As part of the Family Connect program, Subchapter of Regional Meetings, by Senior Citizen Care Charitable Trust, a meeting was held on Tuesday, 25th April 2023, at New Mangalam Complex.
During the meeting, elderly individuals living alone actively participated and engaged in discussions on improving the quality of life and ensuring safety through mutual support and various measures.
Chairman Dr. Anurag emphasized that feelings of insecurity and unstable health conditions are the most significant concerns among senior citizens.
The host members, Dinesh Kumar and Usha, warmly welcomed all attendees and served snacks and tea, adding twist of taste to the hearty discussions.
Mohan Lal Khatri, Shantilal, Vijay Nalwaya, Devi, Shanti, and Paras Mal expressed their thoughts and shared valuable insights.
The vote of thanks was presented by Chandan Singh and Hemlata, who expressed gratitude on behalf of the participants.
The Family Connect meeting aimed to strengthen the bond within the senior citizen community, foster a sense of security, and explore solutions to common challenges faced by elderly individuals living alone. The Senior Citizen Care Charitable Trust remains committed to providing support and care to the elderly, ensuring their well-being and happiness.