What Are Some Retirement Communities on Long Island?

What Are Some Retirement Communities on Long Island?

What Are Some Retirement Communities on Long Island?

As of 2015, at least 15 retirement communities are located within 36 miles of Long Island, states A Place for Mom. Each community offers a different type of environment for the retiree.

Many senior communities on Long Island allow pets and provide some form of physical activity, explains A Place for Mom. Some, such as Sunrise of Dix Hills, offer a spectrum of services, including medication assistance, physical therapy and transportation off-site. Others offer art classes, wine tasting and even karaoke. Luxury amenities, such as a putting green, swimming pool and a clubhouse are available in several high-end communities, such as Bayport Meadows and Stoneleigh Woods at Riverhead, according to Best Guide Retirement Communities.