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Office of the Bronx Borough President Ruben Diaz Jr.851 Grand Concourse, Room 301Bronx, New York 10451Dear Neighbor:Senior Citizens are important members of our community. They are people who havecontributed positive values into today’s society to make it a great place to live, work and raisea family.Therefore, once I again I am proud to bring you our 2016 “Bronx Senior Citizen ResourceGuide,” a comprehensive publication that is designed to provide a wide variety of informationto both seniors citizens and their service providers.The “Bronx Senior Citizen Resource Guide” serves as a vital tool to seniors and their familiesby helping them navigate and take advantage of the many services and programs that The Bronxhas to offer. It is my hope that this guide will help make their lives a little easier.If you have any questions, please contact Larcenia Walton, Director of Senior Services, at 718590-6248 or you may email her at,Ruben Diaz Jr.Bronx Borough President-2-

TABLE OF CONTENTSGeneral Information5Community Boards6Senior Citizen Centers10Benefits for Seniors19 Social Security Supplemental Security Income (SSI) Emergency Assistance for Adults (EAA) Veterans Benefits Supplemental Nutritional Assistance Program (SNAP) Senior Farmers Market Nutrition Program (SFMNP) CityMeals-On-MealsSenior Health23 Elderly Pharmaceutical Insurance Coverage Program (EPIC) Medicare & Medicaid New York Prescription Saver Card Geriatric Services Alzeheimer’s & Dementia Services for Seniors with Legal Blindness and Low Vision Mental Health Services-3-

Bronx Hospitals33Home Care Services for Seniors35Bronx Case Management Agencies38Bronx Nursing Homes39Social Adult Day Services42LGBT Services46Elder Abuse & Crime Victim Services47Legal Asisstance for the Elderly51Burial Information52Transportation Options55Employment63Adult Education Programs66Cultural Centers & Recreation Programs68Senior Housing Programs69Homeowners & Renters Programs77-4-

GENERAL INFORMATIONOffice of the Bronx Borough PresidentRuben Diaz Jr.851 Grand ConcourseSuite 301Bronx, New York 10451(718) 590-3500Senior Services Unit(718) 590-6248New York City Department for the Aging(212) 602-4100Central Information & Referral2 Lafayette Street – 6th FloorNew York, New York 10007New York State Office for the Aging(800) 342-98712 Empire State PlazaAlbany, New York 12223-1251-5-

COMMUNITY BOARDSCommunity Board #13024 Third AvenueBronx, NY 10455D.M. Cedric LoftinChairperson: George Rodriguez(718) 585-7117E-mail: brxcb1@optonline.netNeighborhoods: Mott Haven, Port Morris, and MelroseCommunity Board #21029 E. 163rd St.Bronx, NY 10459D.M. vacantChairperson: Dr. Ian Amritt(718) 328-9125E-mail: Hunts Point, Longwood, and MorrisaniaCommunity Board #31426 Boston RoadBronx, NY 10456D.M. John DudleyChairperson: Gloria S. Alston(718) 378-8054E-mail: brxcb3@optonline.netNeighborhoods: Crotona Park, Claremont Village, ConcourseVillage, Woodstock, and Morrisania-6-

Community Board #41650 Selwyn AveBronx, NY 10457D.M. Paul PhipsChairperson: Kathleen Saunders(718) 299-0800E-mail: Highbridge, Concourse, Mt. Eden, andConcourse VillageCommunity Board #5Bronx Community CollegeUniversity Ave. & W 181st St (McCracken Hall Rm. 12 & 13)Bronx, NY 10453D.M. vacantChairperson: Dr. Bola Omotosho(718) 364-2030E-mail: Fordham University, Heights, Morris Heights,Bathgate, and Mount HopeCommunity Board #61932 Arthur Ave. Rm. 709Bronx, NY 10457D.M. John SanchezChairperson: Wendy Rodriguez(718) 579-6990E-mail: brxcb6@optonline.netNeighborhoods: Belmont, Bathgate, West Farms, andEast Tremont-7-

