We are committed to a whole person approach to health, aging and well-being, with an emphasis on meeting the spiritual and emotional needs of residents and patients.
Our commitment to redefining the experience of aging is rooted in a heritage of honoring and respecting our elders. We can think of no better way to do this than to promote the independence of seniors and dispel the notion that growing old has to mean growing frail.
In the spirit of the Fifth Commandment, as illuminated by the traditions of the Jewish people, our mission is to honor our elders, by respecting and promoting their independence, spiritual vigor, dignity and choice, and by recognizing that they are a resource to be cherished. As part of our mission, we accept special responsibility for the frailest and neediest members of our community who are most dependent on our care. Everything we do flows from these tenets and is further inspired by the duty of tikkun olam -- to heal the world. We seek to fulfill this mission by: