To help elderly and orphan children in its own way, the Noida authority has planned to construct a specially designed old age home cum orphanage and parks. A budget of Rs 300 crore has been allotted for building the centre.
“The project strives to provide excellent care for the senior citizens and orphan children in a homely environment. Orphans need love and guidance and elderly need care and respect. The young children would get an opportunity to learn from the rich experience of the elders” said, Saumya Srivastava Deputy Chief Executive Officer, Noida Authority.
The centre will be constructed near sector 62 Noida. The plot measures to 5000 sq metre and has additional 5.5 acre designated for lush green park area. On completion it would cater to 216 adults and 160 children approximately. The four storied center is designed to have a library, health care facility rooms, medical emergency rooms, dining areas, and activity rooms.
The center plans to have common interactive sessions for the elderly and orphaned children to develop bonding between them. The “Dada-Dadi park” will also be created next to it on 5.5 acre of land. It will give all members a green, landscape view from all the windows and balconies.
The centre will be four storeyed building and each floor will have 8 four bedded rooms, 11 two bedded rooms along with 2 ten bedded dormitory and two bedded rooms for maids. Separate hall for yoga and meditation will also be there to inculcate and nurture healthy lifestyle. Each floor will also have a common room for elderly and orphaned children which will have facilities for indoor games.