The A.i.R. Transit Home endeavours to provide help and long-term care to the underprivileged, the homeless, children, the elderly, abandoned women, and the physically and mentally challenged. In addition, patients who are recuperating at the A.i.R. Charitable Home are often shifted to the A.i.R. Transit Home if they require continued or extended attention and support. Once the residents are deemed medically and physically fit, they are placed at other NGOs, rehabilitation centers and homes that we network with, depending on their need or the type of care required.
Some residents, however, have been adopted for life by the A.i.R. Transit Home, and they will continue to be with the home as long as they live. Such cases are regarded as “Special Cases”, and hence are “adopted”. They are considered as a part of the A.i.R. Humanitarian Homes extended family.
Residents at the Home are encouraged to be active. They are motivated to be involved in the running of the Home or helping and assisting each other. The Home offers recreational facilities like gardening, and board games including carom. The residents also receive vocational training to instill a sense of confidence in them.