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Oyster Bay Senior Campus

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Everything You Need to Know About Dementia Care

According to the Alzheimer’s Association in Long Island, 50 million people throughout the world are living with some type of […]
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Upsides of Home Health Care

It’s a difficult decision to know how to care for a loved one who is aging or disabled and finding […]
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Why It’s Important to Make Friends in a Senior Living Community

Humans are social creatures. Interacting with people and building meaningful relationships is vital and fun for people of all ages. […]
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Assisted Living: How It Help Seniors Quit Smoking

It’s no secret that smoking cigarettes cause serious illnesses and even death. The risk of serious health problems for seniors […]
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Foods Seniors in Assisted Living Should Avoid

For seniors, enjoying the golden years of life should be a top priority. That means comfortable living, social engagement, plenty […]
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Winter Activities to Keep Seniors Busy in Assisted Living

The gray and dreary winter months can be enough to diminish anyone’s spirit. The shorter days, lack of sunshine, and […]
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Ways of Maximizing Your Space in Senior Living

When the time comes to move into a senior living residence, there is often a need for considerable downsizing. One […]
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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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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.