Answers & Partnership

You or a loved one has received a dementia or Alzheimer’s diagnosis. Now what? We’ve answered that question since 2003. Our individual consultations, group support, engaging programs and training are designed to meet your needs. Let us guide you.

Quality of Life

The staff of ADRC takes pride in making the most of each person each day. Robust Art, Music, and Equine programs have therapeutic and social value. Participants and caregivers enjoy activities together to further enhance the experience.

Community Connections

Whether it’s our Bay Shore headquarters or a satellite location, ADRC makes it easy to access helpful resources. Information, advice and referrals are provided free of charge. Our network links you to healthcare and legal professionals who offer specialized assistance.

Advancing Research

We envision a future free from Alzheimer’s and related forms of dementia. Our financial support focuses on scientific research and promising clinical trials. As a respected authority, ADRC also advocates for state and federal funding.


Welcome to Alzheimer's Disease Resource Center

Serving Long Island, N.Y.

We coordinate services and provide support to match your needs and challenges.

Our Mission

To give help and hope to people affected by Alzheimer’s or related dementia, including diagnosed individuals and those who love and care for them.

Our Impact

How do you Measure compassion?

ADRC makes a positive difference in the lives of Long Island residents with an Alzheimer’s or dementia diagnosis. We also help their families and caregivers manage ongoing challenges. Our staff is here throughout the process as a partner in the journey. 

Here’s how our dedicated team helped in in the Past Year:

819 Individual & Family Support Consultations Provided

2,526 Local Families Accessed Information

3,233 People Participated Support Group Sessions

250 Caregivers Received Professional Training

1,334 People Enriched by Art, Music & Equine Therapy Programs

Michele Payne, Program Director

Michele Payne, M. Ed.
Director of Programs


Art Therapy for people with Alzheimer's Disease on Long Island

An Artful Afternoon!

Thanks to all the artists, caregivers, volunteers, supporters and friends who took part in ADRC’s 2019 Art Expression Program Tea & Art Exhibit June 6th.

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