Senior Housing and Assisted Living in Nassau County Long Island
Nassau County is the western-most county of Long Island, directly between Suffolk County to the east and Queens and Brooklyn to the west. Nassau County has two cities, three towns, and 64 incorporated villages and is home to numerous Assisted Living and Dementia Care Communities.
Nassau County offers a unique senior living experience—boasting the proximity to both the high-end beaches and shopping of The Hamptons and the endless opportunities of Queens, Brooklyn, and Greater NYC, including JFK Airport. Nassau County itself offers a charming, idealistic setting full of history, diversity, culinary excellence, and famous beaches.
We happily serve individuals and families in every city, town, and incorporation in Nassau County, including Atlantic Beach, Bayville, Cedarhurst, Farmingdale, Floral Park, Freeport, Garden City, Glen Cove, Hempstead, Hicksville, Long Beach, Lake Success, Oyster Bay, Sands Point, Westbury, and beyond.
Popular Assisted Living Facilities
117 Post Avenue
Westbury, New York 11590
The Bristal in Westbury is located near the heart of the bustling downtown of Westbury. The community takes advantage of this location, arranging trip quicks to town to shop, eat, or just get outside for a walk. This community has a nice outdoor garden, a putting green, cinema, fitness center, and a dozen activities each day to keep residents busy and engaged. The Bristal communities are all known for great food, and this building is no exception. Three chef prepared meals each day, served off an extensive menu, gives residents a restaurant experiences every day.
94 School Street
Glen Cove, New York 11542
The Regency in Glen Cove is a lovely, Enhanced Assisted Living and Memory community in the heart of Glen Cove, NY. The Regency features a full range of daily activities, local trip, guest lecturers, and spacious studios and one-bedroom apartments. There are several nice outdoor spaces spread throughout the community, including a porch overlooking the main street of the town, where frequent parades stop and say hello. There is restaurant style dining, and long tenured staff to help keep your loved ones healthy and active. And residents and families often just get out for a walk-through downtown Glen Cove, an increasingly active and lively town. The few Assisted Living communities that are built right into a town offer some great opportunities for active seniors to stay connected to day-to-day life.
45 Jericho Turnpike
Westbury, New York 11753
The Arbors in Westbury has an unusual pricing model – while the overwhelming majority of Long Island Assisted Living communities have two charges (Rent and Care), The Arbors charges one, single rent charge. Their Rent includes personal care services, including bathing dressing, toileting, and other types of personal care needs. This enables families to plan for future expenditures, and financial predictability in Senior Care is a great and positive thing. The Arbors features several surprisingly large outdoor spaces, visiting physicians, and local trips. For seniors with moderate physical needs and little to no memory difficulties, this is a desirable choice.
3400 Brush Hollow Rd
Westbury, New York 11590
The Amber Court in Westbury is a larger, active community. They are one of the very few Assisted Living communities in Nassau County that accept Community Medicaid to pay for part (though not all) costs associated with residency, and for Nassau County they are one of the best choices for seniors using Medicaid to pay for part of the costs of assisted living. They have a large Wellness Department, and both general practice physicians and specialists visit every week. There is a large common room for events and activities, and large outdoor space with a BBQ grill, and various trips to local attractions. Seniors with wheelchairs are welcome, as are more active residents.
150 South St #2244
Oyster Bay, New York 11771
Oyster Bay Manor is a smaller community – about sixty residents. It is housed within a historic hotel in downtown Oyster Bay, and residents have access to all the quaint shops and opportunities in downtown Oyster Bay – a vibrant community. This community provides all that a senior might need – personal care assistance, a beauty/barber shop, housekeeping, laundry, restaurant style dining, a wide variety of activities inside the building and in the surrounding North Short towns and beaches and visiting physicians. In addition, new for 2022 is an on-site Nurse Practitioner – a first for Long Island’s assisted living communities. Oyster Bay Manor is one of Long Island’s most experienced providers of Assisted Living. They are adept at helping seniors with moderate dementia continue to live an active life in Assisted Living.
Popular Memory Care & Dementia Care In Nassau County
69 N Service Rd
Lake Success, New York 11020
The Bristal is one of Long Island’s finest group of Senior Living communities. The Bristal Lake Success is Bristal’s “All Memory Care” community. The Bristal’s are known to have some of the most luxurious communities, and this one is no different. It is beautiful, lending a note of consistency between a senior’s previous life and care while living with dementia. This Bristal can house almost one hundred seniors on two floors yet is staffed to provide care and attention to every resident. The community features visiting physicians, activities within the building and in the surrounding communities, great, top shelf restaurant style meals, a beauty parlor, a cinema, and a fully staffed Wellness Department.
