This page contains information specific for dementia care in Hyderabad, and other cities in Andhra Pradesh and Telengana, for the convenience of caregivers of patients of Alzheimer’s Disease and other forms of dementia.[read disclaimer]
- Facilities for patients of Alzheimer’s/ other dementias.
- Dementia-related material in various Indian languages (including Telugu and Urdu).
- General tips for locating relevant resources in a city.
Quick Ref: To quickly locate the day cares and full-time cares in or near Hyderabad, look for the symbols
24 x 7 Care Home and Day Care.
Dementia helpline: 9618527072 (this is part of the Memory Clinic of ARDSI Hyderabad-Deccan Chapter Opens in new window and functions Mon-Sat, 10:00 am to 4:30 pm)
Helplines for senior citizens
- Helpage helpline: All-India toll-free number: 1800-180-1253. Hyderabad number: 040-27427066 / 27428472 / 09440474984 Visakhapatnam: 0891-2721253 / 09966001594
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ARDSI, Hyderabad-Deccan Chapter
(Includes a Day Care)
The centre is especially designed and equipped for persons with dementia. Other senior citizens can volunteer to support the day care. The centre also has material that caregivers may find useful. It has an associated memory clinic. Contact Saadiya Hurzuk for this day care and also for the memory clinic associated with it, using the above contact details.
Other memory clinics by/ in association with ARDSI Hyderabad-Deccan Chapter)
Memory clinic at NIMS, Room No. 3, Millenium Block, Ground Floor, NIMS, Punjagutta, Hyderabad – 500 082 (Telangana State)
Memory clinic at Asha Hospitals (associated with ARDSI Hyderabad-Deccan Chapter) is at 8-2-09/7/1, Road number 14, GS nagar, Nandi Nagar, Banjara Hills, Hyderabad- 34
For monthly caregiver support group meetings, contact: Ms Saadiya Hurzuk, Ms. Amulya by email: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com or by Ph: 9618527072, 9004528557, 9246519063
The chapter regularly organizes events and workshops. View their events page or contact them to get updated information. Also,
Possibly useful list of providers on their site at: List of Home Care Service Providing Agencies in Hyderabad Opens in new window.
Golden Oak, Senior Citizen Home, Shamshabad
Golden Oak, Senior Citizen Home is an assisted living facility for elders with dementia or other special needs. It is a fully air-conditioned 30-bedded facility for providing personalized care, with options of dormitory, single-bed, and twin-sharing. It is located in Malkaram Village, Shamshabad (RR District), 40 KM from Secunderabad. It is close to Asha Jyothi Rehabilitation Centre, and is a unit of ASHA hospital (Banjara Hills). The facility was inaugurated on Feb 19, 2017.
The admission process includes pre-admission assessment by a clinical psychologist and a detailed evaluation by Geriatric Psychiatrist at Asha Hospital.
24 x 7 Care Home
Centre In-charge: Mr. Gopal Goud, 95509 54444, 94409 84444, 93963 83222
Red-Cross – Nightingales Trust Dementia Day Care Centre, Hyderabad
Red-Cross – Nightingales Trust Dementia Day Care Centre: This day care is a joint initiative of Indian Red Cross Society Telegana State and Nightingales Medical Trust, Bangalore (nighingaleseldercare.com). It was inaugurated on March 31, 2017, and focuses on cognitive stimulation, physiotherapy, reminiscence therapy, and various such person-centric rehabilitation approaches and can serve up to 50 persons with dementia. Transportation may be available. Please contact them for updated and correct information.
Heritage Elder Care Services
Full-time stay and respite stay is available for persons with dementia at Kshetra, an assisted living from Heritage Elder Care Services. This facility accepts elders with and without dementia. You can see a video on their assisted living at: Kshetra- an Assisted Living Home for Senior Citizens in Hyderabad Opens in new window. The video includes interviews of residents and their relatives.
24 x 7 Care Home
Heritage Medical Centre, 37,KamalapuriColony,Phase 2, Hyderabad 500073 (Landmarks- Sri Satya Sai Nigamam, Green Bawarchi)
Email address: firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com
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A list of Day Care Centers in Hyderabad, said to be published by the Aasara project (a senior-citizen focused Government of Andhra Pradesh project) is available from “Ageing Samachar” at this link: ageingsamachar.weebly.com/day-care-centres.html Opens in new window. Also check out the other links on the website for more information that may be relevant to seniors.Some of these may also support persons with dementia.
