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While some residents stay at the home for a brief period of time until they recover or are rehabilitated, there are a few who will continue to live at the home as long as they live. These residents have been abandoned by their biological families – they have no roof over their heads and no one to care for them. They have been adopted by the A.i.R. Transit Home and are considered as a part of the A.i.R. Humanitarian Homes extended family. For these residents, this home is truly like no other. We believe that shelter, food, and clothing are one's basic necessities and that there must be no lack of these necessities. However, we also believe that it takes more than just basic necessities to make people feel happy and comfortable. We provide our residents with a warm, caring and genial environment that ensures that they truly ‘feel at home’.

Abida

18 years old, afflicted with
polio and cerebral palsy

Appu

35 years old,
Physically and mentally challenged

Dignath

3 years old
Paraplegic, youngest resident

Jai Krishnan

33 years old
An amputee

Shiva

27 years old
Polio afflicted

Padma

58 years old
Psychotic

Sundaramma

92 years old
Oldest resident

Saraswati

45 years old
Cancer stricken

Gayathri

36 years old
Depressed, General debility

Meena Kapoor

56 years old
Suffering from psychosis

Maya

38 years old
Visually impaired