JENNA DRAGOONSeeking an opportunity to work in a rewarding field, and having a personal family connection with dementia, Jenna joined the LIAD Center in early 2020. Currently earning a second bachelor’s
PETER CACCIOLAPeter joined the LIAD team in 2013. Besides having a personal connection with dementia, and a special place in his heart for helping seniors. Peter values interacting with the families and
Tips For Dementia Caregivers At HomeAs the LIAD Center continues to follow guidelines from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), we also suggest our families to follow recommendations while staying home.
Maintaining cognitive, physical and even social stimulation is important to encourage not only at the LIAD Center but also at home. There are an array of activities we conduct during our day programming
Dine and Donate!On March 15th, we're collaborating with 2 Spring Restaurant for their Sunday Supper, where 20% of each meal will be donated towards the LIAD Center's hands-on programs and services. Enjoy
Dear Families,The Long Island Alzheimer’s and Dementia Center recognizes the responsibility we hold of working with individuals who are vulnerable and/or more susceptible to illness. As always, we believe