The Epoch Story
Epoch Elder Care was founded by Kabir Chadha in 2011 to meet the growing need for elderly care and services in India. Originally a Home Care provider with a special focus on companion care, psychological support & home management, Epoch offered services in Delhi-NCR, Mumbai and Pune to over 300 seniors.
With the course of time, our team realized that providing home care was not enough. Many seniors were in need of constant nursing care and supervision, and several had no local family support. In 2014, we decided to change our model and switch to residential care and thus Epoch Assisted Living came to life. In a short span of time, Epoch has grown to be an industry leader in both elder and dementia care and a brand that is trusted by families for the care of their loved one.
To provide holistic, person-centered care that enables seniors to have the highest quality of life.
To be India's leading elder care organization both in terms of the quality of our care, as well as the number of elderly we serve.
People at Epoch
Board of Advisors
Kabir founded Epoch Elder Care in 2012. A graduate of Stanford University, Kabir had been working with McKinsey and Company for almost 4 years before he decided to move back to India in 2011. While living with his grandmother, he was struck by the tremendous gap in services for senior care in India and was inspired to devise a solution – and thus Epoch Elder Care came into being. Kabir is proud of the many accomplishments the team at Epoch has achieved and believes they are some of the most caring and passionate individuals. As an active member of the board, he strives to make Epoch India's leading senior living provider both in terms of quality of care and number of seniors served. Currently, Kabir works at Coursera, an educational technology company that is democratizing education for individuals. Kabir loves solving math and logic puzzles, but likes asking others to solve them even more.
Lackhsmi Vijai Singh
A Registered Nurse (RN) trained in the UK, Vijai has extensive international work experience in the UK, Canada and Hong Kong. She managed the only English-speaking elder care facility in Hong Kong for over 14 years and was involved with its total restructuring. Vijai also has several years of experience managing a 44-bed medical floor in a hospital, including a 4-bed Coronary Care Unit. Although currently retired from nursing, Vijai works as a consultant and assists different organizations in setting up elderly facilities in Hong Kong and Asia.
Mathew Cherian is the Chief Executive of HelpAge India, a leading advocacy and caregiver non-profit for the elderly. An engineering graduate from the Birla Institute of Technology and Science, Pilani, he is among India’s first rural managers from the Institute of Rural Management, Anand. Previously, he was the Director of Oxfam, an international non-profit focused on alleviating global poverty. He is also on the Board of HelpAge International, Guidestar International, and several other non-profits. He is Member of the National Council of Senior Citizens, the National Foundation for Communal Harmony and is the current Independent Commissioner for Geriatric Health with India’s Ministry of Health. He is passionate about long-term care in India and enjoys working with the dynamic team at Epoch.