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Exercises being conducted for our Active Ageing members

The World Health Organization defines Active Ageing as the process of optimizing opportunities for health, participation and security in order to enhance quality of life as people age. It further explains the word “active” as continued participation in social, economic, cultural, spiritual and public affairs, not just the ability to be physically active. As people age their activity routines tend to reduce. Decline in physical activities may result in poorer mental health, paving way to disorders such as dementia and other lifestyle diseases such as Diabetes and Hypertension.

The process of ageing is shaped by various factors. On the one hand there are biological preconditions, and on the other hand, social circumstances as well as the lifestyle constitute significant factors that impact on health and well-being. 

Studies conducted over the years have found that active people are healthier and happier. Mental stimulation, social engagement and physical activities have a preventive effect on age related conditions. Active ageing aims to extend healthy life expectancy and quality of life for all people as they age.

Nightingales Medical Trust's Active Ageing Programs enable Elders to be Socially Integrated and Age Actively.

NMT Impact in Active Ageing

NMT Impact in Active Ageing


Persons enrolled in Active Ageing Program


Persons actively participating on a long term basis

Medical Trust - Bagchi Active Ageing Program

NMT's Elders Enrichment Centre

1. Online Active Ageing Program

Elders being engaged in their activities

2. Mobile Active Ageing Program

1. Online Active Ageing Program

The Coronavirus pandemic has forced the elderly to be home bound and this has affected the active lifestyles of many. Keeping this in mind, NMT has redesigned the Active Ageing program to be offered completely online, enabling Senior Citizens to enjoy the benefits of the Active Ageing program from the comfort of their homes. 
While physical interventions include cardio respiratory exercises; games and other activities are aimed at enhancing social relations.

DemKonnect App being used by our member at NMT

2. Mobile Active Ageing 

Nightingales Medical Trust is committed to improving the quality of life of residents at Old Age Homes by conducting the Active Ageing Program through a Mobile Approach.

The programme aims to bring about a modification in lifestyle and ensure health and happiness of the elderly. Among other socially enriching services, the focus is also on minimizing the risk of dementia, controlling hypertension, diabetes, depression and prevention of falls.

DemKonnect App being used by our member at NMT

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