Caregiver Workshops & Health Fairs

Our staff of social workers offer a variety of workshops each month to educate family caregivers and the general public about important caregiving issues.

We are also available to present these workshops to the members or employees of organizations and businesses. Topics include:

  • Caregiving 101
  • Understanding Dementia
  • How to Talk to a Loved One with Dementia
  • Caring for Loved Ones When They Aren’t So Loveable
  • Coping with Anger
  • Caring for the Caregiver
  • Communicating with Healthcare Providers
  • And more…

Workshop & Health Fair Calendar

Please register ahead of time at 718-596-8789. Please scroll down to see which workshops might best address your questions and concerns.

Caregiving, Coronavirus, and Cabin Fever: Surviving and Thriving

Tuesday, April 14th, 5:30pm-7:00pm
Zoom Webinar – Register Now!
Being stuck at home presents new caregiving challenges, as you may no longer have the personal space and time apart you are accustomed to. It is also natural for both you and your loved one to have higher levels of stress and anxiety with the uncertainty that surrounds us. Heights and Hills is here for you! Join us for a supportive webinar to discuss caregiving, being cooped up, coping strategies, and personal growth amidst this crisis. For more information, contact Mike Rublin, LMSW at 862-227-2056 or


Demystifying Dementia

Tuesday, April 21st, 7:00pm-8:30pm
Zoom Webinar – Register Now!
Learning that a loved one has dementia can be devastating. You may feel that you don’t understand what to expect. You may not know where to go for support and help. But information and help is out there! Join us for a free workshop that will help you feel empowered as a caregiver of someone with dementia. For more information, contact Megan Nelson, LMSW at 718-596-8789 ext. 307 or


A Caregiver’s Guide to Palliative Care: Improving Quality of Life

Wednesday, May 6th, 12:00pm-1:30pm
Zoom Webinar – Register Now!
In our modern world, people are living longer but not necessarily better lives. As a caregiver, managing older adults’ chronic illness can present uncertainties and challenges as you try to balance myriad medical needs with overall well-being. What many people don’t know is that there is specialized medical care specifically for people living with serious illness called Palliative care, which can significantly improve quality of life.

Join us for this free webinar where we will discuss symptoms and illnesses commonly treated with Palliative care, the goals of Palliative care, the difference between Palliative care and Hospice, and the benefits of Palliative care for older adults and their caregivers. For more information, contact Abby Weiss, LMSW at 718-596-8789 ext. 317 or

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