1 Gujarat s First 60 Bedded Swarg Rehabilitation & Residential Age Care Centre Swarg is a specialized care facility centre where bed ridden/elderly/retired individual can stay and be looked after under supervision of professional care team. We are providing the highest quality care services for elderly/bed ridden people Swarg Community Care We operate 24 hours a day 365 days a year Reach Us:
2 SWARG VISION To set the standard for residential care, ensuring optimal quality of life for all residents, with an emphasis on their holistic needs and valuing their individuality. SWARG MISSION To provide a high quality of Holistic Individual residential care in a cost effective manner ensuring our residents are cared for with dignity and most importantly, retain a purpose in life. Promote a high quality of care and accommodation and protect the health and well-being of residents; Help residents enjoy the same rights as all other people in India; Ensure that care is accessible and affordable for all residents; ABOUT SWARG COMMUNITY CARE (SCC) "Healthcare with human touch" is the central theme at SCC. In small words, SCC is a residence for rehabilitation & 24/7 Care with excellent in-house facilities. SCC is an independent organization which helps community, for fast and happy recovery of its guardian. We are located in Vadodara, Gujarat, India. Founded in 2012, today it is one of the healthiest and happiest places in Gujarat with multiple beds & rooms capacity. Care facility for bed ridden is a very unique care model which will help family members to provide a healthy option to keep their bed ridden family member. Here we intend to recover our care recipients from their fragile bed ridden condition towards an independency. "SCC" serves array of residents including domestic patients from Gujarat & neighbouring states, VIP s including people from rich business class and Government employees, many expatriates and international residents who lives in AUSTRALIA, UK, USA, and CANADA and nearby countries also come for the rehabilitation. SCC is having 24/7 professionally managed support staff which includes, Registered Nurses, Personal care assistants, Physiotherapists, Doctors on call, Psychotherapists, Administrators, Accountant, Yoga, Professional Chef, Massage Therapist, Supervisors & House keepers. SWARG DIVISIONS 1. Swarg Residential Care Division 2. Swarg Disability Care Division 3. Swarg Retirement Care Division 4. Swarg Rehabilitation Care Division WHO CAN TAKE BENEFIT OF SWARG COMMUNITY CARE? 1. Elderly Bed ridden parents 2. Frail elderly 3. Isolated elderly living alone
3 4. Psychological disorders 5. Semi/Permanently immobile person 6. Patient suffering from neurological disorder 7. Post-operative cases 8. Permanently disabled adult needing ongoing therapies & care We continually work to understand the needs of our residents and strive to provide the highest level of care possible. As given below daily routine schedule will providing highest quality care service for our residents. DAILY ROUTINE SCHEDULE TIME OUR SERVICES hours skilled nursing care/trained personal care attendants 2. Nutritious Food 3. Physiotherapy and Counselling 4. Doctor s visit 5. Accommodation 6. Entertainment and Recreational Activities OUR FACILITIES ACTIVITIES 06:00-08:00 Personal care 08:00-09:00 Nursing Care/Meditation 09:00-09:30 Morning Breakfast &Medicines Follow up 09:30-12:00 Physiotherapy Session/Group Activities 12:00-02:00 Lunch & Medicines follow up 02:00-04:00 Rest Time/TV 04:00-05:00 Tea & Snacks 05:00-06:00 Recreational Activities 06:00-06:30 Fruit 06:30-07:00 Prayer 07:00-09:00 Dinner & Medicines Follow up 09:00-10:00 Glass of Milk / Massage (if needed) 10:00-06:00 Rest/Sleep Our high level care residences have been designed to ensure comfort and quality nursing care in a pleasant home-like environment. Nurse Calling System: The facility has highly advanced including in nurse/attendant calling and monitoring systems. Accommodation: We offer a range of accommodation for every budget including General, Twin Rooms and Special Twin Rooms with En-suite Bathrooms and Special Rooms with air condition and attached En-suite bathrooms. Our shared accommodation has an En-suite bathrooms and high-quality privacy partitioning.
