By Max Wallack
Puzzles to Remember
Puzzles To Remember Has Donated Copies of a Book Written to Explain Alzheimer’s Disease to Children to Edison Home Health Care.
The book, “Why Did Grandma Put Her Underwear in the Refrigerator, An Explanation of Alzheimer’s Disease for Children” was written by Max Wallack and Carolyn Given.
Edison Home Health Care is a fully insured, full-service, home care services agency, licensed with the New York City Department of Health. Edison is Joint Commission-accredited —widely recognized as the highest standard in healthcare accreditation. Edison is committed to providing quality care to the elderly and disabled all across New York State — from New York City, Long Island, Westchester, Buffalo, Rochester, Syracuse, and Albany.
With over 40% of its patients living with some form of Dementia, Edison Home Health Care proudly instructs its caregivers with special Alzheimer’s training with Teepa Snow’s positive approach to Alzheimer’s and Dementia. Edison stands side by side in the fight against Alzheimer’s.
Below are the links to 3 services provided by Edison Home Health:
Home Health Care - https://edisonhhc.com/
Free Medicaid Enrolment - http://www.hpsny.org/
Consumer Directed Personal Assistant Program (CDPAP) - http://cdpapny.org/
Since 2011, Puzzles To Remember’s Assistant Director, Hailey Richman, age 8, has been distributing puzzles to nursing facilities in the New York area. Hailey spends time doing the puzzles with nursing home residents. She always brightens their days.
If you have puzzles that you would like to donate, please contact us at PuzzlesToRemember@gmail.com and we will find a location near you where you can bring your puzzles. We can also provide you with a donation letter so that you can claim the value of your puzzles as a tax deduction.
To see a short video from WCVB Ch. 5 "BOSTON STRONG" about Max's efforts on behalf of Alzheimer's patients, click here.
Wednesday, April 5, 2017
Books Provided to Edison Home Health, an Organization Working with Dementia Patients and Their Caregivers in New York State
By Max Wallack
Posted by Max Wallack at 6:58 PM