At CaringKind, we see people, not a disease. We understand that one caregiver’s experience is not like any other. And we help individuals and families affected by a dementia diagnosis to find the right path to best meet their unique needs. From that first call to our 24-hour Helpline, our trained professionals offer the guidance caregivers need, when they need it, to make each day a little bit brighter.

At CaringKind, we know there is no one-size-fits-all approach to dementia caregiving. Our Education and Training programs and Social Work Services help ease the emotional, physical, psychological, and financial burdens of managing the disease, while we treat each individual and family with dignity and compassion. Our support groups are a lifeline for caregivers.

And, in continuing our deep commitment to provide care and support to people who are living with Alzheimer’s and dementia, we are also helping improve the quality of life for the caregiver. For instance, our state-of-the-art Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Early Stage Center will continue to provide a safe, supportive environment and specialized programs for a growing number of people. And thanks to CaringKind’s strong relationship with the NYPD, our Wanderer's Safety Program will continue to provide resources to protect those who wander. Today we can say with pride that CaringKind is a strong community of people, not just a network of resources. We have unparalleled and deep local roots in the complex, bustling city we call home. Our partnerships with nursing homes, major medical centers, and world-renowned researchers are stronger than ever.

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