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Brooklyn Alzheimer's Conference
Brooklyn Borough President Eric L. Adams and CaringKind Invite you to Brooklyn Alzheimer's Conference Learn more about Alzheimer's disease and related dementias, and best practices around communication and care. Friday, March 11 TIME: 8:30am Registration/Continental Breakfast PLACE: Brooklyn Borough Hall, 209 Joralemon St, Brooklyn, NY 11201 Click here to download a PDF flyer. REGISTER ONLINE [...]

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Other Research Trials in New York City Invitation to participate: Former caregivers of people with dementia are needed to participate in a research study that will explore the health of caregivers after caregiving ends. Participants will complete an anonymous online survey that will take approximately 20-30 minutes. Participants must (a) be 18 years or older, (b) be a former caregiver of a per [...]

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MAIL / CHECKS Make checks payable to the CaringKind and mail to: ATTN: DEVELOPMENT DEPT. CaringKind 360 Lexington Avenue, 4th Floor New York, New York 10017 PHONE We accept MasterCard, Visa, American Express and Discover. Please be assured that we have a secure server for all credit card transactions. You may also make a credit card gift by calling Kelly Keenan at (646) 744-2927. BEQUESTS By re [...]

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Advocacy
Urgent Action Alert! Tell Congress to Fund Alzheimer's & Dementia Research Join Us April 25 to Press Congress to Pass the 2017 Federal Budget with the Planned Boost for Alzheimer’s Research and Care It is critical for advocates to support efforts by U.S. House and Senate appropriators to move a 2017 federal budget bill – with all the planned funding increases for Alzheimer’s – before the April [...]

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