An engaging social adult day center designed for people with memory loss. A safe space to sing and dance, engage in discussion, laugh and socialize. Caregivers will also find multiple avenues of support, from benefits assistance to exercise classes and respite.
What We Do
We provide bi-lingual supports and services that help older adults (60 years and older) remain healthy, active and living at home. Special attention is paid to helping those with minimal supports: people who are frail, isolated, and/or low income. Reflecting the needs of the community, all programs are offered in both Spanish and English.
A social adult day program for adults with a developmental disability, offering activities from arts and crafts to exercise to help engage and integrate participants into the daily life of the senior center. This intimate program allows for personalized attention.
It has been demonstrated time and again that we all do better, physically and mentally when we have someone on our side. To accomplish this, Riverstone has partnered with NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital to provide a full range of support and case management services to reduce
News and Events
Being diagnosed with Alzheimer’s or another form of dementia impacts the lives of not only the patient but also the life of their entire family and caregiving team. Social Workers can help people with memory impairment and their families navigate all of the different challenges that come with Alzheimer’s and dementia and provide them with […]
Are you or a family member caring for someone with memory loss? RIVERSTONE OFFERS FREE SUPPORT GROUPS TO FAMILY MEMBERS OF PEOPLE WITH MEMORY LOSS We know that caregivers of adults and loved ones with memory loss have a great deal of stress and pressure to ensure their loved ones’ health and well-being. Our group […]
Seniors with Alzheimer’s or dementia often enjoy and benefit from creative activities like art that give the opportunity for non-verbal expression. Creative activities also help reduce agitation and boost mood as well as give a sense of accomplishment and purpose. Vineyard Henderson explains how art therapy for dementia can stimulate the brain and create positive […]