Community Board #7229A E. 204th St.Bronx, NY 10458D.M. Andrew SandlerChairperson: Adaline Walker-Santiago(718) 933-5650E-mail: Norwood, University Heights, andJerome ParkCommunity Board #85676 Riverdale Ave, Suite 100Bronx, NY 10471D.M. Patricia ManningChairperson: Dan Paternacht(718) 884-3959E-mail: Riverdale, Spuyten Duyvil, Van CortlandtVillage, Kingsbridge Heights, Fieldston, and Marble HillCommunity Board #91967 Turnbull AveBronx, NY 10473D.M. William RiveraChairperson: Nicholas Himidian(718) 823-3034E-mail: Parkchester, Westchester Square, Unionport,Soundview, Castle Hill, Bruckner, Harding Park, and ClasonPoint-8-

Community Board #103165 E. Tremont AveBronx, NY 10461D.M. VacantChairperson: Martin Prince(718) 892-1161E-mail: Co-op City, City Island, Spencer Estates,Throgs Neck, Country Club, Zerega, Westchester Square,Pelham Bay Park, Eastchester Bay, Schuylerville, Edgewater,Locust Point, and Silver BeachCommunity Board #111741 Colden AveBronx, NY 10462D.M. Jeremy WarnekeChairperson: Anthony Vitaliano(718) 892-6262E-mail: Morris Park, Pelham Parkway, PelhamGardens, Allerton Avenue, Bronxdale, Laconia and Van NestCommunity Board #12Community Town Hall4101 White Plains RdBronx, NY 10466D.M. George TorresChairperson: William Hall(718) 881-4455E-mail: Edenwald, Wakefield, Williamsbridge,Woodlawn, Norwood, Fish Bay, Eastchester, Olinville, andBaychester-9-

SENIOR CITIZEN CENTERSSeniors centers serve persons 60 years-old and over by providing nutritiousmeals and a wide range of social, recreational, educational, counseling andother support services. For more information please contact:New York City Department for the Aging2 Lafayette Street – 6th FloorNew York, New York 10007(212) 602-4100 or 311Senior Centers Listed by Community BoardCommunity Board #1Patterson Senior Center308 East 145th StreetBronx, New York 10451(718) 993-5146South Bronx CommunityCorporation for Seniors441 East 155th StreetBronx, New York 10455(347) 590-2108Melrose Mott Haven Senior Center372 East 152nd StreetBronx, New York 10455(718) 665-2280PSS/Andrew JacksonSenior Center325 East 156th StreetBronx, New York 10451(718) 585-1640Millbrook Senior Center201 St. Ann’s AvenueBronx, New York 10454(718) 401-4901Betances Senior Center607 Concord AvenueBronx, New York 10455(718) 292-4922Mitchell Houses Senior Center188 Lincoln AvenueBronx, New York 10454(718) 665-2168Neighborhood SHOPPLeon Senior Center735 East 152nd StreetBronx, New York 10455(718) 708-6897BronxWorks E. Roberts MooreSenior Center515 Jackson AvenueBronx, New York 10453(718) 665-5559- 10 -

Community Board #2Community Board #3Housing Options & GeriatricAssociation Resources, Inc.(HOGAR)787 East 156th Street – 2nd FlBronx, New York 10455(718) 742-7646Davidson Senior Center950 Union AvenueBronx, New York 10459(718) 328-2810/2811Arturo Schomberg Senior Center1315 Franklin AvenueBronx, New York 10456(718) 842-6880SEBCO Senior ProgramsErma-Cava Building887 Southern BoulevardBronx, New York 10459(718) 617-3465William Hodson Senior Center1320 Webster AvenueBronx, New York 10456(718) 538-1515Mid Bronx Senior Center900 Grand ConcourseBronx, New York 10451(718) 992-2057SHOPP Casa Boricua InnovativeSenior Center910 East 172nd StreetBronx, New York 10460(718) 542-0222- 11 -

Community Board #4Community Board #5Concourse Village Special Adult773 Concourse Village EastBronx, New York 10451(718) 293-6552BronxWorks East ConcourseSenior Center236 East Tremont AvenueBronx, New York 10457(718) 731-6300Mid-Bronx Project HomeboundCase Management (CB 4-6)900 Grand ConcourseBronx, New York 10451(718) 588-8200BronxWorks HeightsNeighborhood Senior Center200 West Tremont AvenueBronx, New York 10453(718) 299-0300Hope of IsraelSenior Citizens Center1068 Gerard AvenueBronx, New York 10452(718) 665-8400BronxWorks Morris InnovativeSenior Center80 East 181st StreetBronx, New York 10453(718) 933-5300PSS/Highbridge Senior Center1181 Nelson Avenue, 2nd FloorBronx, New York 10452(718) 588-3004BronxWorks Roberto ClementeSenior Services OfficeRiver Park Towers30 Richman PlazaBronx, New York 10453(718) 299-2670- 12 -

