The Bristal at East Meadow

40 Merrick Ave. East Meadow NY 11554

(516) 279-5664

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The Bristal at East Meadow is one member of a growing family of Assisted Living communities that have been built on Long Island, by Long Islanders, bearing The Bristal name. Like all of our communities, East Meadow has been designed to strike the ideal balance between privacy and protection. Fully licensed by the New York State Department of Health, we've planned every detail of this rental lifestyle to enable our residents, and their families, to make the most of each activity-filled day. From our spacious studios, to our one- and two-bedroom apartments, replete with roomy kitchens and generous bathrooms, The Bristal at East Meadow is designed and developed to excite and delight the most demanding of families. Yours.


Reflecting on Memory Loss.
Each of The Bristal communities houses a special area called Reflections. Reflections is a comprehensive memory enhancement program that specializes in dealing with older adults who are facing early to mid-stage Alzheimer's Disease and
other memory-related cognitive disorders. Each location is staffed with experienced professionals who are trained and equipped to enhance the quality of life for these special-needs residents and their families. For instance, a sophisticated
wander system, featuring electronic bracelets, alerts the staff whenever a Reflections resident nears an exiting door. Residents enjoy access to a secure outdoor courtyard. All in all, care at Reflections is provided in a safe, secure and compassionate environment — a place, quite literally, our residents call home.

Reviews

  • A wonderful fit for my mother

    My 97 year old Mother recently moved into the Bristal. [Removed] and everyone on the staff has made her transition very easy. She is enjoying all the activities, bingo, exercises , crafts, and others. ...

  • Friendly Tour

    We toured this community for my father in law. Our tour went well, this is a nice community. The staff was kind, friendly. My questions were answered. It was a good experience, and everything went well. Unfortunately...

  • Mom Fell Through The Cracks

    When my Mom fell and became increasingly isolated, I knew it was time to relocate her from her private home to an assisted living facility. I wanted only the best for Mom, and after touring several assisted...

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Community Details

  • Amenities

    • Devotional Services Onsite
    • Outdoor Common Areas
    • Meals Provided
    • Vegetarian
    • Activities Offsite
    • Beautician Onsite
    • Devotional Services Offsite
    • Indoor Common Areas
    • Activities Onsite

Housing Types Provided

  • Assisted Living
  • Memory Care
  • Nursing Home
  • Adult Day Services
  • Care Homes
  • Independent Living
  • Home Care
  • Respite Care
  • Senior Apartments