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
A holiday party for family caregivers of people with memory loss and their loved ones. Games, prizes, lunch and refreshments! Sunday, December 15 at Riverstone Memory Center from 12:30pm to 2:30pm Call Kayla Perdomo to RSVP for this FREE EVENT at 212-927-5600 x 148 […]
Nutrition Educational Workshop For family caregivers of people with memory loss Topics: -The importance of proper nutrition and list the six basic nutrients. -MY Plate -The importance of food labels -Special diets -The Importance of Meal Planning, Shopping Date: Saturday, October 12, 2019 Place: 99 Fort Washington Avenue 1st Floor, Memory Center, New […]
If you are a caregiver of someone with memory loss, you don’t have to go through this alone. Spend supportive time with peers. See our flyers to mark your calendars for caregiver support in August and September. Hay grupos en inglés y español para cuidadores de personas con pérdida de memoria.