July 5, 2017

Family Caregiver Services


Guidance and support for family members caring for a loved one with memory loss

If you are caring for a loved one with Alzheimer’s, dementia or another form of memory loss, you do not have to go through this alone. Our program for family caregivers can help with the challenges you are facing and share strategies for your own self-care.

Our program, funded by the New York State Department of Health, is designed to help family caregivers explore ways to find balance in their lives as they navigate their path as a family caregiver. Our services help caregivers manage the complex issues around understanding and responding to dementia, from financial to personal and interpersonal issues.

We have provided services for people with Alzheimer’s or other memory loss for over 30 years. We understand what you are experiencing and are here to offer support.

See activities here.

Watch this short video for a glimpse into the lives of Karen, a caregiver, and her husband Ralph, and the services Riverstone provides.

Ralph and the Gift of Alzheimer’s from Dylan Tuccillo on Vimeo.

Following, we present the story of Evelyn Jorden and her daughter — and their interaction with the warm staff at Riverstone.

Evelyn Jordan from Dylan Tuccillo on Vimeo.


Services for family caregivers available at no charge

Programming is in English and Spanish.
For information, call Memory Center Director at (212) 927-5600, ext. 116.

The Caregiver Program is sponsored by a grant from the New York State Department of Health.