The elderly commonly experience six types of sensory impairments: vision impairment, encompassing conditions like macular degeneration and cataracts, which can lead to visual acuity loss and depth perception difficulties; hearing loss, known as presbycusis, resulting in challenges with understanding speech and distinguishing sounds; taste and smell disorders, affecting the enjoyment of food and the ability to detect odors; diminished tactile sensitivity, often due to conditions like peripheral neuropathy, increasing the risk of injury and falls; balance and vestibular disorders, impacting mobility and increasing fall risk; and proprioceptive impairments, affecting coordination and activities like walking and reaching. Recognising and addressing these impairments is crucial for enhancing the quality of life and well-being of elderly individuals.

We deeply value the significance of vegetarian dietary needs and the underlying reasons or beliefs that drive them. At our facilities, we take pride in offering delectable and purposeful vegetarian meal options across all our services. Additionally, we have a dedicated service exclusively tailored to meet the dietary preferences of vegetarians. Our skilled cooks, using locally sourced produce, meticulously prepare all meals on-site, ensuring freshness and quality in every bite.