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Sunday, July 8, 2018

You are 60 plus and your children's are in another country / city, Will you relocate ?

On July 5th 2018 we posted this important question on Facebook and we got various comments, which we thought are not only interesting but also shows change in mindset of traditional Indian / Asian Ageing population.

The Question we asked:  

You are 60 plus and your children's are in another country / city, they can't come and stay with you, But they ask you to come and settle with them, What will you do ?





Following Comments / Answers we got: 
Susan Dmello Barton or just maybe your kids who are abroad can find solutions and caregivers in YOUR OWN HOME IN India... they financially stand by you and visit often so win win for all.

Nidhi Raj Kapoor Good question and great conversation here. You should do a study and compile the findings. I would love to hear more.

Rajeshwar Devarakonda Sailesh Mishra Apt question. In my case, the child - me, relocated. I tried and then understood that the parents too have their social life and to expect them to make yet another sacrifice and become yet another object in your house is inhuman.



Sailesh Mishra I posted above question as this is one of most discussed among seniors. But I never thought, next day I will get this sad news... Like one of the answer when you try to relocate a Senior..... So this is new: USA woman, 92, kills son to avoid being sent into care home : https://www.bbc.com/news/world-us-canada-44707643

Vanita Kumta This is where having a heart to heart conversation and abstaining from imposing ones point of view over another could perhaps have been helpful to avoid a sad incident.

Bernadette Ferrer Sailesh Mishra, the article reported is an isolated incident. The mindset of US white folks are Selfish and Narcissistic. Do not Ever compare with their mindset with ANY ASIAN whose embedded culture revolves around family!
Second, the SON who was shot
 by his mother Did Not RESPECT his own mother's wishes to Stay Home. The Sons was Enabled by HIS family members & Girlfriend to FORCE his own mother to leave her comfort zone. Alternative solutions for his mothers5care exists...PAY FOR 24 HOUR Nurse or Caregivers!
Son was a Lemming!
I truly Suspect that the SON and Family members had a Hidden Financial Agenda.
Sailesh Mishra, you're seasoned enough to Discern cultural Mindsets!





Asha Uberoy No body wants to go and live in another country at this age. And remember a father can look after 10 kids. But 10 kids find it difficult to look after one father. It is the law of life. The water in the river keeps flowing forward. We must not, cannot blame our children or anyone else.
Bhavdeep Pandya We can always create ability to change.. greatest issue is people only change by force.
Bhavdeep Pandya I will go.. I am nearing 70 years


Vanita Kumta Firstly if one feels one can adjust to a new country at the age one has reached it is a good option,secondly one must have trust and faith in them only then,thirdly as long as one feels able to take care of ones needs independently it is worthwhile staying put,or resorting to assistance or joining an assisted living facility or a senior citizens home that suits ones needs financially. Most importantly one needs to keep on going on as far as possible,with a positive outlook and not succumb to the growing pressures around. It is a difficult situation and a level headed choice is necessary. Remaining as active as possible,without stretching out ones hands in desperation,yet asking and taking help when needed is imperative.

Vanita Kumta From real life instances I have seen ,I know seniors who have no children and lose their partner,I have also seen seniors who have children often living in India in the same city,yet at the crucial hour they are not in a position to reach out to their aged parents due to official engagements. All said and done life is unpredictable. It does not follow any book. One needs to actively accept everything 100% however unpleasant . Having said that it is necessary to have a plan of action worked out between the couple whilst they are both living,taking the children too into confidence. The problem more often than nought is that communication and discussion on certain unpleasant ,however obvious realities of life is often lacking or postponed for later. But unfortunately, ' Time And Tide Waits For No Man'.
Mohan Siroya Very sane advice.


Bina Umesh Raj Sharma I feel if at this age you can adjust and mentally prepated then one should go and stay with the children in India/abroad. The children will also be comfortable since the whole family is a one place unless they have an ulterior motive.


