Articles tagged with: Sayville

Testimonial From Ann

Posted by: The Bristal

Dear Ms. McKeon,

It has been almost a year since my mother moved into the Bristal in Sayville and I am so grateful. Everyday I show up and I am greeted by a warm smile from Gerri and words of encouragement. I never know what type of day my mother is going to have given her dementia, but as soon as I enter Reflections, I am given an update. Many of days my mother gives everyone a run for their money of why she “can’t” get up, but I know if Carol or Hermanna or any of the other aides have … read more

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Testimonial: Genuine Care, Great Help (5 / 5 Stars)

Posted by: The Bristal

They were always there to help out, answered all our questions, took us on multiple tours, and just showed endless patience. When some family members showed a little hesitancy, the entire staff chipped in to help out and they really went out of their way to make us all feel comfortable in our decision. It has been a very positive experience with The Bristal Assisted Living at Sayville and I would highly recommend them.

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Eight Communities Named “Caring Star of 2015” by Caring.com

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The Bristal Assisted Living Named “Caring Star of 2015” for Service Excellence in Assisted Living
Positive Feedback in Online Reviews Puts The Bristal at East Northport, Lynbrook, Massapequa, North Hills, North Woodmere, Sayville, Westbury and Woodcliff Lake Among the Best Communities in the Nation

 

Caring.com has named The Bristal at East Northport, Lynbrook, Massapequa, North Hills, North Woodmere, Sayville, Westbury and Woodcliff Lake as a “Caring Star” of 2015, as part of an annual nationwide program honoring service excellence based on consumer ratings and reviews posted on … read more

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Announcing Our Holiday Card Contest Winner 2013

Posted by: The Bristal

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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