Caregiver Support Group
for persons caring for someone with Alzheimer’s Disease or other forms of dementia or memory loss.

Support groups are an important place for caregivers—family members, friends, or helpers—to meet and share information, give and receive mutual support, and exchange coping strategies in relation to caring for a person with memory loss. Trained leaders help members learn ways of dealing with the problems they encounter as caregivers.

New York Memory Center Alzheimers caregiver supportIn conjunction with CaringKind, an evening group is held at the New York Memory Center. The group meets twice a month on the first and third Wednesdays, and sessions are free but you must pre-register.

The next group meetings are:
Oct. 3 and 17, Nov. 7 and 21
6:30 – 8:00 pm

The group is facilitated by Jan Yaffe, MFT.  She is a marriage and family psychotherapist with over 30 years’ experience and a background in leading various support groups (bereavement, senior, stress management).  She moved from California to Brooklyn last year, and she’s looking forward to leading the caregiver support group at New York Memory Center. Click here for a flyer to print out.

Please contact register in advance by contacting
New York Memory Center
Caregiver Social Worker, Megan Christ, LMSW
718-499-7701, ext. 321
or email her at

Megan can provide more information as  well as assistance
if you need care for your loved one during the meeting. 

Click here for a flyer to print out.
Please share it with others or post it in a public place. Thank you!)

• All are welcome.
• There is no charge for support group sessions.