Epoch Dementia Day Care Program

Focussing on emotional well-being

A stimulating and supportive home-like environment for your elderly loved one living with dementia, wherein they can freely engage in planned activities with their peers and receive nurturing care. It focuses on the person as much as the medical condition.

Epoch has 10+ years of relevant experience, trained & professional team, and follows evidence-based, global best practices.

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Timings: 10 am in the morning - 5 pm in the evening


Vermeer House: H 34/16, DLF Phase 1, Gurugram, Haryana

Frida House: 1087 sector 40, Gurugram, Haryana

Monet House: Eon waterfront, Kharadi, Pune, Maharashtra

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Have a look at these articles on dementia by our CEO, Neha Sinha.

"Establishing and nurturing inclusivity is crucial for enhancing the quality of life for individuals with dementia" - Neha Sinha

Since our inception in 2012, our journey has been dedicated to continual learning, aiming to provide a holistic, care offering for elders who need assistance in their daily activities.

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Phenomenon of healthy ageing and physiology of ageing

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Current scenario of eldercare market, is policy strengthening required in our country?

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The effects of the Covid-19 pandemic on neuropsychiatric symptoms in dementia

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Dementia: myths, fact and all you need to know about the neurodegenerative condition

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Elderly are struggling with loneliness and dementia

The importance of mental health is highly underrated globally, and India is not far behind. The first director-general of the World Health Organization (WHO), Dr. Brock Chisholm, in 1954, had rightly declared...

International day of older persons

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What role does food play In dementia management?

People around the globe work to earn their meals. Food acts as an excellent motivator – people know that they have to work in order to “put food on the table”. Food or nutrition plays an essential role...

Check out these blogs on Dementia by our team.

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Loss of Language in Dementia: Understanding the Unspoken Words

Prasita Nair, Head of Clinical Operations

Language is not the only form of communication. Communication is an important part of human life. Can we imagine a life where we are not able to communicate and express our emotions? This is exactly what happens to an elderly diagnosed with dementia, where a loss of language is seen commonly.

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Importance of Environment Design in Dementia Care

Abhishek Mohanty, Design & Marketing

My time with Epoch has made me see design in a very different perspective. The role of design in a dementia care environment is about about creating something which is....

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Recognising and management of pain in dementia

Bipin Babu, Senior Facility Nurse, Frida House

Pain in someone with Dementia, especially in the moderate to the advanced stages can be a challenging issue. The elderly may be unable to express that they are...

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Personalising rooms for people with dementia

Chinchu Joseph, Facility Manager, Vermeer House

I have been with Epoch Elder Care as a Facility Nurse for almost 2 years now and it gave me the opportunity to work with elderly very closely which involved not only taking care of their health and medicines but...

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Dementia Screening and Diagnosis

Dr Naganath Narasimhan Prem, Chief Consultant, Geriatric Medicine

The month of September is celebrated as Alzheimer’s Disease awareness month and 21st September is World Alzheimer’s Day. Dementia is increasing and by 2050 India is expecting...

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