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New York Memory Center, 199 14th Street
Brooklyn, NY 11215
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See our Annual Reports and brochures for photos and and more details about our programs for individuals with Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia and all the services we offer for caregivers and family members.
DONATIONS & SUPPORT
Whether it’s music, poetry, caregiver support and relaxation, or field trips to an ice cream parlor, your gifts to New York Memory Center make a real difference in the lives of so many individuals and families. Each of your donations makes it possible for another individual with memory loss to step out of isolation and into a welcoming community.
Here's what caregivers have a lot to say about New York Memory Center:
My mom’s been coming since 2012. She refers to the center as ‘her friends’ and will say ‘I’m going to see my friends.’ As a caregiver I feel great and comfortable about her coming here.
— Wendy W.
Memory Arts Cafés bring together people of all ages, memory capacities, and walks of life to celebrate their shared humanity through universal treasures such as poetry, friendship, history, music, the waterfront, and ice cream.
— Carl B., with his grandfather
Social Work Intern Melody is thankful for family who are friends and friends who are family.
New York Memory Center is thankful for interns like Melody who add so much to our daily program, and we're all thankful for all of you who support New York Memory Center with your donations of all sizes and kinds!
Click here to see more photos and stories and a profile of our Adult Day Program Manager Margarita Diaz.
I learn a lot about Alzheimer’s coming to these programs, and it reinforces that I’m not on an island by myself. I feel embraced at New York Memory Center, which seems to do a lot of different types of programs.