130 Irving Pl
Woodmere, NY 11598
This brand-new community, smaller community, set to open in early 2022, is Nassau County’s only Memory Care community serving a Kosher diet. For Jewish residents it also features an on-site synagogue. Residents of any faith, of course, are welcome to enjoy this small, boutique approach to Dementia Care. The Esplanade features a unique approach to helping seniors with dementia. They follow the general principle of Montessori education – seniors with dementia still have interests, preferences, and passions, and they are encouraged to continue to follow those interests while at the Esplanade. Group sizes for activities will be kept small, and if there is interest in a particular subject by just one or two residents, that interest will be supported and encouraged. And although The Esplanade will be new when it opens, it is managed by the Meridian Company, an internally know provider of services to seniors.
94 School St
Glen Cove, NY 11542
Memory Care at The Regency in Glen Cove is called Safe Harbor. The Memory unit at Regency was completely renovated just 2 years ago, and it features a number of different studio sizes and configurations. The space dedicated to Memory Care is substantial, and it features a dedicated, secure outdoor space. The higher staff to resident ratio gives each resident the opportunity for personal contact and discussions during the day, and the staff on duty at night assures residents and families that attention to residents is maintained during the ‘sundowning’ and overnight hours. Residents can take advantage of a variety of activities in the building, and periodically outside trips are scheduled.
400 County Line Rd
Massapequa, NY 11758
The Bristal in Massapequa, like all Bristal communities, features a dedicated, secure area specifically for seniors with Dementia. This area is called Reflections. The Reflections unit at The Bristal in Massapequa features every amenity offered for Bristal’s Assisted Living residents. These amenities include a cinema, hair salon, arts and crafts, music, pet therapy, and a variety of group and individual games. The core approach is to simplify activities so that seniors with dementia have an opportunity to succeed, reinforcing self-worth and day to day satisfaction. At this community there is also a dedicated, safe outdoor space.
Popular Independent Living In Nassau County
9 Gerhard Rd
Plainview, NY 11803
This lovely Independent community was fully and completely renovated just two years ago. It features both an indoor AND an outdoor pool. The indoor, year-round pool is unique for all Long Island. This community, presented by Chelsea Senior Living, offers resort style amenities and true independence. Each apartment comes with a full kitchen and there is also a full restaurant, and three meals included each day. The Residences at Plainview offers a full concierge service – assistance with tasks large and small that free residents up to live their best, most fulfilling lives. This community can support individuals who spend several months in other parts of the country, too. These Snowbirds have the unique opportunity to continue to follow the sun, giving them a refuse in the Northeast that is completely managed and ready when they get home.
300 Jericho Turnpike
Jericho, NY 11753
These apartments are about as luxurious as it gets for Nassau County senior living options. The Encore Luxury Living community at Jericho is part of the Bristal organization, and the amenities available match and even exceed the high standard set by the Bristal organization for Assisted Living. This community features two restaurants, an outdoor pool, a great gym, cinema, hair salon, and a full range of internal and external trips and other activities. Plus, each apartment has a full kitchen. Importantly, this community is ideal for seniors splitting time between the Northeast and other parts of the country – short term rentals are available. This Independent community is among the most complete and upscale in Nassau County and on Long Island.
What is the difference between Medicare and Medicaid?
Medicare is a federal program that provides health coverage for people who are 65+ or those under 65 with a disability. Medicaid is a state and federal program that provides health coverage if you have a very low income.
What are some questions we should ask our senior living advisor?
As a Certified Senior Advisor, feel free to ask any questions you may have. The top questions we get asked are about budgeting concerns, which level of care is right for the individual, and what is life like in an assisted living community. We are here for you and your family, to answer your questions and guide you through this process.
Can I bring my pet with me to my new assisted living home?
We can assist you in finding a new home that allows your pet. There may be a fee at move-in to cover any cleaning they will do at the end of the rental period, or they may collect a monthly fee. Most communities have a weight restriction for dogs. All communities require that residents be able to completely care for their pets or employ outside services to do so. Let’s meet and discuss your needs in your new home.
What are Activities of Daily Living (ADLs)?
Activities of daily living or ADL refer to daily self-care activities, such as eating/feeding, bathing/showering, toileting, dressing and grooming, walking or ease of movement. These help determine the level of care required to decide the best home options, such as nursing homes or assisted living or independent living. If you would like to find out more, give us a call.