Years of Service
Gandhi Old Age Home is a voluntary organisation under the Gandhi Education Society. It is registered with the Physically Handicapped & Senior Citizens Welfare Department, Government of Karnataka. It was established in 2001-2002 by Shri Ugraiah C., Founder Secretary of the organisation. Gandhi Old Age Home is a donor funded organisation and is totally dependent on monetary and in-kind contributions of donors as well as goodwill services provided by volunteers. All the activities of the Home are conducted with the financial support received from donors, sponsors and philanthropists.
Gandhi Old Age Home takes care of both abandoned and formally admitted senior citizens who are above 60 years old, bedridden, physically handicapped, visually impaired, mentally challenged, or deaf and dumb.
Built to suit aged residents, fully furnished rooms, senior-friendly bathrooms, spacious corridors, wheelchair & walker ramps, and power back up.
Safety & Security
Round the clock availability of caretakers, 24x7 CCTV surveillance, 24x7 guarded premise, and high boundary walls.
Health & Medical Assistance
Regular health check-ups, dedicated doctors & trained nurses, 24x7 ambulance, treatment/emergency care, and rehabilitation programme.
24x7 male & female attendants, laundry & housekeeping, diet plan, 24x7 hot & cold RO drinking water, and personal care assistance.
Wellness & Recreation
Yoga, meditation, spiritual & religious discourse, celebrations, activities & games, books & newspapers, TV, wi-fi, talks by guest speakers.
Separate Guest Rooms
Modern, furnished rooms to accommodate occasional visitors like family members, relatives & friends of residents.
Here life begins at 60!
- Comfortable stay in a secured premise
- Complete care
- Hobbies and recreational activities
- Healthy and active days
- Freedom of life, once again!
Our vision is to create an age-integrated society and promote the concept of active ageing in India.
With every passing decade, more and more elderly people are being left behind to live the final years of their life alone. They are either abandoned or formally admitted to old age homes. The need of the hour is to provide support and not to judge or criticise. So, let’s change our perception and be the solution by providing care to old and fragile residents of our society.