Visiting a care facility helps the family to familiarise themselves with the residents and staff. At kadji, you have multiple options of different locations and room facilities. By touring our facilities you will be able to make a more informed decision on what would be your best option for you or your loved one. Feel free to ask for “visitor coordinator” once you arrive at KADJI. They will help you with the facility tour and services that are available.
The family will need to select a care package from the options of short term care and long term care depending upon the services required for their family member. There are three options to choose from ranging from minimum care to extensive care. These packages do vary based on which branch/center you choose for your family member. The cost of services will depend on the services that you are looking for and which Kadji building you pick.
The primary guardian (a responsible family member/decision maker/blood relative of the resident) will have to undergo a mutual service agreement which will help the family understand of what to expect from KADJI along with terms & amp; conditions for residential care. Documents will need to be submitted. The documents needed at the time of admission are: 1. Two photographs of the resident to be admitted 2. Photo ID and address proof of the resident 3. Photo ID and address proof of primary guardian 4. Laboratory investigations of the resident, along with any medical records. These documents will need to be submitted to the main office. Payments can be made in Cheque, through bank transfer or in cash at the office. The family will be given or sent an invoice and a receipt of payment each time a payment is made.
Moving a resident from their home to any institution is always a sensitive and stressful situation. One must make sure that the elderly person has been explained to why and there they are being taken. This needs to be done with a lot of care and love to make this a successful transition. Kadji can assist the family in the counseling process if required. The institute also has third-party ambulance services that can be hired by the family prior to the date of the move. Staff at Kadji can work with the family on what items can be brought along with the resident.
There is an assessment process once the resident is admitted. Various aspects of a resident ranging from their previous medical history, social background, physical functioning, mental status to their likes and dislikes are assessed and documented in a system. This assessment is reviewed periodically in the presence of a family member by a qualified medical practitioner.