Programs

The Upper East Side has one of the largest populations of elderly people in New York City.  The Carter Burden Center offers a variety of services benefiting the elderly at locations throughout the Upper East Side and East Harlem.

Carter Burden Luncheon Club & Senior Program provides socialization, recreation, and education through on-site meals, classes, trips, and monthly birthday and holiday parties

Carter Burden/Leonard Covello Senior Program provides socialization, recreation and education through a wide array of daily activities free of charge

Metro East 99th Street Adult Day Program New York State’s first innovative Adult Day Program located in an affordable housing development in East Harlem whose goal is to transition residents into successful independent living

Carter Burden/Lehman Village Senior Program A satellite of the Covello Program, this program offers art programs, health and wellness activities, and meal services both on-site and for the homebound

Carter Burden Art Gallery Located in Chelsea, the Carter Burden Gallery is a program of the Carter Burden Center designed to give a voice to New York City’s re-emerging older professional artists

Roosevelt Island Senior Center As of July 1, 2016 the Carter Burden Center for the Aging became the new sponsor of the Roosevelt Island Senior Center which provides a variety of socialization, recreation and education programs free of charge

Community Elder Mistreatment & Abuse Prevention Program (CEMAPP) combats elder abuse by assisting victims and providing community education programs

Cultural Connections allows older adults to attend specially designed programs at Lincoln Center as well as museum events at costs below the usual senior discounted rate

C.V. Starr Adult Day Services (temporarily suspended) offers a recreational and therapeutic day for older adults who are experiencing memory loss

Social Service Unit provides comprehensive services to the community’s most isolated elderly so they can remain in their homes

Case Management Unit provides DFTA funded case management services to seniors on the Upper East Side and in East Harlem

Caregiver Resource Program This program serves as a resource for unpaid caregivers of adults who are 60 years or older

Making Art Work provides access to arts and arts education to underserved communities and populations

Health and Wellness Programs offers seniors different workshop options with important health and wellness topics such as disease and falls prevention methods