Description of Boulevard ALP
Since 2005, Boulevard ALP Assisted Living has been operating as a Licensed Assisted Living Facility by the New York State Department of Health. Boulevard ALP Assisted Living is located in the heart of Fresh Meadows, Kew Gardens, and Flushing. Our residence provides a warm, comfortable, pleasant and home-like environment. Boulevard ALP Assisted Living is well known for the caring and devoted staff members who are committed to providing a safe and secure environment that promotes dignity for each and every resident. Our belief is that each resident is entitled to respect and quality of life that they have rightfully earned. After all, at this point it is called the “Golden Age” for a reason. Upon entering our community, residents are surrounded by new friends and embraced by a caring staff that is specially-trained to be responsive to the needs of older adults. We hope that any resident that moves into Boulevard ALP Assisted Living joins our family and soon realize that life at Boulevard stimulates wellness, vitality and satisfaction to its fullest!”
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Reviews of Boulevard ALP
7161 159Th St
I am a friend or relative of a current/past resident
I have had two incredible experiences with the Boulevard ALP. My mother-in-law lived there for about three years and a close friend moved in there for about a year and a half as well. The staff was extraordinary. The administrators were empathetic and kind and I always knew I could count on them. There were several aides who felt they could not do enough for the two women I knew. They would greet them warmly and make my mother-in-law and my friend feel like a million dollars (though they were both on Medicaid). The floors are carpeted and lovely and the corridors contain comfortable seating arrangements as well as a table where residents, both male and female, sometimes play cards. The food was good and very plentiful and there was effort made in making sure the residents were happy with their table mates. I often saw camaraderie among the residents themselves, and many were very happy to be there. It often seemed like a girls’ club. One administrator made it her business to walk through the dining room during each meal and she would stop and say a word to anyone who might be feeling I’ll at ease. This same administrator, who is not a mental health “expert” helped assuage my mil’s depression much to her, and the family’s, delight. Our entire extended family will always be grateful.