Country Line Dancing Fundraiser Cancelled

Sorry, Folks. Hang Up Your Hat for Now.

Unfortunately, the line dancing fundraiser we originally had scheduled for August 3rd has been cancelled. We apologize as we know many of you were looking forward to it. We will let you know if and when we will be able to reschedule this event.

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A Video Testimonial from Jackie McCormick

A Nursing & Rehabilitation Center with Heart

Jackie McCormick talks about the excellent care provided to her at San Simeon. Jackie has been a long-term care resident with us since 2010 and enjoys the home-like feel and enriching activities at San Simeon by the Sound.

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A Video Testimonial from Kevin Crean

Medical Care & Rehabilitation in a Home-Like Facility

Kevin Crean, a long-term care resident with us since 2016, gives a short testimonial about his experience at San Simeon by the Sound.

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July 10th is Spirit Day

Tomorrow, July 10th, is Spirit Day here at San Simeon! We encourage all employees to show their spirit by wearing red, white and blue. You can also were jeans, if you like (they are blue, after all!).

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Praise from the Community for Our Staff

Once again, we received a touching letter and thought we should share it with you. This time from a friend of a patient. It’s clear from this note that the effort San Simeon gives to those in our long-term care, as well as our short-term rehabilitation and our adult day care program is having a positive impact on those who stay with us.

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Celebrating Life’s Stories During National Skilled Nursing Care Week

In celebration of National Skilled Nursing Care Week, which was May 13-19, we asked San Simeon staff and volunteers to share stories of how they or someone they know was touched by their experiences at San Simeon. People shared special memories of a visit or experiences with residents on cards that were then displayed around the facility during the month of May.

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San Simeon Specializes in Short-Term Post-Acute Rehabilitation

After suffering from a heart attack or stroke, your doctor will most likely request that you seek short-term rehabilitation at a facility. Short-term rehab, also known as post-acute rehab, usually takes place at a skilled nursing facility or rehabilitation facility. Post-acute care is usually overseen by physicians and nurses, and does not start until the patient is discharged from the hospital. The rehab can be as long as a few days up to 100 days, which is the cutoff date for when Medicare will cover in New York State.

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Light The Night Walk for The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society

Supporting Blood Cancer Research

San Simeon will be participating in and helping to raise funds for The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society‘s (LLS) Light The Night Walk to help support the research of blood cancer treatments that save lives.

Without fundraising efforts like this, LLS could not fund the research of such treatments as targeted therapies that zero in on cancer cells and kill them or immunotherapy drugs that use a patient’s own immune system to kill cancer.

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Lodging Discounts for Family Members at Southold Beach Motel

We are happy to announce another great discount for family members who have a loved one staying with us in our Short-Term or Long-Term Rehabilitation. The Southold Beach Motel is now offering a 10% discount on stays with them!

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Donkeys Come Back to Visit

East End Ass Whisperers (EEAWs) Return to San Simeon

On May 17th, during National Nursing Home Week, the East End Ass Whisperers came back to San Simeon. Our friends Harry & Cathy Springer and Bernadette & Emily Deerkoski come year after year to bring smiles to our residents! Together five donkeys visit and entertain us. Diesel, the most active, makes sure he says hello to everyone. Lil E. Putian, Pop E, Hope, and C. More (Ass) like to travel around the patio in pairs as they find comfort in each other. It is such a wonderful afternoon to be with our friends. They are such a joy.

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