• Welcome to The Bristal at Massapequa…

    Debra Figuero

    Executive Director
    Debra Figueroa

    For me, it is rewarding to serve at a community with an atmosphere so genuinely friendly and welcoming. The Bristal Assisted Living at Massapequa, here in Nassau County, is not only inviting in design and décor, it is filled with warm and down-to-earth people who truly love being here — staff and residents, alike. The services are exceptional, the relationships are meaningful, and the activities are fun and fulfilling. I should know; I’ve been in this business for 23 years. In terms of sustaining a commitment to excellence in retirement living for seniors, The Bristal succeeds in ways that so few assisted living communities have. We hear it from what our residents have to say, and it’s a sentiment that’s echoed in the cards and letters and emails their families send us. From independent living to Alzheimer’s care, there is authentic depth and purpose in everything we do. Hands down, The Bristal does a world-class job of ensuring positive senior living experiences, making it both a privilege and a pleasure for me to be working here. The caliber of senior care and memory care services that families find here is superb.

    Services & Care Provided: Independent Living, Assisted Living, Memory Care

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    First Floor

    First Floor

    Second Floor

    Second Floor

    Dining Level

    Dining Level

    Studio

    Studio

    One Bedroom

    One Bedroom

    Two Bedroom

    Two Bedroom

    Friendship Suite

    Friendship Suite

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    Massapequa

    Reflections

    Massapequa

    Activities

  • The Bristal Better U Continuing Education and Enrichment Program

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    Caregiver Conversations

    Sharing Results & Challenges in Managing Dementia

    These sessions are intended for, but not limited to family members and friends of those who suffer from Alzheimer’s Disease and other memory impairments. The goal is to
    provide peer to peer emotional support for family members who are struggling with their loved one’s memory challenges and receive insight from other families who may have
    found innovative ways of managing this difficult time in their lives.

    Conversations Topics to include: Understanding Dementia, Communication Techniques, Expressive Behaviors, De-Stressing the Caregiver in Yourself, Promoting Independence vs. Learned Helplessness, Fun Therapeutic Activities

    Light Refreshments Provided

    Please join us:
    The Second Tuesday of Each Month
    7:00 pm
    Facilitated by Gail Kaiden, MA in Gerontological Counseling
    Please contact Gail at 516-869-2922 to RSVP or for further information

Those first few weeks were much easier than expected…She said and I quote “What’s not to like. It’s like living on a cruise ship!” Well, my family and I still laugh at how relieved we were to have learned that she was happy in this way…I am very happy with the choice I made for my mom.

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- Testimonial from Sue Cappello
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