Elder Care Services Bangalore

When you feel the need for a professional elder care service for your loved one, you start the journey by finding the best home care service provider. AdvantAGE Seniors provides the senior care you need for your loved ones.

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Home Care elder care services in bangalore

Home Care

When you felt the need for a professional care giver for your loved one, you start the journey by finding the best home care service provider. Elder care services are a growing part of the healthcare market. It seems everywhere you turn these days new elder care services providers are sprouting.

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Coma Care elder care services in bangalore

Coma Care

Years in the long term elder care industry, advantAGE seniors is concerned with the care of coma patients in our community. We believe and advocate that the comatose person also deserve the same care and attention as any other patient.

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Assisted Care Facility elder care services in bangalore

Assisted Care Facility

Are you looking for a place to keep your loved one?

Home is the first and the best option for the elders and we call it "aging in place"! However, many a time, home fails to extend the support systems needed for adequate elder care giving during infirmity.

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What Do They Say?

The people that have experienced our services have written a thing or two about our services which indicates that we are indeed the best elder care service provider in Bengaluru.

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  • This place has been a God send for my Grandma. She cared for us and our kids when she was younger and unfortunately for us we cannot physically be there to care for her these gold years. Advantage seniors has taken it to another level and taken over our job with a smile. Many of us have visited her and noticed how well she is cared for. God bless all those souls who care for our seniors with love, affection and compassion.

    Janaki Shukla Janaki Shukla

  • The Advantage seniors facility is like a rare gem. Having visited multiple places, nothing came even close to this place in terms of cleanliness, good food, selfless service, a hands on competent team and the fact that they really care for the patients. I am eternally grateful to Soumya and her team for taking care of my aunt and granny in the best way. It is also the only care facility of its kind that I found to be transparent in their day to day operations and extend su...

    Aarathi Ramnath Aarathi Ramnath

  • My mother in law was bed ridden and was in bad condition initially. After we admitted her in advantage seniors she has undergone great changes and is completely fine now. Personalized care, home cooked food, and attention given by all care takers and staff makes her feel like home. Cleaniness and hygiene is impeccable. Dr.Soumya, Ms.Swetha & staff nurses are doing a great service for all. Thank them from my heart.

    Rashmi Bhatia Rashmi Bhatia

  • I am so thankful to the entire team of the facility. They really take good care of my in-laws making the place very homely with lot of patience and kindness. The accommodation is very clean and pleasant. All the services including nursing, housekeeping, food are good. Best part is our parent in-laws are so safe, secured and happy.

    Neeraja Kodavana Neeraja Kodavana

  • Advantage seniors took care of both of my parents at the end of their lives. We had their care givers in our home for 5 years. Not once did we have a bad experience with a caregiver. The level of care and the compassion and caring spirit of the owners, managers, and the wonderful caregivers was incredible. Kudos! I can only hope to be so lucky.

    Rajeshwari Prasad Rajeshwari Prasad

  • This place truly keeps up to it's name 'Advantage'. My mother who is diagnosed with Parkinson's and other age related problems is being well taken care of. She is very happy, loves the food that is served, usually it is the food that is always complained, so this speaks for it. Nursing care and cleanliness is upto the mark. Great endeavour by Sowmya, the very fact my mother considers Sowmya as one of her daughters speaks volumes for itself. Please contiune the noble job...

    Vanamala Ramesh Vanamala Ramesh

  • One of the best center for taking care of old aged/deceased patients/citizens. The facility is almost like a very clean hotel. I never found this kind of nice facility/treatment for aged/deceased people anywhere in and around Mangalore/Bangalore. Hats off to Roshan Jacob Sir and Soumya Madam. They are the role models in this type selfless service

    Dinesh Bhatt Dinesh Bhatt

  • I had admitted my paternal uncle last year in July. The nursing staff took good care of him during his stay there. The place is "spic & span". Kudos to Ms Soumya Laxmi for managing her team in a professional manner. Ms Soumya is the "soul & heart" of this initiative. Any issues raised by me was immediately attended to by her. She takes an empathetic outlook regarding the work that she does & tries to mentor her team members accordingly.

    RK Rao RK Rao

  • "My recommendation is based on my assessment of Advantage on five key attributes important to families of residents - 1. CAPABILITY: They provide the best care possible in the circusmtances, constantly guiding the family to determine the best course of action depending on the situation. As experts in the field of gerontology, they are passionate about what they do, and are well connected to specialists and hospitals when the need arises. 2. PASSION & COMPASSION: Out of ...

