The mission of Param Healthcare is to build ‘Healthy America’ in which all the citizens, irrespective of their background, heritage, socioeconomic status, current state of disease or wellbeing should live healthier, happier, active, longer lives with enhanced cultural and social values for the wellness of societies and the country.
Param Healthcare promotes strategies and activities to enhance the health quality and literacy in communities in a culturally sensitive manner. We outreach the people through educational & awareness seminars for healthy life style, chronic disease and cancer awareness and prevention, holistic approach for healthy life etc.
We have supported ‘Breast Cancer Awareness Seminar” to raise awareness regarding breast health, breast cancer and importance of early screening mammogram, at 200 Middlesex Essex Tpk. Iselin, on March 15, 2018.
The Param Healthcare Foundation celebrated International Day of Yoga on Thursday, June 21, 2018, at the PADC 60 E Hanover Ave., Morris Plain NJ.
Mr. Vipul Amin-The President of the Param Healthcare Foundation participated in an event and explained in details about the importance of yoga. He highlighted various quotes from Vedas & Gita and said that Yoga is a physical, mental and spiritual practice originated in India and it is an invaluable gift to the world. Yoga embodies the unity of harmony between man and nature mind and body that is thought and action, restraint and fulfillment, a holistic approach to health and well-being. It is not about exercise but to discover the sense of oneness with yourself, the world and nature. “Yoga has the perfect solution to the problems we face in day-to-day’s life, either as individuals or in society. Yoga is not the name of religion but it teaches us the way to lead a contented life is yoga beautiful because it is ancient yet modern,” he said.
Param Healthcare Foundation is working for communities by working with communities for wellbeing of the people, physically, mentally and socially. We promote strategies and activities to raise awareness on healthy behavior among population, through social learning, and thereby get closer to build a healthier community and country. We proudly sponsored annual summer picnic at Woodland Park, on July 23, 2017, organized by Indo-American Seniors Association of Clifton.
It was a fun packed events with foods & fun, games, garba, and music the large number of people including the seniors participated and enjoyed the whole day event.
Mr. Vipul Amin-President of Param Healthcare Foundation explained about the importance of social gatherings for the wellness of community and contribution of Param Healthcare Foundation. He thanked the people for making the event successful.
The agency provides in-service education programs for its home health aides. All home health aides must attend 12 hours of in-service per year or 1 year per full calendar month worked.
The agency provides in-service yearly based on learning needs of the home health aides, patient population, agency program objectives and regulatory requirements. Each aides name is transferred to In-service program record by the staffing coordinator or his/her designee and maintained in the personnel record. Hours are monitored for compliance. Aides that are noncompliant will be notified by phone, mail or in person of makeup programs available and deadline to achieve compliance