Our purpose-built centre has facilities which include quiet rooms, resting rooms, a prayer room, physiotherapy and multisensory rooms, cognitive stimulation rooms, meeting rooms and offices.
Our centre has color-themed zones and individually colored doors to help navigation and ease of use for persons receiving care at our centre.
A place for people receiving care to safely explore the five senses. The rooms can be used for calming or stimulating, depending on the needs of your loved one.
Our physiotherapy room is used by our qualified physiotherapist to help people receiving care who are affected by injury, illness or disability through movement and exercise, education and advice.
A place for people receiving care to relax and remain calm in a private space.
Fully equipped meeting rooms for caregivers, family members and the public to use for presentations, training and discussions.
A modern kitchen where persons receiving care can participate in cooking and baking activities, safely under the close supervision of our attentive carers.
Our Muslim clients are welcome to perform their routine praying in the centre at our specially designed prayer room.
We also have comfortable quieter areas where family members can have private discussions with our caregivers. We want all your loved ones and our visitors to feel safe and comfortable when stepping foot in our centre. Genting Dementia Care Centre was built using only the highest principles of care, and the results have been noteworthy.
During movement control orders due to the COVID-19 pandemic, restrictions apply for the safety of those at the centre. Currently, walk in visitors are not allowed. For more details please contact us. Our contact details can be found in the Contact Us section of this website.
Dining and Activity Area
Meals are prepared, taking into account the dietary requirements of persons receiving care at our centre.
Our spacious dining area can be flexibly converted into a makeshift space for activities.
We have an outdoor garden surrounded by lush greenery. There is a spacious lounge area, where we conduct group activities with persons receiving care at our centre.
Our activities are designed to fit the level of ability, needs and preferences of the persons receiving care at our centre.
All activities are tailored to make the day spent at our centre interesting to persons receiving care and to help them maintain everyday skills such as self care.
Our activities include:
• Individual and group exercises
• Cognitive Enhancement Activities such as art and craft, memory training, reminiscence therapy, mathematical games and block building
• Physical Activities such as Otago exercises, aerobics and other coordination exercises
• Functional Integrated Activities such as sewing, cooking, singing, grooming sessions and movies
• Sensory Stimulation Activities aimed at stimulating the five senses
• Training and support to family, caregivers and care providers*
We also organise social events throughout the year such as festive celebrations, family day and birthdays.
*If you are interested in these training sessions, please feel free to contact us. Our contact details can be found on our Contact Us page. For online training resources, please visit our page on Training.