The 2017 Oscar-nominated documentary Edith+Eddie tells the story of Edith Hill and Eddie Harrison, who marry in their mid-90s and become known online as "America’s oldest interracial couple". More than an inspiring love story, theirs also is a cautionary and heart-breaking tale about the state of elder justice and guardianship in the US as Hill's daughters battle over her care and the wishes of the couple to remain together. More →
The Alzheimer’s Association, NYC Chapter provides information, education and support to anyone affected by Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias in the five boroughs. Our programs and services are available free of charge, and include our 24-Helpline (800-272-3900), Care Consultation social work services, numerous Education and Training opportunities for family members and professionals, a vast network of Support Groups, MedicAlert® + Safe Return®, and an Early Stage Center for people living with the disease and their care partners. All of our services apply to the area of elder abuse, either as prevention or intervention.
If you are concerned about yourself, a family member or friend, please call our 24-hour Helpline at 800-272-3900. We are here to help.
The Alzheimer’s Association hosts annual Walk to End Alzheimer’s® events in Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens and Staten Island. The Walks raise awareness and funds that support Alzheimer’s research, support and care. Find information about your local Walk to End Alzheimer’s® www.alznyc.org/walk
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