10 old age homes in India for senior citizens
INDIA. There are an estimated 1.8 million homeless people in India, with 52% based in urban areas. A further 73 million families lack access to decent housing (IGH, 2018; Habitat, 2019).. Senior citizens living in poverty face abandonment by their own families as they cannot earn an income. Many a times, they are left with no choice but to beg to survive. Many elderly are left alone after their children move to the cities in search of better livelihood. In the last few days of their lives, Support an old age home to make sure that in their old age, the respected senior citizens are taken care of.
1. Shraddhanand Mahilashram
Shraddhanand Mahilashram provides shelter to women above 60 years of age. While the old age home offers free stay for abandoned and poor women, it also provides paid services for women who can afford these. They aim is to provide peace to these women in their last days. Apart from basic facilities including food and a separate bed, organization also has an active medical staff to take care of the elderly.
2. Mana Sai Old Age Home/SSGMV
SSGMV is extremely proud to open our doors of Old Age Home for helpless elders who have no place to go. Situated in Prakasam Dist, AP state of India, we run old age homes completely based on charities and donations.We are intended to provide a perfect home to the people in their golden age. India has always been close to its culture but with the effect of modernization, we see children are migrating to other cities leaving behind their parents with almost no-one to take care of. Started in 2015, we have served more than 50 elders. We always welcome anyone who needs shelter, regardless of caste and religion. Donate to help abandoned senior citizens
SSGMV is take care of the following necessities of Elders
✔ Food Requirements
✔ Shelter to Stay
✔ Clothes for Comfy
✔ Medical Treatments
Mana Sai Old Age Home is a unit of SSGMV Trust which is a ‘not-for-profit’ organization. We can provide care and support to everyone because of generous donors like you.