The Quality Assessment Unit is responsible to ensure that there is an adequate level of standard to meet the needs of those receiving care. This includes establishing standards, maintaining controls and documentation procedures; evaluating and ensuring all activities planned are systematically implemented within the quality system. It is also under the responsibility of the quality assessment unit to evaluate partner nursing homes/care centers to ensure services provided do fulfil the minimum required standards of care.
The Training Unit is responsible to coordinate and provide a series of talks/workshops for caregivers looking after a loved one who requires care and support due to age, a disability, an illness or special needs. The series of talks/workshop will provide caregivers with an opportunity to learn skills that will improve the safety and quality of life for both the caregiver and the care recipient which ranges from meeting the activities of daily living (ADLs) and instrumental activities of daily living (IADLs) of the care recipient.