Alzheimer's & Dementia Blog - Long Island Alzheimer's and Dementia Center

How Can Caregivers Handle Dementia and Hallucinations

Hallucinations are a common symptom of dementia., It can be frightening for those who experience them and can be especially challenging for caregivers. However, at Long Island Alzheimer's and Dementia

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Spring 2021 CEU Series

Register for 3/4 Register for 4/8 Register for 4/22 Thank you to our program sponsors:

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Staff show #LIADlove for Valentine’s Day

In celebration of Valentine's Day, the LIAD Center showed its #LIADlove for families and friends! Staff went door-to-door to deliver over 60 personally created giftbags, cards and balloons. Each smile

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Students Fundraise Art Supplies for LIAD Families

A group of students, connected through a leadership course at Sanford H. Calhoun High School in Merrick, NY, sought to start the new year on a giving foot. Supporting both local businesses and their community,

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Dementia and Driving: Guide to a Tough Conversation

Is it time for your loved one with dementia to stop driving? At some point, you will need to have that important conversation on dementia and driving safety with your loved one. While these conversations

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Handling Dementia and Anger: How to Properly Respond to Aggression

While bouts of aggression, anger, and dementia are known to coincide, knowing isn't even half of the battle. Juggling dementia and anger can be emotionally and physically challenging, especially when

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Top 10 Holiday Gifts For Your Loved One With Dementia

This holiday season, look no further, we have a great list of gifts for your loved one living with dementia! Whether you’re on a budget or stuck on what to gift someone with a memory impairment, we’ve

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