A story of an Indian expat who met his parents after the first few months of lockdown to realize that they had got older and may need him.
A case study with three parts explaining how ParentCare has helped Geetu (Singapore) and her 70-year-old father (Mumbai).
Archana lives in New York, but her father (80) is back in India. When he had to book physiotherapy and doctor check-ups, she wanted to help.
For Nirupama in Australia the struggle to support her parents in Pune became obvious when her father had to undergo an eye surgery in the middle of the world’s pandemic.
Jai shares his story of being depressed after his wife’s cancer and his children moving abroad, then finding joy in his passion for music.
The first in our series of stories of NRI caregiving experience, Jyoti Shah, an NRI from Boston, USA, shares the journey of caregiving for her mother in India.
Three NRIs — from California, Miami, and London, got together for a candid chat about long-distance caregiving.
Meet Pooja Sharma, an NRI from Mumbai and now living in Boston, USA. Her father lives alone in Mumbai, after her mother’s death a few years ago. In 2019, while she was in Mumbai for a visit, her father was diagnosed with early signs of dementia.
As an NRI and an experienced startup founder, I have set a goal to resolve the practical hurdles of long-distance support and help all members of the global Indian diaspora including myself.
NRIs often turn into long-distance caregivers for their parents in India- trying to arrange range of medical services and coordinating these services across borders and time zones.