Senior Isle Inn Inc
Rating: 3 stars 2 2 reviews
50 Cooper Square 4th Floor New York NY 10003 USA
To operate an independent senior housing facility that provides lodging, board, housekeeping services and also provides or facilitates recreational, educational, health and well-being amenities.
Provides as independent senior housing facility comprising lodging, board and housekeeping services. Also provides or facilitates recreational, educational and health well-being amenities.
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Senior Isle Inn, Inc. is a subsidiary non-profit of Homes for the Homeless, Inc., which runs a senior living facility called Island Shores in the borough of Staten Island. I visited the facility recently on behalf of an older friend who is ready to move to this type of facility. When the director, Lori Bowen, saw that I use a wheelchair for mobility, she refused to allow me a tour of the facility, while offering a tour to my friend, who is ambulatory. She told me that wheelchairs were not allowed at Island Shores and that, if my friend chose to live there, I would not be allowed to visit while using a wheelchair. I was appalled at the blatant discrimination, which violates both the Americans With Disabilities Act and the Fair Housing Act. Ms. Bowen was not kind in expressing her views, either, and I can only imagine how she treats the seniors who have come into the unfortunate position of living under her authority. Also, while Senior Isle Inn's mission statement claims to offer senior housing at below market rates, the prices they charge were comparable to those at the Esplanade, a for-profit luxury senior living facility on Staten Island. I would not refer any friend, human or animal, to Island Shores after this experience, and I believe that funding for Homes for the Homeless should be withheld until this situation is rectified.
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