Totalcare Difference
TotalCare offer the comfort and sophistication of a hotel, with the care and attention of private, specialized nursing.

We offer a fully equipped high care frail care facility to care for the frail elderly.

  • Total care – We follow a preventative strategy to reduce the risks of diseases and infections.
  • Full care approach for peace-of-mind – We offer a day-to-day high care service, assisted living care, daily meals and refreshments, daily activities, laundry and cleaning, manicures and pedicures and medication administration.
  • Happy, safe and calm environment – Purposefully designed for the comfort of our residents. The physical, emotional and spiritual well-being of our residents are our top priority
  • Good health – TotalCare creates an environment that prevents diseases, as well as the effective management thereof.
  • Longevity – We facilitate longevity through our integrated and balanced approach to older person care.
  • Quality of life – Totalcare improves the quality of life for our residents by offering them as much independence and dignity as possible.
  • Specialist Care – TotalCare pride ourselves on their experience and expertise in older person care.
  • Empathy and solution driven older person care – The Totalcare support structure consist of a multi¬disciplinary team that understand the complexity, specific needs and challenges related to older person care. We know and understand what the elderly person and their loved ones need for complete peace of mind.

We offer dignity, security, comfort and care
Our Unique Approach


What are the keys to longevity? What do older persons need to have a good quality of life in their twilight years.

TotalCare applies the Blue Zones “Power of 9” Principles for Longevity in their care philosophy. The Blue Zones principles are based on world-wide research amongst countries or “zones” where people live longer, better lives. The Blue Zones principles highlights the fact that longevity, happiness and quality of life have more to do with your lifestyle and environment, than genes. The 9 evidence-based common denominators are:

  • Move Naturally - Live in environments that constantly encourage people into moving without thinking about it.
  • Purpose - People must have a reason to wake up in the morning, to have a sense of purpose.
  • Take time to relieve stress - Stress leads to chronic inflammation, associated with every major age-related disease. Create a stress relieving strategy and environment.
  • 80% Rule – Stop eating when your stomach is 80 percent full. The 20% gap between not being hungry and feeling full could be the difference between losing weight or gaining it.
  • Eat right – Put less meat and more plants on your plate. Beans are the cornerstone of most centenarian diets.
  • Wine @ 5 – Enjoy a glass of wine with friends every day. Drink alcohol moderately and regularly. Moderate drinkers outlive non-drinkers.
  • Belong to a spiritual community – Belong to some faith-based community. Research shows that attending faith-based services four times per month will add 4-14 years to life expectancy.
  • Make family a priority - Successful centenarians put their families first. This means keeping aging parents and grandparents nearby (It lowers disease and mortality rates of children in the home too.).
  • Connect socially – Surround yourself with people support and encourage healthy and positive behavior.

- See more at: https://www.bluezones.com/2016/11/power-9/#sthash.x7tEBfyJ.dpuf

We apply these principles in our approach to older person care. Our residents are healthier, happier and more content
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