The following have hosted dementia-related events/ had experts who talked in events and may be useful resources for dementia: Chetana Hospital (Hyderabad), Visakha Psychiatric Society (Visakhapatnam), King George Hospital (KGH) (Visakhapatnam), VIMHANS hospital, Vijayawada
Additional Listings: Organizations providing services to support home care
Names received from readers/ volunteers/ newspaper reports/ other sources for organizations that provide home care services for seniors. Some of them may support dementia care. Please satisfy yourself about the suitability and reliability while using any such agency for home health helpers.
Life Circle Health Services provides professional caregivers and nurses for home care for chronically ill and bed ridden seniors. They have reportedly been able to provide attendants trained for dementia care. See their services listed on their website at Life Circle: ServicesOpens in new window . Contact them at 040 3088 3788.
Heritage Hospitals- Home Health Care Services Opens in new window provides a range of home health care services, including bedside attendants. Their toll-free number is 1800.102.2424
Possibly useful list of providers on the ARDSI Hyderabad site at: List of Home Care Service Providing Agencies in Hyderabad Opens in new window.
See a very useful list of Bedside Assistants Hiring Agencies in Hyderabad (updated till July 2016)Opens in new window, from Dr. Vyasamoorthy, who is actively working in elder care. According to his data, some of these agencies have mentioned that they have trained their attendants for dementia.
Some multi-city organizations that may be offering support in Hyderabad. Please note, service that is good in one city may not be good in another. Typical services to ask about: home nursing (attendants, nurses, wound care and nursing procedures), physiotherapy, doctor visits, home dental care, sample collections, equipment hire, pharmacy at home, etc. Some of them may claim to support dementia care. List below is alphabetically ordered
Apollo HomeCare (from Apollo Hospitals): Contact 1860 500 8585: Website http://apollohomecare.com/
Unfortunately, it is very difficult to get trained attendants, and many families use general attendants and train them on dementia themselves or with the help of volunteers. Even attendants trained by agencies for dementia often need additional training. Read a detailed discussion on this topic at: Using Trained Attendants for Dementia Home Care. Also, please ensure that you evaluate any service/ facility before using it.
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Prominent organizations working for seniors:
Helpage helpline: This all-India organization with local branches supports senior citizens in multiple ways. They may also offer geriatric physiotherapy.Contact them at 1800 180 1253 (All-India tollfree number). Local Hyderabad office: 040-27427066 / 27428472 / 09440474984 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Local Visakhapatnam office: 0891-2721253 / 09966001594, Email: LM.Srikanth@helpageindia.org, More emails: email@example.com Website: helpageindia.org
Click here for our full list of dementia/ care resources in various Indian languages (currently Assamese, Bengali, Gujarati, Hindi, Kannada, Konkani, Malayalam, Marathi, Punjabi, Tamil, Telugu, and Urdu): Dementia/ Alzheimer’s Resources in Indian Languages
Please contact the resources listed above if you are looking for dementia/ care support. If you are looking for resources in other Indian cities/ regions, or across India, check City-wise/ Region-wise resources andResources across multiple Indian cities. Below are some tips for locating additional resources:
- A list of local services can usually be obtained by surfing the Internet using keywords and the name of the city, and looking for various types of services. Most cities will have some home care services, old age homes, nursing agencies, etc. The larger hospitals of the city will usually have memory clinics, geriatric clinics, or geriatric psychiatry clinics to help the initial diagnosis of dementia. Search for these combined with your city name and other such phrases.
- Use various combinations and alternate city names for more suitable results.For example, you may look for Hyderabad, Hydrabad, Secunderabad, Secundarabad, Guntur, Vijayawada, Visakhapatnam , or whatever else you consider useful. Search using locality names also.
- Updates/ fresh data on dementia support facilities/ services may also be available from the National Dementia Helpline ( 0484-277-5088). E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org) or other helplines handled by the ARDSI National Office (09846198471,09846198786, 09846198473)
- The reception/ nurses at local hospitals often know about agencies that supply attendants/ nurses for home care.
- Many large path lab services also provide home pickup of blood samples.
- Many neighborhood path labs and small clinics are able to send nurses home for some minor procedures, like IV. Some even have contacts of doctors who may be willing to make home visits (you must satisfy yourself about the quality and reliability)
Also note, contact numbers and addresses keep changing. If you have an problems old number/ name of hospital/ doctor, etc., get the latest details using local telephone inquiry/ assistance services.
Please note that Dementia Care Notes does NOT provide any services or any medical consultation.
Disclaimer:Data on this page is provided for information and convenience, and is not an endorsement for any person/ organization/ service/ resource. We make no claims that the contents of this page are either accurate or complete, or that the persons/ organizations listed are reliable or that they are suitable for you (no fitment for purpose is intended or implied).
Page/ post last updated on: February 26, 2018