Nearly a century ago, the founders of Jewish Geriatric Services made a promise to supply comprehensive and compassionate healthcare services - based upon Jewish traditions and values - to those facing the challenges of aging. Throughout the years, this promise has remained the cornerstone of our ongoing mission: to strive for the highest levels of healthcare excellence through services and programs that ensure quality of life.
JGS Lifecare's Board of Directors and staff toured the newly enclosed Sosin Center for Rehabilitation Tuesday, February 23. Steel started going up in late November 2015. Construction is expected to be complete in approximately six - seven months. Opening
Monday, February 15, nursing home residents, families, volunteers and JGS Lifecare staff enjoyed a very special Sweetheart Social. Dr. Mark Levy and his wife Sharon donated gifts of jewelry as a special staff appreciation gift in acknowledgement of their
Dust of Snow Robert Frost (1923) The way a crow Shook down on me The dust of snow From a hemlock tree Has given my heart A change of mood And saved some part Of a day I had rued.
Wednesday, January 27, Ruth' sHouse residents and families enjoyed a Truly Whimsical Alice Tea Party. Assorted teas and desserts were served, and guests were treated to music from Alice in Wonderland and the a showing of the movie.
Tuesday, January 19, Tom Ricardi visited Ruth's House bringing back his Birds of Prey presentation. Ricardi is a licensed rehabilitator and wildlife biologist who runs the Massachusetts Birds of Prey Rehabilitation Center in Conway, MA. Ricardi shared
The Leavitt Family Jewish Home took residents to the Senior Prom Monday, January 25.
Stan the "Piano Man," a longtime participant in our adult day health care center, performed a beautiful medley of old-time favorites and patrioitic standards Friday, January 15 for an audience of fellow Wernick participants, nursing home residents, friends,