Queens Adult Care Center is a modern facility that provides spectrum of services that help enhance the quality of life of our residents. We work hard to ensure an independent living environment, where everyone can thrive, and succeed.
Resting in the shadow of the Verrazano-Narrows Bridge you will find New Broadview Manor. We offers independent and assisted living in a 200-bed facility, licensed by the New York State Department of Health.
Licensed by the state of New York to provide high quality assisted living services to Staten Island's community, The Brielle at Seaview provides an affordable choice with numerous amenities and services.
Located in quiet, residential Bloomfield, New Jersey, The Parkview is a licensed residence providing gracious senior living in a classical Victorian home with all the amenities and comfort of a bed and breakfast.
Canterbury Village is a non-profit assisted living residence in West Orange, New Jersey. Offering private and semi-private rooms, three meals a day, and compassionate long-term staff members we offer a secure and safe environment to age in place.
The Waterford on the Bay and its people seemed nice. They had two people in a room. It was more affordable. I saw one small room with two twin beds with a dresser in-between them. It was like you were sleeping in the same room with a person. We did not care for that so much. I met one person who showed me around. She...
My father is in Sunrise at Sheepshead Bay. It is clean, nice, and looks comfortable. It is not too large. I think it is a good fit for him. He has only been there for a week, but everything looks fine. They have things for them to do. They seemed to be every attentive to him. Everybody seems to know him already. We...
The Waterford on The Bay was a very clean, well-kept facility. I thought that the rooms were nice and the location of the facility, being by the water, was very nice. I know that they have barbecues during the summer, and the people that are there can go in the backyard and eat in the back by the water. They have a...
Sunrise at Sheepshead Bay is very nice but very costly, and as soon as you run out of money, they kick you out. The staff seemed to be very nice and the apartments were very nice. They had a salon and a lot of amenities. It was very nice. I was very impressed with their Alzheimer's floor. They did a lot of nice...
We visited The Waterford on the Bay. It's absolutely beautiful, but there wasn't a high level of resident diversity. The amenities were excellent, and Jessica, who took us on the tour, did an excellent job and was very supportive and very helpful. We didn't have any complaints about the facility or the quality of care...
Located along the shores of the Atlantic Ocean, Brooklyn is home to approximately 2.6 million residents, making it the most populated New York City borough. Dutch explorers first settled in the area in the 1600s, naming the settlement after the city of Breukelen in their native Netherlands.
The borough has been a magnet for immigrants for centuries and today boasts a highly diverse mix of ethnic groups throughout its various unique neighborhoods. Brooklyn senior living offers retirees a chance to enjoy many cultures and activities as well as the excitement and entertainment of New York City.
Brooklyn is home to many famous attractions, including the iconic Coney Island, where residents and visitors alike stroll the boardwalk while enjoying the cool ocean breeze. For sports fans, Brooklyn senior living makes getting to the game easy, with Yankee Stadium, Madison Square Gardens and the Nassau Coliseum all accessible by subway.
The New York City Housing Authority operates 39 senior centers in Brooklyn, which means that senior living in Brooklyn comes with many opportunities to meet new friends as well as participate in classes, trips and social groups.
Computer labs are located in many centers, including Surf Solomon, Cypress Hills and Roundtable, and are free to use. There are also eight Catholic Charities Neighborhood Services Senior Centers in the borough which offer free health and exercise classes, intergenerational programs and local trips to shows and museums.
Brooklyn Medical Facilities
Brooklyn senior living means world-class medical care is available 24 hours a day at the many area hospitals. The oldest hospital in the borough, The Brooklyn Hospital Center, was awarded the American Heart Association Silver Plus Performance Award in 2010 for outstanding treatment of stroke patients.
The Brooklyn Hospital Center Geriatricians offer specialized clinical services for older adults that work to coordinate care between specialists and departments, preventing medication errors and missed treatments. There is also a specialized 37-bed unit at the hospital dedicated to caring for seniors aged 65 and older, with a family room that is always open for visitors.
With 170 New York City Subways stations and surface buses operated by the Metro Transit Authority (MTA) throughout the borough, getting around the area is easy and affordable. Residents over the age of 65 who are enjoying Brooklyn senior living receive half-price base fares with a free reduced-fare MetroCard.
Many buses and subway stations are wheelchair-accessible, and for riders who require extra assistance due to a physical disability, MTA’s Access-A-Ride Paratransit service offers door-to-door transportation in lift-equipped vans.
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Brooklyn senior living offers retirees all the amenities of big-city living, including low-cost public transit, specialized medical facilities, and a broad range of services and activities through its many senior centers. Browse our directory to find Assisted Living, Independent Living and Retirement Communities in Brooklyn…
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