Kimochi San Mateo Residential Care
In 2016, Kimochi San Mateo extends our Japanese tradition of care for seniors, their families and caregivers to those living in the Peninsula.
Based on the successful model of Kimochi Home (established in San Francisco’s Japantown in 1983), Kimochi San Mateo houses 14 seniors for ambulatory and non-ambulatory care (wheelchair accessible). Residents are under 24-hour supervised, non medical care. Staff provides assistance with activities of daily living (ADLs) such a bathing, dressing, and assistance in taking medications.
Kimochi San Mateo’s Residential Care Services features the following:
24 hours supervision in a secured building
Three nutritious meals a day, with Japanese-style food prepared daily
Social and recreational activities
Assistance in scheduling medical appointments
Monitoring of general health and development of appropriate care plans
Housekeeping services including laundry
Regular assessment to monitor care level
Individual must be 60 years of age or older
Eligible for 24-hour non-medical assisted living care
Ambulatory or non-ambulatory
Able to cooperate with staff
Successfully complete the program application and assessment process
Kimochi San Mateo monthly assisted living fees are based on the individual’s required level of care as determined by the clients provider and an assessment conducted by trained Kimochi staff.
FAMILY CAREGIVER SUPPORT PROGRAM
Family members and friends are often the providers of caregiving support to their spouses, patents, and the seniors in the community. Kimochi offers caregivers outreach and supportive services to strengthen their capacity to help keep seniors at home.
Staff are available to provide the following:
Assistance in identifying the needs of the caregiven
Referrals to link caregivers with resources that can assist them
Home visits to connect with families
Facilitation of family meetings
Translation support in English and Japanese
Presentations and training sessions
TRAINING AND SEMINARS FOR FAMILY CAREGIVERS
Kimochi San Mateo offers several training sessions every year for family caregivers. Topics can include:
Alzheimer’s Disease and Dementia
How to cope with difficult behavior
Family caregiving and self-care
Long-term care insurance, financial planning
End of life care
For more information on Kimochi San Mateo, please contact:
Kimochi San Mateo
453 N. San Mateo Drive, San Mateo, CA 94401
Tel: (650) 388-7130
Linda Ishii, Administrator, firstname.lastname@example.org
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