Senior Citizens Associations Activities

HelpAge India

HelpAge India is extensively organising Online Digital Literacy programme for senior citizens, regularly. Minimum 20 elders are required in a batch. Each batch will have 3 sessions and each session is for 2 hours.

Any interested association can call on : 9963716618.

i). A Zoom Interactive Webinar on 10th August trained them using Google Pay, How to pay Utility bills, Accessing Groceries online, Booking Taxis, Medicines & Online Safety measures, social media, email, How to download the Apps, etc. No need for any meeting ID & Password. Resource Person: P. Shyam Kumar, Advocacy Officer - AP&TS, HelpAge India. 

ii). With Forum for the Senior Citizens, Visakhapatnam. 15 elders have participated. Mr.Shekhar from GOOGLE has participated as Resource Person. 

iii).With Senior Citizens Association, Kapra Circle on morning session and Karimnagar District Senior Citizens Welfare Association on evening session. 48 elders are participated and  Mr.Maneesh Trainer from GOOGLE participated and explained E-Commerce, Safety transactions, Social Media, Mobile Wallets, etc. Thanks to Mr.Kaladhar and Deepthi for supporting the sessions.

iv). With 18 elders from 7 different Senior Citizens Associations of Saroornagar Circle. Ms.Banomitha has explained Safety Online translations, How to Bill Ola&Uber, how to Use Whatsapp and secured passwords, etc. 

V).          With 19 Senior Citizens Association members from 7 districts in Andhra Pradesh. Mr.Sriram from Google has explained how to Use Whatsapp & Ola, Safety transactions and secured passwords etc

Vi).         With 23 elders from 10 different Senior Citizens Associations in Saroornagar Circle, Hyderabad. Ms.Shraddha from Google - California has participated as Resource Person.

Deendayal Nagar Senior Citizens Welfare Association and Deendayal Nagar colony Welfare Association jointly celebrated the 74th Independence Day. N E Acharya, President Deendayal Nagar Senior Citizens Welfare Association, and Sri. M. Upender, President, Deendayal Nagar Colony Welfare Association, Sri. Anand, Secretary, West Deendayal Nagar colony , and other members Pentaiah, Sarankumar, Jagadish, Narsingrao, V. T Krishna, Mahesh, Krishna Prasad have participated. Flag hoisting is done by Sri Sarankumar.

N E Acharya,

President, Deendayal Nagar Senior Citizens Welfare Association, Malkajgiri

Alwal Senior Citizens Association

 1.       In response to the appeal given by ASCA President, members have voluntarily donated to the extent of Rs.20,000/- as Covid Sahaya Fund. The Association has started providing a relief of Rs.5,000 to three of its own members on 08-08-2020 in the presence of office bearers. Thanks are due to each one of the donors for their voluntary contributions, which is a sign of human solidarity.

 On 10-8-20 COVID-19 test is in progress at mandapam near Alwal Police Station.

 3.       Senior citizens and the handicapped persons may call to help line 14567, as advised by Smt. Swaroopa Rani, Medchal-Malkajgiri Collector office, for medicine and groceries.

    ASCA has held a webinar on COVID care on 27th August.  As Padmachary, Rajsimha Reddy, Sastry, Paparao have expressed satisfaction about the way it is held, it is decided to hold it next week also, with more participants. EPS 95 may get higher pensions from September. The members are happy that the Alwal Commissioner has felicitated ASCA for their contribution to control Covid19. Congratulations to Dr. Yadaiah Garu on this occasion. Next meeting will be on coming Wednesday at 4.30pm.                                                                                                                                  

President, D.R. Gurunatha Rao

BDU - Heritage Centre for Gerontology 

The BDU - Heritage Centre for Gerontology Department of Social Work, Bharathidasan University Tiruchirappalli, Tamil Nadu and the Heritage Foundation, Hyderabad have initiated “International Webinar Series on Advocacy Leadership for Positive Aging” on 23rd and 24th July 2020, with the participation of Mr Rajiv Mehta Founder & CEO California-based nonprofit Atlas of Care Ms Moira Allan Co-Founder & International Asia Pacific Dr Jan Hively Co-Founder of the network.

