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Here's To Hope Luncheon

June 4th 11am-2pm

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2021 Annual Special Events

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June 4th
Here's to Hope Luncheon

September 27th
27th Annual Golf Outing

November 9th
Cocktails & Casino

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See how the LIAD Center has been helping families navigate through the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Newsday Act 2 Article
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Executive Director on LIA Panel

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Join us for our Spring 2021 FREE #CEU webinar series this Thursday 4/22. To register, visit www.lidementia.org/spring-2021-ceu/. Special thanks to our program sponsor Oasis Senior Advisors.

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Join us for our Spring 2021 FREE #CEU webinar series this Thursday 4/22. To register, visit https://www.lidementia.org/spring-2021-ceu/. Special thanks to our program sponsor Oasis Senior Advisors.

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WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING

Long Island Alzheimer's and Dementia Center

Carol M., Caregiver

The social day program at Long Island Alzheimer's and Dementia Center has made a tremendous difference in our lives. My husband looks forward to being picked up by the Long Island Alzheimer's and Dementia Center bus and spending time at the Long Island Alzheimer's and Dementia Center center. The bus driver calls each day at about 7:30 and provides the pick-up time. I think this call is to make sure we are up and my husband will be ready when the bus comes. Most days my husband stands at the door with his coat on waiting for the bus to arrive. When he returns in the afternoon he sometimes tells me he is tired because he has exercised physically and played word games.

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Adrienne Y., Caregiver

Long Island Alzheimer's and Dementia Center has been the most amazing, incredible find ever. My husband enjoys the program and staff so much. When we get in the car to go home and I ask how was your day at "the program" - he says great!! Without the reduced fee he would only be attending once or twice a month. Living on Social Security keeps you on a tight budget. The program at Long Island Alzheimer's and Dementia Center is so wonderful and it gives me some time to myself to do whatever!

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