Mr. Murugesan, aged 70, has been working as a sweeper in a private hospital. Over the past two years, his health has deteriorated, affecting his overall well-being. This has made it difficult for his wife to take care of him. Therefore, both Mr. Murugesan and his wife have requested assistance from the Aishwaryam Trust for his care. As there is no one else in their family available to provide further help and care, the Aishwaryam Trust took the initiative to admit him to our "Nethravathi Pain and Palliative Care" facility in Vilachery, Madurai on 05/06/2023. This was done to ensure he receives the necessary medical treatment and care. Currently, Mr. Murugesan is receiving all the required medications, proper food, accommodation, and round-the-clock nursing care. The family now feels a sense of safety and expresses gratitude for the opportunity to improve Mr. Murugesan's quality of life. For further inquiries, please contact 7540050088.
On March 5, 2023, Pandi, who is 82 years old, was reunited with his family after four months of receiving continuous physiotherapy for a left hip fracture and aging-related issues that made it difficult for him to stand or sit. Thanks to the therapy, Pandi can now sit and move independently, and he is very happy.
Similarly, on March 9, 2023, Vaithyanathan, who is 65 years old, was reunited with his family after a year of continuous physiotherapy for a back bone fracture that made it impossible for him to stand or sit. Vaithyanathan can now sit and move independently, and he is also very happy.