A one-stop solution for the active elders in your family who need support for independent living and emergency situations.



Medical Emergency Services

With Medical Emergency Support, the Elder Care team will always be there to take care of your elders during a medical emergency.

  • Service is available on a 24 x 7 x 365 basis in the area where the Elder resides and has signed up for.
  • On pressing the one-touch SOS button, a series of processes are triggered, leading to the Elder swiftly being admitted to a hospital.
  • A trained Elder Care Officer (ECO) reaches the location of the emergency, either at home or another location in the registered city.
  • The ECO will accompany the Elder to the hospital in the ambulance. While the ECO reaches the Elder, an ambulance from a partner hospital is simultaneously deployed to reach the location of the emergency.
  • The elder is immediately transferred to the hospital for proper care and treatment. The Elder Care tech platform provides real-time updates to the Elder’s sponsor living abroad, as well as the registered local guardian.
  • The Elder Care team stays with the Elder at the hospital till the registered local guardian arrives.

Independent Living Assistance

Making sure that your parents, Elders are well supported with their day to day chores.

  • Weekly check-up calls for any assistance by the Elder Care executives.
  • If any help is required, it will be addressed during the Elder Care Officer home visit.
  • Elder Care Officer visits your elder once a month to help with any chores at home or otherwise and take essential health readings.
  • During the monthly visit, the Elder Care Officer can accompany your elder for any out-of-home activities like visiting a club, path lab, hospital and more.
  • Sponsors are sent regular updates on your elder’s well-being, engagement records, services provided and more.

For further clarification, do get in touch at: hello@eldercare.international or WhatsApp/call us on +6594525760

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