4 Facilities: like Prayer Room, Library, Rest Area, Guest House, Garden and specious & quite rooms with en-suites. Provisions for cordless telephones are available on each floor. Specialized furnishings and equipment items, such as those used to assist mobility, eg. Walking frames, wheelchairs, lifting devices. Friendly & Caring Staff 24/7: Specialised nursing and care staff are available at all times to attend to all your care and personal needs. Comprehensive activities program & activities are organised throughout the day for residents to participate in if they choose. Fresh Meal Prepared Daily: Following the Prime Diet philosophy, our professional hospitality team prepares well balanced, healthy and appetising meals. Special dietary needs are easily accommodated. Basic medical and pharmaceutical supplies and equipment and aids to assist with toileting and continence management Oxygen and oxygen equipment on a short term or episodic basis. On-site Hairdresser Laundry Care and House keeping Yoga / Spiritual activities / Festival celebration For further information or a free consultation with Care Specialist on permanent or temporary placements, please contact us on or visit SCC ADMISSION GUIDELINE: 5 easy steps to get an admission at Swarg Community Care 1. Enquiry on phone 2. Assessing your eligibility 3. Selecting a suitable bed 4. Apply for an admission 5. Placement to the bed SCC POLICY: 1. Price is inclusive of (a) Room Charge (b) Nursing Care (c) Food (d) therapies (e) Doctor s visit. Price does not include (a) Medication (b) Surgical tools e.g. Urine bag & Catheter, Ryle s tube, Tracheotomy, Diapers etc. (c) Lab test. 2. Refund of admission payment will not be made in case of cancellation of booking, delayed booking of staying lesser days them confirmation. 3. Provisional booking can be done on the telephone, but it would be confirmed only on receipt of the booking deposit of Rs. 10,000 and monthly payment for the room. 4. Extra charges will apply for special meal, dry fruits, juice, cereal and corn flakes etc. 5. Invoices are prepared on 1 st of every month. Therefore, all the dues are required to be settled within 5 days of notification period. If payment is not received within 5 days of the due date then 10% extra charge will apply per day rate. 6. Swarg Community Care is not allowing any homemade food. Fruits and juices are welcomed. It is for the sake of betterment of your loved one.
5 7. Visiting hours are 4:00pm to 6:00pm, kindly strictly following the timings laid down by administration. 8. Mode of payment (a) Cash (b) Cheque would be made on swarg community care (c) Online transfer. WHAT TO BRING DURING ADMISSION: 1. All residences are required to bring all their personal essential items such as tooth brush and paste, bath soap, napkin, towel, warm clothes in winter, a shawl or a bed sheet and track suit, slipper, all old and current medical and laboratory reports and current medicines. 2. Please do not bring your valuable items such as jewelleries, camera, laptop and mobile phone. Swarg Community Care is not responsible if any items will lost during stay at facility. It would be our pleasure to care for your guardian. Mr. Amit Limbachiya Founder Chairman Medicine, D.C.W, P.B.S.T, B.L.S.T, D.S.O, Australia Massage to Community: I have been reflecting on the elements of successful service delivery. It involves treating people with dignity and respect, being considerate of others, recognizing strengths, responding to their choices and needs for service support. I regularly receive positive feedback about these important attributes regarding our services and the relationships formed with residents, clients, their families and staff. One of the most important aspects of professional conduct is personal integrity having high standards of ethical behaviour and being open and honest. As I visit Swarg s site, I observe the dedication and commitment of staff as they deliver services. We need to continue to make improvements to the system of care recipients to respond to the needs of older people and their families and to support our dedicated, caring staff in their important good work. Swarg Community Care Organization SWARG Vraj Residency, 1 Sandhya Society, Opp. Panchratna Building Ellora Park, Subhanpura Road Vadodara Gujarat India Reach , Write Us: Visit Us:
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