My Nonprofit Reviews
Review for Long Island Alzheimer's Foundation, Inc., Port Washington, NY, USA
One year after my husband, Edward, was diagnosed with Alffzheimer's dementia, his doctor suggested I join a caregiver support group/ My research led me to LIAF, which I learned not only had a caregiver support group but also had programs for people with dementia.
Edward started attending these programs a few times a week and now attends LIAF all five days. He looks forward to attending these programs and when he arrives home he has a smile on his face. He will often say he had a good time even though he can't remember the grogram.
LIAF has given me the support I needed to accept and understand Alzheimer's. It also gives me respite when he is at LIAf and I can relax knowing he is safe and enjoying himself. LIAF is a wonderful program which helps the caregiver learn to handle problems related to dementia.
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