Bernadette Ferrer Your choice: Stubborn Self Independence versus You live by Their Rules of Their Home (Tables are turned..as children, they lived by Your Rules. As an elder parent, its pay back time ...hee heee)

Aileen Marques It will depend on what i feel, how I feel and why I feel... In terms of the choice of settling in a New place. In most cases i have handled senior citizens preferred the comfort of their house and neighbourhood in their silver years. they said they feel the urge to live life more independently.
Susan Dmello Barton I totally agree... the kids are always welcome to "visit" Also in this day and age you can monitor everything what with c.f. tv cameras and full time police cleared maids and home help... they enjoy their independence AND you are always welcome for visits and holidays etc... let's not take away their dignity.

Niraj Khedkar Something outside the question asked... With all due respect to all senior citizens:
Point is not who leaves his set life... Each life is earned with lot of effort... Kids aswell as parents... But Problem is something else...
in India parents are so much emotional that they can't let there kids choose their life after 16/18yrs and accept it or not... Hence majority of parents never plan for their post retirement life... 
I am sure this generation already knows their kids are not going to take care of them... So they have already started saving and planning for post retirement life...
#healthyAging #postretirementplanning
#OnestopSolutionServices for all senior citizen needs Can be few solutions for such challenges



Mohit Sadh Just go ther for some time n check, if it's worth, otherwise come back n live here happily ever after


Aditi Misra Interesting responses! 
I think for me it’ll depend on a lot of things... my health / my finances/ my spouse!



Aseem Chandawarkar On Children
- Kahlil Gibran


Your children are not your children.
They are the sons and daughters of Life's longing for itself.
They come through you but not from you,
And though they are with you yet they belong not to you.

You may give them your love but not your thoughts, 
For they have their own thoughts.
You may house their bodies but not their souls,
For their souls dwell in the house of tomorrow, 
which you cannot visit, not even in your dreams.
You may strive to be like them, 
but seek not to make them like you.
For life goes not backward nor tarries with yesterday.

You are the bows from which your children
as living arrows are sent forth.
The archer sees the mark upon the path of the infinite, 
and He bends you with His might 
that His arrows may go swift and far.
Let your bending in the archer's hand be for gladness;
For even as He loves the arrow that flies, 
so He loves also the bow that is stable.



Umesh Gujjar Better to be in India with our Loved ones, even if one earns less (as compared to foreign earnings)


Niraj Khedkar Yes that action speaks a lot... No senior citizen wants to willingly go in a care home...


Doris Gomes I will go n spent sone time, esp because of my small grand kids...


वरिष्ठ नागरिक सेवा संस्थान It is difficult for parents to shift .

Ashok Maheshwari Never. I am Hindustani and at 80 crossed, I want to spend my allotted time in my own country.


Dileep Lad I will stay in My country. I am proud of my country भारत माता की जय

Adv Vidya Patil Very much right


Puneet Sunita Khurana I'd ask them to F... off!


Bhavdeep Pandya I will go n settle with my children


Amita Rs What about in olden days when people relocated from villages to town in search of better life? How did those older adults feel then when their children left them and the big farming lands behind for city jobs? Only some things have changed but rest of the issues remain same.


CA Hemant Damodar Mehta One has to choose with balanced mind .. to be useful to Society here in India or to spend life with son/daughter abroad depending your physical capacity and health.


We thank all for their views and opinion, this will help us to plan our Future.

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Monday, July 2, 2018

CII - Senior Care Industry Report India 2018

'CII - Senior Care Industry Report India 2018: Igniting potential in senior care services' May 2018. This Report was launched at 4th Edition of Global Exhibition on Services (GES) Specail Task Force meet "Senior Care, “Senior Care - Focused Group Discussion on Understanding Best Practices & India’s Way Forward: Building Partnerships & Collaborations” on 16th May 2018 at the Bombay Exhibition Centre, Mumbai, India.

This is very interesting one of its kind Report, collaborative by Senior Living Community, The Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) and Ignox Consulting.

The senior population in the world is the fastest growing segment with 60 plus population touching 11.5% of world population. As per estimates, by 2050, the 60 plus population will increase at 22% and outnumber the population below 15 years of age. This rapidly changing global demographics has resulted in a sharp rise in the demand for senior care services. This coupled with an increased life expectancy of the population, and an increased tendency globally to have nuclear families, has further accelerated the growth in the senior care sector. As a result of various favorable factors, the market for products and services for seniors is expected to increase from almost $320 billion in 2013 to $436.6 billion by 2018, representing a five year compound annual growth rate of 6.4 percent, according to a market research report by BCC Research. The global research agency Persistence estimates that the global elder care services market will reach a market valuation of USD 1767 billion by end of 2025 reflecting a 8.4% CAGR over this period.

