Kaplan Estates offers the perfect balance of independence and support for active seniors. Located on a picturesque 22-acre woodland setting on Boston’s North Shore, the classic New England architecture sets the tone for a warm and welcoming community. A recent multi-million-dollar renovation showcases well-designed, intimate spaces, with an abundance of natural light and updated designs. The setting sports spectacular gardens and landscaped grounds combined with first-class amenities, a highly trained staff, and a lively atmosphere. Residents can experience worry-free living at its best, and receive personal attention that goes one step beyond. You’ll feel right at home from the moment you walk through the door at Kaplan Estates.



98 spacious studio and one-bedroom apartments with private baths, walk-in closets, kitchenette with microwave and full sized apartment refrigerator, individual heat and air conditioning control and emergency pull cords.


Three meals a day prepared by a trained culinary chef and served in a private dining room. The building features a fireplace lounge, living room, a coffee shop, a garden kitchen, a beauty salon, TV lounge and game room, library and fitness center.


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


Gardening, walking groups, arts and crafts, dancing, intergenerational programs, concerts, lectures, exercise classes, outings, movies, games, holiday celebrations, cultural event trips, musical entertainment, theatre, cooking and baking classes.


Traditional assisted living rates starting at $4100.


Please call Marisa Iafrate at 978-854-1812 or email miafrate@chelseajewish.org to schedule a tour, request additional information and/or add your name to the waitlist.


What I like most in Kaplan is the staff. They are excellent and absolutely awesome. They are very helpful and sweet. They like my mother-in-law, and she likes them. If she is not at her table at dinner, they come looking for her, find her, and make sure she has dinner. They hire special kinds... Read More

Residents have the opportunity to be as social as they wish with plenty to do at Kaplan and the Great Room next door. My father especially enjoys meeting with students who come to visit and learn from the Kaplan community, he also enjoyed the weekly outings to local restaurants. I, too, make new acquaintances whenever... Read More

Sharon Glasser

Our parents move to your facility came at a particularly anxious and difficult time for our family and the Kaplan community as a whole. I’m sure all decisions to transition to assisted living come with unique challenges but the public health crisis increased the potential for problems exponentially. From our first conversation, You- Marisa, Andrea... Read More

Glenn Freedman

I got the call early in the morning. The kind of early when you know the call will not go well. My father had fallen. This lead to our journey to Kaplan Estates. In reality, we knew this day was coming, but it was too painful for any of us to process, let alone breech... Read More

Bonnie Westerman

Hi Marisa, it’s Linda Wood. I just wanted to tell you that my mom is thrilled with her new room! I was able to wave to her out the window yesterday and today, I met my sister there and we were able to both wave to her out the window! (6ft apart of course). I... Read More

Linda Wood

“I’m so glad we’ve found each other,” my mother tells me, as I file her nails. And then the doors lock, the visit ends. How to explain pandemic and quarantine to someone who has no sense of time or place. “When are you coming to visit?” she asks daily. “As soon as we can, “... Read More

Laurie, Julie, Bobby and families


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