Contact: BDU-Heritage Centre for Gerontology Dr. K. R. Gangadharan, Chairman, Heritage Foundation M: +91-98480 35037 email: Dr. P. Ilango(Moderator) Coordinator, BDU-HCG M: +91-94431 30827 email:

International Webinar:

Ageism: Promoting the Rights of Older Adults in a COVID World

The Global Ageing Network, The Heritage Foundation, and BDU Heritage Center for Gerontology are sponsoring these webinar series to discuss the impact of COVID-19 on older adults, on 1st September. The discussion will be moderated by Kirsten Jacobs with three paelists: Donald Macaskill, Scottishcare, Scotland, Stuart Kaplan, Self Help Communities, USA and Ariela Lowenstein, Haifa University, Israel.

Heritage Foundation 

Ananthapuram Zilla Rachayithala Sangham

On 19TH August, the writers’ association of Ananthapuram,(Jirasam) met online Poetry and Women, as organised by Sri. Gutta Hari, President and Sri. Kothapalli Suresh, Secretary. After the opening remarks of the chief advisor, Sri. Kambaduri Shaik Nabi Rasool, Writers like Sri. Radheya, Rajaram have participated in it as guests.

Indian Red Cross Society of Srikakulam

The Society’s Blood Bank has been collecting blood and plasma for the patients waiting in the hospitals. On 12th August, a young Srikanth of Palasa mandal donated the plasma to a COVID patient in the James Hospital. Similarly, Bendi Krishna Vamsi on the same day gave plasma in the Lions Blood Bank in the presence of the chairman of the District Red Cross Society, Sri. P. Jaganmohan Rao, and received felicitations from the District. The District Collector further informed that there is no harm in giving plasma to our body and the Govt. is giving Rs. 5,000 for each. Also present in this programme are the Red Cross Medical officer G.R. Srikanth and the medical officer of the Lions Bolld Bank and other staff.  donor.

Tanuku Senior Citizens Welfare Association 

The Rotary Club of Tanuku has celebrated the 74th Independence Day in their premises, where Rotarian I Sreedevi hoisted the flag and spoke along with Ro. Basava Ramakrishna on the need for serving the society. Others who participated in the programme are: Secretary, Ro. G. sudhakar, Ro Medikonda Venkateswra Rao, Ro. Liakhat Ali, Ro. V. Hanumantha Rao, Ro. Kasiviswanatham and Ro. Geda Ramakrishna.

On 17th August, was observed as Elders Desires Day by the Association, as it was done in the UAS. On this Day, a document was prepared on shelter, health, finance, property and family issues faced by them and forwarded online to the Chief minister, Sri. Y.S. Jaganmohan Reddy, Tanuku MLA Sri. Karumuri Venkata Nageswara Rao, Narsapuram MP Sri. Kalidandi Raghuram Krishnam Raju and to the Tanuku Municipal Commissioner.

On 26th August, 2020, Mother Theresa 110th Jayanthi is celebrated by the Association in the presence of the President, Vice-President Rangarajan and members Mohan Rao, Karunakar Chowdhary, Satyanarayanan Murthy, Girjala Nageswar Rao and others.

From: Koduri Anjaneyulu, coordinator of Tarakapuri News online.

Instructions of the District Collector,  Krishna, A.P.

The Assistant Director, WDA, TG & SCs, Krishna informs that the District Collector has decided to hold COVID – 19 testing in all old age homes including Govt. and private old age homes run by the Non Governmental Organizations in view of COVID – 19 pandemic. In this connection two coordinators have been appointed to coordinate with the NGOs and Medical team.

Memo. No. A/159/2020, dt: 27.08.2020 File No.WDS-GVS0PUB(GEN)/18/2020-SUPDT.

From: Mothukuri Venkateswara Rao, Krishna District SCWA

Virtual Engagement Program for Elderly Persons

Elder Spring Team with Vijayavahini Charitable Foundation (VCF) supported by Tata Trusts and Tata Advanced Systems Limited (TASL) invites toa Virtual Engagement Program, if one is above 60 years, to join this online platform to enjoy connecting with people, to have fun with games and music, to explore and learn new things and to share your knowledge and wisdom with others. Activities & Services: •WhatsApp group for elderly persons •Interactive online sessions/ webinars •Digital Literacy Training •Recreational and Engagement activities •Consultation on phone: Physiotherapy and Emotional Counselling. or Call on Toll-Free Number 14567 (8 Am-7Pm)orWhatsAppto 9121714567. Shalmalee Pitale<>  tdas <>

Kriya Sangh Society

A letter of appreciation in recognition of the work done by Kriya Sangh Society is handed over by the Mayor of Jawahar Nagar Municipal Corporation, Smt Mekala Kavya.The Certificate acknowledges the services provided by Kriya Sangh Society during the pandemic, of ensuring food distribution amongst the urban poor and needy in the Jawahar Nagar area by running a community kitchen.I would like to express my immense gratitude to TSIG, Surge Impact and all our supporters and volunteers without whom this service would not have been possible.

