Alzheimer's Disease

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An age-related, non-reversible brain disorder that develops over a period of years. Initially, people experience memory loss and confusion, which may be mistaken for the kinds of memory changes that are sometimes associated with normal aging. The symptoms gradually lead to behavior and personality changes, a decline in cognitive abilities such as decision-making and language skills and problems recognizing family and friends; and ultimately to a severe loss of mental function. Alzheimer's disease is one of a group of disorders called dementias that are characterized by cognitive and behavioral problems. It is the most common cause of dementia among people age 65 and older.

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Advisory/Advocacy ServicesAlzheimer's Association of Northeastern New York work side-by-side with hundreds of volunteers to educate community leaders: advocate for more federal funding for research: speak for those affected who can no longer speak for themselves: and promote quality, affordable long-term care and strive to expand home and community-based services. AlbanyADVOCACY PROGRAMALZHEIMER'S ASSOCIATION OF NORTHEASTERN NEW YORK
Counseling ServicesProvides care consultations to families living with Alzheimer's disease. Families can receive one-on-one support from a trained specialist who is able to discuss the progression and unique aspects of the disease, lay out the various decision points the family will be facing during this journey and provide the family with community-based support resources as the family works its way through those decisions.AlbanyCARE CONSULTATIONSALZHEIMER'S ASSOCIATION OF NORTHEASTERN NEW YORK
Disease/Disability Care ServicesProvides assessment and evaluation for individuals with mood and memory disorders, such as Alzheimer's and dementia. Also offers an adult day program with social activities and day respite services geared for those diagnosed with Alzheimer's or dementia.ClintonADULT DAY PROGRAMALZHEIMER'S DISEASE CAREGIVER INITIATIVE SUPPORT
Disease/Disability Care ServicesRecognizing that individuals with Alzheimer’s and other memory loss problems have many needs, The Eddy began developing innovative services for Alzheimer’s care in the 1980s. Today, Eddy Alzheimer’s Services offers a comprehensive range of dementia care services, including education and outreach, day services, care teams and compassionate residential services to individuals living with memory loss and their families.AlbanyALZHEIMER’S SERVICESST. PETER'S HEALTH PARTNERS
Disease/Disability Care ServicesWesley Health Care Center has committed one of our units to residents in the two earlier stages of chronic dementia. By providing a therapeutic environment to sustain a resident with a dementia diagnosis, these folks benefit from proactive programming designed to keep them stimulated and alert through all aspects of life as their ability allows.SaratogaALZHEIMER'S/DEMENTIAWESLEY COMMUNITY
Education/Training ServicesThis is a comprehensive, national, research-based training program for direct care staff and supervisors of nursing homes and assisted living facilities. This training is available in multiple formats (on-site, off-site and web-based) and is made up of nine, one-hour, hands-on training sessions focused on understanding Alzheimer's disease, communication, managing difficult behaviors, adequate food and fluids, pain management, and social engagement.AlbanyALZHEIMER ASSOCIATIONALZHEIMER'S ASSOCIATION OF NORTHEASTERN NEW YORK
Education/Training ServicesThe Alzheimer's Association delivers monthly education and training programs for individuals, families and care partners. Offered are a basic overview of Alzheimer's disease, an intense six-week education and support program for person who are newly diagnosed and their care partner, numerous workshops for families, monthly forums and three regional conferences as well as other topic-specific programs.AlbanyQUALITY CARE CAMPAIGNALZHEIMER'S ASSOCIATION OF NORTHEASTERN NEW YORK
Health/Medical Care ServicesThis program focuses in enhancing and improving the quality of lives of residents diagnosed with dementia and Alzheimer’s.MontgomeryALZHEIMER’S / DEMENTIA CARE PROGRAMCAPSTONE CENTER FOR REHABILITATION AND NURSING
Health/Medical Care ServicesThe Fort Hudson Dementia Care Program provides in-patient specialized dementia-alzhiemer's care units. WashingtonFORT HUDSON DEMENTIA CARE PROGRAMFORT HUDSON HEALTH SYSTEM
Information/Referral ServicesAlzheimer's Association of Northeastern New York has a 24-7 telephone referral service through which information, referrals, and emotional support are provided. By calling the national toll-free number any individual in the country is connected to his-her local Alzheimer's Association chapter where trained Helpline specialists are ready to assist him or her. Albany24/7 HELP LINEALZHEIMER'S ASSOCIATION OF NORTHEASTERN NEW YORK
Information/Referral ServicesAlzheimer's Association of Northeastern New York maintains a unique multi-media resource center filled with the latest books, DVDs and articles on dealing with Alzheimer's disease and caring for persons with Alzheimer's disease. These resources can be accessed at the Albany office or the Cooperstown office. A resource center is also housed at the Warren County Office for the Aging.AlbanyRESOURCE CENTERALZHEIMER'S ASSOCIATION OF NORTHEASTERN NEW YORK
Rehabilitation/Habilitation ServicesMarjorie Doyle Rockwell Center and Eddy Alzheimer’s Center at Hawthorne Ridge are the only medical model adult day services in the Capital Region designed specifically for older adults with memory loss who are still living in their own homes or in the community with caregivers. Adult Day Programs offer a full range of health and social services to help older adults with physical, emotional, or mental impairments, or who require supervision and/or medical care. Services enable older adults to remain independent for as long as possible, while allowing caregivers relief from the responsibilities of at-home care giving so they can fulfill work or other obligations. Transportation is provided in geographic area. Lunch and snacks are also provided for participants.RensselaerADULT DAY PROGRAMSNORTHEAST HEALTH
Senior ServicesClare Bridge of Niskayuna located in Niskayuna, New York provides Alzheimer's and Dementia care for seniors and offers the promise of Daily Moments of Success. Clare Bridge is a Brookdale Senior Living community dedicated to serving the special care needs of individuals with Alzheimer's disease and other forms of dementia. From our building design to our carefully selected staff and specialized programming and management, we focus on the individual needs of each resident and family we serve.SchenectadyCLARE BRIDGE NISKAYUNABROOKDALE SENIOR LIVING
Support Group ServicesOffers a caregiver support group for anyone who cares for a loved one diagnosed with Alzheimer's.EssexALZHEIMER'S CARE GIVER SUPPORT GROUPELIZABETHTOWN COMMUNITY HOSPITAL
Support ServicesThe Alzheimer's Association conducts community workshops, disseminates information, and uses the public media outlets to change the way the nation thinks about brain health, memory, healthy aging and Alzheimer's disease. Maintain Your Brain is the centerpiece of a wellness (brain health) program geared toward corporations, health maintenance organizations and senior centers.AlbanyMAINTAIN YOUR BRAINALZHEIMER'S ASSOCIATION OF NORTHEASTERN NEW YORK
Support ServicesThis national wanderer's identification and rescue program includes registering and identifying a person with Alzheimer's disease as a person as a person who should be treated with special care, identifying the caregiver as a person who is responsible for caring for another, and dementia-specific training for emergency response personnel. AlbanySAFE RETURN PROGRAMALZHEIMER'S ASSOCIATION OF NORTHEASTERN NEW YORK

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