Managing Care and Conflict

Alzheimer support during Covid-19

Alzheimer’s Support

  • Alzheimer’s Support – CaringKind is now operating remotely, with staff continuing to serve families caring for their relatives with Alzheimer’s. Social workers and dementia care specialists provide one-on-one and family consultations and support via phone. Support groups take place via teleconferencing. Contact their Helpline at 646-744-2900 for more information.

Caregiver Support

  • PSS Resources – Presbyterian Senior Services can help if you care for someone who is frail, chronically ill, or has memory loss. If you are a kinship caregiver (a family member other than a birth parent raising children), PSS is available. Please visit https://pssusa.org/resources/. For grandparents raising grandchildren, visit https://pssusa.org/caregivers/. For online caregiver support group and webinars, visit https://pssusa.org/events/. Hotline 866-665-1713
  • Respite Care tools to Alleviate Caregiver overload in the age of COVID 19
  • Tips for Caregivers
NYC Caregiver support during Covid-19
Behavioral healthcare in NYC

Behavioral Healthcare

  • Service Program for Older People Service Program for Older People is providing behavioral health care for older adults via approved tele-health connection during the COVID-19 outbreak including psychotherapeutic and psychiatric services for adults age 55 and older, rehabilitation support for adults with serious mental illness (age 55 and older) and peer-led bereavement support groups for adults of all ages for a modest fee. For more information, call 212-787-7120 x514 or visit www.spop.org. 

 

Elder Abuse

Elder abuse hotline and assistance