    Manju Prabhu Manju Prabhu

  • "My bedridden mother who is a Dementia patient & also suffering from Parkinson’s disease is being looked after by advantAGE Seniors at their care home. I have liked the following 1. Patient hygiene & overall cleanliness of the entire facility. 2. Management style; the staff are positively engaged in what they are doing. 3. Food quality & the eatables/drinks timetable they follow for patients. 4. Ms.Soumya, Mr.Roshan & their team are a group of compassionate people. S...

    Seshagiri Bk Seshagiri Bk

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Case Studies

We have had the previlege to serve so many seniors in our last 15 years of career. In these years we have accumilated some of the case studies we have come across in our elder care service.


Shivasubramoniam 76, was a former Indian Cricketer who played many test matches in yester years, is today a bundle of bones torn apart by a dreaded disease and helplessness. Money was never a problem, since the companies he set up are all running well. All the children, three boys and a daughter are all settled in Chicago.

“What is the use of money and children. I’m blessed with both but is of no use. I live the life of a destitute”. Suri laments. “You end up losing everything you have worked for, plus your self-respect,” the words portraying the many facets of old age in this country.


Oh God, wish it was unseen!!!

I was accompanied by our nurse manager to visit Mr. Patwardhan following a telephone call from his daughter Ms. Rekha. Her need was to dress up her father’s pressure sores.


Two years ago, former dancer Sheila Ramanujam faced the toughest situation of her life. After a heart-to-heart talk with her doctor, she came to the reality that at the age of 76 she’ll have to care for her 48 year old son Shiva who came from US diagnosed with MND and ailing.

In the early 80’s, Shivaramakrishnan, a former IIT Kharagpur student went to US to pursue higher studies and then decided to settle in Silicon valley. Everything in life till 42, seems to have worked out as he planned including his marriage to his classmate of North Carolina University and bringing up the 3 girl children.

Frequently Asked Questions - Faq's

Answer is simple, our practice past 20 years taught us that most of the conditions worsen due the lack of adequate preventive care. Adopting appropriate preventive protocols, one can prevent many untoward incidents there by avoiding hospitalisation. Thus , Falls, Urinary Tract Infections, Aspiration, Bed sores, and malnutrition can be contained to a certain extent.
Yes. You agree that you are getting old and there is chance that you may cross 80's. It is natural that we want to gloss over the fact that one day there is a possibility of some sort of disability or chronic diseases afflicting you. Remember the life is riddled with uncertainties. It is better to be prepared for such an eventuality. All your life you planned and executed your life; your career, your house, your finance, then why not plan your old age. It makes the life easier for your children and spouse. We will help you navigate the rough patch if there is any in the fag end of your life. It is better to have clarity, than to leave it to fate.
It is a relatively new term used in long term care of the elders. “Culture change” is the common name given to the national movement for the transformation of older adult services, based on person-directed values and practices where the voices of elders and those working with them are considered and respected. Core person-directed values are choice, dignity, respect, self-determination and purposeful living. Culture change in long-term care is about meaningful relationships and service, where caregivers and staff really know the people they care for, so that individuals can continue to live a meaningful life and feel “at home” wherever they are. Part of feeling at home is creating living spaces that are more private, comfortable, and personalised. We adopted culture change in our practice.
Yes. As a person, you have your own likes and dislikes. A discussion with the immediate family about your intentions and wishes will give clarity to your golden years. This will avoid conflict of interest and easier for the immediate family as you have already made things clear. No ambiguities or you never left any space for guessing. In our country, in the absence of advance directives as a legal document, a discussion of your likes and dislikes is a must. Read along with the previous question.
Polypharmacy, is very common in the elderly. Periodic review of medications are a must for the elderly. This is because the elders have chronic conditions for which they are medicating from a long time. Also few have the habit of changing the physicians very often. In between, you may have prescribed for a acute phase. Unknowingly, few elders continue to take these medications for a long time. Unless you are educated properly about medications you end up taking pills for no reason which is dangerous too.
Your infirm elderly parents definitely need your physical, emotional and financial support. Though they may not openly demand anything from you, you are obligated to dole out love and care. Many of the elders, insist that they don’t want to burden you with their needs, but you cannot close eyes to their needs. When you are the primary care giver of your elderly parents, the onus of ensuring the best care lies on you. In many cases, children dodge best options citing various reasons, like “we hate institutionalisation of our parents” “the care home is far from home” “my parents may not be comfortable to keep a full time care giver at home”, instead the elderly parents are kept at home with compromised care. When selecting the care plan or care setting, keep your elderly parents best interest as first priority. Another trend we noticed is the ‘money crunch’, when it comes to parents care. Remember these parents never compromised your well being, though they have limited income and you were the priority.
Transitional care management is our forte. Upon discharge from hospitals, our transitional care team visit the hospital to understand the condition, medications and the post discharge care. We then co-ordinate with the existing acute care treatment team and family members or community care settings where patient is going to get shifted to and draw a transitional care plan before discharge. Transitional care will help regain the health and also in reducing the readmissions.
Our team can help you select the right care service provider by evaluating the level of competency. It is very important to find out the caregivers knowledge about diseases and it’s management. We also find how well versed they are about the geriatric syndromes. We also find out the agencies policies regarding preventive care protocols, emergency protocols, complain redressal policies, and continuum of care policies etc. As this is an unorganised sector with no government regulation, lot of agencies started operating just as any other business. Elder care or long term care is a passion and it is not a ‘business’ in the strict sense. Majority of the agencies, have no policies or basic knowledge about elder care. Before we recommend any agency, we find out the qualifications of the people who run it and the training imparted to their caregivers. A thorough evaluation is done because these agencies can fleece you and take advantage of your helpless situations.
You can contact ECE team, when you feel your elderly parents ‘care needs’ are changing. When ever you feel there is a change in the mental, emotional and physical health, change in dependency for ADLS, or when the current care plan is inadequate in order to achieve optimum care. A regular evaluation once a month can be adopted as a part of Preventive care plan. We are available for any number of consultations.
It will cost around INR 5000/- for a social gerontologist onsite visit. Through this visit, he/she will study the disease progression, evaluate the physical and psychosocial parameters, study the geriatric syndromes, conduct a medication review and enlighten the preventive care aspects. After this visit, a detailed care plan is drawn and shared with the family.
We have CCM program for older adults who has fewer filial support systems. We visit once in fortnightly and monitor the care given to the older adults, bodily changes, overall health assessment, checking the medication orders, assessment of progression of disease, nutrition intakes, etc. This will include a fortnightly visit and SOS visits, it will cost an annual retainer fee of INR 12,000/- and each fortnightly visit will costs INR 2000/- SOS visits will costs around 2500/-. A report will be generated for each visit and shared.
Family dysfunction or sibling rivalry may affect elderly parents care. Difference of opinion regarding care of older parents may result in mismanaged care of older parents. We act as mediators between the family members and help them achieve a win-win situation.
Yes. Many a time families find it difficult to take a client to a doctor’s office for consultation for want of time as you have hectic work schedules. Thus regular health check-up is getting postponed. We can coordinate and help you plan a consultation with a consultant at the hospital, also help coordinate an admission into a hospital, both planned hospitalisation and emergency hospitalisation. This service is extended to older adults who sign in for Foster Care with us. The facilitation charge will be Rs. 3500/- per half day and if it extends beyond it will be 5000/-. Both will attract actual taxi fare.

