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Northeastern New York Chapter

Serving the Capital Region to North Country

Virtual Alzheimer's and Dementia Caregiving Resources

See how we are responding to the pandemic and become part of our community:
▶ Virtual Education Programs
▶ Virtual Caregiver Support Groups
▶ Virtual Social Programs

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To reach a local dementia specialist, call our office at 518.867.4999. We serve 17 counties in Northeastern New York, from the Capital Region to North Country. And remember, the Alzheimer’s Association 24/7 Helpline (800.272.3900) is available around the clock, 365 days a year.

COVID-19 Update

Throughout the pandemic, the Alzheimer’s Association has focused on the health and safety of our constituents, volunteers, donors, and staff, as we work together to advance our mission. The Association continues to monitor the pandemic closely and our chapter is now able to resume work at our new office. 
 
To ensure the safety of our constituents and allow for time to resume in-person activities, programs (like support groups and education programs) are able to resume in person on April 1. Our chapter will follow all state and local health guidelines in our programs, but masks will not be required by volunteers or constituents at our programs.

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