Tech-enabled, personalised, one-stop senior care platform to offer pan India services by the end of 2019, with affordable, efficient, empatheticcare – empowering all to take care of elderlyloved ones
Since the launch in Hyderabad in 2016, Anvayaa has provided Elder Care to over 800+ families
India, 04 July, 2019 : In a bid to address the growing challenges of ageing-population, elderly health and well-being, Anvayaa Kin Care, India’s leading, Artificial-Intelligence (AI) enabled, holistic& personalised, one-stop, senior care provider, today announced its foray into Chennai and Bangalore, after a successful launch in Hyderabad in Oct-16. Since the launch, Anvayaa has already provided Elder Care to over 800+ families.
Planning a pan-India operations, Anvayaa aims to be the support system for ageing parents who live by themselves, assisting in health, emergency, and daily care – physically, and emotionally while engaging them in social gatherings.
Delivering personalized, comprehensive human-centric, affordable senior care – the cloud based technology platform, empowers onsite workers, and NRIs to effectively care for their parents in the cities. The aim is to help people stressed, or anxious about not being able to look after their parents due to physical distance.
Population ageing is poised to become one of the most significant social transformations of the twenty-first century. As per United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA), the share of population over 60 could increase to 19 per cent in 2050. This is crucial as the care that is currently provided to older adults often falls short of acceptable levels of quality.
Besides, studies indicate that India is ageing fast and may lose the demographic dividend as the country is expected to have 34 crore people above 60 years of age by 2050 that would be more than the total population of the US.What’s alarming is globally, the number of persons aged 80 or over is projected to triple by 2050, from 137 million in 2017 to 425 million in 2050. By 2100 it is expected to increase to 909 million, nearly seven times its value in 2017.
An independent survey conducted by Anvayaa among several hundred families, to gauze the pain points of elderly in urban areas found that there is a huge need for help ranging from paying bills, fetching groceries, accompanying them to parties, theatres and attending to hospital appointments.
Mr. Prashanth Reddy, Founder-Director of Anvayaa Kin Care Private Limited said, “The scarcity of trained caregivers to deal with the health, social and economic needs of an ageing population continues to be perhaps the most serious handicap faced by many countries.As the fast ageing population struggleswith deep loneliness, technology can be a great enabler and come to the rescue of our dear ones. The industry need to think ahead of the curve in terms of how to tap technology in a way that meets the daily needs of baby boomers beyond aid safety devices and monitoring health, but also bridging the distances between ageing parents and their children.
Anvayaa’s holistic, human-centric, technology platform offers affordable, one-stop, personalised senior care solution, providing healthcare assistance, emergency care, socialisation assistance, daily needs assistance, and payment management.Our innovations include IoT and AI driven platform to ensure proactive care and exclusive e-commerce site for elderly.“
Some of the Anvayaa’s services include elder care, health care assistance, daily care services, leisure care, payment care, emergency care and service like visa, passport, ticketing and legal services. The payment options is subscription based for more information please visit www.anvayaa.com
The Hyderabad based tech start-up Anvayaa was conceived in the year 2016 by Prashanth Reddy and Deepika Reddy with a vision to provide tech-enabled senior care. Looking at raising funds for geographic expansion, the company is scouting for partnership with the entire ecosystem like Health Care Providers, and Insurance Providers to drive sustained growth, and deliver quality care for elderly.