Supportive Living at West 86

Welcome more possibilities with a helping hand nearby.

Supportive living care empowers you to live more independently, on your terms. Let highly trained staff see to the housekeeping, maintenance and cooking — while you enjoy the confidence of having discreet personal assistance available whenever you need it.

Care that's all about your needs - on your terms

Along with the all-inclusive services and conveniences that come with our independent living option, you also have 24/7 access to support from on-site care staff.

Personal care services include:

  • Assistance with activities of daily living, such as bathing, grooming, getting dressed and safety checks
  • Escorting to and from meals and events
  • Scheduling and follow-up for physician appointments and coordination of occupational and physical therapy
  • Medication assistance
  • Incontinence management

See a comprehensive list of supportive living services.

The Difference Between Supportive Living and Assisted Living Communities in New York
Both supportive living and assisted living communities provide amenities and supportive services tailored to meet residents’ individualized needs. This includes similar apartment layouts, engaging programs, chef-prepared meals, housekeeping, transportation, support with activities of daily living and medication assistance. Supportive living communities do not offer skilled care services, while assisted living communities offer certain skilled care services to residents based on each community’s discretion.

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A quick personalized estimate based on your specific care needs is just a few clicks away.

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