October 30, 2018 │ Vol. 23.2
Just over 2 weeks until Casino Night on Thursday, November 15th!
Do you want to help children who have been abused, vulnerable seniors, and people battling addictions or mental illness right here on Long Island? Then you need to attend EAC Network's Casino Night on November 15th!

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What's Happening
Carol O'Neill Named Woman of Distinction
EAC Network's Senior Director of Senior & Nutrition Services , Carol O'Neill, was recently awarded Assemblyman Dave McDonough's Woman of Distinction Award in the Community and Civic Affairs category for her long-standing and dedicated work to serving vulnerable older adults in our community. Carol has been with EAC Network for over 30 years and has spearheaded programs including In-Home Respite Services , Meals on Wheels , Nutrition Education & Food Services , and more.
AARP Volunteers Conduct Toiletry Drive for TCM
Hempstead AARP volunteers collected bags and bags of much-needed toiletries for EAC Network clients transitioning back into society via our Transitional Case Management program. Pictured are Denise Devlin, Director, Foundation & Corporate Relations; Sharon Izzo, AARP Volunteer; Betty Bradford, AARP Volunteer; Mary Reid, AARP Volunteer; Lisa Newman, Program Director, TCM; and Tania Chandler Peterson, Vice President of Operations.
HEAP Engages Community in Preparation for Winter
EAC Network's Home Energy Assistance Program (HEAP) staff recently attended Senator Kemp Hannon’s Senior Health Expo at St. Paul’s School in Garden City, where they were able to engage the community and educate them on how programs like HEAP and WRAP (Weatherization Referral and Packaging) can help them and their loved ones manage the colder months. Pictured are Senator Kemp Hannon, Nelly Otoronco, and Lupe Cordova. Learn more about HEAP in time for winter here .
Senior Director of Senior & Nutrition Services Represented with AARP
Carol O’Neill, Senior Director of Senior & Nutrition Services is pictured with Beth Finkel, New York State Director,  AARP  and David McNally, AARP , at the Lifespan Respite Sustainability Summit in Albany. EAC Network's In-Home Respite Services program has supported Nassau County family caregivers for 33 years by providing trained companions who spend time with, and care for, older adults with memory loss, Alzheimer's, and other dementia while their caregivers take some much-needed time off to run errands, take care of business, or simply relax. Learn more about how In-Home Respite Services can help you here .
Upcoming Events
Saturday, November 3, 2018

Did you know that 3 out of 4 car seats are installed incorrectly? EAC Network's Safe Start program is partnering with Legislator DuWayne Gregory, the  Amityville Police Department , the  Amityville Fire Department , and the Suffolk County Police Department  for a car seat inspection event on Saturday, November 3rd at the Amityville Fire Department at 55 West Oak Street in Amityville. EAC Network certified technicians will be on-site to inspect car seats and provide parents with essential information about child passenger safety.

Inspections are by appointment only. To schedule an appointment, please call 631-648-7100 x219.
Thursday, November 15, 2018

Feeling lucky? Join EAC Network for an evening of excitement and exhilaration! Enjoy cocktails and hors d’oeuvres, live and silent auctions, specialty food stations, decadent desserts, a money wheel, your favorite table and card games including blackjack, roulette, and craps, chance and casino prizes, and more!

EAC Network will honor Louis A. Bruno, James Bruno, and Louis Guerra, Partners at  Albrecht Bruno & O’Shea Funeral Homes  and Charles J. O'Shea Funeral Homes for their dedication to assisting our  Community Guardianship   program and their commitment to helping those in need.


Roulette: Treeline
Black Jack: NFP
Casino Table: M&T Bank , WB Mason Co., Inc.
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