A man and woman sit on a bench in an outdoor garden area.

Empowering seniors to live their best lives.

We're here for you as New England’s largest nonprofit provider of senior care and living communities.

two hands cradling a heart icon

Unsurpassed Health Care

Our compassionate teams provide quality care to seniors at all stages of life whether living in their homes across Greater Boston or at one of our seven locations.

house icon

Premier Senior Living

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

graduation cap icon

Unique Academic Partnership

The only senior care organization affiliated with Harvard Medical School, we conduct influential aging research and train future senior care professionals.

Hebrew SeniorLife Locations

7

locations serving older adults of all abilities and incomes

4,500

seniors served each day throughout Greater Boston

2,400

caring, compassionate, and committed staff members

5

time winner of the Boston Globe’s Top Places to Work

Common Questions About Hebrew SeniorLife

  • Are all faiths welcome?

    Two women hold hands and converse in front of a window.

    Yes! Everyone is welcome at Hebrew SeniorLife. Our services and senior living communities are open to people of all backgrounds and faith traditions. Our spiritual care programs also serve our diverse population of seniors.

    Find more answers
  • What is long-term chronic care?

    Long-term care patients sitting in a lounge area.

    Long-term chronic care hospitals like Hebrew Rehabilitation Center offer services that go beyond those typically offered at a nursing home.

    Long-term chronic care combines therapeutic programs and inpatient services for seniors with chronic and sometimes complex diagnoses, including Alzheimer’s and dementia.

    Find more answers
  • What are the differences between assisted living and independent living?

    A smiling older woman sits in her apartment.

    Both types of communities offer a robust calendar of programming to support the social needs of residents and typically have on-site amenities such as dining, fitness, and wellness services.

    Residents of independent living communities are able to live on their own without much support. Assisted living communities offer residents help with activities of daily living, such as dressing and medication reminders.

    Find more answers
  • How much does it cost to live in a Hebrew SeniorLife community?

    An older man and woman converse about a book in a library.

    We offer senior living options for every budget, including subsidized residences. We encourage you to contact our communities directly to learn about all of our pricing models and to set up a confidential consultation.

    Find more answers

Still have questions? See All FAQ Topics

A group of nursing school students enjoy a break during on-site training.

Work at Hebrew SeniorLife

Love where you work and work where you are loved. Are you looking to advance your potential at a senior care organization leading the field? Here, you’ll make life-changing connections with patients, residents, families, and your teammates. With opportunities across Greater Boston in nursing, housekeeping, culinary services, research, medicine, and more — your career will grow right along with our collective impact.

View Open Positions

Latest News

29 Nurses at Hebrew SeniorLife Nominated for Annual Salute to Nurses

Patients, families, colleagues, and supervisors nominated 29 nurses working at four Hebrew SeniorLife campuses and specialties across the Boston area for the 2024 Salute to Nurses special report published in the Boston Globe Magazine. The annual feature recognizes area nurses...

A man painting

Support Senior Care and Research

Make a gift of any size. Make an immediate impact. Your charitable contribution enhances the lives of the seniors we serve every day through critical programs and innovative research.

Explore Giving Options