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Please Support CaringKind FUNDRAISER ON-LINE ART AUCTION Closing June 30 2018 MARK DZIEWULSKI ARTIST Please support CaringKind and make bids for art at:www.gallerydifferent.co.uk/auction Following on the heels of the auction of Mark Dziewulski’s sculpture at CaringKind’s annual Forget-Me-Not Gala at The Pierre on June 4 2018, there is now an on-lineauction of Dziewulski’s art, with profits going to benefit CaringKind. Dziewulski supports CaringKind’s mission of creating, delivering, and promoting comprehensive and compassionate care and support services for individuals and families [...]

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TackleALZ Gameday Tickets

Saturday, May 12, 2018 12:45pm Lawrence A. Wien Stadium, West 218th Street at Park Terrace West Purchase Tickets $25 Who will you root for? Come out for Game Day and see if your favorite team will take home the trophy! Directions: (Note - Parking for Football games around Baker Athletics Complex is extremely limited. Fans are encouraged to use mass transit when possible.) SUBWAY: Broadway-Seventh Avenue 1 train north or south to 215th Street, then walk two blocks north and cross Broadway at W. 218th Street. OR 8th Avenue A train north to 207th Street, then proceed north to 218th Street. MET [...]

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NYC Alzheimer’s Caregiver Month Film Festival

In honor of NYC Caregiver Month, we are hosting a film festival that focus on Alzheimer’s and dementia. Come and immerse yourself in the comedy, crime, and drama that unfolds in these relatable and award winning movies. Afterwards, engage in meaningful and educational discussions about the film with one of our trained professionals. Register for your favorite or come and watch them all! Seating is limited and registration is required. WHEN Thursday, August 24th and Friday, August 25th WHERE CaringKind (360 Lexington Ave, 3rd floor) Training Room A Schedule Thursday August 24th 10AM-11:30AM: Ro [...]

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CaringKind Invites You...

Monday, June 26 10:00 am - 12:30 pm 360 Lexington Ave., 3rd Fl. (btw 40th and 41st street) Women are at the epicenter of the Alzheimer’s crisis. Women are more likely to die from Alzheimer’s than men, and are more likely to be unpaid caregivers. Due to these caregiving responsibilities, women are also more likely to be negatively impacted in the workplace. Additionally, women are traditionally more likely to be professional caregivers. This Town Hall will give New Yorkers the opportunity to be part of the dialogue about this multi-generational concern in front of elected officials and comm [...]

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