Patients & Caregivers
When it comes to providing care for someone with memory loss, it's important to know you don't have to do everything yourself. But it can be difficult to know where to go to find help.
In Western New York, we are lucky to have the support of government funding and a network of agencies. The CEAD is part of this network and works to remain active in collaborating with organizations that assist persons with dementia/Alzheimer's disease and their care partners.
Alzheimer's Caregiver PartnershipThe Western New York Alzheimer's Caregiver Partnership helps caregivers of any age who are providing care for persons with dementia/Alzheimer's disease.
Their services include:
- Care consultation and assessment
- Caregiver Support Groups
- Caregiver Education
- Respite Assistance
- Caregiver Events
The WNYACP partners include:
- Catholic Charities: (716) 896-6388
- Alzheimer's Association of WNY: 716-626-0600 OR 24-hour Help line: (800) 272-3900
- County Offices for the Aging / NY Connects: (800) 342-9871
Alzheimer's Association of WNY
24 Hour Help Line: (800) 272-3900
In order to eliminate Alzheimer's disease, the WNY Chapter works to advance research, to provide and enhance care and support for all affected, and to reduce the risk of dementia through the promotion of brain health.
Contact your local county Office for the Aging.
Allegany County Office for the Aging(585) 268-9390
6085 Route 19 N
Belmont, NY 14813
Cattaraugus County Department of Aging(716) 373-8032
One Leo Moss Drive, Suite 7610
Olean, NY 14760-1101
Chautauqua County Office for the Aging(716) 753-4471
7 North Erie Street
Mayville, NY 14757-1027
Erie County Department of Senior Services(716) 858-8526
95 Franklin Street, Rm 1329
Buffalo, NY 14202-3985
Genesee County Office for the Aging(585) 344-1611
2 Bank Street
Batavia, NY 14020-2299
Niagara County Office for the Aging(716) 438-4020
111 Main Street, Suite 101
Lockport, NY 14094-3718
Seneca Nation Area Office for the Aging(716) 532-5778
28 Thomas Indian School Drive
Irving, NY 14081
Wyoming County Office for Aging(585) 786-8833
8 Perry Avenue
Warsaw, NY 14569
Through the Alzheimer's Disease Caregiver Support Initiative, caregivers of geographically isolated and Hispanic communities are offered education programs, support groups, and respite services.
Chautauqua Opportunities(716) 366-3335
17 West Courtney Street
Dunkirk, NY 14048
Through the LGBTQ Memory Loss Caregiver Program, caregivers are offered assessment/referral services, home safety assessments, educational workshops, and caregiver support groups. Visits can be held at The Pride Center, in the community, and in-home at the convenience of the caregiver.
The Pride Center(716) 852-7743
200 South Elmwood Avenue
Buffalo, NY 14201