Day Service Center Rakuseien

Interaction between workers and users promotes physical and mental care

Through interaction between facility workers and users, we work to resolve feelings of isolation and recover and maintain physical and mental function. We also provide use for the purpose of reducing the burden of nursing care on families. We accept requests for trial use and tours.

  • Day services – Eligibility

    Services are available for people certified as Support Level 1-2 or Long-term Care Level 1-5 in the long-term care insurance system.
    We offer services such as pick-up/drop-off, health check, bathing, meals, recreation, and functional training.

  • What do you do for day service recreation?

    Services are available for people certified as Support Level 1-2 or Long-term Care Level 1-5 in the long-term care insurance system.
    We offer services such as pick-up/drop-off, health check, bathing, meals, recreation, and functional training.

    Rakuseien day service center recreation is divided into multiple groups to meet user needs and desires.
    We largely categorize users into three groups but group numbers and recreation content (rehab-centric based activities) are changed based on users on that day.

    1. Healthy group
    2. Dementia group
    3. Bedridden group

    First, users select the group in which they would like to participate.

    • Group for people who enjoy recreation using their brain or body
    • Group that enjoys crafts
    • Teat party group that enjoys conversation

    Some users enjoy engaging in different groups each week.
    Of course, not all users decide for themselves but we work to provide recreations that are fun for all. We create quizzes and cards featuring the locations or placenames related to the region to invoke past memories and ask users to speak about past experiences or the origins of those placenames. This also helps our workers learn new information. Interestingly, each group has a person who acts as somewhat of a leader. In this way, Rakuseien recreations help people find a space that is comfortable for them.

  • Daily flow

    • 8:30Departure for pick-up
    • 9:00Gradually arrive at Rakuseien, morning greetings
    • 9:15Hydration and measurement of blood pressure, body temperature, and pulse
    • 9:40Begin bathing service sequentially Recreation (singing, arts and crafts), functional training
    • 11:00Swallowing exercises
    • 11:30Lunch
    • 12:00Oral care
    • 12:00Oral care
    • 12:00Post-meal break
    • 13:30Functional training
    • 14:30Recreation (singing, rehab exercises)Recreation (brain, physical games)
    • 15:30Snack
    • 15:50Prepare to return home, farewell greeting
    • 16:20Begin taking home (sequentially)
  • Available facilities

    At the facility, users work under the guidance of functional training instructors to conduct functional training aimed at maintaining and preventing the decline of physical functions. As requested, we can provide a personal file containing a record of service provisions. Training is provided based on individual functional training plans created by a physical therapist.

  • Usage fee

    Day Service Center Rakuseien
    Rate table