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McPeaks Assisted Living Long Island, New York

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McPeaks - Long Island Assisted Living

 

Long Island Assisted Living Facility

McPeaks Assisted Living Long Island offers its residents a very charming, comfortable and warm living experience. Located in Patchogue, Long Island, the senior residence has been in operation since 1956. The senior residence has only 51 beds, which enables the residents to socialize and interact with each other in an intimate and cozy setting. The home itself is an elegant colonial situated on a well-maintained property with lovely shrubs and gardens.

Activities Available

Residents can take advantage of a full range of social and recreational activities, including the following:

  • Cards, games and arts & crafts
  • Shuffleboard and picnics in the Japanese garden
  • Cultural activities
  • Religious services on site
  • Gerontology educational programs
  • On-site beauty salon/barber shop

    Assisted Living Community, Long Island

Assisted Living Services Included in the Rate

Residents receive three meals daily, restaurant style in a pleasant dining room. In addition to offering a small community for its residents, another way that McPeak's distinguishes itself from other senior residences is the fact that residents don’t have to pay an additional fee to receive daily assisted living services. These assisted living services include the following:

  • Case management services
  • Full-time recreational program
  • Incontinence management
  • Medication management
  • Post-hospital and rehabilitation care

Families searching for a senior residence that offers both a home-like setting and assisted living services at a great value are encouraged to contact us at 1-800-987-4530 to learn more about McPeak’s Assisted Living community located in Long Island, New York.

 

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