Staten Island Senior Living
There are 42 Senior Living Options in Staten Island, NY and 30 Senior Living Options nearby.
Average Cost: $4,500
At Sunrise of Staten Island, we pride ourselves on our compassionate senior living and memory care for adults who value independence, given in a warm and inviting atmosphere.
Home Instead Senior Care is a non-medical provider of personal care, companionship, meal preparation, light housekeeping, medication reminders, err...
Right at Home provides in-home caregiving services for thousands of families across the nation. We offer companionship and help with everyday tasks...
Just steps from the ocean, overlooking New York Bay with Coney Island on the horizon, Island Shores is magnificently situated. As you stroll along ...
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.
New Broadview Manor Home For Adults is a 200 bed adult home facility licensed by the New York State Department of Health but privately owned and op...
In-home care resources are scarce in Staten Island, but Margret Ultra Home Care, even without stiff competition, manages to be exemplary. In-servic...
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Reviews of Staten Island Senior Living Options
I only have positive things to say about Sunrise of Staten Island. The moment you walk in, you'll think you're in a hotel. I had lunch there, and the food I had was of very good quality. They give you a good variety of choices for the food, like good-quality chicken and a lot of choices for the side dishes...Read more Sunrise of Staten Island reviews
Sunrise of Staten Island is very homey, very comfortable. My mom’s only there for a month and the staff seemed very nice. She’s very happy and she said that they take really good care of her. They have some exercises, they play games, and there’s a lot of music, a lot of sing-along.Read more Sunrise of Staten Island reviews
My mother is in Sunrise (Sunrise of Staten Island). We liked it initially because of its location and it’s a beautiful facility, but it is costing almost $10,000 a month, which is extremely high. They don’t take Medicaid, so when my mother’s funds run down, we have to move her some place else...Read more Sunrise of Staten Island reviews
I really liked Sunrise. It looked like a place that my brother-in-law would fit in, and it's clean. The people there were very nice, and the residents were very pleased. It's close to where I live, so it's very convenient to me. The menu looked fine, and the rooms looked nice.Read more Sunrise of Staten Island reviews
My father is at Island Shores, and it's pretty good and pleasant overall. They have a few exercise machines, activities every day like bingo and trips, and the beach across the street.Read more Island Shores Senior Residences reviews