What is the difference between traditional assisted living and one with memory support services?
Memory support residences help seniors with the middle to late stages of memory loss. At Florence and Chafetz and Kaplan Estates, we provide specially designed, safe, secured and stimulating surroundings. Our licensed team of professionals on staff 24 hours a day includes RN’S and LPN’S, certified home health aides, physical and occupational therapists and speech language pathologists.
Who is eligible to live in the memory support assisted living residences in Chelsea and Peabody?
Seniors living with physical or cognitive limitations who need special programming for success, such as those with Alzheimer’s or dementia.
How do I know if a loved one is experiencing actual memory loss or is just a little forgetful?
Some warning signs of dementia: repeating questions or statements, multiple phone calls with the same questions, wandering away from home, forgetting to do things, leaving the stove on, or frequently misplacing items. Meeting with the senior’s primary care physician is often a good starting place.
Memory support residences help seniors with the middle to late stages of memory loss. At Florence and Chafetz and Kaplan Estates, we provide specially designed, safe, secured and stimulating surroundings. Our licensed team of professionals on staff 24 hours a day includes RN’S and LPN’S, certified home health aides, physical and occupational therapists and speech language pathologists.
Seniors living with physical or cognitive limitations who need special programming for success, such as those with Alzheimer’s or dementia.
Some warning signs of dementia: repeating questions or statements, multiple phone calls with the same questions, wandering away from home, forgetting to do things, leaving the stove on, or frequently misplacing items. Meeting with the senior’s primary care physician is often a good starting place.

201 Captains Row
Chelsea, Massachusetts 02150
617-887-0826
info@chelseajewish.org