In India, 30 years from now, the elderly population in India is expected to triple from 104 million in 2011 to 300 million in 2050, accounting for 18% of the total population in 2050. To understand this in perspective, while the current population of elderly in India (134m in 2020) is fast reaching the current size of population of Mexico (130m) or Russia (143m), the 2050 population of elderly will be close to the population of the United States (326m - 2018) today. We have in India approx. 12 million 80 plus population which is similar to the total population of countries such as Belgium, Greece, or Cuba.

It is time therefore for key senior care stakeholders to collaborate and create a comprehensive mission plan for 2025 involving various stakeholders – public/private/semi-public, healthcare/real estate/
NGOs/ Thinktanks/ and International bodies. The starting premise of such a concerted effort is to bring clarity on the definition of which formats and groups constitute senior care. 9 formats have been discussed and selected as senior care industry formats. Once this is approved, this will form the basis for development control regulations at the state level, and revenue concessions or banking privileges as extended by central government departments.


Read More : 
https://www.slideshare.net/saileshmishra1/cii-senior-care-industry-report-india-2018

REPORT ON OLD AGE FACILITIES IN INDIA by Tata Trusts 2018

The study looked at both old age homes and senior living developments in India, built an extensive sample set of 480+ old age homes and 60+ senior living developments in 84 cities, towns and districts cutting across geographies, size, cost, facilities offered, ownership and management.

It projected the sample set to countrywide population data extracted from 2011 census of India, and arrived at an estimate of around 1,150 facilities and the capacity to house around 97,000 elderly residents.

Forecasting likely demand driven by increasing elderly population and change in preferences owing to availability of new products and socio-economic norms, the study pointed towards a crying need to enhance the capacity almost eight to ten-fold over the next decade.

Read more: http: //tatatrusts.org/upload/pdf/report-on-old-age-facilities-in-india.pdf

#SeniorCitizens #Oldage #Oldagehomes #Elders #Ageing #Seniors #SeniorLiving #Ageing #Aging #India #Gerontology 

Saturday, June 23, 2018

Safety Tips for Senior Citizens Elder Parents


क्या आपके बुजुर्ग मां-बाप घर में अकेले रहते हैं?, तो ये वीडियो देखें और उनसे शेयर करें| Mumbai Tak - Do your Elder Parents Stay alone at home, watch this video for important tips to prevent Crime and Murder of #SeniorCitizens by Sailesh Mishra Founder Silverinnings AajTak #Mumbai

मुंबई में सीनियर सिटीजन कपल के मर्डर के बाद बुजुर्गों की सुरक्षा का मुद्दा फिर हाईलाइट हुआ है। अगर आप सीनियर सिटीजन हैं और घर में अकेले रहते हैं या आपके मां-बाप अकेले रहते हैं तो ये वीडियो जरूर देखें

#Silverinnings #AAJTAK #Mumbai


Friday, June 15, 2018

Silver Decade: Silver Innings Service to Nation







Silver Decade: Silver Innings 10 Year Service to Nation : Silver Innings is India's 1st Social Enterprise working towards creating an Elder Friendly World where Ageing becomes a Positive and Rewarding Experience. It is 1st Social Enterprise in Asia Pacific to start Social Media campaign on Ageing in April 2008. 



Silver Innings since 2008 is working towards creating an Elder Friendly World where Ageing becomes a Positive and Rewarding Experience. 1st Social Enterprise in Asia Pacific to Start Social Media on Ageing in April 2008



Mission:  To uphold and secure the rights of elderly and actively work towards improving their quality of life by networking, advocating and researching elderly issues and providing a wide range of services according to their needs.



Vision:  Our vision is of an elder friendly world in which ageing becomes a positive and rewarding experience.



Goals:

Goal 1: To advocate and create awareness of elderly rights and issues at micro and macro level.

Goal 2: To address basic needs of the elderly (aged 50yrs +) and their family members.

