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Attendant Service

Our care givers take all routine activities with the residents like walking, grooming, laundry, reading to them, assistance with meals or simply sharing a talk. Each resident has a dedicated attendant who ensures their physical and mental wellness through various prescribed activities.

Nursing Care

Elderly care, post–surgical care and chronic care involves injections, IV infusions, vaccination, tube feeding, catheterization, wound dressing, and other nursing assistance. Our well-trained nursing staff is available round the clock to serve with patience and compassion.

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Welcome to the Golden Sky Foundation

Golden Sky Foundation is an idyllic home that has been created to ensure that the residents cherish “at home”
and a comfortable family environment along with Medicare.

Doctor Check Up

We conduct daily medical check-up of the inmates through qualified and experienced doctor.

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24 x 7 Nursing Care

We have trained and experienced nursing staff to give 24/7 nursing care to the inmates.

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24 x 7 Attendant Service

We extend attendant service to the inmates 24/7 in order to make their stay comfortable.

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Food and Beverages

We serve delicious and hygienic food and beverages to inmates as per their requirement and diet plan.

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We offer excellent accommodation facilities to inmates to make their stay comfortable.

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We offer daily laundry services to our inmates.

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Our trained and experienced team of physiotherapists offer daily physiotherapy services.

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Nasal Feeding

We have special arrangements for nasal feeding to ailing inmates.

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Suction, Oxygen

We have special arrangements for suction and oxygen to ailing inmates.

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Diapers, Catheter

Our trained nursing staff provides diapers and catheter service to certain ailing inmates.

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X-Rays, Blood Tests

We have proper set-up and pathological facilities for X-Rays & Blood tests of inmates.

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Medicines, Ambulance

We have Full-fledged medical store and ambulance available 24/7 for any emergency service.

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Post Operative Care

After any surgical procedure, wound care and pain management is the most crucial aftercare that one needs. For the post-operative care suggested, the gravity and complexity of the surgery along with the patient’s previous health history together become the determining factors. Every procedure has its own risk-benefits, potential side effects and complications and every procedure dictates its own recovery time. Every surgery involves a short term and long term effect and affect analysis. While in the hospital, it is relatively simpler and straightforward to be taken care of. Immediate availability of the medical staff, personal cleaners, medicines, equipment’s and other facilities make it easier for the patients and their kin to follow the aftercare advice. The real challenge awaits outside the walls of the hospital or nursing home when the patient does not require critical care and is discharged.


Dementia Care

Dementia is a general term for a decline in mental ability severe enough to interfere with daily life. Alzheimer's is the most common type of dementia. The abilities of persons with dementia decline in many ways. This affects them and everyone around them — family members, friends, colleagues, etc. As dementia progresses, memory loss goes on the rise and patients may lose cognizance of people, places and even the time line of their life they are into. They have difficulty finding the right words to express themselves too. They may withdraw or become frustrated, confused, agitated, or even abusive. One needs to understand that dementia is a medical condition that cannot be cured. It is a case of serious brain damage that is irreversible with medicines. More than medicines, the patient needs good care which may not be easy in the confines of normal domestic lives.


Coma Care

Coma is a state of unconsciousness with minimal brain activity with the patient being totally unresponsive and cannot be woken. Accidents, head injuries, stroke, trauma, brain infections, the reasons that lead to coma can be many but the outcome in the form of coma is a hard blow for the family of the patient. It is difficult to say that the patient is aware or unaware of his surroundings, people and the situation, but what is certain is the unresponsiveness and inability to communicate or move voluntarily. A coma can last just for few weeks, during which time the person may start to gradually wake up and gain consciousness, or progress into a different state of unconsciousness called a vegetative state or minimally conscious state.


Orthopedic Care

Living an active, social and vibrant lifestyle is everyone’s priority but orthopedic problems often come announced, when they are least expected. You make break a bone or two just by twisting your leg on the walk way in old age, or fracture a hand or elbow with a hard fall on the cricket or football field. Shoulder dislocations, sprains or ligament tears and fractures in arms, wrists, neck, spine, feet, ankles, hips, knees, legs all these conditions that bring permanent or temporary disability come under the umbrella of orthopaedic injuries and care. These are generally non-life threatening, but very painful and may hamper your activities of daily living temporarily or permanently.


Down Syndrome Care

A fertilized egg normally has 23 pairs of chromosomes. Down syndrome occurs as a result of the presence of an extra chromosome 21 at conception. Having this extra copy of chromosome 21 changes the body’s and brain’s normal development. Most children with Down Syndrome have mild or moderate mental retardation. Mental retardation is a disability that limits a person’s intellectual abilities as well as the behaviours that people use to function in their everyday lives. People with Down Syndrome may also have delayed language development and slow motor development, which is the ability to use their muscles. Although individuals with Down syndrome tend to experience some health problems throughout their lives, medical advances have increased their life expectancy and quality.


Paralysis Care

Paralysis is the medical condition where a person experiences loss of muscle function in the body, and as a result suffers from loss of any feeling in the affected part. It can either affect one side of the body or both. While paralysis can be caused due to various reasons, the most common reasons for the same are any form of injury to the spinal cord or head, stroke, trauma, Parkinson’s and multiple sclerosis. It is common for paralysis to result in several secondary health conditions. Particularly urinary incontinence and bowel incontinence are known to affect many people who are affected by paralysis. Pressure ulcers, bed sores may also occur, as a result of constant pressure placed on particular tissues in the body while lying in one position.

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