Care and Price are the two most important facts for one to choose from. A good Care has an associated cost, primarily for the manpower, training, supervision, and administration.
Pricing for stay is dependent on three aspects:
Period of stay- Respite (less than a month), Short-term (one month to three months), Long-term (more than three months).
Level of care- Basic, Medium, and High.The level of care is decided by the Clinical Manager upon medical assessment.
Room category- Economy, Superior, Deluxe, Luxury, or Luxury suite. The category is selected by the resident or his/her representatives. The room is allocated based on availability and care requirements. The clinical manager can decide to change the room if he/she deems fit for better care.
Other charges are one-time registration charges, monthly room rent, refundable security deposit, and petty-cash for resident’s use.
NEMA stands on a few basic Principles
Never compromise on care for the elderly.
Do not accept charity. We believe that elders joining our family have worked hard in their life and their self-esteem shall not permit them to ask for charity.
Train the care staff to first say ‘Yes’ to every need of the elderly resident, even if that is beyond their scope. Thereafter, find a way to satisfy that need with the support of seniors, if required.
Our healthcare price is inclusive of meals, security, housekeeping & laundry, service utilities (except air-conditioning & heater), and in-house varied activities. Given these basic services, individual care price is dependent on the care required of the elderly. It is given only after a medical assessment by the healthcare team.