Goal 3: To provide and create innovative programmes and services for the elderly that enable them to reintegrate back into society with dignity.

Goal 4: To promote research and development on issues related to elderly.

Goal 5: To develop and implement training of professionals and para-professionals in Gerontology, Geriatrics and Geriatric Care Management.



Group Info: 

1.Silver innings : Silver Innings(SI) 1st Social Enterprise In India (For Profit) formed to provide need based services to Senior Citizens and their family 10th April 2008

2.Silver inning Foundation : Silver Inning Foundation a registered NGO (Not for Profit), which addresses the micro and macro level issues of the elderly to create an elder friendly world 14th July 2008

3. A1Snehanjali : 1st Social Enterprise Assisted Living Elder Care Home in India ,“Transforming lives to mitigate loneliness, helplessness, and boredom”. 17th Aug 2013

4.Silver Innings Helpline : Silver Innings Helpline is a first of its kind Referral Helpline Search Portal in India, dedicated to provide comprehensive information to Senior Citizens and their family members with Ramaa Subramaniam 16th Feb 2014       

5. A1 SNEHANJALI, 2nd Home was launched at Rajodi, Nalasopara west on 1st May 2016.

6.  Silver Innings Football Club (SIFC) June 2013, 1st in World Youth Football Team of Senior Citizens Origination



7. UMANG Senior Citizens Talent show since 2008 1st in India for General Public – Non members



8. Summer Camp, 1st In India at Assisted living elder acre home since 2013





What we do :

Counseling

Elder Helpline

Need base services

Advocacy &Networking

Research & Development

Training , Lectures, Workshops & Conferences

Health Camps / Memory Camps

Alzheimer's / Dementia Support Group

Talent promotion

Capacity building

Social media & Publications

Internship &  Volunteer programmes

Intergeneration Programmes

Consultancy for Old Age home , Day Care , Retirement Township and Dementia care

Assisted Living Elder Care home

Matrimonial

Silver Innings Football Club (SIFC)

Alert for Missing Senior Citizens





Reach Out 

Indirect: 2.5 milion people

25, 15,000 plus people globally (through ICT - internet) since April 2008



Direct: approx  2,50,000 people in India since April 2008



255 Books Sold ‘Remember ME – You Me and Dementia’





Awards:

National award Karamaveer Puraskar in 2008

Karmaveer Jyoti in 2016

'Mira Bhayandar Ratna'  by Rotary Club Of Mira Road Feb 2018





Milestones: 

In 2011 NGO Silver Inning Foundation was Accredited as NGO for Open-Ended Working Group on ageing (OEWGA) at UN United Nations Programme on Ageing, New York for Second Session of the Open-Ended Working Group on Ageing 1st to 4th August 2011.

It has been featured on the much acclaimed television show Amir Khan’s SatyamevJayate episode 11 in 15th July 2012, on the subject of a Elder Care as an expert on Active Aging and as their resource partner.

Invited by UN to participate in Third Session of the prestigious ‘Open-ended Working Group on Ageing’ (OEWG) from 21 to 24 August 2012

On Dec 2013, Its founder Sailesh Mishra story ‘Son to A Million Parents’ is featured in the book Karma Kurry, a compilation of stories of Unsung Heroes by Jeroninio Almeida and Jyoti Nanda, Biographed by ShubhaKhandekar and published by Jaico Publications.

In Aug 2015 Silver Innings and A1 Snehanjali Team were important part of National Talk Show STREE SHAKTI episode no. 51 on National TV channel DD.

KBC Bollywood Super Star Amitbah Bacchan Supported Silver Innings project on National Telecast on Sony TV on 16th Oct 2017

Sep 2016 on DD Shayadri TV Talk show on Alzheimer’s

Featured on Renowned International USA base ‘Alzheimer’s Speaks Radio’ in 2011 and 2016

April – May 2017 'Spark of Life' International Master Practitioner in Dementia Care at Perth, Australia

Sep 2017 Profiled in The Better India

On 7th Oct 2017, he delivered his 1st TEDX talk at DPS Gurgaon

10th Oct 2017 – Launched our First book ‘ Remember ME – You Me and Dementia’

In Feb 2018 mentioned in Cover Front page and Cover story in prestigious Senior Citizens Magazine ‘Harmony Celebrate Age’.