Community Board #6Community Board #7Aquinas Deacon Juan SantosHDFC975 East Tremont AvenueBronx, New York 10460(718) 378-8385Riverdale Y Senior Center5625 Arlington AvenueBronx, New York 10471(718) 548-8200 Ext #223Mosholu Montefiore Senior Center3450 Dekalb AvenueBronx, New York 10467(718) 798-6601SEBCO/Mount Carmel Center forSenior Citizens2405 Southern BoulevardBronx, New York 10458(718) 733-8852RAIN Bailey Senior Center2660 Bailey AvenueBronx, New York 10463(718) 796-2559Neighborhood SHOPPGuess Senior Center2070 Clinton AvenueBronx, New York 10457(718) 584-2357Sister Annunciata BethelSenior CenterBedford Park Multi-Service forSenior Citizens, Inc.243 East 204th StreetBronx, New York 10458(718) 365-3725RAIN Tolentine Senior Center2345 University AvenueBronx, New York 10468(718) 933-3305Riverdale Senior Services2600 Netherland AvenueBronx, New York 10463(718) 884-5900- 13 -

Community Board #8Mosholu Montefiore Senior Center3450 Dekalb AvenueBronx, New York 10467(718) 798-6601Riverdale Neighborhood House5521 Mosholu AvenueBronx, New York 10471(718) 549-8100Riverdale Senior Center2600 Netherland AvenueBronx, New York 10463(718) 884-5900Riverdale Y Senior Center5625 Arlington AvenueBronx, New York 10471(718) 548-8200Marble Hill Senior Center5365 BroadwayBronx, New York 10463(718) 562-8551- 14 -JASA/Van CortlandtNeighborhood Senior Center3880 Sedgwick AvenueBronx, New York 10463(718) 549-4700

Community Board #9Bronx River Senior Center1619 East 174th StreetBronx, New York 10472(718) 617-6334Soundview Senior Center1674 Seward AvenueBronx, New York 10472(718) 328-1809Glebe Senior Center2125 Glebe AvenueBronx, New York 10462(718) 829-1564Soundview Presbyterian ChurchSenior Center760 Soundview AvenueBronx, New York 10473(718) 842-4100James Monroe Senior Center1776 Story AvenueBronx, New York 10473(718) 893-3484Kips Bay Castle Hill Senior Center625 Castle Hill AvenueBronx, New York 10473(718) 824-8910JASA/Mechler Hall Senior Center2158 Watson AvenueBronx, New York 10472(718) 892-1396RAIN Eastchester NeighborhoodSenior Center1246 Burke AvenueBronx, New York 10469(718) 882-8513RAIN Parkchester NeighborhoodSenior Center1380 Metropolitan AvenueBronx, New York 10462(718) 597-9220- 15 -

Community Board #10PSS/City Island Senior Center116 City Island AvenueBronx, New York 10464(718) 885-0727RAIN Eastchester NeighborhoodSenior Center1246 Burke AvenueBronx, New York 10469(718) 882-8513JASA/Co-op City Senior Center2049 Bartow AvenueBronx, New York 10475(718) 320-2066RAIN Middletown NeighborhoodSenior Center3035 Middletown RoadBronx, New York 10461(718) 822-0486JASA/Dreiser Senior Center177 Dreiser LoopBronx, New York 10475(718) 320-1345JASA/Einstein Senior Center135 Einstein LoopBronx, New York 10475(718) 671-5161HANAC I & R & Recreation3573 Bruckner BoulevardBronx, New York 10461(718) 646-522-6965JASA/Throgs Neck Senior Center2705 Schley AvenueBronx, New York 10465(718) 823-1771Northeast BronxSenior Citizen Center2968 Bruckner BoulevardBronx, New York 10465(718) 892-6090- 16 -

