About SCA Advisory

Identifying an out of home care facility for your senior loved one may be frustrating, and stressful, given you don’t have the luxury of time to identify a home that meets your requirements while you care for the day-to-day needs of your loved one. In fact, one of the key reasons people turn to SCA Advisory is because they do not have any reliable information to turn too.

About SCA Advisory

Identifying an out of home care facility for your senior loved one may be frustrating, and stressful, given you don’t have the luxury of time to identify a home that meets your requirements while you care for the day-to-day needs of your loved one. In fact, one of the key reasons people turn to SCA Advisory is because they do not have any reliable information to turn too.

SCA Saves You Time & Supports You to Secure the Right Care Home For Your Loved One

The SCA Advisory was formed, as both Gregg and Jeamie felt that Malaysians had nowhere to turn and no one to speak to when looking for a care facility for their loved one.

The SCA Advisory provides you with the information you need to make an informed educated decision on the most suitable type of out-of-home private care facility for your loved one. This facility may be an senior care home (commonly referred to as an old folks home), nursing home, day care centre, retirement village or a specialist care centre (i.e. dementia care).

How SCA Advisory Benefits You

Upon registration with the SCA Advisory, a dedicated advisor will match a senior care facility with your needs, provide all the costing and registration requirements and assist in scheduling a visit.

The service is FREE for all Malaysians. With an extensive network of care facilities and contacts across the country, SCA Advisory is paid by the senior care facilities that we partner with.

SCA Selection Process

The SCA Advisory is guided by a grading criteria to ensure impartiality. Recommendations are given based on your budget, with suitability of the level of care that your loved one deserve. The grading criteria encompasses the following:

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Facility’s certification

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Accessibility to doctor or a healthcare professional (if needed)

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The standard of care equipment and care facilities

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The resident’s care plan and emergency procedure

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Suitability of care centre to patient’s health condition

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Meals and food plans

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Speciality care available

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Caregivers and nurse to patient ratio

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Facility’s hygiene

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Mental and well being of patients

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