Hebrew SeniorLife, a Harvard Medical School affiliate, is a nonprofit, non-sectarian organization that provides senior living and health care for older adults, research into aging, and education for geriatric care providers.
Whether you're just noticing symptoms or have been dealing with Alzheimer’s or another form of dementia for some time, Hebrew SeniorLife is here to help. From initial consultations and caregiver support to residential options and late-stage care, Hebrew SeniorLife offers a wide range of memory care services and support to help seniors with memory loss live their best lives, through any combination of the following:
Consultations with a clinician who can help determine an individualized path forward.
Memory Assessments to obtain a clinical diagnosis, if necessary.
Comprehensive Care Management provided in partnership with the patient’s primary care team.
Caregiver Support, including family counseling and referrals.
Adult Day Health, a full day of programming and patient-centered care to ensure well-being and encourage community connections.
Memory Care Assisted Living for full-time residents with early- to mid-stage dementia, designed to maximize independence while receiving personalized assistance with daily living.
In-Patient Long-Term Chronic Care, offering more than a nursing home can for seniors with advanced cognitive decline.
Hebrew SeniorLife offers these services across several campuses including Hebrew Rehabilitation Center in Roslindale and NewBridge on the Charles in Dedham. To learn more, connect with a memory care advisor by calling us at 617-612-6595 or visiting www.hebrewseniorlife.org/memorycare.
There are many exciting advancements being made at Hebrew SeniorLife.
Press release for the opening of the Center 4/9/19
CMH’s product brochure pdf and online brochure
New HSL podcast series for adult children – a new series of podcasts including their latest “Memory Matters” featuring Dr. Gary Epstein-Lubow, Medical Director for the Center
Episode 3: HSL Podcast “There for Them” ~ Memory Matters with Dr. Gary Epstein Lubow