“My husband resided in the Assisted Living Portion of the Plattduetsche Home for one year. The care and attention he received was outstanding. Whatever level of special requirements that he needed were quickly attended to with care and compassion. The Home is pleasant, comfortable and very clean. Every detail is attended to immediately. My husband’s dietary needs were also met with satisfaction. I still have a high regard for the Plattduetsche and would recommend it highly to anyone in need of this type of facility.”
– Cathy P.
“It’s not easy placing a loved one in a senior living facility along with the causes of fear and uncertainty. I hope my honest words can put your mind at rest a bit. Both my mom and our family could not be more pleased with the Plattduetsche There are so many positive attributes that I could not possibly list them all. The food is homemade, the rooms and building are immaculate, the medical professionals brought in are caring and competent. Most importantly, I would like to stress that the Plattduetsche is now moms “home” with the staff and management caring for her as if she were their own mom. Only smiling faces and people that genuinely want the best for all of the residents. It brings you back to a simpler time where it is peaceful, friendly and every need taken care of with respect and dignity. Nothing but high praise.”
– Alexis M.
“I must take a moment and extend my warmest level of Gratitude to you and the entire Team at the Plattduetsche Home Society. I grew up in Elmont. At the age of 3 my family moved from Queens to the town just East of the boarder back in 1970. The big brick stately building, from the eyes of a child, always appeared cold and intimidating. As I grew older and wiser, I understood what this building was as well as its purpose. I only recently connected all the dots as my father, now 93 resides in this place. I am in the service business and my success comes from not what I do but rather how I do it. I have never met a TEAM of people who truly expresses love in what they do. From every position and effort, reception, cleaning staff, nurses, administrative, councilors, chef and cooks…… I’m not just impressed. I am happy for my father and for myself. I know he is getting the care he needs that I simply and sadly can’t offer. I am in no rush to get to 90 by any means but I can only hope that the Plattduetsche is around in 2060.”
– John D.