Param Care Foundation intends to initiate accurate awareness and access about availability of abundance resources for continuum of cancer care educational program, in culturally appropriate manner, to improve breast health, encourage preventive check-ups to facilitate early detection of breast cancer, to reduce death-rate due to late stage breast cancer diagnosis.
In the U.S., breast cancer is the second most common cancer in women after skin cancer. One woman is diagnosed with breast cancer every three minutes and one will die of breast cancer every 13 minutes in the US. Breast cancer kills but statistics prove that breast-cancer death-rate can be reduced simply by awareness, early detection, and treatment. Regular check-ups catch most breast cancer in the early stages and early treatment can reduce the mortality.
ParamCARE Foundation in partnership with Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital (RWJUH) has celebrated Diwali Festival along with ‘Breast Care Connection’ event on October 30, 2015 at American Legions, Iselin, NJ. This was fun filled festival celebration event along with awareness and educational seminar on breast health. The goal of this event was to encourage, uninsured/ under insured women, to learn about the importance of breast cancer & early screening mammogram. About 53 women from different communities participated and learn about the breast health along with the cultural event.
Mr. Vipul Amin- the president of Param Care Foundation greeted for Diwali and wished for the happy and prosperous life and explained the roll and support provided by the Param care Foundation to fight against the cancer.Read More
One of the missions of Param Care Foundation is to outreach the people to educate and activate about the health measures hence we support all the health related outreach activities for the welfare of the society.
ParamCARE Foundation has taken part in the ‘Making Strides against Breast Cancer’- walk event conducted by American Cancer Society on October 25, 2015 at New Jersey Convention and Exposition Center, Edison, NJ. This event was conducted to raise awareness regarding breast cancer and to raise fund to support breast cancer research and to eradicate prevalence of breast cancer. Around 6,000 participants have taken part in this event.Read More
To enhance the health quality and literacy, Param Care Foundation outreach the people through educational & awareness seminars, health expo, workshops on health, disease and healthy life style, cancer screening, chronic disease self-management program, etc.
ParamCARE Foundation participated in ‘Woodbridge Township Mayor’s Health Expo 2015’ on October 17, 2015 at Woodbridge Township Public Health Center. We provided awareness about skin cancer & free skin cancer screening service. Our motto is to raise health awareness and disease prevention in the people of community.Read More
ParamCARE Foundation and Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital jointly participated in health checkup camp at Durga Mandir, Princeton, NJ on September 13, 2015. We are promoting breast cancer screening, and sign up for free mammogram program. We are thankful to Indian Health Camp of New Jersey for providing such a great opportunity to reach-out community.Read More
ParamCARE Foundation in partnership with Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital (RWJUH) has organized ‘Breast Care Connection’ event on Friday, August 28, 2015 from 12:00pm to 2:00 pm at ParamCARE Foundation facility.
The goal of this event to reach uninsured and under insure women having financial limitation, encourage them to get breast cancer screening, self-breast examination, and regular mammogram checkup.
ParamCARE Foundation has take part in Heart Care – A conference for direct care and direct support workers. This conference has organized by New Jersey Healthcare Talent Network at Rutgers University, College Ave Campus, New Brunswick, NJ. A conference for direct care and direct support workers, deliver lecture on personal centered care, stress managment/ wellness and customer services.Read More
Desi Sehat – Developing and Evidence based cancer Screening Intervention
Survey Research Study on cancer screening for South Asian Adults
This study is being conducted by researchers of Rutgers cancer Institute of New Jersey.
Param CARE Foundation has organized event in partnership with Rutgers Cancer Institute of New Jersey. This study is being done to understand why South Asian men and women complete cancer screenings, and why some South Asians might not complete screenings. This survey event goal would be on study to understand why South Asian men and women complete cancer screening and why some South Asian might not complete screening.Read More
Pancreatic Cancer Walk- Middlesex County
The 7th annual Pancreatic Cancer Walk was held on Saturday, May 30, 2015 at Johnson Park, Piscataway, New Jersey. The purpose of this walk was to raise community awareness about pancreatic cancer. ParamCARE Foundation has actively participated in Pancreatic Cancer walk.
Param care Foundation believes that health of the people can be ensured by providing the equal opportunity to live in healthy environments, healthy life styles and by the best quality health care. For our outreach activities we have built strong partnerships in the community through trusted and credible organizations like Department of Health and Department of Human Services, Partnership Agreement with the Division of Aging, New Jersey. We are authorized to teach Stanford University’s Chronic Disease Self-Management Program workshops.
We have successfully conducted Stanford University’s Chronic Disease Self-Management Program (CDSMP). Community workshop conducted at Sunny Days Adult Day care center, South Plainfield, NJ, 07080 on May 20, 2015. CDSMP program mainly focus on healthy living lifestyle. Participants learnt self-management techniques such as action planning, relaxation, mind distraction, physical exercise, breathing techniques, healthy eating and weight management. All participants have received their workshop completion certificates.Read More
Stanford University’s Chronic Disease Self-Management Program
We have successfully conducted Stanford University’s Chronic Disease Self-Management Program (CDSMP). Community workshop conducted at Sunny Days Adult Day care center, South Plainfield, NJ, 07080 on May 18, 2015. CDSMP program mainly focus on healthy living lifestyle. Participants learn self-management techniques such as action planning, relaxation, mind distraction, physical exercise, breathing techniques, healthy eating and weight management. All participants has received their workshop completion certificates.Read More