Aging in Place is a resource hub for seniors and their families to learn more about the specific aspects of aging in place. You can visit our one stop shop for expert know-how in order to make the best decisions about in-home care, insurance, government assistance, and other financial resources, transportation options, and home remodeling. 2017 guide "Recognizing Elder Abuse" is now available on the website.
Park Slope Center for Successful Aging
Brenda Westphalen, Director
463A 7th Street, 718-832-3726
Monday – Friday Hours: 9 am-5 pm.
Reimagining the role of the senior center, the PSCSA is a neighborhood hub for people 60 and better. It is a thriving community center that embraces the wisdom and experience of those who have helped build our community, and offers opportunities for arts and education, physical exercise, a communal meal (lunch) and lively companionship. Call for additional information and to inquire about volunteer opportunities.
Prospect Hill Senior Center
Carla Zecca, Director
283 Prospect Ave. bet 5th & 6th Aves, 718-499-9574
Monday - Friday Hours: 8 a.m. - 4 p.m.
For 42+ years in the neighborhood, the PHSC mission has been to help members to stay active and healthy so that they can remain in their homes. In addition to healthy aging activities, we feature guest speakers, arts & crafts classes, exercise (including Tai Chi, Chair Yoga & Stretch), daily bingo and access to computers. Low-cost breakfast and lunch are provided daily.
New York Memory Center
718-499-7701 - 199 14th Street, Brooklyn, New York
The NY Memory Center’s mission is to help older adults in Brooklyn with Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias to maintain and/or improve their level of functioning so they can enjoy their later years. The Center provides 2 sessions daily of onsite care for dementia patients. In addition, there is an active caregivers’ support program.