Supported Living comprises 120 residents from 4 homes, Daffodil, Daisy, Tulip and Bluestar, with 2 female and 2 male homes. Each home has their own unique identity, but together we share a common vision: to build an enabled and engaged community with meaningful relationships for our residents to live a fulfilled life.
Generally, our residents in the supported living has limited cognition level and physical ability which requires assistance from staff in their activities of daily living (ADL) and includes providing simpler structured activities and therapeutic communication to allow resident to express their needs.
Residents are empowered by staff using the PCC nursing approach by encouraging them to participate in ADLs to do the best of their abilities, maintaining their capability to partake ADLs while respecting their choices and encouraging residents to pursue freedom from restrictions. Through PCC nursing, we co-create and connect with the resident to unleash their remaining potentials.
Staffs are well equipped with trainings such as Person Centered Care on what is PCC, Sparks of Life on how to apply PCC and Conversational Dialect on capturing residents wisdom to build meaningful relationship.