April 2018 Invited to attend 1st Commonwealth Nation Elders Forum International Conference to be held on 16 – 17 April 2018 at DeVere Wokefield Estate Hotel and Conference Centre, Berkshire, UK'



March 2018 Silver Innings Football Club (SIFC) June 2013 qualified into Semi Final of MDFA 2nd Division Play off and Promoted to 1st Division for 2018- 2019





Website: 

Silverinnings Group www.silverinnings.in

A1 Snehanjali  www.a1snehanjali.com

Silver Innings Helpline www.silverinningshelpline.com

: Silver Inning Foundation www.silverinningfoundation.org





Team:

Founder President – Silver Innings Group: Sailesh Mishra

Treasurer - Silver Inning Foundation: Chitranjan Sharma

Co Founder – Silver Innings Helpline : Ramaa Subramaniam

Project Director – Silver Inning Foundation – Dhanalaxmi Rao

Project Director – A1Snehanjali, Nalasopara west – Mona Mishra

Project Director – A1Snehanjali, Virar West – Renu Jain

Senior Center Manager – A1Snehanjali – Jenet Pereira

Project In charge : A1Snehanjali, Virar West – Jennifer D’mello





Helpdesk : 0091-  9987104233 / 9029000091 / 9323919145 ( Mon to Sat 11am to 5pm)

Address :Silver Innings, Bdlg: J/47-48, Shop no. 10, Opp. Navgraha Bldg, Lane behind Allahabad Bank, Poonam Sagar Complex, Mira Road East. Mumbai. Pincode  401107.





Website: www.silverinnings.in

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/silverinningsSI/

Twitter: @silverinnings

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/silverinnings/



We Thank all our Networking Partners, Supporters, Associates, Mentors, Interns, Consultant, Family Members, Friends and Senior Citizens.  


Thanks to Photomist for this wonderful film.

Monday, June 11, 2018

Unsung ChangeMakers of Dementia- a short film by Abhilasha Tiwari

डिमेंशिया / अल्ज़ाइमर - दिमाग की बैंड बज गई - क्या आपका कोई प्रियजन डिमेंशिया से ग्रस्त है ? देखिये वीरो की कहनी



Unsung ChangeMakers - a short film by Abhilasha Tiwari: Old age can be tough, dementia & Alzheimer's make it tougher but the toughest is to handle a sufferer of dementia with all the smiles.

All I knew about dementia and Alzheimer's was through movies, shows, articles etc and I thought I knew about it really well. But hey, the real scenario showed a completely different picture.

And what was more surprising was the job of the caregivers who are working with them 24*7. and you will .know in this video about the WHY.

Dedicated to all you unsung changemakers.

By Abhilasha Tiwari

Special Thanks to Staff and Family Members at A1 Snehanjali, SilverInning Foundation, Silver innings, Sailesh Mishra, Jenet Faras, Joana Tai, Rita, Jennifer


Music : https://www.bensound.com


aBHi laSHa
Published on Jun 8, 2018






#Dementia #Alzheimer's #India #Ageing #Caregivers #Aging #Changemakers #UnsungHeroes #StoriesofChange #Silverinnings #A1Snehanjali #Mumbai #Oldage #Dementiahome #AssistedLiving #SeniorLiving #AbhilashaTiwari #DementiaCare #RememberME


Tuesday, May 8, 2018

Dementia and Elder Care in India

Watch our Film and behind scene interview at Republic TV for YES FOUNDATION #YESIamTheCHANGE telecast in April 2018. 



The population of the elderly in India has been increasing in recent years, and will continue to rise in the coming decades. Their well-being is our responsibility and we must ensure that they are valued and respected as active members of the society. Hira Mehta, a 2016 YES! i am the CHANGE participant from Mumbai showcases Sailesh Mishra Founder of Silver innings and A1Snehanjali relentless work towards elderly care and Dementia in her short film Silver Innings.

Courtesy: Republic TV and Yes Foundation  




This film is for non commercial and educational purpose ONLY. 

Email: silverinnings@gmail.com 



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