News Desk, News Nation 360 : Emoha Eldercare is a celebration of life rather than merely a standard care service. This year, Kolkata is preparing for a revolutionary movement on all fronts. There was a movement, but it was unrecognisable to anyone. This is a revolution of love, compassion, and unwavering support for parents—the people who shaped everyone from literal scratch. With a sizable senior population and a geriatric system in disarray, Emoha Eldercare offers hope to parents who want the best for their parents in this city. Emoha Eldercare has introduced its unique holistic eldercare ecosystem to Kolkata, enabling the city's senior population to live freely and independently in their own homes. With its exceptional services, Emoha has
revolutionised elder care in the nation while keeping in mind the particular needs of elderly citizens. It was created by renowned geriatric experts from the US and India and was endorsed by parents from all over the country. When creating this ecosystem of care, Emoha took into account every facet of an Indian senior's life, from engaging activities to emergency response to healthcare needs and household support. Emoha has teamed up with 15 incredible local business owners to complete this mission and provide these care services to every home in the city. These local business owners, or "elderpreneurs" as they like to call them, have partnered with Emoha with the lovely goal of making sure that no seniors ever lose their independence and dignity due to ageing. Emoha Eldercare has been present in 110 cities throughout the nation for the last five years, but this is the first time an Indian city is preparing to witness the stunning ecosystem up close. Emoha's moh and first-rate care services have already enabled over 60,000 seniors nationwide. Now, every mashima and kaka babu in every Kolkata para will benefit from the same moh that Emoha provides through its services. Emoha is launching its special ₹599/year Membership Plan, designed especially for Eastern India and Kolkata. Because at Emoha, they think that no one should ever be without access to care. So, for the cost of a cup of coffee at Starbucks in Park Street, or maybe less than that, one can ensure that their parents and loved ones are taken care of, even when one is staying miles away.
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