CARE Assessment - CARE Concierge | Homecare for the Elderly Malaysia | Caregiver to the home
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CARE Assessment

  • A CARE Pro to come in daily to provide CARE
  • A CARE Pro to live in and take care of the patient
  • Nursing Procedure
  • Physiotherapist
  • Medical Escort
  • Chaperone to visit friends or to attend a ceremony
  • Companionship
  • I am not sure but i would like to find out more
Patient's weight is important as we need to match with the physical strengths of the CARE Pro
  • I am the patient
  • I am the Daughter / Son
  • I am the Sister / Brother
  • I am the parent ( Mother / Father )
  • I am a distant relative
  • I am a friend
  • Others
  • Yes
  • No
  • Other
The PIC is the nominated person that will take an active role in the care of the patient and the person we will refer to make decisions. We may need to verify that you have the authority to make decisions on behalf of the patient.
  • Living alone
  • With a spouse
  • With family
  • With friends
  • With a domestic helper (maid)
  • Others
It is important for the CARE Team to know the people and community that is currently staying with the patient
  • This determines the patient's current location
  • At the hospital
  • At their home
  • Nursing home
  • At a relative's home
This determines the patient's current location
Choose the conditions that best describes the condition the patient is currently facing. You can select multiple conditions, the more detail you provide, the better it is for us to choose the right CARE Pro for you.
Besides the primary conditions, are there more conditions that we should be aware about ?
  • Can walk unassisted
  • Can walk but with assistance
  • On a wheelchair
  • Bedridden, is unable to get out of bed
  • Very weak, needs more exercise
  • Other
  • Active and Healthy
  • Weak and Fragile
  • Not enough exercise
  • Bathe in the bathroom unattended
  • Bathe in the bathroom but need assistance to shower
  • Needs bed bath / sponging
  • Patient can swallow
  • Nasogastric Tube Feeding (NGT)
  • PEG Tube Feeding
  • Trachea Tube Feeding
  • IV Drip Feeding
  • Other
Understanding the meal and dietary needs of the patient.
What are the patient's dietary requirements. You can select the types of meals that are suitable for the patient's palette. You can be specific and add more dietary requirement.
Example, is the patient on solids, liquid, etc. Can they eat meat, etc. Please be as descriptive as possible.
The status of the food preparation or cooking at home
  • Eg. Go to the bathroom
  • Go to the toilet without assistance
  • Go to the toilet with assistance
  • On diapers
  • Occasionally on diapers (eg. during the night only)
  • Colostomy
  • Catheter
  • Others
  • Yes very aware
  • Occasionally unaware
  • Occasionally recognizes the people around them
  • Recognizes close family but not anyone else
  • Is not aware at all of the surroundings, unresponsive
  • Others
Any important private information that we should be aware about.