CONDITION OF OLD AGE HOMES IN THE CAPITAL..

by DeepakSoni on Mar 21, 2010      Category: Human Rights Tags:

FRIENDS I AM EAGER TO KNOW WHETHER OUR ELDERLY WHO LIVE IN OLD AGE HOMES, MOSTLY UNWILLINGLY, ARE HAPPY WITH THE FACILITIES MADE AVAILABLE TO THEM THERE?. ANY INPUT IN THIS REGARD IS WELCOME. I ALSO INTEND TO SURVEY PERSONALLY FEW OF THE OLD AGE HOMES IN DELHI, WOULD LIKE PEOPLE FROM HERE TO JOIN ME AND HELP ME IN THE ENDEAVOUR TO KNOW THE TRUTH AND TO SEEK THEIR LEGITIMATE RIGHTS.

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Goli's picture

Have visited few old age homes in Bangalore and yes, most people stay there unwillingly, and are not very happy.
The facilities generally depends and varies from one old age home to another.

You could get in touch with,
http://ngopost.org/user.php?login=sailesh2000
their Organization Silver innings has been doing quite abit of work int his area.

Chandni's picture

You could also get in touch with some of the NGOs/old age homes listed on http://bit.ly/cSdtId

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JEEVAN JYOTI WELFARE TRUST's picture

we want make a old age home.

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