Supportive Care

(Frail Care)

Frail care is a term that is widely used, although in a modern continuum of care, we feel it to be somewhat outdated.

We certainly do provide all the ADL-assistance required by someone who might be considered frail, but we don’t see it as a category, nor as the beginning of an inevitable decline.

Our continuum of care approach means that you receive the assistance you need, within a supportive environment that presents the opportunity for an improved quality of life. Frail care is the prevention or delaying of functional decline in older persons who are in need of assistance with ‘activities of daily living’ (ADLs) due to their general health status (which can be of chronic nature or due to the natural aging process) in a place where they have access to care assistance and/or specialised nursing services 24/7.