Les Jardins de Chantenay, an assisted living facility.           (230) 433 7600            info@lesjardinsdechantenay.com

HOW WE MANAGE YOUR CARE

Les Jardins de Chantenay is run by an experienced house manager and a team of qualified nurses and carers.  We aim to recruit the best people and train them to provide a high quality of care.

Because each person’s needs are so different, all our residents have a Personal Care Plan that outlines details of their care and recognises their individual preferences and needs.  Our person-centered care approach means that you will be respected as an individual and treated with dignity.

The house manager will plan your care needs and make sure all the staff gets to know more about you as a person, by creating your ‘Map of Life.’  They’ll always be there for you – to listen to any concerns and to meet your changing needs.

We offer a wide range of personal care and support:

  • SIX FULLY EQUIPPED EN-SUITE FRAIL CARE ROOMS
  • AROUND THE CLOCK NURSING CARE
  • MEDICATION MANAGEMENT
  • TRANSPORT TO DOCTOR’S APPOINTMENTS
  • MANAGEMENT OF MEDICAL APPOINTMENTS
  • MONITORING OF BLOOD PRESSURE AND GLUCOSE LEVELS
  • INJECTIONS
  • BANDAGE REPLACEMENT

Respite Care

If you care for an elderly family member, the value of quality respite care can never be underestimated. Carers should never feel guilty about taking a break. Not only will it help avoid stressful situations, it does wonders for morale.

At Les Jardins de Chantenay we have the facility to accommodate those elderly people who need or want to give their normal carer a well-earned break. They too can enjoy a change of environment and a chance to make new friends.

CONVALESCENT CARE

Illness and surgery place tremendous strains on the body, so the quality of care received during the recovery process is extremely important. A well-managed recovery reduces the risk of complications and reduces the possibility of needing further treatment or a return to hospital.

Convalescent care focuses on recovery from a debilitating illness. Although no longer ‘ill’, after some illnesses the body needs time to recuperate through a combination of rest, appropriate exercise and a good diet. This is often best done away from home, supported by specialist staff who provide specialist medical and therapeutic support.

MEMORY CARE

Memory care is a specialized type of elder care tailored specifically for the needs of seniors with Alzheimer’s or other forms of dementia. At some point, a person with dementia/Alzheimer’s disease will need more care than you can provide at home. Your loved one may need to move into residential care, with options that provide different levels of memory care depending on the patient’s needs. Medical care, personal assistance and support services are available.