Alzheimer's & Brain Awareness Month Event

Recognizing June Alzheimer’s and Brain Awareness Month

June is Alzheimer's and Brain Awareness Month - an opportunity to raise awareness about cognitive health and recognize the more than 5 million American's living with cognitive impairment, as well as those that care for them.


In honor of the world-wide campaign, the LIAD Center staff created personal care packages for our families to help support cognitive stimulation and brain health. Special thanks to our sponsor, Elder Healthcare Services, packages included Summer-themed goodies, crafts, games and more!


Elder Healthcare Services helps families navigate and structure financial resources to ensure Medicaid acceptance quickly and efficiently. Their dedicated team is made up of people who know the system inside and out. Their mission is to make a difference in people's lives, to turn closed doors into open pathways, and to be a part of the solution.

About the Author Dana Castoria

Dana’s personal interest in health and wellness ignites her passion to help execute impactful change in the nonprofit field. As a Hofstra University graduate with a degree in Public Health and a demonstrated history in communications, Dana is committed to merge the community, individuals and professionals of Long Island to help the Long Island Alzheimer's and Dementia Center achieve its mission. Having joined the team in July 2017, she came from an assisted living facility and with over 5 years’ experience in the senior care field. Dana helped the Long Island Alzheimer's and Dementia Center plant it’s feet and grow in the new Westbury location, and believes her efforts to attain the resources to further develop and sustain its services is her part in caring for and supporting diagnosed individuals and caregivers. Outside of the office, you can find Dana exploring Manhattan, on the beach with a volleyball, dog-watching at a park or spending time with her family and friends, especially if a board game is involved!

Have you or a loved one been diagnosed with Alzheimer's Disease or dementia?

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