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Information about recreation centres for senior citizen on 22 07 200

Published on December 12, 2007

Author: Denise


Slide1:  Welcome to the Presentation on Recreation Centres for Senior Citizens in Delhi Rashmi Singh Joint Director, Dept of Social Welfare Govt. of NCT of Delhi 22.07.2005 Slide2:  Recreation Centres for Sr. Citizens Topics of Presentation Purpose Services Present Status Challenges Stakeholders Role of Departments Suggested Modules Issues for Consideration Slide3:  Recreation Centres for Sr. Citizens Purpose The purpose of setting up Recreation Centres for the Old Age Persons is to: Provide a platform for senior citizens to spend time with others in the same age group To give a sense of belonging for a unit specially meant for senior citizens To meet the recreational and emotional needs of senior citizens To make use of these centres to address other concerns related to senior citizens Slide4:  Recreation Centres for Sr. Citizens Services Friendly environment geared for the user profile TV/ Music System Newspapers/ Magazines Books Religious discourses Yoga and meditation sessions Health and nutrition awareness Geriatric care linkages Indoor games Slide5:  Recreation Centres for Sr. Citizens Present Status The Department has a plan scheme for 70 recreation centres in all assembly constituencies of Delhi . 34 centres set up by MCD. 2 centres set up by NDMC. 15 centres are currently functional. Slide6:  Recreation Centres for Sr. Citizens Challenges MCD not able to operationalize many of the centres (poor response from users/ locational problems). To operationalize those centres that are not operationalized and establish new centres. Modality of implementation to be user friendly/ participatory. Slide7:  Recreation Centres for Sr. Citizens Stakeholders Social Welfare Department Local bodies Health Department Senior Citizen’s Association /RWAs Education Department Public Representatives Slide8:  Recreation Centres for Sr. Citizens Role of Departments Social Welfare Department Setting of a core co-ordination committee and area wise committees involving stakeholders. Sensitization and mobilization of the beneficiaries in the scheme Co-ordinate necessary inputs for meeting health needs, recreational needs, yoga, meditation, bhajans etc. Health Department Organizing geriatric care facilities at the centre Organizing facilities in the hospitals for referrals Slide9:  i Recreation Centres for Sr. Citizens Role of Departments Education Department Promoting association of children with senior citizens through SUPW activities. Value Education Taking up yoga/ meditation activities Local bodies Providing space (community centre/ halls) Entering into tripartite agreement for centres created by local bodies Slide10:  i Recreation Centres for Sr. Citizens Role of Departments Senior Citizens Associations / RWAs Forming representative bodies of senior citizens in all areas Help in identifying suitable locations Help in day to day management Organizing voluntary services Help in organizing infrastructure support (facilities) required for the centre Taking initiatives of organizing activities to make centre vibrant (picnics, talks, Kavya- Gosthi) Slide11:  Recreation Centres for Sr. Citizens Suggested Modules Government builds the centres and runs it directly with regular staff (NDMC model, few MCD enteres). Government constructs and transfers it management to Senior Citizens Association / RWA (few MCD centres). The RWA / Association offer space and runs centre through budgetary support from the Department. Slide12:  Recreation Centres for Sr. Citizens Issues for Consideration The spatial distribution of the recreation centre User profile Mechanism to assess viability of the location Nature of activities Facilities to be provided Slide13:  Recreation Centres for Sr. Citizens Issues for Consideration Manpower required Extent of citizen’s participation and that of senior citizen association. Expected role of government The recurring and non-recurring costs involved Fee structure/ user charges Slide14:  Director (Social Welfare) GLNS Complex, Behind Ambedkar Stadium Delhi Gate, Delhi Email: For more information please visit : Thank you Suggestions on issues raised may be given at the following Add/e-mail

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