At San Simeon, our staff does whatever it takes to help ensure the physical and mental well-being of our residents. Our patient-centered care facility specializes in meeting the unique needs of each individual who stays with us. Our long-term care services provide residents with everything they need to thrive.
Since March 2003, Multiple Sclerosis Education and Awareness Month has been helping bring attention to this debilitating disease. Affecting about one million Americans, Multiple Sclerosis interferes with the normal function of the central nervous system, preventing the healthy communication between its parts.
At San Simeon by the Sound, the health and happiness of our residents are always the top priorities for the entirety of our dedicated staff. We pride ourselves in providing all San Simeon residents with personalized care to meet their specific needs. This dedication to our residents’ overall well-being is an integral aspect of every service and amenity we offer.
Since we are located on Long Island’s North Fork within the scenic hamlet of Greenport, San Simeon is able to provide our residents with a wide array of recreational activities to experience and enjoy. Catering to the unique needs of each of our residents, we make sure there are activities all of them can take part in.
At San Simeon by the Sound, our expertly trained nursing and clinical staff tend to our residents’ needs 24 hours a day, seven days a week. This ensures that every San Simeon resident receives the personalized care necessary to promote their wellbeing and quality of life.
The sense of sight plays an integral role in how we interpret and interact with the world around us. Millions of Americans have vision impairment, and a significant number of them suffer from vision impairments that cannot be corrected. Many cases of uncorrectable vision impairment could have been prevented by early diagnosis and treatment. This is why it is important to take care of your eyes by visiting a certified optometrist at the first signs of any abnormalities in vision.
Multiple Sclerosis (MS) is a disease that attacks the central nervous system through the spinal cord and brain. Although there is currently no cure, our holistic approach to caring for residents with MS helps promote overall wellbeing and an improved quality of life.