The Economic Times, Jun 18, 2021
Senior citizens, one of the groups most at-risk from coronavirus, have seen their mental health deteriorate significantly in the past months. Moreover, they often shy away from opening up about their mental health for the fear of being judged. Read the article below to know how Tele-mental health is a good option for the elderly struggling with mobility issues or societal stigma.
The HealthSite, Jun 11, 2021
Life expectancy has improved globally and the same is true for India too. Instead of dreading old age, you can take steps to live for 100 years and more and enjoy the journey.
Techgraph, May 28, 2021
“It is estimated that in 2050, there will be more people over 60 in the world than those below 15, in India, seniors will comprise of 20% of the population in 2050, from just about 10% today. Read the article below to know more.”
Financial Express, May 12, 2021
“As a nation -whether we are critical care doctors at top hospitals or septuagenarians suffering from stifling loneliness – we are all asking, “What next”? At its core, this pandemic is primarily a medical challenge being fought by heroic doctors and nurses in ICUs with ventilators and masks. Even an average citizen is now a “Covid warrior” – as aware of Pulse Oximeters and Oxygen Concentrators as is about KKR & CSK!”
BW WellBeing World, Apr 27, 2021
“The COVID-19 pandemic has been difficult for all of us, but it has been devastating for the elderly. The pandemic has increased social isolation, reduced health oversight, heightened underlying anxieties, and lessened the sense of independence among senior citizens. Some, if not all, of these changes will affect the way our seniors age in the future too.”
The Pioneer, Apr 20, 2021
“A sizable number of Bhubaneswar’s elderly population suffers from different health challenges and need special care.
For them, quality healthcare remains unreachable due to high costs. Realizing this, TriBeCa Care, a social organization, has launched its services in the city.”
Odisha News Online, Mar 23, 2021
“50%+ of Bhubaneswar’s elderly suffer from chronic health conditions. While access to good quality healthcare remains expensive, the management of these conditions at home is equally critical, but largely unavailable.”
Express HealthCare, Apr 07, 2021
“Having cared for thousands of seniors at TriBeCa Care, I understand better the secret to a long, happy and productive old age. A relentless and unwavering effort to tweak the lifestyle parameters that you control today, will better your own health, both physical and mental, when you are older. Being fit today will help you take long walks independently when you are 80.”-Prateep Sen
Menafn, Apr 06, 2021
“In July 2015, Tribeca Care launched its online healthcare store to supply homecare respiratory products, wherein prominent medical brands such as Philips, Omron, Nidek, Karma, ResMed, and Vissco were brought under one roof.”
Indus Valley Times, Mar 23, 2021
50%+ of Bhubaneswar’s elderly suffer from chronic health conditions. While access to good quality healthcare remains expensive, the management of these conditions at home is equally critical, but largely unavailable.
Entrepreneur, Mar 23, 2021
“TriBeCa Care is excited to launch in Bhubaneswar. Our aim is simple. To support older loved ones lead an independent life, including responding to any of their emergencies. We also partner with top clinicians in providing high-quality patient care at home,” said Tamojit Dutta, Co-CEO, Tribeca Care.
The Courier, Mar 16, 2021
Home Health Care is the new game-changer and perhaps the most helpful innovation in the entire healthcare segment. The present trend of changing family structure has paved the way for the emergence of Home Health Care companies. TriBeCa Care has emerged as one of topmost Home Health Care platforms in India
Silicon India Startup City, Mar 3, 2021
As a country with limited resources, India is unable to provide free button-quality healthcare to our elderly-like the National Health Services (NHS) does in the UK.
Techgraph, Feb 3, 2021
“To cater for India’s rapidly aging population (Currently over 100 million seniors exploding to 300 Million by 2050), the government has to take a serious view of the infrastructure and regulatory requirements to bring elderly care to global standards, and that is by explicitly including home health care and senior care in its health and health insurance initiatives. ” Prateep Sen, Tribeca Care.
Online and You, Feb 1, 2021
“We are pleased to see the immense focus of the budget in improving India’s healthcare infrastructure. At TriBeCa we have experienced our members facing issues as a result of income tax filing, and believe that the initiative of the Govt to exempt senior citizens from filing income tax (ITR) for senior citizens will be very much welcome.” – Prateep Sen
IBTN9, Feb 1, 2021
“To cater for India’s rapidly aging population (Currently over 100 million seniors exploding to 300 Million by 2050), the government has to take a serious view of the infrastructure and regulatory requirements to bring elderly care to global standards, and that is by explicitly including home health care and senior care in its health and health insurance initiatives. “- Prateep Sen
Odisha Bytes, Jan 24, 2021
“Through standardised help using modern technology, we would like to reach out to 25,000 to 50,000 people in these cities and make a difference in their lives,” says Prateep.
