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Residents and staff alike have been adapting to the unprecedented shift in our regular day-to-day schedules. But that doesn’t mean that the fun has to stop! We’ve been coming up with creative and innovative ways to stay active, keep connected, and make the best of each day. We’ve been dropping off special deliveries for residents, organizing socially distanced celebrations, and cheering on the super staff who are the heart and soul of The Bristal.
The Bristal recognizes that community is vitally important – it is at the heart of who we are as a company. Though residents are not able to have visitors at this time, we are encouraging lots of phone calls, FaceTime, and Skype sessions. Connections Corner is our online portal where anyone can send messages of love and support to residents and staff at our communities to help spread positivity, and strengthen community relationships.
Life at The Bristal
Experience senior living at its finest at each of our privately owned senior care communities. Our residents can come and go as they wish from our luxurious accommodations, while our compassionate and expert staff are on hand for daily assistance. Learn more about independent living, assisted living, and memory care services, and see why every day means more at The Bristal.
2020 marks the beginning of a brand-new decade, but it is also a very special year for The Bristal Assisted Living. Not only do we currently boast 20 gorgeous communities (and still counting!), but we’re celebrating our 20th Anniversary!
This year, we fondly look back on our accomplishments from the past 20 years. More importantly, though, we plan to celebrate all the wonderful things that make The Bristal special (you can learn more about this here). We are looking into the future and are ready for more! We hope you’ll follow us on this journey as we commemorate 20 years of proudly serving seniors and their families.
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