Monday, October 26, 2015

Inauguration of Senior Citizens Home in Mahabubnagar

Inauguration of Senior Citizens Home in Mahabubnagar


On Sunday 25th October 2015, along with Sri Rajendra Rao, Sri IVLN Chary and Sri A Suryanarayana, I participated in inaugural function of a new old age home in Mahabubnagar. It is Vayojana Saphalaya Nilayam (Senior Citizens Rehabilitation Center) set up by Ramakrishna Seva Trust in the Oblaipally Village. Nearly 120 people participated. Sri Shthikanthananda Swamy and Sri Bhithiharananda swamy of Sri Ramakrishna Mutt were chief guests.  The trust has about twenty trustees – our Smt Pushpalatha Yelisetty is one of them. She donated Rs 10 Lakhs.


There was Vastu Puja, Satyanarayana Punja, felicitation of dignitaries etc. An hour long meeting with nearly ten speakers was held, after Puja and distribution of  Prasadam and Theertham. Several persons were honored with shawl and garlands including Dr Vyasamoorthy. He delivered a short speech in Telugu. All participants were given breakfast and lunch.


The old age home has 18 double rooms. Ground floor is now complete; plans are afoot for two more floors of similar capacity. Rooms are spacious, well lighted, well ventilated.  The trust has arranged a free medical consultancy by leading specialists in almost all fields in the OAH premises once a week on Sundays. Routine operations of the home will start in a couple of months. An indication that an advance of Rs 10000/- and a monthly charge of Rs 4000 per head is envisaged for occupants of OAH.



Contact:                                                                                   Seva Trust Asram, Oblaipally Village,

Administrative Office                                                             mobile: 9440717700

Kakatiya Eye Clinic, 1-5-77/1                                                 Mahabubnagar

New Town Mahabubnagar. 509001

Ph 98542-256964





Dr P Vyasamoorthy
30 Gruhalakshmi Colony, Secunderabad 500015 Telangana
LL 040-27846631 / Mobile: 9490804278

Every wife has a wireless connection by default. It is called "Wife's Eye" (Elders Oct 2015 issue)

Saturday, October 24, 2015

Nightingales Home Health Services, Hyderabad

Nightingales Home Health Services Hyderabad has started service recently.
They offer following services
    • Professionals on call
    • Doctors / Nurses / Bedside Attendants / Dentists / physiotherapists etc
    • Home based treatment :

      • Wound Management
      • Dementia care
      • Stroke Rehabilitation
      • Pulmonary rehabilitation
      • Physiotherapy
      • ICU at home
      • Swine Flu Vaccination at home for Rs 800/-

    • Equipment hire
    • Non Invasive Ventilator
    • Oxygen concentrator
    • Alpha bed
    • Wheel chair
    • Walkers
    • ​S​
      urgical cots
    • Door delivery of medicines
When you become a member (Rs 1000 per annum) all services are offered at a discount.

Concept: If you get it done directly by yourself you may more. Through Nightingales you pay less. Most services are at your doorstep. All services are paid for at actuals at specified rates.

1-11-256/c/5 gagan vihar colony near icici bank old airport branch begumpet hyderabad 500016
040-40020001 / 1800 103 4530 toll free
D Shiva Prasad Sales 7799764008

I am not too sure about the present relationship of this Hyderabad outfit with Nationally famous Nightingales Medical Trust of Bangalore,
​which was ​
once headed by Dr Radha murthy

Friday, October 9, 2015

Telugu Books on Gerontology released

Books Release function by Dr Sobha Gurajada Perindevi

On  5th October 2015, there was a Book(s) release function in Thyagaraja Gana Sabha Chickadpally Hyderabad. Two books namely: 1. Telugu Stories: Elder’s Problems and 2. Old Age: Boon or Bane?
written by Ms Sobha Gurajada Perindevi were released.  Dr N Gopi Ex VC of Telugu University was the chief guest. The event was organized by the NGO Abhinandana.

Other dignitaries on the dais included: Dr B Jayaram Formerly of Dept of Oriental Languages OU;
Ms M Bharathi , well known writer; Smt Hymavathi Bhimanna; Sri Y Venkataramana; Dr Kalavenkata Dikshitulu; Sri P Subba Rao; Sri BVR Chary; Smt J Valabhoja garu  and Dr P Vyasamoorthy.

The function was preceded by a series of entertainment items – all by senior citizens. Special mention must be made of mono acting by a 80+ gentleman, Dance by Sri  Chepuri Shankar Rao to the singing of Sri Akkula Gupta, Sri J Venkateswaralu’s Laddu Laddu song, recitation of poems etc.
The books were made available for sale at substantial discounts at the venue.

The author Sobha is a writer in Telugu, social activist especially interested in senior citizens welfare. Her special area of interest is enthusing youngsters to serve the elderly and to inculcate respect towards the ageing population. The first book is purported by be giving a gist of her PhD work on “Treatment of the elderly in Telugu literature”. The second one is a collection of her writings in magazines, newspapers, seminars and elsewhere.

Details: Vardhakyam – Varama? Sapama? By Dr Gurajada Sobha Perindevi. May 2015 Rs 100 Pages 105 - A5. Published by: JV Publications Hyderabad 8096310140.  On Sale at: Sri Venkatramana Book Distributors, Gandhi Nagar Hyderabad Ph 040 27543500 / 9676799500