Why Now is a Good Time to Move to Senior Living
We've all been through a lot in the last two years. Many people are tired of putting their lives on hold and for older adults, that can mean reevaluating your living situation. A community like NewBridge has many advantages - let us tell you why.Read the blog post
Picture Yourself Here
Discover NewBridge on the Charles
Dream of a place where a luxurious lifestyle and a continuum of Harvard Medical School-affiliated care live together in harmony. Watch a video preview of our grounds, spaces, and residences.
The Life You Deserve
Find Senior Living That’s Right for You
At NewBridge on the Charles, you can enjoy a remarkable range of residence styles, floor plans, and care options to support your best life, as you define it.Explore Our Residences
Always Something New
Explore Your Interests. Pursue Your Passions.
Each day you’ll be steps away from performances by professional musicians, visits from notable authors, and lectures by respected academics. All on the Dr. Miriam and Sheldon G. Adelson Campus, which includes an art studio, fitness center, library, and more.Explore Community Life
Harvard Medical School-Affiliated Care
On-Site Senior Medical Services
Access a full continuum of Harvard Medical School-affiliated health services, including a full-time primary medical practice right on site.View Health Care Services
Intergenerational by Design
Build relationships. Bridge generations. By sharing a campus with the Rashi School, NewBridge residents have natural and regular opportunities to mentor students ranging in age from kindergarten through eighth grade.Learn More
What People are saying about Hebrew SeniorLife
"We joke that being at NewBridge is like a combination of summer camp for grown-ups, an ocean cruise, and being a college freshman. But it's also more than that. It's a life filled with intellectual stimulation and connection with caring neighbors."
"We found a supportive community in NewBridge with an amazing amount of talent being shared with others."
"NewBridge is open, and it enables me to be open. If I want to take an art or craft class, I can do that. The people are wonderful and accepting. It’s a place where I can explore."