Age Well in your Old Age

Press Release

On the occasion of UN International Day of Older Persons on 1st October, Agewell Foundation salutes all older persons. Himanshu Rath of Agewell said, “Let’s all of us work towards bringing a little more certainty and fun in the lives of old people around us.”

Old Age is a natural phenomenon. With increasing life span and better facilitation, longevity has increased progressively over the years. It is an unavoidable part of everybody’s life cycle and should be lived gracefully rather than grudgingly. No one should let the mind surrender to conditions of body in old age because a human mind always remains young.

In today’s fast paced world one only starts noticing signs of old age much after the gradual process is well underway. After retirement, most of older persons develop a complex of becoming redundant and unimportant.

As age sets in, it affects older persons’ body and many old age problems start setting in.

Agewell advisory
for comfortable old age


Optimism makes all the difference.

The glass is never half empty.
It is always half full.


Social interactions have no

relation to age. Continue
meeting friends, reading,
watching TV, going to places
of worship, participating in
cultural programs & being
active in extra-curricular activities.


The key to graceful old age is

being as financially independent
as possible.


Strengthen bonds with family.

After all, it is the one social
formation that stays with an
individual for life.


Never ignore health problems.

If proper medical treatment
is sought in time it will help
in faster recovery and save the
agony & anxiety of family members.

For any old age related problems, call
Agewell Helpline-29836486/ 29840484

Agewell Foundation
M-8A, Lajpat Nagar-II, New Delhi-110024 Ph.: 011-29836486, 29840484

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