215 Fieldmere Street, Elmont, NY 11003
Total monthly costs depend on room type, select services, and the level of care needed.
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I am very happy with it. It was perfect for what I needed and for him. My loved one is 92 years old and needed 24 hours family care. It was personal care for him, like home care. The director is on top of things.Reviewed on SeniorAdvisor.com
My step father has been at Stewart Family Type Home for about two months now, and it has been a great experience so far. The place is clean, the food is heathy, and the staff has been so willing to accommodate his needs. He can be a little tough, but they are very helpful and caring. They allowed him to bring his dog with him, even though they don’t typically allow pets. I love that they invite him into the kitchen occasionally because he loves to cook so much. They really do care about involving the residents. I would definitely recommend Stewart to others. It has been great for us so far.Reviewed on A Place For Mom
I like the care with this community for my father. The staff is very nice and caring and helpful to his needs. The activities are good helpful for him. Everyone is patient. I like that the community. The room is large and has a lot of good sunlight. A peaceful community. We highly recommend this community for other families.Reviewed on SeniorAdvisor.com
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