We invite you to attend the Standing Tall Mindful Movement Workshop designed to help prevent falls. The workshop, led by Instructor Shelley Hainer, is a part of CBN’s Falls Prevention initiative. Mindfulness is an innovative approach to preventing falls throughout the year. We want to empower ourselves and the seniors we serve through education, demonstration and implementation to stay safe to live independently with dignity.
On Wednesday, November 15th, 2017 we will be holding our 2017 Gala, celebrating 46 years of fighting isolation through love and belonging. This special night will take place at the Mandarin Oriental Hotel in New York City and showcase our newly re-branded and ever-growing organization. We are honored to present the 2017 Humanitarian Award to an individual who is most deserving for his ongoing philanthropic efforts as a champion for aging New Yorkers: Jeffrey A. Weber, President and Chief Operating Officer, York Capital Management, and esteemed Chairman of the Board of CBN.
Attend a MOVE STRONG™ Demonstration, presented by Celeste Carlucci – Fitness Expert & Founder of Fall Stop… MOVE STRONG™, to learn ways to prevent falls.
Join acclaimed East Harlem artist Emilio Ramos for a Live Art Experience at the Carter Burden Network's Metro East 99th Street Adult Day Program.
This workshop will be offering support and techniques for caregivers to feel more confident when advocating for their loved one in a hospital, nursing home, doctor's office, and more.
Dr. Denise Murphy presents “Visual Thinking,” a presentation that describes the viewer’s experience of the visual world, and specifically of visual art. The theory of visual thinking is based on over 4,000 subject interviews, as well as published, peer-reviewed research.
July marks one year since the Carter Burden Network became the sponsor of the Roosevelt Island Senior Center. William J. Dionne, Executive Director, invites you to join us as we celebrate this milestone and to thank all who support us in the Roosevelt Island Community!
Si usted conoce a alguien afectado por la enfermedad de Alzheimer u otro tipo de demencia, acompáñenos para aprender más. Este programa provee información sobre las causas, factores de riesgo, detección, etapas, tratamiento y mucho más. Presentado por Licet Valois, LMSW, MPS.
Miércoles, Junio 28, 2017
1:30PM a 2:30pm
Are you interested in volunteering to visit homes of seniors, providing short-term relief for their usual caregivers? Attend this interactive REST (Respite Education and Support Tools) training program, where you will receive the education and tools needed to be confident and successful in providing respite care to adults and children.
Do you know someone who is experiencing memory problems? Join us for an educational session to learn the facts about Alzheimer's or other types of dementia. This program provides information about causes and risk factors, detection, stages, treatment and more.
Presented by Licet Valois, LMSW, MPS.
Join us as we celebrate an exciting new exhibition of monoprint artwork created by senior artists at our Leonard Covello Senior Center in East Harlem. Titled “Print Your Heart Out,” the exhibition will display the senior’s monoprints – a modern derivation of ancient cave-painting/printing using colorful liquid clay to make mono-prints on paper.
Every year an estimated 5 million, or 1 in 10, older Americans are victims of elder abuse, neglect, or exploitation. And experts believe that for every reported case of elder abuse or neglect, as many as 23.5 cases go unreported.
The Carter Burden Network will be participating in the 12th Annual NYC Elder Abuse Conference.
Join us for our Second Annual Senior Law Day at the Carter Burden/Leonard Covello Senior Center in East Harlem where we will provide free legal and financial resources and information for seniors and their families, including a "What Every Senior Needs to Know about Legal and Financial Planning" workshop hosted by Robert Freedman, Esq. Reserve your spot by June 5th.
Meet leaders from over 20 organizations to learn about health and wellness programs and resources, connect with community liaisons from the offices of our elected officials, and enjoy Fitness Drumming with Asphalt Green. Light snacks and refreshments will be served. Generously sponsored by FreedomCare.
May is Older Americans Month (OAM) and the theme for 2017 is "Age Out Loud". At the Carter Burden Network, we celebrate OAM by holding "Senior Week" - a week of daily festive activities and celebrations - at each of our four centers as well as our Metro E. 99th Street Adult Day Program.
On Sunday, April 30th, the Carter Burden Network is hosting the NYC Alzheimer's & Dementia Social Meetup group at the Carter Burden/Leonard Covello Senior Program.