Shaik Nayeem, Founder Secretary website for Senior Citizens

 Central Government has a great scheme, eSANJEEVANI for aged people with blood pressure, diabetes, etc. who take regular medicine and who cannot be taken to hospital immediately. Even, if they're taken, risk is more. For small problems, such as head ache, body pain, they might wish to stay at home and not willing to go to hospital. The eSANJEEVANI website is handy. You can reach this through Google Chrome and do the following:

Supreme Court’s Concern for Senior Citizens during COVID-19

In a petition filed by former Rajya Sabha MP and Senior Advocate Dr. Ashwani Kumar, on Aug 4, 2020, the Supreme Court has directed the Union Ministry of Social Justice and Empowerment to ensure that steps are taken to provide care to those senior citizens who are living alone during the COVID-19 pandemic. The Bench of Justices Ashok Bhushan and R Subhash Reddy have directed the Ministry to ensure that old age pension for these senior citizens is disbursed in a timely manner. Moreover, the states have to ensure that they respond promptly when the senior citizens make such requests. Mr. Mathew Cherian of HelpAge India was the Amicus Curae. The Supreme Court had earlier taken suo motu cognizance of the fear of spread of the contagion in prisons and child care institutions and had passed certain directions for ensuring that the spread is contained in these places.

Eye Donation

Ashok Kumar, aged 63, retired government employee, who expired on 20-08-2020at Sanikpuri, Secunderabad had donated his eyes to Vasan Eye Bank, Secunderabad.

We want to make known to the public to donate eyes, as a very noble thing, and to motivate them to come forward to pledge their eyes, other organs and body in service of mankind.

Ganji Eswaralingam, founder of Amma Eye Organ and Body Donation Promoters Organisation, Hyderabad.Tel: 949107 4940& 955089 4940email.

Lead India 2030 Organization

The Organisation is undertaking ‘ Plasma Donation Challenge’ by encouraging social activists to contact celebrities to promote plasma donation from the public. The videos taken would be widely circulated through social media.

Contact: email:

Feed the Needy Organisation

A vehicle for the ‘Last Ride’ is being arranged for moving the dead bodies in Cyberabad, Hyderabad and in Rachakonda areas, with the cooperation of the Rachkonda Police Commissioner.

Those who would make use of this facility may contact: mobile no.7995404040 or the Rachakonda Police Control Room no: 9490617234.

Seva Bharathi, Hyderabad

The Secretary of Seva Bharathi, Hyderabad Sri. Vasu appealed to those who are in self-isolation in their homes to make use of their various services by telephoning to 040-48210101. They deliver ‘health kits’ each kit worth Rs. 2,500/- which contains all necessary medical assistance such as Pulse Oxymeter, , thermo meter, vapour casies, vitamines, paracetamol tablets, masks, liquid for mouth gargling, etc. They also provide tele-medicine consultations as well as individual and group psychological counselling.

Raabbtaa Foundation

#TeamFrontliners is an Initiative for #COVID19 relief by Raabbtaa Foundation which is a collective effort of doctors, paramedics, social workers &individuals with a strong motive to help, support, guide the affected families of Coronavirus.

The Team helps patients, primary contacts of patients &attendants during their treatment in terms of medical emergencies which includes Online & On-call FreeConsultation of doctors, providing required prescriptions or guidelines based upon the patient's medical condition by assisting &guiding them in overall challenges during the treatment, viz. Online Prescription, Oxygen Support, Ambulance, Bed Availability, Coordination with Hospitals, Also supporting families in case of the Dead Bodies. We are Currently Active in Hyderabad, Nizamabad, Warangal, Adilabad, Zaheerabad and Vikharabad.

If any doctor/Social Activist/Individual is willing to be a part of Dist.Frontliners Group, please contact: #Raabbtaa Foundation: 9652278517 | 9912483818

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