KSHETRA : A UNIQUE HOME FOR THE ELDERLY
Kshetra is an Assisted Living Facility for senior citizens located in Hyderabad, designed to assist residents with their activities of daily living in a home-like environment.
Within Kshetra’s apartment-type setting, residents can avail multiple services including vegetarian meals , housekeeping and laundry services, medication management and transportation assistance. Support services also include
- Trained caregivers to provide assistance with bathing, dressing, toileting, consumption of food and medication; caregivers are also available for those suffering from Alzheimer’s/Dementia.
- Basic medical monitoring of blood pressure, temperature, sugar levels and nutrition intake by trained nurses; Monthly medical assessments by a Doctor; Therapies including Physiotherapy.
- Coordination with outside healthcare providers in cases where medical or diagnostic requirements of residents arises
- Coordination of resident care and wellness with family members living in other cities or countries
Kshetra is designed with senior-friendly interiors and offers private rooms
with attached bathrooms and balconies (single and double occupancy), aimed at
promoting independence and dignity of its residents, while ensuring their safety
and comfort. solution for those who can live independently but also require some daily assistance. It is different from a “Retirement Community” as it is not designed for fully-independent seniors looking for a physically active lifestyle with travel /recreation. An Assisted Living Facility is also unlike a conventional “Old Age Home”, as it offers spacious furnished rooms, elegant common halls and a multitude of personalized services to residents
Kshetra has a wing dedicated for Alzheimer's/ Dementia care
Kshetra offers short term respite care and long term care for seniors who suffer from Alzheimer's/ Dementia which not only affects their memory, behaviour and moods, but also limits their ability to perform activities of daily living. Services offered include trained attendants, nursing staff, therapists and on call physicians, neorologists, psychiatrists and social workers.