|By PR Newswire||
|October 29, 2012 01:11 PM EDT||
CAMARILLO, Calif., Oct. 29, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- National publications locally and nationally, including USA Today and The Sacramento Bee, have been discussing the difficulty that people have been having taking care of their elderly relatives. The word most commonly used when describing the folks who are caring for their loved ones seems to be "unprepared." Sally and Kayhan Mojabi, registered nurses and owners of Sally's Residential Care Home in Camarillo, believe these people should consider nursing homes as a feasible option. There, elderly adults can receive the proper, timely attention that they not only want, but often need for their health. After all, what is a nursing home like Sally's Residential Care Home, if not a group of educated people dedicated to the cultivation of the life of a person who is elderly?
Compassionate, professional assisted living facilities like Sally's Residential Care Home are doing their best to dispel the notion that a care home is a shouldering of responsibility. For one, if it's difficult to care for an elderly relative, then that inadequate service can end up harming them. The article in The Sacramento Bee claimed that the number one reason for a review by Sacramento County's Elder Death Review Team is suspected neglect at home. This is just one reason why Sally's Residential Care Home's assisted living in Camarillo employs a knowledgeable and qualified staff. The Mojabis themselves are both California board certified registered nurses with over 30 years of experience in many nursing arenas. Their team is trained in first aid, medication managements, standard precautions, psychological care, and how to assist with the activities of daily living. Because of this, their residents are well taken care of, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
The Mojabis also want to encourage the involvement of their residents' loved ones into their activities. The cultural connotation of some care homes is that they are isolating, whereas Sally's Residential Care Home strives to be the opposite. The Mojabis and their staff are incredibly flexible when it comes to visitation and allowing family and friends to spend time with their residents. In fact, they recommend this social interaction as it elevates moods and mental health, which leads to better physical health.
At Sally's Residential Care Home, family and friends are welcome to participate in their activities. From arts and crafts to pet therapy to religious services, relatives are encouraged to attend. Furthermore, if a resident's family or friend has any ideas, then they are welcome to bring them to Sally's Residential Care Home. The assisted living facility has frequent movie viewings, so loved ones can suggest a particular film or reserve the watching space for their own. Family members and friends may also suggest ideas for birthday and holiday celebrations that cherish the uniqueness of the resident. They can also volunteer as a performer for a sketch show, musical performance, or any demonstration of their talent.
Learn more at www.sallyscarehome.com or call Sally's Residential Care Home at 805-701-1246.
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SOURCE Sally's Residential Care Home