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Women’s Luncheon &
Fashion Show
Honoring Jeannie Doherty-Benckwit, RN
AgeWell New York
Friday, April 12, 2019
North Hempstead Country Club,

Port Washington, NY

LIAF is proud to partner with Catholic Health Services

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March Social Saturdays – Memory Café
3/23: Memory Café Event Caregiver required to attend Learn More!
Caregiver Trainings: Caring for the Caregiver
Caregiver Trainings Tuesday, March 26, 2019 – 2:30pm – 3:30pm Hillside-New Hyde Park Public Library 155 Lakeville Road, New Hyde[...]
Spousal Support Group (Every Thursday)
Spousal Support Group. Every Thursday, 1:00-2:00 pm. 1025 Old Country Road, Suite 115, Westbury, NY 11590 (parking lots available on[...]
Trivia Games
Prepare for April Fool's Day with some challenging trivia games!
Adult Children Group
Adult Children Group: First & Third Tuesday of Every Month, 1:00-2:00 pm. 1025 Old Country Road, Suite 115, Westbury, NY[...]


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Janice V., Caregiver

I must say that everyone at LIAF has been wonderful. You are all VERY special people, indeed, to work so well with the Alzheimer's population and to be so understanding and helpful to those families who find themselves in the mist of this unfortunate and painful situation. Thank you again for all.


Jessica S., Granddaughter

Thank you for being there for my family when we didn't know where else to turn. More importantly, thank you for pointing us in the right direction and making us feel less alone as we struggled to know what to do and how to handle my grandfather's dementia. With the support we received from you and others at LIAF, we were able to normalize a situation that was so foreign to us [...]


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Here at LIAF, we celebrate every milestone! Happy Birthday to our wonderful Ralph!! ... See MoreSee Less

Here at LIAF, we celebrate every milestone! Happy Birthday to our wonderful Ralph!!


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Congratulations Ralph🎉 🍰 🍨Happy Birthday 🍰🍨

Happpy Birthday Ralph!

LIAF’s Social Saturdays was filled with the luck of the Irish this week and our wonderful Making Memories at the Movies with Marcy Rhodes! To top it off we celebrated Marcy’s birthday...thank you for sharing your special day with us and our participants!! ... See MoreSee Less


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The mission of Long Island Alzheimer’s Foundation (LIAF) is to help improve the quality of life for individuals living with Alzheimer’s disease and related memory disorders, and their caregivers.

For 30 years, LIAF has been providing supportive community-based services to Alzheimer’s families on Long Island. LIAF takes considerable pride in its pioneering role in the development of cutting edge services that foster the independence, dignity, well-being and safety of individuals with Alzheimer’s, thus aiding in the prevention of premature nursing home placement. LIAF’s programs offer help and hope for families grappling with Alzheimer’s disease.

To learn more, please visit our Programs page. And as always, please contact us with any questions or concerns you may have. We're here to help!

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