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The missing ‘home’ in a nursing home
 

The missing ‘home’ in a nursing home

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A home is a private space for the owner and a living area that allows guests to socialise, and a place where you can relax and be yourself. One would expect that a nursing home has similar connotations, where the elderly can relax and socialise with others.
 
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21 Dec 2016 - General
 
The idea of nursing homes is not so much popular in India as here the children mostly take the responsibility of the elders. Even if all the facilities are present in the nursing home, still many elderly people face the problem of loneliness and long for the love and compassion of their loved ones, family and friends. In Netherlands, there is a popular trend where the young people live in the nursing homes along with the elderly people to save the rental money as they get a place to live for fre...
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After reading this article, I wanted to ask whether nursing homes in Singapore are privately paid for the residents themselves or funded by the government? Also, are the nursing homes privately owned by a company or owned by the government? If it is privately owned then it would be much easier to refurbished and think about privacy for the residents, then costs of accommodation would increase though. If it was ran by government, maybe it's time to reconsider some options as Singaporeans are ...
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A home is a private space for the owner and a living area that allows guests to socialise, and a place where you can relax and be yourself. Another recommendation is to make the nursing home's nearness in the group more conspicuous. Support bunches like schools, affiliations and organizations to have their impact in a nursing home. A close-by bread shop can give their unsold things; a creature mates gathering can acquire a month to month creature treatment session and so forth. Facilitate, i...
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