Senior Care Blog

Our Senior Care Blog is dedicated to helping seniors maintain good health. The Bristal Assisted Living is committed to all focuses of senior care, including independent living, assisted living and those with Alzheimers Disease and other cognitive disorders. Find out all you need to know about senior care by reading our senior care blog for the most up to date information.

Fresh Waffles in Westbury Reflections

Posted by: The Bristal

Here’s a great shot of Chef Paul serving Estelle home made fresh waffles with fruit in Westbury Reflections. This waffle is hot off the iron, prepared just seconds earlier right in the dining room! We’re glad to offer these fun and different ways of preparing and serving food. You can read more about this effort under the Alluring Eats section on our Signature Programs page. Bon Appetit!


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East Northport Visits HorseAbility

Posted by: The Bristal

Residents from East Northport headed out for another equine therapy session at HorseAbility. This program is for everyone – animal lover or not! It’s a great way to enjoy the outdoors, pet, feed and groom the horses and enjoy time with friends. The volunteers at HorseAbility are very knowledgeable and helpful. It truly is a great program!


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Announcing Our Holiday Card Contest Winner 2013

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Creative expression, at any age, is an enjoyable way to spend time, energize the mind, practice dexterity and, quite simply, let the good feelings flow. When we at The Bristal decided to ask our residents to submit their art work to appear on our holiday card this year, our intention was to engage them in helping us create a truly personal visual message. We also wanted everyone, including our instructors and art therapists, to have fun. What we discovered in the process is that there is a remarkable pool of talent … read more

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