Alzheimer's Disease Resource Center
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Counseling and Referrals

Counseling and Referrals 

The ADRC is here for you and your family.  

Our staff offers unconditional support and professional counseling services to individuals
and their family members impacted by Alzheimer's disease or a related cognitive impairment. 

What can you expect?

  • A dedicated care consultant who will listen
  • Assistance navigating the caregiving process
  • Insight into understanding how Alzheimer's disease progresses
  • One-on-one or family group consulting sessions.
    (These can be conducted in person, at several
    convenient ADRC locations across Long Island,
    or via telephone or conference call.)
  • An ongoing resource for additional questions, sharing concerns or addressing changes

Alzheimer's disease is progressive and moves through a series of stages, each which create
more challenges and limitations. Families are encouraged to reach out to us at any time,
and as many times as needed, throughout their loved one's Alzheimer's journey.

An important process we facilitate with families is collaborating on a care plan for
their loved one. The care plan clearly identifies current challenges, solutions and
provides appropriate referrals to necessary service providers. The sessions are both
supportive and educational. We understand how overwhelming and all-encompassing the
role of a caregiver can be. Our people, our knowledge and the resources we trust are
all here to help.

SUPPORT GROUPS

Knowing that you are not alone helps people cope with the stress
and issues associated with caregiving for a person with
Alzheimer's disease.  ADRC hosts a series of support groups
across Long Island.  Please click below to find a group that
works for your schedule and location.  Attendance is free of
charge.

 

Resource Guides

 

 

 

Resource Library

ADRC's headquarters features a comfortable and quiet Resource
Library.
  It is filled with helpful information that users can take with them
on the individual service providers or organizations ADRC
recommends in our Resource Guide.
  In addition, it contains a series of reference books on Alzheimer's
disease and associated topics that our clients may borrow.

 

 

 

 

 

WE HAVE MOVED!

200 Carleton Avenue
East Islip, NY 11730

 

 

 

 

Please email us at info@ADRCinc.org or
call the office at (631) 580-5100
to learn more about volunteer opportunities.