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Long Island Alzheimer's Foundation
Address:5 Channel Drive Port Washington NY 11050
World Wide Web: http://www.liaf.org/
LIAF offers a vast array of programs and services, including: the area's largest resource and referral center, with a telephone hot-line; The Memory Lane Club, a social-model adult day services program; support groups for caregivers and early-stage individuals; social stimulation programs for early-and mid-stage patients; 'Alzheimer's Companions,' an in-home respite program; 'A Caregiver's Friend,' providing information and support via telephone; staff certified social workers; conferences and workshops; LIAFline, a free informative newsletter; LIAF's Alzheimer's Disease Directory of Services; Living With Alzheimer's, an award-winning video series (these last three available in every public library in Queens, Brooklyn, Nassau and Suffolk); a Home Safety Program and a Speakers' Bureau.
Mon - Fri, 9:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.
Fees/Methods of Payment:Fees vary by program. Scholarship and sliding scale fee arrangements are available if needed.
Access for People with Disabilities:Fully accessible.
Services Offered:In-Home Assistance, Mutual Support Groups, Outreach Programs, Recreational Activities, Specialized Information and Referral, Workshops / Symposiums,
Languages Offered:Cantonese, Chinese, Spanish,
Target Groups(By Need):Older Adults,