HICKSVILLE, NY: Responding to a long term need of the Indian American community, Dr. Himanshu Pandya, with his partners Kirit Panchamia and Hiren Patel, announced the creation of My Home at a press conference, held at the center, 256-C W. Old Country Road, Hicksville on February 10
Dr. Pandya said that the Social adult day care programs are designed for those who are well enough to live at home but need daily supervision. The mission is to provide better quality of life for afflicted individuals while maintaining their dignity in our homelike, warm environment. The primary purpose of this program is the promotion of optimum health, prevention of disease and maintenance of participant’s ability to continue residence at home. He stated:” With the support of caring, dedicated and qualified staff, we are committed to providing the best to seniors living in the area”.
Bobby Kumar Kalotee, who spoke about the necessity of the adult care daycare center, relating to his visiting mother in the United States. She just wanted to go back to India, as there was nothing for her to do the whole day, in terms of daily social activities. He encouraged all to serve the seniors in one or the other way. Bobby thanked the participating, majority of Indian Television and Print Media, community leaders and prominent people who made it possible to attend the event at a very short notice.
The Daycare will serve people more than sixty years of age, or the one who are affected by permanent chronicle illness at no cost to individuals. The vegetarian meals with the approval of certified nutritionist will be served. According to the management, structured program of daily activities will include; arts & crafts, yoga, meditation, light exercise, games anda lot more. The Center has door to door transport available at no cost to seniors.
My Home will have an Open House for the next 2 weeks, starting immediately, between the hours of !0 AM and 5 PM.