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Dementia and Hearing Loss

Dementia and Hearing Loss: Is Anyone Listening?

Over the past few years, researchers at Johns Hopkins have completed several studies examining the connection between dementia and hearing loss. To do so, these researchers consistently met with a

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See Jay Asparro Featured in Newsday

Jay Asparro of Plainview was featured in Newsday. Click button below to read the entire article. Read More!

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Name Change

Long Island Alzheimer’s Foundation Changes Name To Reflect Broad Services Available

Effective immediately, The Long Island Alzheimer’s Foundation has changed its name to the Long Island Alzheimer’s & Dementia Center. The name of the 31-year old not for profit was changed to more

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October Newsletter

LIAF Shining Star: Grace Johnson, LMSWGrace Johnson, LMSW, Director of Counseling Services and Health Operations, was honored at the 2019 LIBN 30 under 30 ceremony. The 30 Under 30 Awards recognize the

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Meet Our Staff

Meet Our Staff: Mandy Klarman, LCSW

Meet Our Staff!Mandy Klarman, LCSW, Director of Onboarding and Client CoordinationMandy Klarman first came to the Long Island Alzheimer's and Dementia Center in 2018.  A stay at home mom engaged with

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Long Island Woman

Tori Cohen Featured in the September issue of Long Island Woman

Executive director of Westbury-based Long Island Alzheimer's and Dementia Center, Tori Cohen was featured in the September issue of Long Island Woman. View the entire article below.

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Dementia and Depression

Crystalizing the Two Links Between Dementia and Depression

Everyone feels down from time to time, but the link between dementia and depression is much stronger than a one-off feeling. In fact, much of the latest research suggests depression affects those with

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Join Us for BINGO to Raise Money for the 4th Annual Ann Asparro Run

On National Grandparent's Day — Sunday, September 8th — the Long Island Alzheimer's and Dementia Center invites you and your family to a delightful afternoon of BINGO! Offering prizes and raffle items,

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The 2019 Ann Asparro Run: 100 Miles, 1 Day, $100K

Watching a loved one face the challenges of living with Dementia can be devastating. However, it was this very devastation that inspired Jay Asparro to do something special. After watching his grandmother

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Myths About Dementia

Most Common Myth There is no point in obtaining or facing the diagnosis. This is a huge mistake. It affects the overall experience of diagnosed and caregiver. Getting the diagnosis allows for:

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