Programs & Services

Early Stage Alzheimer’s Support 

Our adult day program provides stimulating and supportive activities for people with early stage Alzheimer’s as well as support and counseling to their caregivers. This is a fee-based initiative that has been recognized for innovative programming and featured in the media. For more information, contact Sondra Daniels at sdaniels@steinseniorcenter.org.

Lunch Program

Lunch is served to more than 100 seniors daily. Eating a balanced and healthy diet is important at any age, but especially for senior citizens. Our members enjoy a nutritious lunch—around which socialization and recreation happen naturally.

Talk about Nutrition

Lectures on health and nutrition are presented periodically by Stein Senior Center Nutritionist Denise Sabal, as well as through the New York University School of Dentistry, Hunter Bellevue Nursing Program, New York City College of Technology Nursing Program, and Beth Israel Medical Center. Please check our website’s Calendar of Events for scheduling.

Help Our Neighbors Eat Year-Round (HONEY)

In partnership with neighborhood churches and supermarkets, HONEY provides a food pantry open to all seniors.  STEIN also distributes coupons that can be used at local greenmarkets.

Crime Victims Services

This program helps crime victims of all ages navigate the justice system, and it provides links to support services. Assistance is free, but there are eligibility requirements. Funding is provided by the New York State Office of Victim Services.  For more information, contact Teresa Navarro, Crime Victims Coordinator, tnavarro@steinseniorcenter.org

Blood Pressure Tests

Blood pressure monitoring is available at Stein Senior Center through the New York City College of Technology Nursing Program.

Tax Preparation

AARP Tax Preparation from February to mid-April is a free service to help ensure that low to moderate income individuals receive applicable tax credits and deductions.

 

Flu Shots

Flu shots are administered by the New York City Health Department on a first-come, first- served basis in October.