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WHO WE ARE

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.

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WHAT WE DO

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.

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ROAD AHEAD

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

Seldom does life give chances to walk a path that leads to self-satisfaction derived out of helping others.

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Events

20

May

2017

Free Active Ageing Workshop for Senior Citizens

In continuation of our efforts in bring about Dementia risk reduction and marking the Dementia Awareness Week 2017, Nightingales Medical Trust is organising a Free Active Ageing Workshop at the JP Nagar Cultural Association, 2nd Phase, JP Nagar, Bangalore, on Saturday, 20 May 2017 from 10:00 am onwards.

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22

Apr

2017

Free Smart Phone Training for Senior Citizens

Nightingale Empowerment Foundation is organizing a FREE SMART PHONE TRAINING for elders on Saturday, 22nd April, 2017 at Nightingales Sandhya Kirana, O'Shangassey Road, Akkithimmanahalli, Behind Hockey Stadium Opp. Sita Bhateja, Richmond Town, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560025, between 10:00 am to 1:30 pm.

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Introduction to NMT

Anonymous

Anonymous

, Bangalore

My younger sister and her children used to constantly threaten and abuse me for jewellery worth Rs.3 lacs that was with me since my mother’s death. Since my wife and I were alone and had no children to help us, we were forced to register a case against my sister with the Elders Helpline. Being a family dispute, the EHL helped us to settle it in a cordial, just manner. I am now living peacefully without any fear.

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