Caregiving Is Tough, Here’s How You Can Balance Work, Personal Life & Caregiving

Whether you’re taking care of an elderly parent or helping out an old relative, caregiving is demanding. Yes, there is an option to hire a professional caregiver or seek assistance from a nursing home. Continue Reading →

Alzheimer’s Association Launches Public Service Campaign Featuring Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams

HITN TV, in collaboration with The Alzheimer’s Association, New York City Chapter announced today the launch of a new public service campaign, featuring Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams. Continue Reading →

The COVID Crisis: What Dementia Caregivers Need To Know From Harlem To Hollywood

Experts from the Alzheimer’s Association believe dementia does likely not increase a person’s risk for COVID-19, the respiratory illness caused by the novel coronavirus. Continue Reading →

5th Annual Caring To Remember Cocktail Kicks Off Alzheimer’s And Brain Awareness Month

The Alzheimer’s Association, New York City Chapter raised more than $200,000 in partnership with New York City’s commercial real estate community at the 5th Annual Caring to Remember Cocktail. Continue Reading →

Walk The Walk And Join The NYC Walk To End Alzheimer’s South Street Seaport

Take the train from Harlem to join more than 3,000 participants to fight for the end Alzheimer’s at the Alzheimer’s Association®, New York City Chapter Walk to End Alzheimer’s.

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Join The Alzheimer’s Association Kickoff Walk To End Alzheimer’s Season

In July 2018 we spoke to Chelsea-Lyn Rudder, the new Director of Communications at the Alzheimer’s Association, New York City Chapter on The Danny Tisdale Show about Alzheimer’s and its effects from Harlem to Hudson.

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