Kerala government plans 70 more day-care centres for the elderly in state

  • | Tuesday | 22nd October, 2019

By Express News ServiceTHIRUVANANTHAPURAM: With nuclear families on the rise, many elderly parents are forced to depend on old-age homes. To help such people socialise and enjoy the dusk of their lives, the Social Justice Department has come up with a plan to open more daycare centres for elders in the district. The multi-facility daycare centres are being set up with the help of the local self-government bodies. Day-care centres will help them engage in recreational activities and make their lives better,” said Mukundan U, assistant director, Social Justice Department. About 70 day-care centres will be set up in the state as part of the project.

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