At this time, The Bristal communities are not allowing any visitors as a precaution to help protect residents and staff. However, we would still love to connect with you and take you on a virtual tour of our community. Simply fill out the schedule a visit form as usual and select a date and time that works best for you. For now, we’ll connect online, walk you through our beautiful common spaces, and answer any questions you may have about life at The Bristal. We look forward to “meeting” you soon!
The Bristal at East Meadow offers a warm and down-to-earth atmosphere, yet is located right in the center of it all, in the heart of Nassau County on Long Island. Residents here enjoy a vibrant social life, and our Director of Recreation keeps the daily schedule packed with activities, parties, lectures, outings, and more. Our caring and compassionate staff provide exceptional support and assistance, and residents can live their best life knowing that help is there if they need it. The Bristal at East Meadow also offers special care and support for residents with Alzheimer’s disease and dementia in the Reflections Memory Care area.
East Meadow couldn’t be more centrally located. Roosevelt Field Mall is just a stone’s throw away from our front door, and Eisenhower Park is right across the street. Need a bank, a pharmacy, or even a nearby college? So many excellent choices are only minutes away. There’s easy access to major roadways, too, like Hempstead Turnpike, Merrick Avenue, the Northern State, and the Meadowbrook Parkway – so getting to and from The Bristal at East Meadow is quick and convenient.
Photos and Events in East Meadow
Happenings in East Meadow
The past few months at The Bristal at East Meadow have been busy! The recreation staff has done an outstanding job of thinking creatively to ensure residents have plenty of activities to choose from, while maintaining social distance. Always […]
Going Teal in Support of Alzheimer's Awareness
From abstract art classes to a special dancing program conducted by representatives from the Alzheimer's Foundation of America, The Bristal Assisted Living communities showed their support of "Light the World in Teal" in colorful ways.