Etc
    Religious Tours As Well As Organizing Holidays Through Travel Agents
    Picnics And Outings Including Movies And Restaurants
    AND…
  • 23. MORE SERVICES FOR YOUR CARE
    Entertainment By Organizing Events
    Medical Check Ups
    Lectures On Religion, Spiritualism And Common Subjects Of Interest
    Assisted Care For Those Who Need
    Preventive maintenance by electrician, plumber and carpenter as well as on call services from them
    Payment of taxes, telephone and electricity bills
    Guest House facilities for guests
  • 24. 24 hour care through in-living Manager and Assistant Manager
    Arrangements for celebrations like Birthdays, Wedding Anniversaries etc
    Emergency services including evacuation to hospitals
    Maintenance of Health Record and periodic medical check up in hospitals
    Doctor facilities
    Structured supply of medicines and home needs
    Arrangement for banking facility, including ATM
    Insurance Services for home and household goods
    Funeral services
    CONTINUED…
  • 25. DESIGN OPTIONS
    VILLAS OF TWO AND THREE BEDROOMS – 1500 to 1800 sq ft
    APARTMENTS – STUDIO, TWO AND THREE BEDROOMS - 700 to 1800 sq ft
    SPECIAL FEATURES IN DESIGN
  • 26. MISCELLANEOUS ISSUES
    AGE RESTRICTIONS
    LEGAL ISSUES
    INTERACTION WITH YOUNGER GENERATION
    - CONVENIENCE STORE
    - AMPHITHEATRE
    - MEDICAL CENTRE - OPD
  • 27. OUR CREATION!
  • 28. QUESTIONS & ANSWERS
  • 29. VANAKKAM