Monday, August 15, 2022

DNipCare Celebrating 75th Independence Day with Cancer Patients of DSCI & its Dharmashala on 15th August 2022 with Fruits Distribution for Patients

On the occasion of 75th Independence Day, the Volunteers of DNipCare celebrated with the Cancer Patients of Delhi State Cancer Institute, Dilshad Garden, New Delhi and its Sir Sobha Singh Dharmashala on 15th August 2022 under the theme 'Freedom from Pain'.  The fresh fruit kits (Apple, Pears, Plums and Banana) were distributed to the Patients.   Mr. Suresh Thaliyaril, Mr. Antony Cyriac, Mr. Abdul Kareem, Mr. Naresh  Wadhwani, Mr. Subin Salam, Mr. Somasekharan, Mr. Antony, Mr. Yunus, Mr. PJ Michael, Mr. Haneen,  Ms. Seema Prasad, Ms. Kasturi Babu, Miss. Syeda Anam, Miss Neha Sheikh, Mr. Desath Chakumbath,  Mr. Shyam Sunder Gupta, Ms. Pearly Sen, Dr. CN Bhargavi, Ms. Ms. Geeta Rani, Ms. Kalpana Gupta,  Miss Aysha,  Miss Beauty, Miss Ntokozo Happiness Ndlovu, Miss Nashra Chaudhary, Miss Neha, Dr. Aparna, Mr. Adil, and KV Hamza, the Volunteers of DNipCare participated in the event.

 















 

Sunday, August 14, 2022

DNipCare Charitable Palliative OP Clinic on 14th August 2022

 

DNipCare Charitable Palliative OP Clinic in association with KMWA, Delhi on 14th August 2022 managed by the Volunteers Team led by Dr. Chacko Charly, Safdarjung Hospital, supported by Mr. Nikhil Krishna Prasad, Nursing Officer, Lal Bahadur Shastri Hospital, Mr. Antony John, Nursing Professional, Ms. Pearly Sen, Bio-Chemist, Jaipur Golden Hospital, Ms. Seema Prasad, Mr. Subin Salam, Mr. Soma Shekharan, Mr. PJ Michael, Mr. Roshan Shah, Miss Beauty, the Volunteers and coordinated jointly by Mr. Suresh Thaliyaril, Secretary DNipCare and KV Hamza, General Secretary.

 

















Medical Camp Shanti Ashram, the Home for Destitute in Jassola Village, Delhi on Sunday, 14th August 2022.

On the eve of 75th Independence Day being celebrated as Azadi ka Amrit Mahotsav, the DNipCare Volunteers after the weekly Charitable Palliative OP Clinic on Sunday, 14th August 2022, held  a Medical Camp and distributed the required medicines for the patients of Shanti Ashram, the Home for Destitute in Jassola Village, Delhi.  Dr. Chacko Charly, Junior Resident VMMC & Safdarjung Hospital  led the team.  The team comprising  Mr. Desanth Chakkambath, Nursing Officer from Safdarjung Hospital, Ms.  Pearly Sen, BioChemist of Jaipur Golden Hospital, Mr. Subin Salam, Mr. Somasekharan Volunteers and KV Hamza, General Secretary DNipCare actively participated and interacted with the patients. Sister Mary FD SHJ jointly coordinated the program with Mr. Suresh Thaliyaril, Secretary DNipCare.


















Sunday, August 7, 2022

DNipCare Charitable Palliative OP Clinic on 07th August 2022

 

DNipCare Charitable Palliative OP Clinic in association with KMWA, Delhi on 07th August 2022 managed by the Volunteers Team led by Dr. Nishad of Calicut, Dr. Shilpa and Dr. Samson Samuel, SR, Burns & Plastic Surgery, Safdarjung Hospital, supported by Mr. Desanth Chakkambath, Nursing Officer, Safdarjung Hospital, Mr. Antony John, Nursing Professional, Ms. Seema Prasad, Mr. Subin Salam, Mr. Asif Mohammed, Mr. Soma Shekharan, Miss Syeda Anam, Mr. PJ Michael, Mr. Shyam Sunder Gupta, Miss Beauty, the Volunteers and coordinated by Mr. Mr. Suresh Thaliyaril, Secretary DNipCare.

 






 

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Wednesday, August 3, 2022

Students on Palliative Care Volunteering on 03rd August 2022

Every day many hundreds of Cancer patients avail their treatment from the Delhi State Cancer Institute, Dilshad Garden, Delhi and reach back their homes.  Some of them, belonging to the far flung areas of adjacent States of Delhi stay back in the attached Sir Sobha Singh Dharmashala of the Institute for availing Radiotherapy, chemotherapy etc on the subsequent days.  Apart from their own spouses, there is none to talk to, interact or mingle with, for these patients.  No relative or family member to visit them at this stage of their disease.  


In this backdrop, the interaction of students Delhi University on Field Work with DNipCare, is really a boon for these patients to rejoice forgetting at least temporarily about the disease they are suffering from and the associated psycho-social issues.


As part of the Palliative Care, it is essential to intervene with different methods of improving their quality of life.  Engaging them on drawing and paintings is one of the methods, which the students carry out with much enthusiasm and happiness.