150 South Street, Oyster Bay, NY 11771
Harbor House was one of the first residential communities in New York dedicated to patients with Alzheimer’s disease and memory impairments. Our community was designed to specifically accommodate the various and unique needs of every resident. Accommodations are made according to social and cognitive needs, with professional and compassionate nursing teams, medical techs, and aides available to help ensure optimal health and wellness of everyone in our community. Our mission is to provide comprehensive, compassionate and dignified care to all of our residents.
We offer extensive amenities and services to complement the lifestyles of each resident at Harbor House. Whether it be delighting in family-style dining in our elegant dining room, basking in the sun on one of our sun porches, or getting a haircut at our beauty and barbershop, we provide a variety of services under one roof to maintain everyday convenience. A wholesome community not only provides all the basic necessities for comfortable living, but desirable programs that enliven all. So, we also offer social programs and an activities schedule.
Our professional healthcare team specializes in caring for residents with Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia. We develop personalized plans to assess the best approach to care for...
Total monthly costs depend on room type, select services, and the level of care needed.
*Prices quoted are monthly rental charges and are provided by the communities themselves. Actual prices may differ due to one-time fees, timing and care services required. Speak with your Senior Living Advisor to learn more.
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My mother was living at Harbor House from the beginning of 2020 until her death in late April of that year. Unfortunately, because of COVID we were unable to see her the last month of her life, though we did call frequently. To this day, getting information about the last days of her life has been non-existent. Though we contacted the head nurse, the private nurse we had for her last weeks and the head administrator, all we got was a letter of sympathy. I know that they were in the midst of the Covid pandemic when she passed, but their callousness and insensitivity was mind boggling. Let's face it, my mom was in the memory care unit and while the head nurse was nice, the help was mostly abysmal. I cannot, in good faith, recommend this facility, though my experience is that most MC facilities are basically the same. It is heartbreaking.Reviewed on A Place For Mom
This community adjusts their activities to fit the different needs of their residents. The food i would rate about a 2- 2 1/2. One issue we had with this community is that they didn't have any doors on the closets in the room, but the rooms are adequate in size i would say. We originally wanted something more upscale, but this place just made more sense. If we had to chose again we would choose this facility. They are strict with their protocol on COVID, they are staying on top of it. The staff has handled their dementia patients with intense care, they are highly trained.Reviewed on A Place For Mom
Our family has had an amazing experience so far, we came from a really bad experience and Harbor House has been amazing from top to bottom. They are angles the way they care for our loved one and they way to handle our family. The accessibility is great, she is getting the best care possible. We love how it is a family own and operated place, it has just been a wonderful experience.Reviewed on A Place For Mom
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