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We are a professionally managed Not-for-profit Organization working for the wellbeing of the elderly; we strive to strengthen family bonds and promote community-based support systems through various innovative and need based projects.



We conceive and establish projects that provide dementia care, promote active ageing, combat elder abuse, enable social integration, empower elders and engage in capacity building.



We aspire to enhance the quality of life of elders of all segments of the society including those in city slums and old age homes and to make quality Dementia care affordable and accessible.


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“Only a life lived for others is a life worthwhile.” – Albert Einstein

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World Elder Abuse Awareness Day 2017

The World Elder Abuse Awareness and Prevention day observed on 15th June every year is dedicated to a call for action to individuals, organizations and communities to raise awareness of abuse, neglect and exploitation of older people.

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Free Health Camp for Marginalized Senior Citizens

Nightingales Medical Trust(NMT) in collaboration with Regal Hospital, Bengaluru, organized a Free general health check up camp at Sandhya Kirana, Kothanur on 20th May, 2017 (Saturday) from 10 am to 1:30 pm.

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Introduction to NMT

Nandana Priya

Nandana Priya

Intern at NMT, Bangalore

NMT is not only taking care of the physical needs of the elders with dementia, but their cognitive, emotional and behavioural systems of the elders are also focussed on. Through our interaction with the care givers it was evident that they absolutely enjoy working here and their work gives them peace and relaxation. As an intern I got an opportunity to learn about dementia and aging, something which I had only basic information before I came here. I got to meet amazing people: the psychologists, the caregivers and the residents themselves. The elders residing in NMT have different stories to tell and it was heart-warming to receive their affection. I feel fortunate to have interned at Nightingales Medical Trust and I saw myself growing, both in knowledge and as a person. It was a gratifying experience for me.