The Mobile Mammography Program at Mount Sinai is having a Breast Health and Breast Cancer Education Program on Friday, August 3rd at the Carter Burden Luncheon Club. Come learn more about the importance of early breast cancer detection, mammograms, and how to get screened.
Many New Yorkers have clutter in their apartments but some of us may have too much stuff. Having an enormous amount of clutter can create hazardous conditions and put your housing at risk. You may think the problem is out of control but help is available. Hear experts explain what hoarding disorders are, how to tell if you or someone you love is a hoarder, and learn about programs and resources that can help you put more order in your life.
Joan Altman will be hosting a workshop for seniors on chronic eye conditions on Wednesday, July 11th. The presentation will be at 3:00 PM in the Conference Room at the Carter Burden Network Headquarters.
You are invited to a free PSS Circle of Care workshop where you’ll discuss the different symptoms and stages of Alzheimer’s Disease and learn how to effectively support people with dementia, as well as their caregivers. The workshop is on Tuesday, June 26 at the Carter Burden/ Leonard Covello Senior Center.
On Tuesday, June 26th an Advanced Care Planning session with RNs from the Hospital for Special Surgery will be taking place at our Roosevelt Island Senior Center. Join us to discover the value of Advanced Care Planning and learn how to talk about and document your future health care decisions.
Join us at the Carter Burden/ Leonard Covello Senior Center on Thursday, June 21st for a presentation on how to maintain healthy vision by Rose Gaynus from Visions.
On Wednesday, June 20th an Advanced Care Planning session with RNs from the Hospital for Special Surgery will be taking place at our Lehman Village Senior Program. Join us to discover the value of Advanced Care Planning and learn how to talk about and document your future health care decisions.
Join us at the NYC Elder Abuse Conference to learn about the ways that we can prevent and eliminate the abuse of seniors. The conference will be held at the New School on Wednesday, June 13th and will feature keynote speaker, NYPD Deputy Commissioner of Collaborative Policing, Susan Herman.
It is with great sadness that we share with you that our beloved and esteemed Board Secretary Ellsworth Stanton passed away. A memorial service is scheduled for Ellsworth on Tuesday, May 22, at 4 p.m. in the Sanctuary of The Brick Presbyterian Church at 62 East 92nd Street, NYC.
Join PSS Circle of Care to learn how to create a Legacy Letter to share your life story, hopes and dreams for the future, and love with your family and friends. The workshop will take place on Tuesday, May 15 from 1:00-2:00 PM at the Carter Burden/Leonard Covello Senior Center.
Thrive NYC is offering free Mental Health First Aid classes on May 10th and 11th from 9:00AM to 12:30PM at the Roosevelt Island Senior Center. The training teaches the skills to provide initial support when someone nearby experiences a mental health crisis.
Join us at Covello on Sunday, May 6th for a special concert by the Brick Church Children’s Choir and the Carter Burden Network Singers, followed by refreshments and a conversation with the children’s choir.
The New York Caring Majority invites you to celebrate local and state legislators for their leadership on behalf of seniors in New York. Join us on April 27th at the Carter Burden Luncheon Club and Senior Program to honor State Senator Liz Krueger with the Care Champion Award.
Join us on Thursday, April 26th for our Mental Health and Wellness Fair where you can meet with leaders from over 20 organizations to learn about health and wellness programs and resources, as well as connect with community liaisons from the offices of our elected officials.
Come see our Carter Burden Network seniors and staff hit the runway in style! Our annual Covello Fashion Show will be held at the Carter Burden/Leonard Covello Senior Center in East Harlem on Friday, March 23. We hope you can join us for a fun afternoon filled with music, refreshments and timeless fashion.
Revisit the hauntingly beautiful songs and poetry of the Great War with baritone John Brancy and pianist Peter Dugan. An exploration of the timeless themes of longing and the search for meaning and peace, the program features music by WWI veterans, including New York natives Alan Seeger and Irving Berlin, alongside classics by Schubert, Rachmaninov, and more.
We invite you to attend this talk on opioids by Dr. Mohammad Piracha, of New York-Presbyterian Weill Cornell Medicine. The use of opioids in the U.S. has escalated to crisis proportions and it is very important to understand the benefits and challenges of using them.