Partnership for New York City Breakfast
On January 18, Frank Bisignano, Chairman and CEO of First Data, and brother of CaringKind Board member, Elvira Bisignano, hosted a breakfast for CaringKind to introduce members of the Partnership for New York City to our work.
Lou-Ellen Barkan, CaringKind’s President & CEO, spoke before more than 30 corporate executives about the importance of our work to New York City employers and business leaders and how our programs and services can be of help to their employees and families. Employees are caregivers and often have to make the difficult decision of reducing their workload, missing work, or even remaining in the workforce, to care for a relative with dementia. By contacting CaringKind, we can provide the counseling and resources needed to ensure that an employed caregiver has the tools to confidently navigate the complexities of dementia caregiving.
The Partnership for New York City represents the city’s business leadership and its largest private sector employers. Working with government, labor and the nonprofit sector it promotes economic growth and maintains the city’s position as a global center of commerce and innovation.
Bar Association Event
Left: Jed A. Levine (left) and Pauline Yeung-Ha (center), CaringKind Board member and member of the NYSBA Elder Law & Special Needs Section Executive Committee, converse with a
fellow elder law attorney.
Right: David Goldfarb, Chair of the NYSBA Elder Law & Special Needs Section, and Lou-Ellen Barkan address the reception attendees.
On January 24, CaringKind co-sponsored the 2017 New York State Bar Association Elder Law & Special Needs Section’s Annual Meeting reception, providing an opportunity to introduce our programs and services to over 120 of New York State’s elder lawyers.
From left: Dr. Max Gomez, Dr. Richard S. Isaacson, Jed A. Levine, Lou-Ellen Barkan, Lori Oscher Friedman, Eric Friedman, Dr. Robert Krikorian
On February 8, CaringKind Board member Lori Oscher Friedman and her husband, Eric Friedman, hosted a conversation with Dr. Richard S. Isaacson, Director of the Alzheimer’s Prevention Clinic at Weill Cornell Medical College/New York-Presbyterian Hospital, for special friends and donors of CaringKind. Dr. Isaacson led an informative and lively discussion titled “Can we reduce the risk for developing dementia?”