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Caregiver/Care Receiver Support Groups

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ALS of Utica - Program
ALS of Utica

9169 River Road
Marcy, NY

Provides individuals with ALS (Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis) with services through the Estate Planning Law Center to cover Estate Planning fees. These service are to help patients get their affairs in order and to be assessed for Medicaid coverage.  Offers a Caregiver's Support Group for those that care for ALS patients.

Caregiver Support Program - Program
Oneida County Office for Aging and Continuing Care

120 Airline Street
Suite 201
Oriskany, NY

Provides information, assistance, training, workshops, discussion and support groups.

Connections Program Self-Help Groups - Program
National Multiple Sclerosis (MS) Society

1000 Elmwood Avenue
Suite 900
Rochester, NY

Offers peer-facilitated support, self-help and care partner groups. Also offer peer telephone support for people living with MS and their care partners. Web-based support is offered through chat rooms and online groups.

Elders Program - Program
Oneida Indian Nation

5000 Skenondoa Way
Oneida, NY

Provides support services for older adults: In home respite service Caregiver support groups Recreational activities

LIFE at RCIL Youth Services - Program
Resource Center for Independent Living, Inc.

131 Genesee Street
Utica, NY

Provides educational advocacy for students to develop an appropriate special education plan. Offers assistance with applications to individuals who are suspected of having a developmental disability with OPWDD eligibility process. Offers trainings to students, families of individuals with disabilities, educators, and/or service providers. Transition Services - assists students in creating plans for individualized transition services as they prepare for life after high school.

Support Groups - Program
Alzheimer's Association, Central New York Chapter

441 W Kirkpatrick Street
Syracuse, NY

Provides peer and professionally led gatherings meet bi-weekly or monthly for information and social support. Groups include: Persons living with Alzheimer's or other dementia Caregivers, including LGBT caregivers Care partners of those with younger-onset dementia Early-stage Alzheimer's disease Spanish-speaking caregivers Includes online groups.


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