Roxycare is tie-up with Livelihood Foundation which is a charitable organization, established on 1st August 2019, with a noble cause of providing shelter and support to old age citizens. The core concept is to provide selfless service to disadvantaged persons and bring difference in their life. It ensures a decent and respectable life for the disadvantaged senior citizens, which was seized from their near ones.
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Providing special care
We have tie-up with Livelihood Foundation which have multiple homes in Bangalore, two at Kothanur with total 50 bed capacity and another at Yelahanka with 90 bed capacity along with Special Care Unit to provide emergency and intensive care. Our patients are taken care of in a healthy environment with the availability of 24-hour nursing care. Care is taken to prevent patients from developing further illnesses and to keep them clean, well nourished, hydrated, exercised and to schedule various tests and visits from healthcare professionals as deemed appropriate. We have over 15 years of providing satisfactory services and we maintain a very high standard of efficiency.
Livelihood Foundation and old age home has furnished Non A/C, single, double and suite rooms with veg and non-veg food being served according to the diets recommended. Bangalore Care Takers has daily Doctor Visits and nurses on duty round the clock. It also has Doctors on call and ambulances to provide immediate medical aid in case of emergencies. Paramedical staff and essential emergency medical equipment’s are also available at Bangalore Care Takers. Every effort is made to provide the elders with a comfortable, safe and dignified life during the evening of their lives.
Livelihood Foundation and old age home managed by a group of service oriented medical and management professionals, who have come together with an aim at assisting senior citizens in need of dependence. In Livelihood Foundation, we have Doctors, Professional Nurses, Associate Nurses, Care Takers, Physical Therapists, Dietitians, Cook & Housekeepers to make sure quality with worth and mercifulness, continuity and safety while providing services.
Frequently Asked Questions
People have asked us several questions as they considered their options.
What types of services offered in your care home?
- Emergency care
- Access to health and medical services
- Assistance with eating, bathing, dressing, toileting and walking
- Housekeeping services
- 24-Hour security and staff availability
- Personal laundry services
What can you tell me about the staff at your care home?
Our nursing team is headed by a senior nursing superintendent, with 30 plus years of experience in a reputed hospital. We have staff in-charge nurses to oversee the bedside attendants, and a 1:1 ratio of bedside attendants to patients. This allows us to take care of the residents in a most personalized way. We also provide the services of physiotherapists. Our care givers perform the following services on a daily basis:
- Dispense and monitor medications.
- Monitor vital signs.
- Communicate with the family.
- Assist with personal grooming and hygiene, meals, mobility and other activities of daily life.
Can you describe a typical day in your care home?
Every inmate gets bed coffee very early, by 6:30 a.m. Personal hygiene routines are attended to. Breakfast comes after, at 8 a.m. After breakfast all the residents are given bath, either a regular bath or a sponge bath. By 9:30 a.m. physiotherapy session commences and the patients are taken outside to enjoy the sun. Then fruits and health drinks are served. After which they are taken back to their rooms. And later, by 1 p.m. lunch is served. After lunch, the inmates take an afternoon siesta. In the evening, after tea and snacks, the patients are again taken out. Some are assisted to walk around and enjoy the serenity of the place. By 6 p.m. the inmates are back in and are served soups. Dinner is at 7:30 p.m. Bedtime is 9 p.m.
What kind of meals do you serve?
The general menu includes:
Breakfast: Dosa, cornflakes, oats, bread with butter/jam, eggs, milk, etc.
10:30 am – high protein drink / milk / coffee / tea
Lunch: Rice, chapathi, sambar, rasam, curd, dhal, vegetable curries and fruit
Lunch for non-vegetarians include chicken or fish thrice a week.
4:00 pm – coffee / tea / milk
Dinner: Usually soup and light meals.
What services do your nurses provide in your facility?
Other than assisting with bathing, dressing, feeding, and mobility, the in-charge nurses are capable of doing wound dressings, catheterization, suctioning, Ryle’s tube insertion, PEG feedings, etc. They are also trained to administer oxygen and medicines, blood sugar checks, and aid in physiotherapy and monitor vital signs on a daily basis.
What about medicines?
All medicines are administered under supervision. We do not give any medicine without prescription. Patients are not allowed to keep or handle medicines alone; self-medication is strictly not allowed in our care home. The patient’s family is required to bring medicines for a period of one month upon admission; thereafter, we will procure the same based on followup instructions from the patient’s attending doctor; understandably, these medicines will be billed.
What is included in the monthly charge?
The monthly charge covers 24-hour nursing care, accommodation,food, and laundry.
Do you have visiting hours?
Our visiting hours are from
10:00 A.M. to 12:00 P.M. and 4:00 P.M. to 6:00 P.M.
Lunch – 12:30 P.M. to 1:00 P.M.
Rest time – 2:00 P.M. to 4:00 P.M.
However, exceptions may be made depending on the circumstances, though not at all times. All the visitors are required to sign the visitor’s register.