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Active Living in a Welcoming Community.

The Simon C. Fireman Community offers affordable, independent living that supports personal wellness.

Warm, Welcoming, and Active Living

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Comfort and Convenience

Independent Living Apartments

You can choose a studio or one-bedroom apartment. Community amenities include a fitness center, coffee shop, dining room, computer center, and 24-hour emergency response.

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Something for Every Interest

Diverse Programming

Whether you want to read a book in our library, take part in a lecture, join an intergenerational program, or go on a shopping trip, you’ll always find something to do at the Simon C. Fireman Community – and a community of friends to do it with. Residents are also invited to take part in Vitalize 360, our personalized wellness coaching program.

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Making it Easy to Stay Healthy

On-Site Health and Wellness

You’ll find convenient health and wellness supports right under your roof, including care coordination and access to home health care. It’s all powered by Hebrew SeniorLife, a Harvard Medical School affiliate.

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Options to Fit Your Budget

Affordable Living

Because the Simon C. Fireman Community is a HUD-subsidized supportive housing community, you must meet specific criteria to live in the community and what you pay is based on your income. Your monthly rent includes a range of services that help you live your very best life.

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  • Two older women sit drinking coffee at the coffee shop at Simon C. Fireman Community in Randolph, MA.


    Leave behind the hassle of cooking and join friends for restaurant-style meals Monday through Friday in the dining room. You can also grab a quick lunch at the store or coffee shop.

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    Residents drive the programming that enriches the social, cultural, and spiritual life of the community. Volunteers organize events, celebrations, and community service projects.

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    Learning and Hobbies

    Learn a new skill in the art studio or computer center. Read a book or magazine in the library. Or join young people in intergenerational programming.

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    The fitness center offers group classes and one-on-one workouts with a trainer so you can build or maintain your health and mobility.

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What People are saying about Hebrew SeniorLife

  • "I really like it here. This is a lovely place, clean comfortable and safe. Everyone is welcoming and friendly. My children are very satisfied that this is a caring facility."


  • "My move to the Fireman Community is the best move I made. I feel safe and cared for. Thank you community for my good life!"


  • "Many of my family members benefited from your superb community, and the Harvard and Hebrew SeniorLife model of compassionate aging. You all set a high standard in senior care."

    Child of a Resident

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