Center for Neurobehavioral Health (CNBH)

Human Services and Research Across Life Span

Through its local programs and services, the Center for Neurobehavioral Health  provides services and is engaged in cutting-edge research on issues related to youth, the geriatric population, and individuals with developmental disabilities and their families. Through lifespan-based programs, the center provides students at SUNY Plattsburgh alternative learning opportunities through interdisciplinary studies and practices.

The Center offers research and services in the following areas:

  • Geriatrics
  • Early childhood, youth, and community programs
  • Aging and disability assistive products
  • Long-term care
  • Respite adult day care (Plattsburgh and Malone Third Age Centers)
  • Developmental disabilities
  • Arthritis self-help courses


Adirondack Regional Technology Center (ARTC)

We are here to promote and distribute innovative technology-based products that support independence, enhance productivity, and change the lives of individuals with disabilities.

Alzheimer's Disease Assistance Center (ADAC) Celebrating 20 Years of Service

The Alzheimer's Disease Assistance Center (ADAC) is a gateway to services for Alzheimer's patients and their family members.

Eastern Adirondack Health Care Network (EAHCN)

Eastern Adirondack Health Care Network (EAHCN) is committed to improving the health status of our rural region, spanning Clinton, Essex, and Franklin counties, and increasing access and delivery of health care in the region.

Health care programs and services include: chronic disease self-management courses, the "Get Moving" physical activity guide, geriatric mental health information, long-term care information, and the Healthy Youth Initiative.

Third Age Adult Day Centers (TAADC) of Plattsburgh and Malone

The Third Age Adult Day Center is "a home away from home" where frail elderly and Alzheimer's patients feel comfortable in familiar surroundings, and family caregivers can take time off from their routine caregiving.

Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) Center

The TBI Center provides services to individuals who have acquired a traumatic brain injure, as well as their families.


Contact Information

For more information about the Center for Neurobehavioral Health, please contact:

Yvonne Lott, M.S. Ed., Associate Director
Office: Sibley 227
Phone: (518) 564-3369
Toll-Free Phone: (800) 388-0199


For information about the Neuropsychology Clinic and Psychoeducational Services, please contact:

Neuropsychology Clinic and Psychoeducational Services Staff
Office: Beaumont Hall 260B
Phone: (518) 564-3377
Fax:: (518) 564-3313