Community Board #11Allerton Senior Center1415 Allerton AvenueBronx, New York 10469(718) 652-0414RAIN Boston Road NeighborhoodSenior Center2424 Boston RoadBronx, New York 10467(718) 547-8827Bronx House Senior Center990 Pelham Parkway SouthBronx, New York 10461(718) 792-1800RAIN Eastchester NeighborhoodSenior Center1246 Burke AvenueBronx, New York 10469(718) 882-8513JASA/Sue Ginsburg Senior Center975 Waring AvenueBronx, New York 10469(718) 881-1758San Gennaro Senior Citizen Center1556 Williamsbridge RoadBronx, New York 10461(718) 931-4440Morris Park CommunityAssociation1824 Bronxdale AvenueBronx, New York 10462(718) 823-0596North East BronxAssociation, Inc.2325 Vance StreetBronx, New York 10469(718) 231-8569PSS/Parkside Senior Center644 Adee AvenueBronx, New York 10467(718) 881-7780- 17 -

Community Board #12Emerald Isle Immigration Center4275 Katonah AvenueBronx, New York 10470(718) 324-3039JASA/Bay Eden Senior Center1229 East 229th StreetBronx, New York 10466(718) 822-3815RAIN Boston Secor NeighborhoodSenior Center3540 Bivona StreetBronx, New York 10475(718) 671-8550RAIN Gun Hill NeighborhoodSenior Center3377 White Plains RoadBronx, New York 10467(718) 881-5589RAIN Nereid Neighborhood Senior Center720 Nereid AvenueBronx, New York 10466(718) 994-0132RAIN Boston East Neighborhood Senior Center3450 Boston RoadBronx, New York 10469(718) 654-9200- 18 -

BENEFITS FOR SENIORSSOCIAL SECURITYSocial Security offers you a cash benefit based on your work history andthe amount you paid into Social Security. The cash benefit helps you meetyour needs due to loss of income as a result of retirement, disability, ordeath. You and your dependents or surviving spouse can receive the SocialSecurity benefit. The benefit amount you will get depends on the earningrecords for the person who worked. You can get the Social Securityretirement benefits starting as early as age 62.To get the Social Security disability benefit, you must have becomeseverely disabled while working. You can get this benefit at any age andmust have met the work requirements. The number of quarters you willhave needed to work depends on your age.You can apply for Social Security online at: andclick on “Retirement” or “Disability.” You can also apply in person at yourlocal Social Security office. You can call: 1-800-772-1213.SUPPLEMENTAL SECURITY INCOME (SSI)SSI provides a cash benefit to you every month to make sure you have aminimum level of income so that you can pay for basic needs such as:food, clothing, and shelter.SSI is a monthly payment to people with low-income who are 65 or olderor blind or otherwise disabled. Payments supplement Social Securityand/or other income. With some exceptions, United States citizenship isrequired. In addition, you must have limited income and resources. Someresources such as your home, car, and certain portions of life insuranceand burial accounts may not be counted when determining whether youmeet the program guidelines.- 19 -

EMERGENCY ASSISTANCE FOR ADULTS (EAA)Emergency Assistance for Adults (EAA) is a New York State programintended to meet the temporary emergency needs of aged, blind or disabledindividuals and couples who have been determined eligible for or arereceiving SSI, which if not met would endanger the health, safety or welfareof the SSI individual or couple.The amount of the grant is determined on a case-by-case basis and is basedon the type of emergency. To qualify for an Emergency Assistance to Adults(EAA) grant, a member of household must be eligible for or receiving SSIand meet the criteria of an emergency. Households in NYC can apply for anEAA grant at any local Job Center. An eligibility interview will be conductedand the applicant will need to provide documentation to verify his/hereligibility. Call the Human Resources Administration info line at(718) 557-1399 or 311.VETERANS BENEFITSPensions for low-income and disabled veterans; health care; vocationaltraining; rehabilitation services; education; home loans; disabilitycompensation; life insurance; burial and other benefits are available.Medical benefits include care in VA hospitals, nursing homes andoutpatient services.Dependents and survivors may also be eligible for certain benefits.You may contact Veterans Benefits at:U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, New York Regional Office245 West Houston StreetNew York, New York 10014(800) 827-1000- 20 -

