YAIR CARE CONCEPT
LIFE ENHANCING OKADIA PRINCIPLE CARE HOME
A sunny place to enjoy life by remaining connected with society
Based on our Vast Glass and Divine Pine materials OKADIA architectural style, the huge angled solar roof will generate more than enough energy
No matter their financial cost to the resident or state, current care homes disconnect the residents from the hussle and bustle of life, even if they operate a 24 hour visitor policy. Glossy care home brochures or websites full of staged or stock images of happy residents and bubbly staff cannot hide the fact that inside, being away from familiar and trusted loved ones, the residents are heart broken, lonely and confused, no matter their medically diagnosed mental state. There is a reason the retired sit outside cafés in some culures, in particular the Mediterranean and Arab countries - they like to people watch and know others can see them, it brings with it a sense of security.
Spacious bright conservatory lounge with view of an ORNI Tree at a YAIRPORT 1
hub, with the WHEELS electric vehicle garage in the background
The huge sunny combined atrium, lounge and dining area in the front conservatory of the YAIR CARE home provides just this. The public are free to come and go, sit down and chat with the residents, enjoy a meal and visit the on site shops and other facilities. The residents can mingle with the public or relax and watch goings on outside through the huge angled windows, such as electric* cars (or one day, aircraft) dropping off or collecting people, to the animals in the nearby fields.
Modern technology, such as tracking devices will ensure residents who may otherwise wonder off can be guided back to a safe zone by staff or relatives in a dignified manner.
*As part of the strict YAIR OKADIA policy, no polluting vehicles are permitted within a specific radius.
Bladeless Wind Turbines shown styled to blend in with the facility aesthetic
- YAIR OKADIA sustainable architectural principles
- Huge sunny conservatory style atrium provides residents a stimulating environment
- All residents live on ground and lower floors
- Life support systems by each bed reduce need for hospital visits
- Home like accommodation for staff and close family
- Funded by
- Rental of excess storage space in top floors of building
- YAIR SHARE profit sharing
- State subsidies
- Reselling of excess solar & wind energy