Click Link above or email: vote@ppsafi@com A message from Dawn Feniello Bressingham, President Priority Pension Services, Inc.   CP Nassau is facing unprecedented challenges as a result of COVID-19.  As a proud Foundation Board Member for this amazing organization, I want to help them in any way I can so I need your help!   It’s…

Monday April 27th was an exciting day at CP Bayville, after enduring the “no visiting” policy due to COVID -19, the residents were getting ready to see their family and friends for the first time in over a month in a special way! The social workers at the residence had called families the week before…

For their 12th birthdays, instead of a birthday parade, Bayville residents Lizzie Watson and Liz Madden asked family and friends to donate snacks to the staff at CP Bayville. They delivered a heaping pile of all sorts of goodies, and treats for the hardworking frontline staff at CP Bayville. Amy Watson, Lizzie’s mother is the…

Some of the staff and residents at the Center were able to spend sometime outside and enjoy the sun and fresh air!

CP Nassau is so grateful to the Tommy Brull Foundation for this very generous donation of $2,000. Your support now, in these very challenging times, and over the years is greatly appreciated!

CP Nassau program participants say THANKS to dedicated staff in this beautiful tribute created by Maura Wachsberger.

Elvis Trenchfield from “Chef Elvis Caribbean Cuisine,” located on Main Street in Freeport, donated food on April 22 for the staff at the CP Center in Roosevelt. Before becoming an Entrepreneur, Elvis worked in the CP Nassau Adult Day program for a number of years as a direct support professional and a community coach. Elvis…

Back in early April, when the coronavirus first affected our Bayville facility and all of the program participants and staff within, we really had to scramble for masks and gowns. It was so urgent for us to keep our staff healthy, so they could take care of our participants. Supplies seemed to disappear overnight! We…

“Staying Vigilant and A Special Thanks to our Frontline Workers and our Residents” Bob McGuire and Sonia Knight CLICK HERE TO VIEW:   

  READ LI HERALD ARTICLE By Jennifer Corr It all started with feelings of concern for fellow Bayville residents, followed by some phone calls. They work at Glen Cove Hospital and continue to do so even during the coronavirus pandemic. “I’m a Bayville mom,” said Lauren Themis, a Bayville resident. “A couple of girlfriends, a…