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Ashiana Housing’s CCRCs or Care Homes provide senior residents with care customised to their medical needs in the familiarity and comfort of home-like environment. With flexible housing options – services, amenities and round-the-clock care tailored to their health and wellness needs, your parents can continue to live a healthy, happy and safe life.

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types of care

Provision of medical support and trained medical staff to deal with a range of progressive illnesses such as Alzheimer’s, Dementia, Arthritis, Osteoporosis and Parkinson’s

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trained staff

Equipped with over 114 hours of training, our professional and warm caregivers compassionately deal with physical and emotional needs of patients. Staff is available 24x7 to administer medicine, take residents for walk and help them with physical activities.

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emergency care

CCRC armed with an emergency response system, medical store, trained nurses available 24X7, ambulance and paramedic staff, an on-call doctor and OPD services.

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other facilities

Beyond medical needs, we also provide other need-based services to our residents such as housekeeping, laundry, grooming support and daily chore management.

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social engagement

We design special activities tailored for the residents’ physical, emotional and mental well-being. Activities include memory jog art games, singing events and light sport competitions that build recall and develop physical strength of the residents.

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interface with NOK

The Next to Kin (NOK) are sent a regular report card with photographs for updates on their parents’ health, fitness progress and their level of involvement in Ashiana activities.


  • "Mom and I visited UCH at Jaipur on Sunday, Sept 25, 2016. Our objective was primarily to meet Bishu to personally thank him for the wonderful care he had taken of Mamu in the initial years. Abhishek was also there and, everyone greeted us very warmly and, it was such a pleasure to meet them! UCH Jaipur is beautiful and we really liked it. I would also like to add, that though Guganji is not with UCH anymore, we cannot forget him for the excellent support and care he provided whether it was arranging ambulance or caregivers at short notices or, liaising with accounts or anything else…..he was prompt and did his job very well, he was a pillar of strength during our difficult days and, I feel bad that he had to go this way. If anyone of you happen to speak to him, please remember him on our behalf."

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