Moderate Stage Alzheimer’s Program - Long Island Alzheimer's and Dementia Center

Moderate Stage Alzheimer's Program

As the disease progresses into the moderate stage, your role may transition from care partner into a caregiver. There can be more hands-on care when you notice your loved one behaving in ways with symptoms such as confusing words or getting agitated or frustrated.

Other symptoms may include:

  • An increased likelihood of wandering and getting lost.
  • Being unable to recall their telephone number, address, or name.
  • Changes in sleeping patterns, like being restless at night or sleeping during the day
  • Confusion surrounding what day it is or where they are Forgetting their personal history or events. .
  • Feeling of withdrawal or agitation, particularly in mentally or socially challenging situations.
  • Needing assistance choosing appropriate clothing for the occasion or season.
  • Repetitive behavior, such as tissue shredding or asking repetitive questions
  • Trouble controlling bowels and bladder.

When your loved one enters the moderate stage, The Long Island Alzheimer's and Dementia Center is here to help through that transition with our programs.

Happy Days Club 

  • The LIAD Center’s Happy Days Club program is offered Monday -Saturday from 10am-2pm. It encourages diagnosed individuals to freely express themselves in a supportive and safe environment.
  • Participants are engaged with a variety of activities, such as: 
    • Simple Word Games 
    • Table-top games and group activities 
    • Discussion of topics of special interest 
    • Music and Art Projects 
    • Chair Exercise and Dancing 
    • Pet Therapy 
    • Movement and Music Therapy with a Licensed Creative Arts Therapist 
    • Live music entertainment  

Please call us at 516-767-6856 for more information.

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