TMECS was established with a dream, a dream of keeping your loved ones close to you; of helping you put together a system – exactly the kind you would find in a care home- in the comfort of your own home, within the reach of your resources! Research has often indicated a steep decline that individuals with various types of neuro-degeneration experience when a change in their surroundings is made; so you can only imagine what uprooting their entire existence to move them to a care home would do to them!
Together with TMECS, you can put together a care plan which addresses every need of your elderly in the comfort of their home; we help you through services like:
- Cognitive Stimulation Therapy (Daily/Weekly Visits)
- Initial and Regular Needs Assessment
- Family Counselling
- Training Staff
- Dynamic Care Plan
We do not believe in selling you boxed packages of care because we believe the most effective ones don’t come boxed! We tailor our care to best encompass your elderly’s needs. We understand that every individual, every neurological disorder is different and we go to great lengths to translate this understanding when helping you set up the perfect at-home care system!
We are primarily based in Mumbai and this is where we offer all our services, but ideas have no boundaries and hence, if you or your loved one is based out of Mumbai, do not hesitate to drop an email – we might be able to work something out for you!
Tanvi Mallya is a Neuropsychologist, and the Founder of Tanvi Mallya’s ElderCare Services. She is a Visting-Faculty member for the Masters’ programme at St. Xavier’s College, Mumbai. She is also the co-founder of Mannmitr – an upcoming digital content platform devoted to making accurate mental health information, contextualized for Indian culture, accessible to all.
She has worked in the elderly mental health space, with her team, in Mumbai since 2014 and is a well-known expert in the field, often quoted in media for her expertise. Prior to TMECS, while specialising in Neuropsychology at the University of Bristol (UK), she was associated in researching the genetic basis of early-onset Alzheimer’s Disease and it’s manifestations in association with the Avon Longitudinal Studies of Parents and Children (ALSPAC). Her thesis focussed on the ‘Effects of Mood on Decision Making in Parkinson’s’.
Over the past 8 years, Tanvi has worked extensively with people diagnosed with various neurodegenerative disorders and their families, aiding better management and improving their quality of life. She is the recipient of many awards including Mayor of Mumbai award, Digital Women Award for Disruption, Most Inspiring Entrepreneur etc.