December Newsletter
December Newsletter

December Newsletter

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 clearly reflect the wide range of programs and services that the center offers to families affected by Alzheimer’s disease and related forms of dementia.


Holiday Giving

Looking to send more of a personal gift to the LIAD Center this year? We put together a supply list that will help support our incredible programs and services, including music player devices, arts & crafting supplies and office supplies. Your kind donation will directly help the LIAD Center continue and expand its services that benefit your community.


New Blog Post: Holiday Traveling With Your Diagnosed Loved One

The holidays usually mean seeing family, near or far. But for those who are caring for a loved one with dementia, traveling can be very stressful. We put together some tips to help ease anxiety about the process.


Meet Danielle Schwartzberg, Director of Special Events and Community Outreach

The Long Island Alzheimer’s & Dementia Center proudly welcomes Danielle Schwartzberg to our team! Click below to read more about Danielle's professional experience.


Making Memories at the Movies
with Marcy Rhodes

A unique program designed for people living with memory loss and their care partners. Individuals of all ages enjoy clips of classic films and television programs followed by guided conversation and reminiscence.

Saturday, January 11th
12:45 - 1:45 p.m at the Center
$10 per person admission
To RSVP, contact Melissa Katz at
(516) 767-6856


The 2019 Long Island
Real Estate Committee Fundraiser

On Tuesday, December 10th, the Long Island Real Estate Committee held their 2nd annual fundraising event! This year, the committee honored Henry Bergman and Jeff Wasserman, owners of 1025 LI Technology Center. Friends, family and the community gathered for an exciting evening to benefit the LIAD Center's programs and services.

The event was catered with delicious food and drinks by H On the Harbor Events, had lively music, great company and raised over $30,000!


The Sharp Note's Winter Performance

The Sharp Notes end-of-year performance was an absolute success!
Special thank you to our talented program participants and caregivers, hard working staff, our program conductor, Pat Kaiser, as well as the families that attended to support and sing along. Call the LIAD Center at (516) 767-6856 to register you and your loved one in the chorus program's Spring semester!

About the Author Long Island Alzheimer's and Dementia Center

At the Long Island Alzheimer's and Dementia Center, our mission is to improve the quality of life for those living with Alzheimer’s disease and related forms of dementia, and their caregivers. We actively work to achieve this mission through research-based programming for all stages of Alzheimer’s, Caregiver Support Groups, in-home respite solutions, transportation options, and additional services.

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