Salvation Army Peacehaven Nursing Home
With a capacity of 401 beds, Peacehaven Nursing Home provides compassionate, individualized, holistic care to all without discrimination. We offer a comprehensive gamut of services to care for the sick, frail and elderly who have physical or mental disabilities with minimal or no appropriate caregiver support at home.
The Home has 14 separate Resident Living Areas (RLAs), each designed as an individual home-like environment. Hope RLA is specially designed to meet the needs of relatively independent residents with dementia.
Located within the Home, ‘Grace Corner’, a collaboration with Changi General Hospital, provides focused and lower-intensity rehabilitation services for clients with long term disability conditions. We help clients regain maximum mobility so that they can return home and live independently.
Peacehaven Nursing Home has also been awarded the bizSAFE level 3 status which affirms our commitment to safety and health standards at the workplace.
Programmes & Services
Activities of Daily Living
Peacehaven provides grooming, showering, feeding and other services for daily living.
Peacehaven provides nursing care, comprising of medication management, wound-dressing, colostomy care, tracheostomy care and individual care planning.
Fully-trained and qualified physiotherapists and occupational therapists carry out daily maintenance exercises and recreational activities to encourage residents to maintain their physical and psycho-social well being.
Peacehaven offers its residents on-site access to services from a general practitioner, dietician, geriatrician, psycho-geriatrician, psychiatrist, endocrinologist, speech therapist and pharmacist. These services are generally provided at no additional cost to the resident.
A team of trained and qualified social workers conducts social care/financial assessment for residents and their families to render assistance when needed, provides advocacy and discharge planning, facilitates support groups and conducts counselling for residents to address their psycho-social emotional needs and communicate their wishes.
Nutritious meals are prepared based on our dietician’s recommendation, to cater to the needs of each resident.
The department conducts chapel services and provides individual counselling and spiritual care support.