Celebrate the days of old age

An expo and meet titled ‘Celebrating Age II’ for the retired and the elderly is being organised by Vision India, on October 26 and 27 in the city. The theme is ‘Get ready for life part II’.

Published: 24th October 2013 11:28 AM  |   Last Updated: 24th October 2013 11:28 AM   |  A+A-

An expo and meet titled ‘Celebrating Age II’ for the retired and the elderly is being organised by Vision India, on October 26 and 27 in the city. The theme is ‘Get ready for life part II’. The event will focus on awareness about the well being of the elderly.

Janaki Raman of Vision India says that this inclusive and exclusive edition is a pioneering initiative to bring forth qualitative ageing and productive human talent.

This ‘retirement showcase’ is unique to propagate new age lifestyle opportunities, products and services in an interactive setting. ‘Celebrating Age-II’ is India’s original showcase that is based on retirement for taking it to the next level. Vision India has the complete overview of the evolving market for products and services for the 50 + in India.

The two-day event at Chennai will have many events and contests such as best dressed couple contest, sessions on Geriartic Care, Reiki+Sujok acupressure, an experience sharing on planning for retirement by Dr P S Lalitha Seshadri, Tai Chi master Sifu Ranga Rao session on wellness and fitness, talk by We Care Foundation. It also includes free basic screening of eye and free dental check-up as well as free screening of health by Sankara Nethralaya and much more

Venue: Keys Hotel, Katti Ma, 11/23, Kalakshetra Road, Thiruvanmiyur Chennai - 600 041, India

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