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Caring For Life

Kind words can be short and easy to speak, but their echoes are truly endless. EHA focuses on you as if it was our own family.

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Welcome to Echoing Healthy Ageing

Improving the quality of life for People living with dementia.

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“Kindness can transform someone’s dark moment with a blaze of light. You’ll never know how much your caring matters. Make a difference for another today.”

Amrita Patil Pimpale
Amrita Patil PimpaleFounder
Winner of Social Entrepreneur ‘ Unltd India award’ for Year 2012 and 2013. Previously Project Manager of care home improvement project in England, researcher University of Northampton UK. Certified Trainer of Person centered dementia care from University of Bradford, UK ; Dementia care mapping advance practitioner (an international framework used for training needs analysis, staff development, quality improvement, benchmarking and quality assurance) and Best practices dementia care from University of Stirling, Scotland. Designed, delivered training for care staff (dementia care), NHS nurses in England and has internationally published research papers in dementia care.
Asha Dabhilkar
Asha DabhilkarProgram Coordinator
Asha is Economics graduate,with Masters in NFE SNDT,Mumbai. Our Senior Care companion who is truly Passionate about geriatric care. Asha conducts home based therapy sessions for people with dementia.Her innovative flair for conducting engaging therapeutic activities is highly appreciated by our service users and their families.
Shamal Jaykar
Shamal Jaykar Program Associate
Shamal is Program Associate- Geriatric Care at EHA. She provides Geriatric home based therapy, makes individually tailored session planning for the clients . She has done her M.A. in Applied Psychology-Specialization in Counselling from Tata Institute of Social Sciences.

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Guidance -Dementia

Basics of Dementia from Experts


Dementia Science

Dementia describes a group of symptoms associated with long-term decline of mental ability. Dementia affects a person’s ability to remember, understand, communicate and reason. These problems interfere with the person’s ability to do things that they used to be able manages, such as looking after themselves.


Caring for Dementia

Caring for someone with dementia can be challenging both physically and emotionally.But in spite of difficulties, many are taking responsibility and taking care with all their heart of their loved ones.Family caregivers of people with dementia, often called the invisible second patients, are critical to the quality of life of the care recipients.


Effective Caregiving

When your loved one is been diagnosed with a conditions that has no cure,is progressive it is natural that you might be experiencing range of emotions like guilt, grief and loss, even anger.However you can lower your stress if you ,your family continue to live lives of acceptance, creativity instead of trying to fix the problem.


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For Home visit, Dementia Consultation, Information on Training of Caregivers please get in touch with us.