New LifeStyles - New York

Winter/Spring 2015

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6 Always evaluate your needs. Various types of senior living and care are described on page 8. Select the type of senior living or care desired. Each category is color coded for your convenience. 1. HOW TO USE NEW LIFESTYLES TYPES OF SENIOR LIVING AND CARE Continuing Care Retirement Community. Combine independent living, assisted living and nursing in a single setting. Normally requiring an entry fee, offering a living unit, meals, and health care, up to the nursing level. Independent living with amenities such as meals, transportation and activities usually included in a monthly fe A combination of housing, personalized supportive service and health care, designed to meet the needs of those needin help with the activities of daily living. Usually single family homes licensed to provide assistance with medications, bathing and dressing. Communities offering specialized programs for residents suffering from Alzheimer's disease or other forms of memory loss. These programs can be offered by Residenti Assisted Living or Nursing facilities. CCRC INDEPENDENT LIVING ASSISTED LIVING CARE HOMES MEMORY CARE APARTMENTS Independent living units with age requirements. Meal service, activity programs and services usually aren't included in the monthly rent. Select the color coded section of New LifeStyles containing the appropriate type of community or care option. Information is organized alphabetically by city. (see the tab listing at the top of each page). 2. ASSISTED LIVING Amityville, NY - Bronx, NY DOMINICAN VILLAGE 565 Albany Avenue Amityville, NY 11701 (631)842-6091 email: APT, AL, EHO, PT, RET 66 APTS When you're here, you're home... Please call to schedule an appointment (631) 842-6091. MAP #17 THE BRISTAL ASSISTED LIVING AT ARMONK 90 Business Park Drive Armonk, NY 10504 (914) 432-8200 AL, ALZ Licensed by the New York State Department of Health (Ad on back cover) MAP #3 BRONXWOOD HOME FOR THE AGED, INC. 799 E Gun Hill R d Sponsored by Dominic a not tarian Assisted Licensed by th Health. Its' mi supportive env the sacredness of life and the dignit held in the highest regard and to of choice of programs and services wh dence, promote physical, mental, em health and maximize opportunities Through exce and care, com attention and daily social ac at The Bristal the fullest wh their personal freedoms. The mont includes your choice of apartment meals, housekeeping, personal laun scheduled transportation to shoppi community activities. Celebrating o providing ind i t d li i 4. Visit to see if further information is available on the community or agency of your choice, as well as accreditation information and links to a wide array of organizations and information sources relating to senior care options. Follow us on facebook and Twitter Articles in New LifeStyles will help you determine what to look for and what questions to ask. Schedule visits and even return later, unannounced, for a second visit. Please make sure you mention New LifeStyles when calling or visiting a provider! If you have questions or want more free copies of New LifeStyles, please call us at 1-800-869-9549. Check the map on pages 10-11 for communities in your desired area. Use the Map Numbers on each listing to locate the community on the map. 3.

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