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Assessment is a way to discover the health condition of your body so that preventive measures can be taken. A geriatric care assessment is different from medical evaluation; well-validated tools and survey instruments for evaluating activities of daily living, strength, balance, and cognition are an important part of the geriatric assessment. We provide a geriatric-driven instrument to assess the mental, physical, emotional, functional ability and other things that determine the improvement and sustainability of their quality of life.

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Geriatric assessment methodology

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Geriatric Assessment

The basic Activities of Daily Living (ADL) and Instrumental ADL (IADL) are key life tasks that seniors must manage to stay safe & independent. These physical and functional abilities can be assessed through various methodologies to determine the condition of a senior. 

Functional Ability Assessment


Objective: To determine the physical functional conditions and ability to carry out ADL and IADL

  • Subjective Questionnaires

  • Muscle Strength Test

  • Musculoskeletal assessment

  • Katz ADL Scale (if required)

  • Bathel Scale test

Cognitive Assessment


Objective: To determine brain and cognitive functionality

  • Senso Cognitive Test

  • Smart Balance Test

  • Fall Assessment

  • Mental Health history evaluation

  • Memory Test

  • Extroversion Introversion Test

  • Geriatric Mood Scale for Depression

Health Screening

Blood Test

Objective: To determine health conditions through laboratory and physical test

  • Body Analysis & Vital Signs

  • Blood & Urine Test

  • Nutritional Screening & Assessment

  • Musculoskeletal Assessment

Balance & Falls Assessment


Objective: To prevent falls and assess the balance/gait

  • Smart Balance Romberg Test

  • Muscle Strength Test

  • Musculoskeletal assessment

  • Tinetti Balance & Gait Evaluation

  • Get up & Go Test

Nutritional Assessment


Objective: To prevent malnutrition or anorexia amongst seniors

  • Nutritional screening by Nutritionist

  • Nutritional health checklist

  • Laboratory test

Other Assessment

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Objective: To identify other health conditions detrimental to the daily life of seniors

  • Strength Assessment

  • Musculoskeletal Assessment

  • Basic Blood test

Tests are conducted by certified physiotherapist, nutritionist or phlebotomist.

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