SUPPLEMENTAL NUTRITIONAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (SNAP)SNAP formally, the Food Stamps Program, allow persons with limitedincomes to buy food or meals to stay healthy. This program helps you andyour family buy food needed for good health. Each month, your state willput money onto a special debit card (called an EBT Card) so that you canbuy food from most grocery stores. The amount of money you get on thesecards depends on where you live, your household income, and how manypeople live in your household.To find out if you are eligible to receive food stamps, visit or call your localoffice:Concourse SNAP Center1375 Jerome Avenue, 2nd FloorBronx, New York 10452(718) 722-8013(718) 590-7235Crotona SNAP Center1910 Monterey Avenue, 5th FloorBronx, New York 10457(718) 722-8013(718) 901-0201Hunts Point SNAP Center845 Barretto Street, B-Level FloorBronx, New York 10474(718) 722-8013(929) 252-4920 (8:30am-9am only)SENIOR FARMERS MARKET NUTRITION PROGRAM (SFMNP)The Senior Farmers Market Nutrition Program (SFMNP) gives low-incomeolder adults free coupons that can be exchanged for eligible food at localfarmers markets. The program encourages them to consume fresh fruitsand vegetables. Coupons are available in July for use through November.For more information and the location of farmers markets call(212) 442-3026.- 21 -

CITYMEALS-ON-WHEELSCitymeals on Wheels raises private funds to ensure no homebound elderlyNew Yorker will ever go a day without food or human company. Last year,their family of contributors helped bring 2 million nutritious meals to morethan 18,000 frail aged in every borough of New York City.Citymeals funds 31 community-based agencies that bring weekend, holidayand emergency meals to homebound elderly New Yorkers who can nolonger shop or cook for themselves. In addition, their Mobile Food Pantryprogram delivers weekly bags of grocery staples to the most at-risk elderlyand their Fresh Produce program enables them to supplement regular mealdeliveries with fresh fruit and vegetables from local farmers.To qualify for home-delivered meals, a person must be at least 60 years-oldand have a chronic physical or mental disability preventing them fromshopping for food or preparing meals for themselves.To get meals-on-wheels service, every client must receive an assessmentvisit by a case manager from their local case management agency.Go to, enter the ZIP code of the homebound person, andthe local case management agency in their community will pop up with aphone number for you to call.BRONX MEALS PROVIDERSMid-Bronx Senior Citizens Council900 Grand Concourse, Bronx, New York 10451(718) 992-2057RAIN Senior Options3450 Boston Road, Bronx, New York 10469(718) 231-7246You can also call contact City Meals-on-Wheels by telephone at(212) 687-1234 or by email: 22 -

SENIOR HEALTHELDERLY PHARMACEUTICAL INSURANCE COVERAGE PROGRAM(EPIC)EPIC is a New York State program that helps seniors pay for theirprescription drugs. More than a quarter million EPIC enrollees are savingan average of 90 percent of the cost of their medicines. Most enrollees haveMedicare Part D or other drug coverage, and use EPIC to lower their drugcosts even more by helping them pay the deductibles and co-paymentsrequired by their other drug plan. EPIC also helps members pay forMedicare Part D premiums. For more information call (800) 332-3742.MEDICAREMedicare is a health insurance program for: People age 65 and overPeople under 65 with certain disabilitiesPeople of any age with End-Stage Renal Disease (ESRD) (permanentkidney failure requiring dialysis or a kidney transplant)Since 1965, Medicare insurance has helped millions of Americans pay forthe health care services they need. You likely have already paid into theprogram through Social Security.For more information call (800) MEDICARE or speak to a HealthInsurance Information Counseling and Assistance Program counselor at(212) 602-4180.- 23 -

Medicare Savings ProgramThis program is a Medicaid- administered program available to Medicareconsumers with limited income. If you qualify, this program will pay yourMedicare Part B premium.If you would like to enroll in the Medicare Savings Program you mayrequest an application by calling the HRA Medicaid Helpline at888-692-6116 or pick one up at any Community Medicaid Office.You may submit your application in person or by mail.Applications must be mailed to:HRA/ Medical Assistance ProgramMSP-CREP, 5th FloorPO Box 24330Brooklyn, New York 11202-9801Health Insurance Information, Counseling & Assistance Program(HICAP)The NYS HIICAP is New York's source for free, current and impartialinformation about health care coverage. About 500 trained HICAPcounselors are available to answer Bronx resident’s questions aboutMedicare, Medicare Advantage programs (managed care), Medicareprescription drug coverage, Medigap and other health and long term careinsurance. Counseling is available through a toll free HIICAP Helpline at(800) 701-0501 or (212) 341-3978. Callers will be prompted to enter theirzip code and will then be routed to their local office for the aging to talkwith a trained counselor.You can also find information about HIICAP on the internet at: 24 -

