Meeting the needs of people living with Alzheimer's
disease and dementia-related disorders


On our site: COVID-19 Vaccination Information and Links

June update: New York Memory Center expects to reopen soon, following all city, state and CDC guidelines. We encourage everyone to get vaccinated! Please contact the center for more information at 718-499-7701.

Meanwhile, join us on Zoom for Poetry, Music, Art & more! We are offering virtual activities for adults with Alzheimer's Disease or other types of dementia and their caregivers. Programs are held on Zoom, which is easy to use with an internet connection or a telephone. Email Executive Director Josephine Brown for the schedule of events, and she will email back a link to join in the fun.

With orders from the state and due to the COVID-19 Virus, we cannot offer in-person programming. Staff members are working and available 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday through Friday. We are keeping in contact with caregivers and community based organizations to provide any and all services that we can to ensure everyone is safe and can access essential services.  


Please call the office with questions or special needs: 718-499-7701

or email to Executive Director Josephine Brown

For more than 35 years New York Memory Center has been a pioneer in the movement to bring evidence-based home and community solutions that positively impact both the lives of adults living with memory loss and their caregivers. We are breaking new ground and setting an enlightened standard of care and support.

We want the best care for individuals living with a memory disorder, and we are serious about it. There is life after diagnosis, and exclusive membership means full access to our active treatment that focuses on supporting the capacity a person retains, including psychological, social, cognitive, and physical domains of health and well-being. Our program is designed to sustain functional independence, reduce agitation, improve disease-related behavioral symptoms, reduce or eliminate depression, limit excess disability, and reduce caregiver burnout.

Whether you’re in your 50s and just diagnosed, in the middle to later stages and maintaining, or just somewhere in between, you are welcome at New York Memory Center.

See our new videos with tips for Caregivers here.

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