Other Professional & Auxiliary Services

Chinese Medicine & Acupuncture Service

  • Integrated treatment with Traditional Chinese Medicine and Western Medicine
  • To provide soothing treatments with Chinese medicine and acupuncture to relieve discomfort and pain

Dietition Service

  • To improve nutritional status and general health of the patients
  • To improve patients’ eating experience

Podiatry Service

  • Diagnosis and treatment of diseases affecting the lower extremities, including skin and nail disorders, corns, calluses, and ingrown toenails
  • To provide comprehensive foot care, including skin and nails

Aroma Therapy

  • Relief of muscle soreness, edema and lymphatic obstruction in patients
  • Aromatic oils can reduce cancer or the smell of malignant wounds

Music Therapy

  • To improve and maintain the quality of life and well-being of patients
  • Giving a sense of dignity of the patients while illness
  • To connect with their families of the patients
  • Help dealing with a grief of the patients’ families
  • Based on the patient’s needs and preferences, various music therapy will commonly be used include singing song, analysis or discussion of lyrics, playing an instrument, writing song, improvisation, listening music, and relaxation of music
  • To provide a non-threatening environment for patients to express their thoughts and feelings, both verbally and non-verbally. Patients also gain a sense of mastery and achievement by participating in these activities

Harp Therapy

HARP therapy is a kind of complementary and alternative medicine (CAM).  Therapeutic harp service is non-prescriptive; the process can be active or passive. It focuses on responses at the moment.  The harp has historically been used in traditional healing, one of the most distinctive musical instruments, and a symbol of comfort, peace and relief. In 2013, a research team conducted a study on the effects of harp music on intensive care patients, and it concluded that, in the intensive care unit (ICU), spontaneous live harp music was significantly effective in reducing patient perception of pain by 27%. (Chiasson, Linda Baldwin, McLaughlin, Cook & Sethi, 2013)

Expressive Art Therapy

Expressive art therapy service is a professional service through art creation and psychotherapy, using cross-modal art disciplines including visual art, music, dance, drama, story, writing, etc., to express and discover in the process of creation. The resident can be self-discovery with the therapeutic effects.


Horticultural Therapy

  • Horticultural therapy is a process of using plants and plant-related activities to improve well-being through active and passive participation by the participants
  • Multi-sensory stimulation activities: Residents can experience sight, smell, touch and hearing through sensory gardens or plants/flowers as a treatment method
  • Indoor activities: such as using herbs and flowers to do handicraft activities, flower arrangement, etc., you also can use the indoor cultivation of harvest for cooking
  • Outdoor activities: such as gardening and watering