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Children’s Medical Step-Down Facility/ Hospice

We are a patient and family centred medical step-down facility for children and adolescents, who have been referred from hospitals and other facilities. We admit patients to our facility for further medical, palliative, rehabilitative and psychosocial care.

Our in-patient unit consists of 16 beds and is run by well-trained, experienced, and dedicated medical staff members and provide a multidisciplinary approach in all aspects of the patient and family care. Our team consists of a Doctor, Registered Nurses, Enrolled Nurses, Enrolled Nurse Assistants, Caregivers, Social Worker, and Counsellor.

Services Offered, in our Step-Down Facility.

24 Hour Nursing Care

Is the process of sitting with the patient and family in order to plan the expected outcomes of the patient care. Including the patient’s and families values, goals, and wishes through the process of shared decision making with our inter-disciplinary team.

Advanced Care Planning

Is the process of sitting with the patient and family in order to plan the expected outcomes of the patient care. Including the patient’s and families values, goals, and wishes through the process of shared decision making with our inter-disciplinary team.

Trachea, Feeding Tube & Wound Care

Providing comprehensive care for a child with a tracheostomy tube, feeding tube, and wound care involves specialised procedures and considerations to ensure the child’s comfort, safety, and recovery.

Nutritional Support

Maintaining good nutritional support for a child patient, involves a comprehensive approach that considers the child’s individual needs, medical condition, and dietary requirements.

Pain & Symptom Control

We take symptom and pain control in children very seriously and approach it with a combination of medical expertise, empathy, and specialised care.

Oxygen Therapy

Administering oxygen therapy to a child patient involves careful consideration of the child’s age, condition, and the method best suited to their needs.

Respite Care

Respite care is planned, or emergency temporary care provided to caregivers of a child.

Counselling and Social Services

We offer counselling to the young patients as well as the families. The Social department is also available if needed.

Palliative Care

The World Health Organisation (WHO) defines paediatric palliative care as the active total care of the child’s body, mind and spirit that also involves giving support to the family. Palliative care should begin when illness is diagnosed and continue regardless of whether a child receives treatment directed at the disease. Healthcare providers must evaluate and alleviate a child’s physical, psychological, and social distress. 

Isolation

Should a patient be at risk of transmitting or falling ill from an infectious illness, isolation is possible.

Training for parents and caregivers

Enabling them to take care of their children’s medical needs at home.

Home-Based-Care Services

After patients have been discharged from our Step-Down Facility to their homes, we transition them to our Home-Based Care programme. An interdisciplinary team will visit the patient and family at home, to ensure that they are coping.

Neonatal Care

Is provided for small infants who might need temperature control or respiratory support.

Home
Based
Care

We are a patient and family centred medical step-down facility for children and adolescents, who have been referred from hospitals and other facilities. We admit patients to our facility for further medical, palliative, rehabilitative and psychosocial care.

Our in-patient unit consists of 16 beds and is run by well-trained, experienced, and dedicated medical staff members and provide a multidisciplinary approach in all aspects of the patient and family care. Our team consists of a Doctor, Registered Nurses, Enrolled Nurses, Enrolled Nurse Assistants, Caregivers, Social Worker, and Counsellor.

Services Offered, in our Home-Based Care

Medication & Treatment Adherence

We help the patient/caregiver manage medication correctly, attend appointments, and follow lifestyle or behavioural recommendations to manage a health condition effectively. 

Palliative Care

The World Health Organisation (WHO) defines paediatric palliative care as the active total care of the child’s body, mind and spirit that also involves giving support to the family. Palliative care should begin when illness is diagnosed and continue regardless of whether a child receives treatment directed at the disease. Healthcare providers must evaluate and alleviate a child’s physical, psychological, and social distress.

Social support services

We offer counselling to the young patients as well as the families. The Social department is also available if needed.

Counselling and bereavement support

We offer counselling to the young patients as well as the families. The Social department is also available if needed.

Caregiver training

Enabling them to take care of their children’s medical needs at home.

General medical support for wound, oxygen, trachea and feeding tube care

Providing comprehensive care for a child with a tracheostomy tube, feeding tube, and wound care involves specialised procedures and considerations to ensure the child’s comfort, safety, and recovery.

Pain and Symptom Management

We take symptom and pain control in children very seriously and approach it with a combination of medical expertise, empathy, and specialised care.

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