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

Photographer Asia Lee features work at the LIAD Center!

Long-time supporter and talented photographer, Asia Lee, is best known for her unique ability to capture rare beautiful moments of nature and everyday life at their best. Her beautiful, attention-grabbing

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ClientFirst Strategy Inc.

Executive Director, Tori Cohen, Interview With ClientFirst Strategy Inc.

Executive Director, Tori Cohen, was interviewed by Mitchell Goldberg with ClientFirst Strategy Inc. to discuss the important topic of Alzheimer’s disease and dementia. Tori shares her insights and wealth

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Bravo’s Project Runway Star to Make Appearance and Design at LIAD Center’s Luncheon Event

At this year’s Long Island Alzheimer’s & Dementia Center’s Annual Women’s Luncheon & Fashion Show, Bravo’s Project Runway star, ShaVi Lewis, will be making an appearance as well

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Women’s Luncheon

LIAD Center Announces Honoree for Annual Women’s Luncheon

The Long Island Alzheimer’s and Dementia (LIAD) Center is pleased to announce that Jennifer Devine of Caring People has been selected as the 2020 Women’s Luncheon & Fashion Show Honoree.“Jennifer

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January Newsletter

Looking to Start the New Year With Generosity? Start 2020 With Generosity! We put together a supply list that will help support our incredible programs and services, including music player devices,

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The LIAD Center’s offers a Lunch Program!

Exciting news! As of January 2020, the LIAD Center will provide full lunches to our day program participants. Thanks to our new lunch program, partially funded by Maspeth Federal Savings Bank, caregivers

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Board of Trustees Member

Meet Scott W. Berfas, New Board of Trustees Member

The Long Island Alzheimer’s & Dementia Center proudly welcomes Scott W. Berfas, Managing Director at Newmark Knight Frank, to the Board of Trustees.Mr. Berfas serves as a corporate real estate specialist

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Vascular Dementia

Learn About Vascular Dementia

As the second most common type of dementia, vascular dementia results in a significant decline in an individual's thinking ability. This condition can cause problems with balance, speech, or memory. Similar

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December Newsletter

December Newsletter

Long Island Alzheimer’s Foundation Changes Name To Reflect Broad Services Available Read about our name change! Effective immediately, The Long Island Alzheimer’s Foundation has changed its name

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LIBN: Naming Rights and Wrongs

Long Island Alzheimer's & Dementia Center is featured in Long Island Business News. A new brand identity helps Long Island Alzheimer's & Dementia Center tout its services. See full article bel...

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