Early Stage Alzheimer's Program
“Early stage” Alzheimer’s disease refers to those who are in the beginning stages of the disease. In this stage, your loved one may be able to continue with their regular daily activities and sustain regular conversations. Instead of considering yourself as a caregiver, you may only be needed as a care partner. In either case, encouraging your loved one to participate in a supportive, positive, and stimulating program such as the Long Island Alzheimer's and Dementia Center early stage program can help their wellbeing and help them stay healthier longer.
Long Island Alzheimer's and Dementia Center’s early stage Alzheimer’s disease program is designed to provide the help and support your loved one and you need. Our early stage Alzheimer’s program involves:
- Personal support and guidance to the individual with Alzheimer’s disease
- Education on Alzheimer’s related concerns and issues
- An inviting environment to share experiences with others who are on the same journey
- Opportunities to engage socially and form new social bonds
- Meaningful activities and opportunities for cognitive stimulation and enhancement
If you or a loved one has been diagnosed with early stage Alzheimer’s, being involved with Long Island Alzheimer's and Dementia Center’s early stage program may prove to be exceptionally beneficial. We encourage you to learn more or participate in our AL’Z Club.
Monday through Friday, the AL’Z Club meets to provide those with early stage Alzheimer’s cognitive stimulation and structured social activities.
Learn more about the AL’Z Club.
Transportation Services to Early Stage Alzheimer’s Program
Long Island Alzheimer's and Dementia Center proudly offers transportation services to its participants to and from the center. We're able to provide door-to-door services for families located in select areas of Nassau County. Designed for optimum accessibility, Long Island Alzheimer's and Dementia Center currently has two wheel-chair accessible vehicles. Our vehicles are driven by Long Island Alzheimer's and Dementia Center dementia-trained drivers, and are accompanied by program staff when needed. Our appropriately trained transportation staff allows us to ensure the highest level of safety for your loved one during their travels.
How an Early Stage Program Can Prevent Other Complications?
The benefits of an early stage Alzheimer’s program is widely understood by the families with loved ones suffering from the disease. Seniors in early stage Alzheimer’s disease regularly face challenges that require additional attention and care. In addition to preventing further onset of Alzheimer’s disease, Long Island Alzheimer's and Dementia Center’s early stage Alzheimer’s disease program can help prevent some of the other side effects, such as:
- Isolation Prevention: By participating in our early stage Alzheimer’s program, your loved one is much less likely to isolate themselves and have problems with depression.
- Mood swings: One of the most common problems associated with your loved one losing their memory is mood swings. Our program helps create the supportive environments to help them cope.
- Loss of Sense of Judgement: Seniors suffering from early stage memory loss may also have the tendency to misjudge things. They may experience difficulty judging time, distances, or may believe they’ve taken their medications when they haven’t.
Long Island Alzheimer's and Dementia Center's early stage Alzheimer's program is designed to help slow the effects of dementia and help maintain your loved one's quality of life.
Contact Long Island Alzheimer's and Dementia Center for More Information on Our Early Stage Alzheimer’s Program
The professionals at Long Island Alzheimer's and Dementia Center are here to provide help, guidance, and support along the way. Our early stage Alzheimer's program is uniquely designed to provide mental stimulation for your loved one to help preserve or maintain the abilities they still have.
Contact the Long Island Alzheimer's and Dementia Center to learn more about our early stage Alzheimer's program.