30th Jan'2016, Another landmark day for Pride Age... Recognising the need for awareness of basic human rights and laws, Pride Age team came up with the concept to educate the general public with their basic rights and lesser known indian laws which are vital to know in our day to day lives. The … Continue reading An Eye Witness Account – Pride Age Workshop ‘Know Your Law’
What a wonderfully fun day it was ! By the end of the Picnic everyone was of this unanimous opinion. After being transported to and back from a different world altogether with like minded people who became fast friends by the time the day ended. It started with picnickers from age group in their 20's … Continue reading A Day to Remember
Today was a very special day for me. On 7th Oct 2015 #DaanUtsav #HappyDot 'Spread The Smile' Event was hosted at 'Shanti Daan' (Missionaries Of Charity, formed by Mother Teresa) Home for Destitute Mentally Challenged and Terminally ill Children and Elderly at Gorai, Borivali west #Mumbai. I had wanted to be part of this initiative, … Continue reading Helping Others and Ourselves – Daan Utsav 2015
They need your HELP ! You can support by - 1. Making your cheque in favour of any Farmer (list verified by DNA): Name of Farmers: Narayan Kurube Kashibai Kadam Yashodhabai Palve Balikabai Yedale Gayabai Murkute Uttam Pawar Janabai Munde Ashabai Ighore Sumitrabai Bhade Suryakant Kundre Gangubai Dandge Annarao Jadhav Sangeeta Dongre Meena Chhadidas Chandrabhaga Raymale … Continue reading How to ADOPT A FARMER FAMILY !
September 2015 is the Fourth Global World Alzheimer’s Month™, an International Campaign to raise awareness and challenge stigma. The impact of September’s campaign is growing, but the stigmatisation and misinformation that surrounds dementia remains a Global problem. The theme for World Alzheimer's Month 2015 was “Remember Me”. Encouraging people all around the world to learn … Continue reading Dare to Remember: WAM2015
Two words so simple yet so poignant. In everyday life too they have sweet connotations of longing and desire to be recalled, be part of someone's memory, some past sweet or sour incident which formed a bond for times to come. Same two words asked as a question gain vital significance with the dreaded answer … Continue reading Remember Me ?
Silver Innings Helpline has another feather in it’s well decorated hat. On the first day of August Co Founders Sailesh Mishra and Ramaa Subramaniam organised the first in the series of one of its kind Care for Caregivers workshop - Silver Amore – A Stress burster workshop for Caregivers in Mumbai. And what a well … Continue reading Care for Caregiver
Enough Already... Stop Elder Abuse !! "Elder abuse is an international problem found among all racial, ethnic and socio-economic backgrounds, with an incidence and prevalence only slightly less than that of child abuse". "Most elderly value autonomy above personal safety and comfort, and would rather have inadequate care with families than the best of institutional … Continue reading Enough Already… Stop Elder Abuse !!
15th June, 2015, had been etched in my mobile reminders as “event at Pushpamaa Foundation,Veer Savarkar Park, Borivili West” but it certainly did not prepare me for an evening to remember for life. Reaching there well in time in the drizzle of the rain, I sat on the swings watching the elderly on the other … Continue reading Hira Mehta writes – A firsthand account of World Elder Abuse Awareness day !
Day before yesterday evening, On 15th June I went to an Event organised by Silver Innings Foundation an NGO. occasion was World Elder Abuse Awareness Day 2015. There was a Walkathon and an Audio Visual release scheduled to mark the occasion at the Dada Dadi Park in Borivli. For me it was my first ever … Continue reading An Eye Witness Account of The Walk of Life From “Pichhey Ka Kamra” to The Frontlines