Mattanja - Assisted Living for the Elderly

Assisted Living For The Elderly

Mattanja Home for the Elderly is an assisted living Home that is situated in the heart of Gansbaai. Residents who are in their golden years are assured of around-the-clock monitoring, health assessments and professional nursing care. This home away from home provides three wholesome meals a day and menu planning is done by a qualified nutritionist. Furthermore, the staff at Mattanja Home for the Elderly are always ready to assist with personal grooming so that residents can fully enjoy their golden years with the dignity they deserve.

If you want more information on the assisted living services from Mattanja House then please visit their website found below in the contact details section.

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The team at Mattanja Home for the Elderly believe in the personalised and compassionate care of the elderly. Staff are all carefully selected and trained so that patients only receive the best possible care.

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A part-time nursing sister dispenses prescribed medication and evaluates the residents on a daily basis, while caregivers live on-site to provide vigilant, yet loving 24-hour supervision and assistance.



After an initial medical assessment as to a specific resident’s need, Mattanja Home for the Elderly will customise a package and quote accordingly.

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Mattanja Home for the Elderly is built on strong foundations that begin with respect and gratitude for the elders who raised us.

The Home has a strict code of ethics which lists that the elderly have the right to:

  • Be treated with dignity and respect
  • Be free from neglect and abuse
  • Be in control of their personal finances
  • Be allowed privacy and have their personal space respected
  • Be permitted to retain and use their personal possessions
  • Be free to interact with fellow residents
  • Be free to interact with the community
  • Be permitted to practice their chosen religion
  • Be free to abstain from religion if such is the desire
  • Be included in the receipt of all health-related evaluations
  • Be represented in residential councils
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