BW Welling, Sept 26, 2020
Remote Care helps the elderly live independently at home – often by using technology that is connected to a 24/7 call centre. By remotely monitoring various metrics
Express Healthcare, Oct 1, 2020
On World Elderly Day, which is marked on October 1, Prateep Sen and Tamojit Dutta, co-CEOs, TriBeCa Care, review the impact of COVID-19 on the elderly and envisage the changes required in senior care services in the country
Coach toolbox, Aug 28, 2020
Each one of us as adult children has to deal with sooner or later, and that is managing and caring for our Elder Parents. Now while this is a reality for nearly all of us, most of us are not willing to talk about it, much less plan for it
Dialogue Room, July 20, 2020
Listen to Divya dialogue with Prateep Sen, Founder, Tribeca Care on the Indian healthcare system and its innovation during COVID-19. Tribeca Care is a home healthcare company that delivers personalised care to patients in the comfort of their own homes…
Healthtech startup reinvents itself to provide homecare to elders amid COVID-19
YourStory, July 20, 2020
It took the startup 24 hours to move from a centralised office-based culture to a fully distributed model to manage thousands of patients and members in their homes. In the next few weeks, it launched new products with robust remote monitoring and wellness components, using stronger workflow management tools…
Business Line, July 14, 2020
When 81-year old Bimalendu Bhushan Bhattacharya suddenly realised that he had difficulty walking around his house, he immediately contacted Support Elders’ Alarm Centre for help. On receiving the emergency call, the company instantly assigned a staff member to rush to his residence and take all necessary steps to ensure his well-being…
The Pandemic has reiterated yet again how vulnerable the elderly truly are
Samay Paribartan, May 31, 2020
The devastation caused by coronavirus witnessed death toll topping 356000 where global cases crossed 5.7 million already. With the entire world dwelling into the darkness to find a solution the issue of geriatric care has once again come to the limelight…
Senior care: A sunrise industry with real challenges
Express Healthcare, May 28, 2020
A society is best judged by how it treats the aged. Tamojit Dutta and Prateep Sen, Co-CEOs, TriBeCa Care share insights on how startups will play a critical role in delivering the vision of a senior-friendly India, that provides compassionate care to the elderly, with minimum fuss and maximum impact…
9 doctor-recommended tips to take care of your parent’s mental health
Healthshots, May 20, 2020
You can’t deny that you’ve taken their care for granted but it is time to ask them how they’ve been feeling because an ageing parent’s mental health matters…
Senior Care Is an Established Industry In the Western World. How Will the Industry Evolve In India?
Entrepreneur India, May 06, 2020
Technology and data will be critical, and India will leapfrog many western economies in building a robust senior care industry that is rooted on the behavioural aspects of the Indian seniors…
Eldercare in the times of a pandemic
India Today, May 11, 2020
The elderly population in the country is some 110 million (8 per cent of India’s population) out of which 40 per cent live alone, i.e., either with an aged spouse or alone in old-age homes. For this lonely generation, COVID-19 has only added to their miseries…
A sliver of silver
The Pioneer, April 11, 2020
Across the world senior citizens are more susceptible to the Coronavirus because their immunity is compromised which is coupled with co-morbidities and pre-existing conditions such as diabetes, hypertension and heart disease…This will climb up to one in seven if aged over 80…
Age-Tech: Helping Senior Citizens manage the Corona stress
BW Wellbeing World, April 08, 2020
Mrs. Sen has been one of the many seniors who have been asked to not leave home during the lockdown period by both her son and her daughter. However, she is one of those rare 82 year olds who have embraced technology to keep in touch with her children and her grandchildren without stepping out of her north Kolkata flat…
It takes a village to protect the elderly: India’s senior living communities race to beat Covid-19 challenges
The Economic Times, April 07, 2020
“For the 100+ mn elderly in India, the lockdown has been difficult for their daily routine,” said Sen and Dutta. “(There is an) Increased incidence of stress, depression and loneliness due to limited movement and limited recreational activities available outside the home – including exercising and social interaction…”
Check out how TriBeCa Care creates a more caring environment for the elderly population
Indian Express, March 06, 2020
Ageing is a global challenge – and in India the ageing crisis is even more intense as public services for the elderly are almost non – existent. With a rapidly growing nuclear family setup and more adult children living away from their parents, there is a very real problem in managing older loved ones at home…
Coronavirus in Kolkata: Corporates step up to help senior citizens manage household work
The Free Press Journal, April 06, 2020
It is a time when senior citizens need help the most during the lockdown, with many household helps not being allowed into buildings while some do not have transport to go to their workplace. The good news is, there is help coming in from corporates, associations and individuals to lend a helping hand…
Tech in Corona-times
Millennium Post, April 03, 2020
This unprecedented global health emergency is being made a tad more bearable all thanks to technology. From telemedicine to online grocers, from drones to video conferencing — technology has been the backbone of medical care, relief, and rescue in COVID-19 times.
