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

LIAD Center Reopening Featured on CBS 2 NY

Click here to watch the video and read the article on CBS 2 NY.

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Celebrities with Dementia

As an umbrella term used to describe memory-related conditions, dementia spans across all demographics, social strata, and geographic regions —including Hollywood. In fact, many people of celebrity

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How to Decide If a Loved One Has Dementia vs Normal Aging

Watching a loved one's capabilities decline can be tough, but how do you know whether it's normal aging vs dementia? At the Long Island Alzheimer's & Dementia Center, one of the most common concerns

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Proud to be a Transparent Nonprofit Participant of the GuideStar Network

At the Long Island Alzheimer's and Dementia (LIAD) Center, we value relevance, reliability, convenience, and above all, transparency. Unlike publicly traded companies, nonprofit organizations are not

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Staff Hand Deliver Holiday-Themed Packages

To celebrate the new Spring season, LIAD Center staff hand delivered holiday-themed packages to a few of our families! Each package was filled with goodies, games and more.First they spread some Irish

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Virtual Raffle Event Raises over $15,000!

Our Virtual Raffle Event on March 24, 2021 was a great success! We had over 150 donors, over 80 Zoom attendees, and raised more than $15,000. We are so appreciative of our community and all that helped

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COVID-19 Vaccine at the LIAD Center

With the COVID-19 pandemic having affected over 30 million Americans, many pharmaceutical companies have rapidly developed vaccines to be administered to prevent the spread of the disease. Some, thankfully,

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The LIAD Center was Featured in The Atlantic

The Long Island Alzheimer's and Dementia Center is featured in The Atlantic. Click below to read the full article. Click Here to Read!

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

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