Family First successfully completed its very first virtual training series for its employees this past week. Topics included the coronavirus, myths and facts about the virus, how stay healthy, best ways to disinfect, and how to provide client care while social distancing. As Long Island continues to follow the New York Pause Guidelines, Family First…

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For many, the holidays are a time of celebration, joy, and family. For families coping with a diagnosis of Alzheimer’s disease, this time of the year can bring stress, anxiety, and caregiver burnout. This is particularly challenging during family gatherings. If your loved one is unable to effectively communicate, is experiencing debilitating anxiety, or if…

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