MEDICAIDMedicaid is a program for New Yorkers who can t afford to pay formedical care. It pays medical bills for low-income persons includingservices not covered by Medicare (dental care, home care, institutionalcare, prescription drugs, eye glasses, and hearing aids).You may be covered by Medicaid if: You have high medical bills.You receive Supplemental Security Income (SSI).You meet certain financial requirements.To apply for Medicaid you can: Call the NY State of Health, The Official Health Plan Marketplace at(855)355-5777 or Call the Medicaid Helpline (800)541-2831 or You can apply at the following locations:Lincoln Hospital234 E. 149th St. (Basement, Room B-75)Bronx, NY 10451Tel: 718-585-7872Monday – Friday 9:00am to 5:00pmMorrisania1225 Gerard Ave. (Basement)Bronx, NY 10452Tel: 718-960-2799Monday – Friday 9:00am to 5:00pmNorth Central Bronx Hospital:3424 Kossuth Ave. (1st Fl. Room 1A 05)Bronx, NY 10467Tel: 718-920-1070Monday – Friday 9:00am to 5:00pm- 25 -

NEW YORK PRESCRIPTION SAVER CARDWhat is NYP ?NYP is a free pharmacy discount card that is sponsored by New YorkState. You can use this card at participating pharmacies to save as much as60% on generics and 30% on brand name drugs. The savings are providedthrough the cooperation and support of local pharmacies and drugmanufacturers.To be eligible, each applicant must be: a resident of New York State; not receiving Medicaid; either (a) age 50 up to 65, or (b) determined disabled by the SocialSecurity Administration AND have annual income under 35,000 if single and 50,000 if married.Call New York Prescription Saver at (800) 788-6917GERIATRIC SERVICESComprehensive Geriatric Care3224 Grand Concourse, Room BABronx, New York 10458(718) 561-0041Riverdale Internal Medicine & Geriatric Services PC3533 Riverdale AvenueBronx, New York 10463(718) 884-8181JASA/Geriatric Mental Health OutreachOne Fordham Plaza, Suite 908Bronx, New York 10458(718) 365-4044- 26 -

ALZHEIMER’S & DEMENTIAThe statistics of Alzheimer’s and related Dementia’s are staggering, 1 in 3seniors die with Alzheimer’s or another dementia.Alzheimer’s disease is the 6th leading cause of death in the United States,indeed, Alzheimer’s is the only cause of death among the top 10 inAmerica that cannot be prevented, cured or even slowed as reported bythe Alzheimer’s Association. Caregivers are impacted by this and are oftenforgotten in their plight in the care provided to loved ones.The New York City Department for the Aging's Alzheimer's and CaregiverResource Center has experts in dementia and long-term care issues who areavailable to help you develop a plan of care that can benefit both you andyour loved one.All services provided by the Alzheimer's and Caregiver Resource Center arefree of charge and strictly confidential. They include: Assessment of NeedsIndividual and Family CounselingReferral to Community ServicesEducation and Training & Entitlement InformationAssistance with the Nursing Home Placement ProcessInformation on housing alternatives such as Assisted Living EnrichedHousing, etc.The NYC Department for the Aging provides a wide array of programs andservices to older New Yorkers who helped build this great city. TheDepartment is the place to turn for answers about government benefits andservices, assistance with applications and other special services.To speak to someone in the DFTA Alzheimer’s and Caregiver ResourceCenter, call 311.- 27 -

Another wonderful agency that assists with care is the Regional Aid forInterim Needs, Inc. (R.A.I.N.). This agency provides culturally relevantSupport Groups in the community that will offer caregivers the opportunityto not only share their own stories, but also, to listen to the stories of otherindividuals undergoing similar situations and learn more about the diseaseprocess.“While avoiding isolation and probable depression, group participants canlearn from others’ experience to then be able to adjust and deal with theirown reality. In a comfortable environment, free of judgment and criticism,caregivers will be able to speak up about their personal situation.Information on resources will also be shared with all Caregivers, and helpthem navigate this complex health environment,” said Dr. Torres,President and CEO of R.A.I.N. TOTAL CARE, Inc.For more information or if you would like a presentation in yourcommunity, please contact:R.A.I.N. ALZHEIMER’S CAREGIVER LINK PROGRAM3377 White Plains RoadBronx, NY 10467347-346-9676- 28 -

