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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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Events

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 12.30 pm.

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31

Mar

2017

Inauguration of Red Cross – Nightingales Trust Dementia Day Care Centre, Hyderabad

The Red Cross-Nightingales Trust Dementia Care Centre was inaugurated by the honorable Governor of Andhra Pradesh and Telangana State, Sri E.S.L Narsimhanon 31st march 2017 at Banjara Hills Road Number 2, L V Prasad Marg, Park view Enclave Hyderabad.

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Introduction to NMT

Dileep Satya

Dileep Satya

Director – Indium Projects, Bangalore

When I heard about the Jobs 60+ project, it was a mixture of surprise and curiosity; surprise because we had never heard of or seen any 60 / 70+ seniors applying for jobs and curiosity as we were not very sure if they would be able to take in the work pressure and also had our doubts on the work-ability of the concept of “late age employment” working in our society. My company initially looked at a temp role for the seniors. After a fortnight, when I was reviewing the dash boards, I was shocked by the quality of work done by the seniors. It was both an eye opener and a humbling experience as I was pleasantly surprised to see that in many instances they had moved ahead of the younger crowd (early 20s) in the organisation. We would like to thank Nightingales for coming up with such a noble and excellent concept, which will not only help in providing succour to the seniors in need of financial assistance, but also provide an opportunity to the elders to lead a responsible and dignified life.

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