Currently operating in these locations in Bengaluru


With your kind support and encouragement, we are happy to inform you that we are operating in these locations, and that we are growing well. We are on the look out for caring, conscientious nurses and doctors, all the time. Join us. http://www.ikindness.in/workwithus.php

  1. Sunkadakatte
  2. Annapoorneshwari – Sunkadakatte
  3. Laggere
  4. Rajagopalanagara – Laggere
  5. Channenahalli – Tavarekere Road
  6. Nagarabhavi
  7. Chandra Layout
  8. Vijayanagara
  9. Kamakshipalya
  10. Vidyaranyapura
  11. Jalahalli
  12. Herohalli
  13. Andrahalli
  14. D Group Layout – Andrahalli
  15. Syndicate Bank Layout – Herohalli
  16. Peenya
  17. Yeshwantpur

Thank you

iKindness Management

Bengaluru

www.ikindness.in

Professional Care


Let’s look at care. By definition, it is ‘effort made to do something correctly, safely, or without causing damage/things that are done to keep someone healthy, safe, etc./ things that are done to keep something in good condition’. So this is a technical business, applying equally to nursing a patient or to pruning roses or maintaining a car. Caring is simply doing the job properly and thoroughly, leaving out nothing in the manual or anything your experience teaches you. It is quite easy, really: learn what you have to do to care in the context of the care you are responsible for and follow the rules. If you can’t do this find, another job and use such brains as you have elsewhere. This applies whether you are a gardener, car mechanic, nurse or surgeon. So where does ‘compassion’ fit in? Compassion is a ‘deep awareness of the suffering of another accompanied by the wish to relieve it’. We are on more tricky ground here, because compassion does involve emotion. While compassion may inform care, it is not analytically a component of care, nor can we expect it equally of everyone in a caring role. We are all made, or are taught by experience, differently in our emotional range, from the ‘earth mother’ who wants to cuddle everyone to the dispassionate academic. Arguably, those without a compassionate nature, should not be involved in jobs in which compassion is a desirable element, but how do you test for this.

Empathy, The Seed of


http://omswami.com/2014/12/seed-empathy.html

Be SENSITIVE.

“If you reflect on this anecdote, you’ll discover that you can’t be giving unless you have a certain degree of sensitivity. And, sensitivity, in my view is the seed of empathy. You can give someone grief or you can give them joy, it all depends on how sensitive you are towards them, their life, their needs. So often, we take the presence of others in our life for granted. We joke around, we make fun, we share laughter. All of which is okay but when we do so insensitively, we don’t just hurt them but we hurt our own existence too. The spiritual being in us takes a hit when we choose to be insensitive”.

Empathy Video


http://youtu.be/1Evwgu369Jw

That connection.

The truth is, rarely can a response make something better. What makes something better, is connection.

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World Health Organization, Stats for India


http://www.who.int/countries/ind/en/

Health statistics in India is to be interpretted carefully. The data almost always is incomplete. But, it is fair to say that we lag considerably behind, compared to many western nations (even a few African and Asian nations have better healthcare than India).

Life expectancy at birth m/f (years, 2012) 64/68
Probability of dying between 15 & 60 years m/f (per 1000 population, 2012) 242/160
Total expenditure on health per capita (Intl $, 2012), 157