Enriched Pathways

Dementia & Alzheimer’s Disease Care on Long Island

Enriched Pathways is a living option that is specially-designed to meet the needs of seniors with dementia and Alzheimer’s disease. In our secure, nurturing setting, your loved one will receive superior quality Alzheimer’s care as he or she is encouraged to achieve and maintain as much independence as possible.

Enriched Pathways is a unique memory care wing in our Long Island assisted living community that is beautifully furnished to provide the ultimate in comfort with all the amenities of home. Our experienced staff gets to know each and every resident, their past likes and dislikes and current level of functioning, in order to find the right balance between assistance and autonomy, inclusion and independence.

Memory Care Services & Amenities

  • Studio and deluxe shared studio bedrooms
  • Comprehensive wellness programs
  • Complete linen and laundry services
  • Three delicious kosher meals daily in a private dining room
  • Inviting and spacious sun-drenched sitting rooms
  • Cozy living room with fireplace
  • Secured garden paths for outside enjoyment
  • Specially-designed programs and activities
  • Secured entrances and exits

We take pride in providing our Enriched Pathways residents and their families with the dignity and respect they deserve in a safe and loving environment. Call us to learn more about what makes us the best choice to care for those with Alzheimer’s disease or memory impairment on Long Island: 631-715-8500.

Frequently Asked Questions: Memory, Dementia, and Alzheimer’s Care on Long Island

Do you have special assisted living programs for the memory impaired?

Our Enriched Pathways unit is a secure area for those with significant memory impairment. This section houses 14 adults, but also accommodates those who attend part-time for our Transitions Program. The part-time program has been highly successful among the couples here, particularly when one spouse becomes the caregiver for the other. This is just another way in which we strive to keep families together as needs change.

How do I know if my relative needs memory care or assisted living?

If your loved one is showing signs of memory loss, it is important to schedule a doctors appointment right away. While Alzheimer’s and forms of dementia can have varying signs and symptoms, some warning signs to look for can include: trouble with communicating, judgement, staying focused, difficulty remembering conversations, forgetting to eat meals, as well as signs of depression.

Contact us for more information about our Long Island Alzheimer’s & Memory Care.  

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