The Historic Brick Row Association, Inc. strives to honor Brick Row’s inclusion on the National Register of Historic Places; to preserve and enhance its historic character; to protect and whenever possible improve the quality of life in our unique neighborhood; to integrate the interests of Brick Row with those of the larger community of which we are a part; to respect the aesthetics and integrity of the local environment; and to honestly, firmly and consistently represent the best interests of Brick Row to the local legislature and administrative offices in The Village of Athens, NY.
Resources, tools, and a 24-hr help line for people with Alzheimer’s disease and their families.
Center for Medicare & Medicaid Services– www.cms.gov or 1.800633.4227
The federal agency that oversees Medicare and Medicaid. The Medicaid website (www.medicare.gov) has helpful info about eligibility and benefits. Check out this site for tools that provide great information on nursing homes, hospitals, home health agencies, health plans, and more.
Tools and resources for family caregivers and a Family Care Navigator with information on services in your state.
National Alliance for Hispanic Health– www.hispanichealth.org and its Su Familia: The Hispanic Family Health Helpline 1.866.783.2645Free, reliable, and confidential health information for Hispanic families.
A national consumer and community engagement initiative to improve care at the end of life. Provides free, state-specific directive forms and instructions.
National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys– www.naela.org or 1.703.942.5711
Information and access to a database of elder law attorney members.
National Hospice and Palliative Care Organization– www.nhpco.org or 1.800.658.8898
Provides free information on hospice care and puts the public in direct contact with hospice programs.
WHAT TO READ NEXT?
Are you trying to decide what to read next? Do you want to hear authors discuss their recently published books? Then there are a number of places you can go for recommendations. If the D.R. Evarts Library doesn’t have a particular book, our staff will be glad to help you order a copy from one of the participating libraries in the Mid-Hudson Library System.
Every Tuesday after the 10am news, Joe Donahue invites someone from and independent book store in the region to recommend books. The invitees describe the books and talk about what makes them interesting. The program is about 15 minutes long and previous shows are available on the website.
List of recommended books from the Roundtable Weekly Book Pics are available for two years.