What to expect
Our ADS Coordinators are specially trained to take care of the elderly. We also have a nurse on staff at every location for regular checkups and in case any emergency should arise. A typical day at UMAS begins with the Morning Prayer and exercise to refresh the body and the soul which is followed by a healthy breakfast. Seniors then read newspapers, color paintings or solve puzzles based on their interest. A nutritious lunch is served every day at our kitchen which is followed by hearty discussions over any topic of interest. Seniors can either play games or watch television based on their interest. The day ends with evening tea and snacks and everybody parts with a promise to meet the next day. We also provide transportation free of charge as a service.
Special days include outings to libraries, temples, public places and grocery stores. We also celebrate all festivals and holidays with splendor at all our centers. The best part of which is that the seniors don’t miss their own country and rejoice as they used to do a few years back.