Senior Co-Living at India Home

Written by: Sumi Sarkar

In a heartwarming celebration of togetherness, India Home proudly inaugurated its senior co-living space on January 16th, 2024.   Esteemed guests, including President of the Borough of Queens, Donovan Richards Jr., graced a momentous ribbon-cutting ceremony.           

This initiative redefines the concept of elderly care, offering a haven that resonates with the warmth and comfort of one’s “Maayeka,” or mother’s house. At India Home, the essence of co-living transcends beyond mere accommodation; it embodies the spirit of familial bonds, fostering joy, safety, and unparalleled tranquility. The carefully crafted environment ensures that our elderly members experience a sense of independence while bidding farewell to the daunting specter of loneliness.

The concept of co-living for seniors represents a paradigm shift in elder care, acknowledging the profound impact of communal living on overall well-being. Beyond mere physical space, it cultivates a rich tapestry of shared experiences, mutual support, and vibrant personalities. Every facet of India Home’s co-living home is designed to nurture a sense of belonging and purpose. 

Within the walls of our co-living space, residents find not just a roof over their heads, but a network of kindred spirits, a source of unwavering support, and a fountain of cherished memories waiting to be made. Each day becomes a celebration of life, laughter, and the enduring beauty of human connection. The safety and security at India Home’s co-living space go hand in hand with the freedom to explore, create, and savor life’s simple pleasures. Weaving a safety net of care and compassion, we empower our seniors to embrace each day with renewed vigor, knowing that they are part of a community that cherishes and respects them. 

Hear more from India Home’s Executive Director Dr Vasundhara Kalasapudi & Board President Mr Mukund Mehta!