Our Privacy Policy

We respect the privacy of our client’s protected health information and are committed to maintaining our client’s confidentiality. This notice applies to all information and records related to our clients that our facility has received or created. It extends to information received or created by our employees, staff, volunteers and physicians. This notice informs you about the possible uses and disclosures of your protected health information. We understand your rights and our obligations regarding our clients protected health information. Protected health information is any information that is created or received by a health care provider that either identifies the resident, or could reasonably be used to identify the resident, that relates to the physical or mental condition of the resident, the provision of health care to the resident or the payment for that health care.

This privacy policy applies to all our customers whose personal data is collected and processed by advantAGE seniors. advantAGE seniors values your custom and knows how important protecting your privacy is to you. That is why we never sell, rent or give any of your personal details to anyone else for marketing purposes. We will only collect and process your personal data when we have lawful bases for doing so. We have described uses and disclosures below and provide examples of the types of uses and disclosures we may make in each of these categories.

For Treatment, we will use and disclose your protected health information in providing you with treatment and services. We may disclose your protected health information to facility and non-facility personnel, who may be involved in your care, such as physicians, nurses, nurse aides, and therapists. For example, a nurse caring for you will report any change in your condition to your physician. We may also disclose protected health information to individuals who will be involved in your care even after you leave our facility because it is vital to to continue the care and treatment.

For Payment, we may use and disclose your protected health information so that we can bill and receive payment for the treatment and services you receive at our facility. For billing and payment purposes, we may disclose your protected health information only to the designated family member who is responsible for payments.

Some things that should go without saying evidently need to be reinforced. We make sure our skilled nursing home has a written policy prohibiting staff from taking or using photos or recordings in any way that would demean or humiliate a resident and subject them to mental abuse. We never use any photograph of our clients for promotional purposes like social media and digital marketing. Visitors unrelated to the clients are also barred from interacting with the inmates to protect the privacy.

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