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Empowering seniors to live their best lives.

We’re New England’s largest nonprofit provider of senior health care and living communities.

Extraordinary Health Care

We provide personalized health care services for seniors at our nine Greater Boston locations and in their homes.

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Premier Senior Living Communities

Our vibrant, inclusive, and amenity-rich communities are home to seniors of all income levels, faiths, cultures, and backgrounds.

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Harvard Medical School Affiliation

The only senior care organization affiliated with Harvard Medical School, we conduct influential research and train more than 1,000 students each year.

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Hebrew SeniorLife responds to COVID-19

Hebrew SeniorLife is taking active steps to protect our patients, residents, and staff during the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic. As Massachusetts works to resume some level of new normalcy, we are taking steps to safely and cautiously reopen our communities while continuing to mitigate risk.

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Our Locations

  • Hebrew Rehabilitation Center at NewBridge

    Dedham, MA 781-234-9700

    • Health Care Services

    Post-acute rehabilitative and long-term chronic care on the campus of NewBridge on the Charles.

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  • Orchard Cove

    Canton, MA 781-821-0820

    • Health Care Services
    • Living Community

    A serene community that’s redefining expectations in senior living.

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  • NewBridge on the Charles

    Dedham, MA 781-234-9500

    • Health Care Services
    • Living Community

    A modern, luxury senior living community near Boston.

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  • Center Communities of Brookline

    Brookline, MA 617-363-8100

    • Health Care Services
    • Living Community

    A supportive senior living community with city conveniences.

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  • Simon C. Fireman Community

    Randolph, MA 781-986-8880

    • Living Community

    An engaging community offering affordable independent living.

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How We’re Redefining the Aging Experience

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Long-Term Chronic Care

From memory care to therapeutic programs, we provide person-centered medical care in a homelike setting for patients with chronic and complex illnesses.

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Post-Acute Rehabilitative Care

When you need to recover from a surgery, illness, or hospitalization, we’re here to help you regain your strength and independence.

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In-Home Care for Seniors

Our professional in-home staff offers around-the-clock services and care as you recover from a hospital stay or manage a chronic condition.

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Outpatient Care

We provide a range of outpatient services for seniors in the Boston area, including adult day health, exercise and wellness programs, physical and occupational therapies, and our Center for Memory Health.

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Senior Living

Find independence, community, and support at our five residential communities in the greater Boston area.

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Help Us Fight COVID-19

As we continue our lifesaving actions to protect our patients, residents, and staff, our need for funds to help us through this crisis is growing. Together, we will fight this public health emergency that is affecting everyone, but particularly our most vulnerable seniors.

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What Can We Help You With?

  • “Is now a good time to move to a senior living community?”

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    While moving into a senior living community during a global pandemic could be perceived as a challenging decision, we believe now may be the smartest time to make that move. The highest quality senior living communities have adapted quickly and responsibly. Those that do it best, are more than ever, some of the safest and most fulfilling places for an older adult to live. Living in a senior living community has many advantages like building relationships, accessing on-site services, and remaining active. While these may look a little different these days, they’re still important parts of community life. Senior living communities are a place to grow, not just a place to live.

    Read five reasons why
  • “Do you have to be Jewish to use Hebrew SeniorLife's services?”

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    We welcome people from every type of background, faith, or religion. Our health care services and senior living communities are open to all.

    Our spiritual care programs serve people of all traditions and backgrounds.

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  • “What is long-term chronic care?”

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    Hebrew Rehabilitation Center is licensed as a long-term chronic care hospital, which means we offer clinical services beyond those typically offered by skilled nursing facilities. It combines comprehensive therapeutic programs and clinical services for seniors with chronic and sometimes complex diagnoses, including Alzheimer’s and dementia. In-house staff includes medical directors, physicians, social workers, and rehabilitation professionals, as well as nurses.

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  • “What is assisted living?”

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    Assisted living is a social model of care that provides a greater level of support than in-home care, day programs, or independent living. Assisted living residences, which are sometimes part of CCRCs, can also provide specialized programs for people living with dementia.

    Assisted living residences typically provide meals, housekeeping, programming, a predetermined number of hours of assistance with daily activities, nursing support and assessment, and 24-hour staffing from certified nursing assistants.

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Support Senior Care and Research

Hebrew SeniorLife has been one of Massachusetts’ leading charitable organizations since its founding in 1903. Your gift of any size makes an immediate impact on how we help more than 3,000 seniors each day.

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