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Prices for Assisted Living in Queens County start at $5,150.00.
"I picked Atria Kew Gardens for my father-in-law because it is very clean. He stayed in an apartment complete with bedroom, living room and bathroom. The staff was accommodating in every way. And..." More
"We had an excellent visit. They had planned a very complete tour for me. The staff was extremely helpful. They answered all my questions and showed me different options. I was extremely impressed..." More
"A former hotel, Chai Home for Adults has maintained a similar air of elegance in its well-maintained exterior. Blossoming flowers grace the entrance stairwell, and young trees and shrubs border the..." More
"My grandmother was previously a resident at the new haven manor nursing home in far rockaway, ny. In my experience, the facility was kept fairly clean and organized. 2 patients to a room with a..." More
"This is where my sister is in right now. She told me that it was different from where she came from and this is much better for her. It's a nice, very clean place. Before my sister got in there, I..." More
"I visited Long Island Living Center because I needed an assisted living facility that takes Medicaid. It was nicer than I anticipated. There's a lot of space and the people are very nice. It almost..." More
""My sister is in Wavecrest Home now. She's alright there. She's fine. Although she was trying to get out of the facility because she wanted to find a house where she could be more independent...." More
"Queen of Peace houses a skilled nursing unit in addition to assisted living. The facility is nestled behind the Little Sisters of the Poor convent. Blooming daffodils marked the facade on our..." More
"First thing that hits you about surfside manor is the view, it is located near the ocean. It has a beautiful view, and the people in the home are getting really fresh ocean air compared to NYC. ..." More
"The rehab/nursing home is excellent. The nyrses are beautiful and tend to your every need. The therapists are patient and caring. The food is excellent. And they aleays have social events every..." More
"My grandmother has been at the facility for close to a year now and she loves it. She needed to be moved because she needed care but at the same time her independence. When you enter the home, it..." More
"My Mom was a resident for about 5 years.
The care was without doubt the best I have ever seen. No matter what Mom wanted or needed their staff was always there to help. There was a lot of hand..." More
"The American and Armenian flags wave proudly in front of Armenian Home for the Aged. Three U-shaped windows overlook a pretty front lawn sprinkled with white flowering trees, blossoms and manicured..." More
"Madison York was one of the best facilities in the area. I had stayed there for about a month and everything was all right at that time. I think there's nothing that they need improvement on except..." More
The Assisted Living Federation of America (ALFA) is the largest national association exclusively dedicated to professionally-managed senior living communities and the seniors and families they serve.
Since 1990, ALFA has advocated for choice, accessibility, independence, dignity, and quality of life for all seniors. How?
Advocating for public policy that promotes choice, dignity, independence and quality of life for seniors in Washington, DC and state capitals across the country.
Advancing excellence among senior living communities and their leaders by producing conferences, publications and educational resources that share best practices and promote dialogue.
Serving as the voice of senior living with the media, the public and others seeking information about senior living communities.
Companies operating professionally-managed senior living communities join ALFA because they embrace the resident-centered philosophy of senior living including its core principles and positions. What’s more, each member company pledges to offer a high standard of service.
Choosing to tour and move to a community managed by an ALFA member company offers greater peace of mind to seniors and their families seeking quality senior living communities. Look for the ALFA Provider Member seal when locating communities to tour. You can learn more about ALFA at www.alfa.org.
"Castle Senior Living is a very, very nice place. I would recommend this to others and the person there is very, very helpful. People are very friendly and very cooperative there. The place is very..." More
"Elm-York is right near the airport. The room was very clean and very nice. The girl that showed us around was very nice and very supportive. I was assisted by one of the home elder care ladies. We..." More
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