Luxury Assisted Living on Long Island – The Bristal in Westbury, NY.
Senior Living & Assisted Living at Westbury
Upon entering The Bristal Westbury Assisted Living, right here in Nassau County, Long Island, you immediately feel transported, perhaps to spacious luxury lodging in the heart of the Caribbean… or maybe to a grand hotel downtown, spectacularly appointed. Either way, in every way, you are struck with the same notion: What a sensational place for retirement living in Long Island, NY! Keeping that feeling fresh and alive is my job here at The Bristal Assisted Living at Westbury, and is easy to do when you work with a staff as trained and committed as ours. Together, we ensure that every senior care or memory care resident in our senior living environment feels right at home. Because, after all, that is where they are: right at home. Westbury Assisted Living is just a short stroll away from great shopping, pizza or pastry. We work hard to keep this Westbury assisted living senior living community — and everything in it — immaculately maintained. Clean, current and cared for. I would not have it any other way. Plus, the social and recreational scene here is always hopping. Meaningful, fun and purposeful activities are planned and enjoyed all day long at Westbury Assisted Living — from our independent living residents to those in Alzheimer’s care. If you are among the young at heart, allow me to welcome you home to assisted living in Westbury.
My mom, Elaine Mirzoeff, has been at the Bristal in Westbury for approximately 8 years. Marion has taken the time to get to know my mom, has dealt with her in a professional, kind and sympathetic way.
It’s obvious that not only does Marion love the work that she does, she really cares, not just for my mom, for all the residents at the Bristal (I’ve seen her in action). She wants to see the residents happy, listen to their stories about their life experiences … she realizes there is a lot to learn just by listening. Marion is sharp, sincere, a wonderful nurse and truly second to none.
In closing, I’d like to say that Marion is indeed an employee of the Bristal that should be praised.
- Testimonial From Helen Orlando