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Brookville Home Care

Elderly Woman and Female Caregiver

5 Skills to Look for in a Home Caregiver

There may be a time when you or a loved one need the assistance of a home care professional, an […]
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Choosing a Senior Living Facility during a Health Crisis

The transition from independence to an assisted living situation can be difficult under normal circumstances. When your loved one faces […]
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Top Qualities to Look for in Assisted Living

Are you currently looking for a senior living facility for a loved one? Most people want to live in their […]
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Senior Living: 5 Tips for Making New Friends

Maintaining friendships and having a small group of confidants is good for your health. Friendships offer a variety of health […]
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Being a Great Roommate in Assisted Living

Moving from their own home to an assisted living center can be a tough transition for most seniors. There are […]
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5 Tips for Choosing the Right Senior Housing Facility

As people age, their ability to live independently begins to erode. There are many reasons this could happen. Physically, a […]
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Home Care for Seniors: A Bounty of Benefits

When it comes to taking care of an aging family member or loved one, you only want what’s best for […]
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Mistakes to Avoid When Choosing a Senior Housing Facility

Choosing senior housing in NYC is a process that requires careful consideration for your needs, both now and in the […]
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Elderly Home Care

Top Considerations When Choosing a Home Care Provider

Most seniors want to stay at home as they age. This is perfectly understandable. People get comfortable in their surroundings, […]
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Major Health Benefits of Senior Housing Facility

If you’re concerned about your parent or loved one living alone, it’s probably time to consider senior citizen housing in […]
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Oyster Bay Senior Campus continues to evolve during the coronavirus pandemic. We have and continue to go to great lengths to protect our residents and staff. We are currently accepting new admissions to accommodate residents who require additional support due to mild cognitive or residents with memory care needs in a secure environment.