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Assisted Living Communities For Seniors In New York's Capital Region

When it comes time to transition your parents or loved ones out of their homes, assisted living is a great option. Seniors can get help with daily activities, including bathing and dressing, and can take advantage of educational programs, social functions, and other happenings. Senior living facilities also provide three meals a day, so residents don't have to worry about cooking or cleaning up. Some assisted living facilities provide increasing levels of care so they can continue to offer relevant services as residents continue to age. Browse the Albany area assisted living communities below and call them for more information today.

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Promenade at University Place
Albany, NY
Promenade at University Place is the prime senior living community for those who wish to engage in an active lifestyle with all the comforts of home. They provide enhanced personal care services, top notch amenities, and private suites for guests.
Glen Eddy
Glen Eddy
Niskayuna, NY
Located on 35 beautiful acres in Niskayuna, NY, Glen Eddy is a full service independent senior living community featuring amenities and activities that offer residents both privacy and opportunities for lively social activity.
ATRIA Senior Living: Crossgate
Albany, NY
Atria Crossgate offers both independent and assisted living options in Albany. Residents enjoy delicious restaurant-style dining, scheduled transportation, and over 200 events per month to choose from.
Atria Senior Living: Guilderland
Slingerlands, NY
Atria Guilderland offers a licensed enriched housing program to capital district seniors seeking retirement or assisted living. In addition, Atria Guilderland offers memory care services with an Alzheimer's and dementia specialty care program.
Atria Shaker
Albany, NY
Atria Shaker offers independent living, assisted living, and memory care services. This community is close to some of the region's largest shopping malls and recreational areas, including The Berkshire, Catskill and Adirondack Mountains.