OUR CARE HOME SERVICES

Disabled Care
Disabled Care
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Daily Living Assistance
Daily Living Assistance
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Hospital Trips
Hospital Trips
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Treatment Adherance
Treatment Adherance
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Monthly Physio Sessions
Monthly Physio Sessions
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Exercise Facilitation
Exercise Facilitation
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Creative Expression
Creative Expression
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Games & Fellowship
Games & Fellowship
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Healthy Meals
Healthy Meals
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Reconciliation With Family
Reconciliation With Family
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Advocacy & Outreach
Advocacy & Outreach
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Dignified Burials
Dignified Burials
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OUR ADMISSION CRITERIA

Positive Living Community Care Home is a shelter home for the disabled, bedridden and elderly with HIV/AIDS. HIV/AIDS shelter homes in Malaysia are not supported by the Malaysian Welfare Ministry/ Department and to top it off, Positive Living Community does not have any secure source of funding for our day to day operations. We charge basic residential fees which to partially sustain our operations. We do not make any profit. 

WELFARE SERVICES

We do take in partial or fully subsidised residents on a case to case basis. As of 2019, our quota for long term subsidised cases is full  for persons with disabilities who can manage without daily living assistance. Those needing residential/ financial or moral  support are encouraged to seek assistance from the Welfare Department in their district.

 

Depending on the availability of caregivers, and depending on the severity of cases, we do have a few spots for palliative or hospice care. Application for full or partial subsidies have to be substantiated by hospital referrals, and applicants have to be accompanied by a spouse, family member, relative or close friend. The condition for taking in residents needing palliative or hospice care, is that they must be re-integrated back with their families/relatives if and when their health condition stabilises. Prior to being admitted by Positive Living Community, residents must register with the Welfare Department as "OKU", and those eligible must succeed in applying for OKU aid. This can be facilitated by the referring hospital. 

 

STATUS 

  • heterosexual and homosexual men

  • HIV/AIDS

  • no history of substance abuse in the past 2 years at least

  • any race or religion

  • needing palliative / hospice care

  • referred by hospital and accompanied by spouse/ family/ relatives/ friends

  • registered with OKU

  • has OKU aid

  • short term stay (once the health situation of the resident is deemed stable, he will be discharged and families will be required to support reintegration)

health condition​

Priority will be given to those with HIV/AIDS:

  • in advanced stages of AIDS 

  • bedridden  

  • terminally ill and in need of palliative / hospice care

  • severe physical disability/ missing limbs/ paralysed and in need of daily living assistance 

  • disabled and in need of shelter and care to benefit from life-saving treatment provide by the government hospital