Check out how TriBeCa Care creates a more caring environment for the elderly population
Indian Express, March 6, 2020
TriBeCa Care is bringing valuable and much-needed services for the elderly population in the city. From providing medical care to giving them company and most importantly having a robust emergency response infrastructure…
Age-Tech: Digital Technology That Revolutionises Ageing
Silicon India, February 7, 2020
Over the last decade, “Fin-Tech” has dominated global investor interest and user imagination. Now, is the time for “Age-Tech” to shake up the $17 trillion Senior Economy.
Budget 2020: Wish-list for Seniors-Addressing the needs of India’s Senior Citizens
Inventiva, January 24, 2020
Mr Sharma is 85 years old and does not receive a pension. His primary income is interest earning and his main expenditure is increasingly healthcare costs. They worry incessantly about bank interest rates, medical expenses, home care costs and personal safety.
Digital Training for Elderly
The Telegraph, May 17, 2018
The octogenarian’s problems in dealing with modern technology are common among the elderly. Technology can bring more convenience and comfort to their lives but many elders do not know how to use it.TriBeCa Care has started a programme to train the aged in using tech tools that can take the strain off their daily chores.
Royal Ageing- A youth for Seniors
The Telegraph, May 13, 2018
Prateep Sen, Managing Director of TriBeCa Care, talks about the Elder Care services we provide including emotional companionship, 24×7 emergency service & help with hospitalisation. TriBeCa Care had served almost 12,000 people in the past five years.
Grand View Research, Inc. matks TriBeCa Care as Asia Pacific’s leading home care company
PR Newswire, November 16, 2016
Asia Pacific is the fastest growing market owing to its huge aging population base, increasing focus on preventive care, and government initiatives promoting technological innovations. In July 2015, TriBeCa Care launched its online healthcare store to supply homecare respiratory products, wherein prominent medical brands such as Philips, Omron, Nidek, Karma, ResMed, and Vissco were brought under one roof.
India’s elder care company TribecaCare expands beyond Kolkata
Just EARTH News, May 14, 2015
With elder care emerging as a big urban crisis as young members of the families leave their cities for career and greener pastures in other cities or abroad, India’s holistic elder care company TribecaCare, which began working in eastern city Kolkata first in 2013, is expanding their services to other metropolises in India.
How this startup TriBeCa Care is revolutionizing the Elder Care sector?
The Hacker Street, April 23, 2016
From significant investments in elder care infrastructure to training of frontline care workers to partnering with tertiary hospitals, the opportunities and challenges are immense. TriBeCa Care with its different products and services is trying to aid to this particular pain-point.
Professional Care for Elderly at Home
The Telegraph, November 16, 2013
Five NRI friends have come together to address a need Calcuttans living abroad with elderly parents back home have felt for long. TriBeCa Care is the city’s first professionally managed one-stop healthcare platform at home.
TriBeCa Care launches dental care at home in Kolkata
The Times of India, Dec 19, 2016
Dentist at home, a service launched by TriBeCa Care could solve your problems. Aimed at helping the elderly, even busy professionals can avail the service.
TriBeCa Care helps the elderly combat demonetization
The Telegraph, August 19, 2016
On Friday, the TriBeCa Care office didn’t have a single care manager on bench. “Each one are standing in a queue at one bank or the other” – Prateep Sen, joint managing director, TriBeCa Care.