Rotary E-Club of Metro Dynamix in association with Swarga Foundation organized SWASTHA - Wellness and Pain Management Camp. The project is expected to continue in phases.
Camp 1 - Pain management Camp in Government College, Puliakulam,Coimbatore
Rtn Swarnalatha of Swarga Foundation and our dear club member organised our very first wellness and pain management camp held at Govt College, Puliakulam. President Elect of Coimbatore Club of Metropolis, Rtn Shanti Suresh graced the occasion and addressed about entrepreneurship.
Dr. Uthra from Rao's Hospital spoke about PCOD awareness and Rtn Swarnalatha addressed students on wellness, empowerment and Multiple Sclerosis awareness. A total of 250+ students participated in this camp. Team from Swarga Foundation also conducted one-on-one consultation to staff and students
Camp 2 - Sungam Bus Depot, Coimbatore
Camp 2 was conducted on Nov 15th 2021 to mark the International Diabetes day. Around 150 bus drivers and conductors from Tamilnadu State Transportation Corporation(TNSTC) were screened for Diabetes. Posture corrections, lifestyle and diet changes were recommended to the beneficiaries. Those who need physiotherapy, counseling and Ayurveda treatments have been referred to our Sowkhya Pain Rehab Clinic where we will be providing all such treatments free of cost.
Mr. R Arumugam, MD, TNSTC, Rtn. Varatharajan, District Chairman Community Service - Medical and Rtn. Balakrishnan, Asst. Governor 3201 graced the occasion.
Camp 3 -Twinkle in a Wrinkle
Twinkle in a Wrinkle was a wonderful initiative to cater to the senior citizens.
The project was launched in 4 government run senior citizen homes, where we will be providing individual physiotherapy sessions and group exercises and regular health checkups. Project Duration : Jan 1st to June 30, 2022.
Camp 4 -Healthcare for Hospice
Corporation runs hospice centers, maintained by Helping Hearts, which runs homes across 4 locations in and around Coimbatore. We visited Kempatty Colony Old Age home, senior citizens mostly abandoned/orphaned by their families, picked up from streets are found. Our club supported them with diapers and emergency medicines worth Rs 36K.