Special Care Nursing Home Crear Rakuseien

Unit-based special care nursing home with all private rooms to support individual lifestyles

Those who need support in their daily lives (in principle, those designated as Long-term Care Level 3 to 5) live in small groups. By interacting with other occupants and their families, users can enjoy a “homey atmosphere”.

What kind of work do the staff members do?

The special care nursing home is staffed by a physician, a care worker (care staff), a nurse, a lifestyle consultant, and a nutritionist.

Physician Providing appropriate guidance for managing the health of occupants and maintaining their health as necessary.
Care worker Carry out a wide range of tasks, from personal care such as bathing, meals and excretion assistance, to mental support for occupants, and various events such as recreation.
Life consultant Coordinate communication with families, assistance with occupant consultations, fee collections, and health insurance procedures, event planning and implementation, and coordination with hospitals.
Nurse Mainly manages the health of occupants and medical care.
Nutritionist Mainly provides nutrition management for occupants.

Available facilities

Unit-based special care nursing home (40 beds)

In general, people designated as Long-term Care Level 3 to 5 live in a small group (units) of four units, each consisting of ten people.
All rooms are private rooms to provide privacy while having a common living room in each unit for interaction with other occupants and family members.

About the staff that support users

In the special care nursing home, a physician, a care worker (care staff), a nurse, a lifestyle consultant, and a nutritionist work.

  • Physician

    Provides examinations as the primary care physician for occupants.

  • Care worker

    Carry out a wide range of tasks, from personal care such as bathing, meals and excretion assistance, to mental support for occupants, and various events such as recreation.

  • Life consultant

    Coordinate communication with families, assistance with occupant consultations, fee collections, and health insurance procedures, event planning and implementation, and coordination with hospitals.

  • Nurse

    Mainly provides health management and medical care for occupants.

  • Nutritionist

    Mainly provides nutrition management for occupants.

Annual events

  • April

    Cherry-blossom viewing

  • July

    Tanabata Festival

  • August

    Summer Festival

  • September

    Keirokai (a celebration event for Respect-for-Senior-Citizens Day)

  • December

    Christmas Party

  • January

    Hatsumode (the first shrine/temple visit of the year)

  • February

    Mamemaki (Bean-throwing Festival)

  • March

    Hinamatsuri (Girl’s Festival)