Equality and justice is not a single community’s fight – it is everyone’s.
This has been an unprecedented time with a one-two punch that are inextricably intertwined:
Overnight ALL of Heights and Hills’ clients suddenly became the most vulnerable targets of a global pandemic, the likes of which our country hasn’t seen in over 100 years. In NYC, 74% of the deaths from COVID have been people over the age of 65, and communities of color have been hardest hit. >>MORE
Successful Aging in Brooklyn
“Heights and Hills is really a resource. It means that I am not really out here alone.” –Marilyn
Park Slope Center
for Successful Aging
Update September 14 – During this Coronavirus outbreak we have suspended all in-person classes and programs at Park Slope Center for Successful Aging in order to keep members and staff healthy. Call the center @ 718-832-3726 to listen to messages for updates or to leave a message for center staff. Remote Class Schedule HERE
View the virtual exhibit of the Park Slope’s Digital Photography class HERE
Caregiver Support Groups
During the Coronavirus outbreak, all in-person trainings, workshops and support groups have been suspended. However, the Caregiver team will be holding support groups and workshops either via telephone or video conferencing. Details here or please call Heights and Hills,718-596-8789, to connect with a caregiver social worker.
Each month Heights and Hills caregiver social workers present workshops on a variety of topics.
During the Coronavirus outbreak, all in-person trainings, workshops and support groups have been suspended. However, the Caregiver Team will be holding support groups and workshops either via telephone or video conferencing.
- Wednesday, September 16, 2:00-3:00 Caregiver Forum: Dealing with Dementia Distress
- Tuesday, September 29, 3:00-4:30 Ambiguous Loss: Living in Grief