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Samridhi Charitable Trust is a spiritually oriented, non-profit Organization for terminally ill patients. Our vision is to help alleviate the physical and psychological discomfort associated with progressive and incurable disease.Death is more than just a physical event. Care at Samridhi Hospice will touch every aspect of a patient's life: physical, emotional, spiritual and social.The hospice will create a caring and supportive environment in which patients can pass through this transition with a minimum of distress.

  • The Physical Aspect - At the Samridhi Hospice first-class medical facilities will ensure maximum control over pain and other symptoms. We will offer allopathic as well as complementary and alternative therapies. We will have a team of both professional healthcare workers and trained volunteers to care for our patients.
  • The Emotional Aspect - Samridhi Hospice will provide a sympathetic atmosphere in which people at the end of their lives can review how they are living and dying. For many, death is a time of memories and regrets. Patients and families will be helped to face, understand and finally let go of emotional problems that they have been carrying for years.
  • The Spiritual Aspect - Death is a time when the transitory nature of the physical self becomes starkly evident. It is therefore often a time of questioning and learning. For some, it will be a time to reconcile the limited time and space of their own lives with vast concepts like Eternity and Infinity. As death approaches, people often feel the need to acknowledge a Higher Power in which they can take refuge. Samridhi Hospice will provide spiritual support for its patients and families to journey through this challenging time.
  • The Social Aspect – Samridhi Hospice will also pay close attention to the social needs of our patients and their families. It is particularly evident in less developed countries that practical needs e.g. food, clothing, housing, childcare etc can be a source of deep anxiety and suffering to the patient and family. We will endeavour to relieve such distress through liaison with other local bodies e.g. NGO's, government departments, orphanages, elderly residential homes etc. 

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