SERVICES FOR SENIORS WITH LEGAL BLINDNESS &LOW VISIONVISIONS Services for the Blind and Visually ImpairedA nonprofit rehabilitation and social service organization whose purposeis to develop and implement programs to assist people of all ages who areblind or visually impaired to lead independent and active lives in theirhomes and communities and educate the public to understand thecapabilities and needs of people who are blind or visually impaired so thatthey may be integrated into all aspects of community life.VISIONS fulfills its purpose by providing: Individualized rehabilitation training at home or in the community Social services, employment training and job development Group and community education and activitiesFor more information, please contact:VISIONS/Services for the Blind and Visually Impaired500 Greenwich Street, 3rd FloorNew York, NY 10013-1354Phone: (212) 625-1616Toll Free: (888) 245-8333BlindlineBlindline provides a toll-free number for access to a New York statewidedatabase of resources and services for people who are blind or visuallyimpaired, their family members, caregivers, and professionals. The callcenter is available Monday through Friday from 9:00am to 5:00pm bycalling 888-625-1616. A fully accessible website ( withdirect access to the database and a customer feedback feature is open to thepublic.- 29 -

Guild Institute for the Vision ImpairedJewish Home and the Jewish Guild for the Blind have partnered to createThe Guild Institute for Vision & Aging.The Guild Institute is a long term skilled nursing residential communitydedicated to the care of elders who are blind or vision-impaired located onJewish Home’s award-winning Bronx campus.Residents are offered the Guild’s extensive knowledge and experienceproviding care and services to people with vision loss, while benefiting fromJewish Home’s expertise providing quality residential care to elders,including our nationally acclaimed programs for individuals withAlzheimer’s disease and dementia.Staff people in the community are educated and certified using The JewishGuild’s SightCare program, a leading system of training for those who carefor, work with, or interact with visually impaired or blind people.Additionally, visually impaired clients have access to all the programs andservices offered by Jewish Home’s Bronx Division: Rehabilitation therapies In-house hemodialysis center Alzheimer’s Disease special care community The Swallowing Center HAPI personal care On-site Adult Day Healthcare Program, with an established program forvision-impaired elders Senior housing including Kittay House, located on the Bronx Divisioncampus Award-winning gardens located on a secure 5-acre campus- 30 -

The Guild Institute community features the latest amenities of residentialnursing care, adapted to better support those with visionimpairments. Rooms and hallways have indirect lighting to prevent glare;increased lighting supports vision. Contrasting colors are utilized todifferentiate common areas and private spaces. Signage displays are inhigh-contrast and Braille.Jewish Home Lifecare - Bronx Campus100 West Kingsbridge RoadBronx, New York 10468(718) 410-1500 or (718) 410-1330 (Bronx Admissions Office)MENTAL HEALTH SERVICESMental and emotional health is often identified with positivecharacteristics like a sense of contentment, the resilience to bounce backfrom stress or adversity, and the ability to build and maintain meaningfulrelationships. Optimism and a sense of humor, along with the convictionthat life is worth living, are also thought to be key, while many considerflexibility to be an essential trait. These are all qualities that are tooimportant to take for granted. Just as you commit to building andmaintaining your physical health if you want to age well, you need toinvest in your mental health. Fortunately, there are many things you cando to promote your mental wellness.Finding Mental Health AssistanceLifeNet is a free, confidential, multi-lingual mental health and substanceabuse information, referral, and crisis hotline available to anyone at anytime. Your call will be answered by a trained behavioral healthprofessional. LifeNet is a program of the Mental Health Association ofNew York City.For assistance in English, call 1-800-543-3628.For assistance in Spanish, call 1-800-298-3373.- 31 -

Saint Barnabas HospitalThe Department of Psychiatry at Saint Barnabas Hospital offers a widerange of clinical services to children, adults and geriatric patients. Manyservices for our patients are provided by SBH Behavioral Health(SBHBH), our affiliated comprehensive mental health outpatie

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