Sunday, May 4, 2008

Introduction to Silver Innings : Part 1: Ageing

Dear Friends,
As you are aware on 10thApril 2008,we launched Silver Innings www.silverinnings.com ,A dedicated and most comprehensive website for Senior Citizens and their family members.


The website is full of useful content with regards to Elders but useful for all.We don't want you to miss out anything,so we have decided to undertake a awareness series and this mail is first in this regards.

We will explain various menu and sub menu's for your benefit.

So lets start our First series with - Ageing:

Main Menu: Ageing

Sub Menu: Ageing Defined : here we have defined ageing,the common term:
"Trees grow stronger over the years, rivers wider. Likewise, with age, human beings gain immeasurable depth and breadth of experience and wisdom. That is why older persons should be not only respected and revered; they should be utilized as the rich resource to society that they are”: United Nations Secretary-General Kofi Annan
Sub Menu :International Approach : This section has various aspect with regards to International school of thought and also talks about UN and WHO view and action.

Sub Menu: Indian : This section talks about Indian Govt. policy and Indian view point.Also here we have Interesting article - Should India Promote Scientific Research on Ageing? by our very own Prof. Kalluri Subba Rao.

Sub Menu: Facts and Issues : This section covers various issues related to Ageing like Elder abuse,Myths of ageing etc.

Sub Menu: Successful Ageing : This section talks about New Mantra for ageing ,this is our Vision of ageing.


Also note most of the section have Important links in the bottom and the site is best viewed in 1024x768 & above resolution of your screen.We will update the site every 15 days,from 1st May.

Hope this will Help you to surf each and every section,we request you to read each article,it will add more colours to your Silver Innings.

Did you join your own website,join here: http://silverinnings.com/primary%20individual%20form.asp

Happy surfing.


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