alzheimer's support group near me
Art Therapy for peopel with Alzheimer's and Dementia
Community Support on Long Island
Answers and Support
Help & Hope

ADRC is a Long Island nonprofit providing resources and support for those impacted by cognitive decline. We partner with families to provide care consultations, support groups, life-enrichment activities, and education.

Art Therapy
Quality of Life

By offering life-enrichment activities, ADRC helps those with cognitive decline express themselves and their creativity. Programs offered include Art, Music, Equine, Memory Cafes, Museum Programs, and much more. Participants and caregivers enjoy activities together, creating new memories.

Community support
Community Connections

Whether it’s our East Islip location or out in the community, 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 and who have been vetted by our organization.


The Alzheimer's Disease Resource Center - serving Long Island families since 1983

We provide care consultations, information & referrals, community education, support groups, life-enrichment and therapy programs for caregivers and their loved ones. We offer educational training to professional healthcare workers, graduate students, and other organizations throughout Long Island.

Our Mission

To provide care, support and educational programs for families in need, and to be advocates for local families who are coping with Alzheimer’s Disease and other dementias.

Our Impact

Measuring Help & Hope

Each day families across Long Island reach out to ADRC looking for answers and resources. We assist families with the ongoing challenges of cognitive decline and other forms of dementia. Our  staff is knowledgeable and trained. Reach out today to learn more.

Here’s how our dedicated team served Long Island Families in 2023

Art Expression Program – 198 Session & 150 Artists 

Life Enrichment Sessions Offered – 229 Activities & 1904 Participants

Education & Training – 85 Family Caregiver Programs & 46 Professional

Community Education – 58 Presentations & 3484 Individuals attending

Care Consultations – 176 Initial Care Consults, 145 Follow-up = 303

Support Groups – 150 Group Meetings, 275 Individuals

Families attending our
Equine Therapy Program