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  • Pisharoty Chandan

    Sahabhaav.. togetherness… A place where people live together under a roof, those who cannot help themselves, especially the elders. Of course it’s a paid facility but unlike many other similar establishments, value for money is ensured. What’s more, the person running the place is very much involved personally in its running, and open to suggestion. This open mindedness instils confidence in those committing their kin for care to this institution.
    My experience with this place came about when my wife, an ex Mumbai Kar, now settled with me, in Kerala sought out a place for respite care for her sister in law, who after the demise of her husband was doing poorly, and had contracted COVID from where she was being treated for her ailments.
    She needed supervised personal care and as there was enough wherewithal to meet day to day expenses, we decided upon Sahabhav, though reputed to be a wee bit more expensive than other similar places. Heartened by the positive demeanour of Dr. Mini who runs Sahabhaav, we took the plunge.
    True to her word, the good doctor taking tips from us who are doctors ourselves, and in consultation with local experts, brought our cousin
    to a semblance of health, during which time her oedema, and bed sores abated, and she started taking positive interest in life. A fine example of the caretaker’s optimism and positivity flowing into the receiver of care. She’d even gone out of the way to provide certain food items she relished prepared by herself, it’s reported. We also endorse her sincerity in keeping us abreast of her ward’s condition over phone and Whatsapp. And the involvement with which she undertook visits to consultants with the ward, as if that lady were her own relative.
    We believe that all there get this 100%,personalized attention, which augurs well for those being taken care of at Sahabhaav, and for the institution itself. As promised, our cousin became fit enough, to travel to Kerala in about 2 months, the arrangements for which were undertaken by
    Sahabhaav. What’s more she was sent chaperoned by a trained caretaker which laid all our worry and concern to rest. The icing on the cake was that we also came to share intimacy with Dr. Mini, a Keralite, by coincidence, something which is rare in these times when even intimate relations are becoming more and more commercial.
    I think summing up I’d vouch for Sahabhaav a place that gives service value for every dime we spend, and maybe even more than that. I wish, that this oasis remains viable and vibrant under Dr. Mini’s warm personality.

  • Soham Pawar

    The vibes when you enter Sahabhaav radiate a sense of belongingness.Care is the most beautiful word which makes life richer and you can experience every bit of it at Sahabhaav.The professional and well trained staff provide all the attention that elderly seniors need.Prayers in the morning and evening prayer before dinner give an essence of spirituality and tranquility.One may feel that the cost is a little on the expensive side,but its worth every penny and the Sahabhaav team deserves every bit of it to take care of our seniors.Dr Mini and Amee are just par excellence,they leave no stone unturned to make the life of the seniors as comfortable as possible. Our very bestest wishes that they continue to successfully carry out
    their noble deeds always!!!!!

  • Kavita

    A concept like this is WELL PRICED !
    I’ve never seen a parent smile so very much on their monthly outing they are taken out here at Sahabhaav. It brought me to tears just trying to read their expressions coming out of those picture books of memories of past golden oldies (Goldies) screaming from the walls they are adorn with!
    Some kith have rented out the now vacant premises of their goldies thereby earning a handsome rental income to supplement costs. Today the most budget hotel with granite flooring in Mumbai comes at a minimum cost of Rs 3,000 per night ! …. That too no food !!
    I have seen doctors visit with regular follow ups as though each case is THEIR own !
    Kudos Team Sahabhaav Cheers to Doctor Mini and Ms Amee Shah and Kausar and Shobha mavshi. Together they ROCK!

  • Prashant Rao

    My dad had a paralytic stroke which rendered him completely immobile and incommunicable about 10 months ago. While looking for a place which could take care of him, i stumbled upon Sahabhaav purely by happenstance. I went and checked the place out, which was then quite new. But just going there and interacting with Dr Minnie and Amee, made me instinctively realize that this would be a good home to provide palliative care for my dad . I made the decision to move my dad here . And my instinct was proved right. From providing a clean, comfortable, airy, hygienic and optimistic space, to ensuring that my dad was provided care by empathetic and humane care givers, to escalating cases to the right medical practitioners , Sahabhaav,
    ensured that my dads last 9 months were as comfortable and compassionate as possible. Two specific incidents come to mind. 1. When they celebrated my dads birthday with gusto and fervor. And Secondly the exemplary care that Team Sahabhaav gave my dad and their other residents during the lockdown. I could go on, but all i would say is that Sahabhaav is a good home for your loved parent. It is a house built with love, care, competence and humanity I would strongly recommend Sahabhaav.

  • Parizad Motiwala

    I feel like five stars is not enough to rate Dr. Mini, Amee and their teams at Sahabhaav. I need about 10 of them! The way they looked after my
    late mother and took care of her was legendary. I live in the US and was looking for a place in Mumbai that could look after my parents as I
    was away. I can honestly say that the standards of care at Sahabhaav rival anything in the US, but keep the care and love of an Indian family
    so it’s the best of all worlds. Everyone at Sahabhaav is and always will be part of our extended family.