~With this expansion Athulya becomes India’s largest assisted living with a total of 500 beds
Bengaluru, 14th June 2022: Athulya Assisted Living, India’s largest assisted living service provider and home healthcare service provider today announced its entry into Bengaluru by opening a 250 bedded premium assisted facility, the first one being located in Hosa Road near Sarjapur and the second facility in Whitefield.
Athulya is the first-of-its-kind premium, tech-enabled facility that is known for its dual approach in providing premium assisted living services and home healthcare for senior citizens. Athulyas’ first Bengaluru facility will fully become operational in a month’s time.
Speaking about this phase of expansion of Athulya’s service in Bengaluru, Mr. G. Srinivasan, CEO and Founder of Athulya Assisted Living said, “Bengaluru is an ideal location for senior living, and we are excited to enter the city with our exclusive offering. The population of independent senior citizens in the city is to the tune of 12 Lakhs and expected to increase to 20 lakhs by 2050”.
He further added, “Senior citizens in Bengaluru can now enjoy the premium care combined with round the clock medical support and clinical attention. At Athulya we guarantee a safe living space for the elders”.
Dr R Karthik Narayan, Managing Director & Founder Athulya Assisted Living, said, “Given the growing elderly population, we need a new model for senior care. Athulya has constantly endeavoured to provide the most ambient environment for senior citizens to live and enjoy a comfortable, safe and secure life. Athulya’s entry into Bengaluru is a step towards creating a robust elder care ecosystem in the country for about 500,000 senior citizens.”
The key focus of Athulya, right from its inception is a dedicated senior citizen care that includes assisted living, palliative care, critical home care and transition care services all under one single roof. According to a recent research Bengaluru is being one of the prominent cities for senior living in India. In addition, India’s elderly population is expected to reach 319 million by 2050.