Florence and Chafetz offers services beyond a traditional assisted living. Catering to individuals with increased cognitive and physical limitations such as Alzheimer’s and dementia, the Florence & Chafetz staff is a key reason why the residence is in such high demand. Our caring and compassionate caregivers have extremely long tenure with the organization; there is little staff turnover, which is reassuring to our residents and families. The personalized support services enable residents to live in a safe environment while still maintaining a level of independence. This unique setting allows your loved ones to bond with other residents, creating special friendships that truly enhance the quality of life. Let us make your loved ones feel safe, nurtured and happy.

Additional Information

Apartments

36 spacious studio-style apartments with private bath, divided into three separate homes with 12 apartments each.

Amenities

Three meals a day prepared by a trained culinary chef and served in a private dining room with large bay windows. Residence also features comfortable open living room in each home, with access to café, beauty salon and library.

Services

Weekly housekeeping and linen service, daily assistance with such activities as dressing, bathing, medication management and dietary plans.

Activities

Lectures, concerts, arts and crafts, games, exercise classes, holiday celebrations, restaurant and shopping outings.

Pricing

Rates for specialized assisted living starting at $6300.

Contact

Please call Kristen Donnelly at 617-887-0826 or email her at kdonnelly@chelseajewish.org to schedule a tour or request additional information. Reserve your space now!

Testimonials

"Our family is able to sleep peacefully at night knowing my mother is being well-taken care of and, equally as important, that she is happy.”

Family of Resident

"I enjoy living here because of the friends I have made among the residents and staff. There are always so many people around!”

Resident

“It’s comforting for me to know I placed my father in the best environment possible for his specialized needs.”

Child of Resident

Explore