Safal Suryavanshi, a kinesiology graduate from U of S, manages and looks after the day to day operations. Both the owners, being practicing physicians understand care better than many. The social responsibility that they undertake is the guide to the friendlier services that they extend. Their commitment is an obligation towards providing excellent care to the clients.
All four care homes are custom built to accommodate 15 residents each. The care homes are capable of handling all the daily needs of the residents. The 24/7 awake team members continuously look after the residents.
Caring for the residents is a combined team effort. Partnering with the families of the residents makes a significant positive impact on the process of caring. The team is comprised of the management, staff and, most importantly, the family of the resident.
One style does not fit all. To deal with the diversity of personalities and needs, there is no cookie-cutter model for delivering care. At Warm 'n' Cozy, every resident is an individual. The attention revolves around the resident who is serviced according to their individual needs. This process of weaving the care network makes all the difference.
Personal care needs are the priority, as are the meals and the snacks. Ongoing cleaning and tidying up is a necessary process, as is laundry. Skilled recreational coordinators carry out daily exercises, entertainment, physical and mental activities. A team of musicians bring the instruments for a show of music & dance. Bringing in communions is a common occurrence.
The staff is trained to dispense medicines through a bubble pack that the pharmacy supplies as prescribed by the physician.
Bathing has two options: a shower or a walk-in tub. The staff assists the residents in bathing. 'Booster Baths' is an additional service with no extra cost to the resident.