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Nurturing Lives at our Old Age Home

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In our good old days, the children used to adore their parents and look after them with love and reverence. But in present days, most of the old people, when they become non earning members of the family or sick or really invalid are neglected and sometimes thrown out of their houses even. They become a burden to their own children who forget about the good things and sacrifices of their parents towards bringing them up and settling them in their life. Apart from the basic needs like shelter, food, etc. It is the love, affection, and a few words of caress that these people expect from their children, which are totally lacking in most of the families whether rich or poor in our modern society.

Mainly due to the influence of external forces on our way of living and thinking and also due to internal family politics, loosening of the family ties have become inevitable in our modern society. The brunt of the situation is faced by the old people who come from economically weaker section of the society.

Old Age Homes are not a fancy but the dire necessities in our modern society, at present and more so in the future. The old bear the brunt of our changing lifestyles, values, and priorities. To protect these feeble and helpless beings, Neptune Foundation has built an old age home, Parampujya Kailashwashi Nanasaheb Vithoba Deshmukh Vridhashram at Village: Kalungan, Taluka: Akole, District: Ahmednagar, Maharashtra with facilities listed below.

  • Separate dorms and toilets for men and women.
  • Individual cupboards and side tables
  • Regular health check-ups,
  • Regular diet chart maintained for all
  • Fresh vegetables provided from our own garden
  • Our own gaushala which provides fresh milk
  • Utmost hygiene maintained while cooking
  • Dedicated staff for routine activities and care-taking
  • Secure premises with CCTV, security personnel and compound walls
  • Eco-friendly solar panels, windmills
  • Landscaped Gardens
  • Temple in the premises
  • Car parking
  • Regular pilgrimage for the residents
  • There is no bar of any caste and religion.
  • Yoga lessons daily by Ambika Yog Kutir for good health and longevity of the elderly.
  • Celebration of festivals
  • No Discrimination on caste, color, and creed. All are welcome...

At present 55 senior citizens are in staying at the old age home with all the basic needs taken care of FREE OF COST..

​We have a capacity to accommodate 200 elderly but are unable to do it due to the lack of funds.

Organisers
Neptune Foundation

Neptune Foundation

Beneficiary Charity

Satyajeet Mohanty

Satyajeet Mohanty

Organiser

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