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Representatives from the Royal Commission into Aged Care Quality and Safety in Australia recently toured the Leonard Florence Center for Living.

Australian Contingency Visits Leonard Florence Center

From left: Ina Hoffman, Special Residences Admissions Director; Susan Ryan, Senior Director of the Green House Project; Betsy Mullen, COO Chelsea Jewish Lifecare; Steve Saling, Leonard Florence Center for Living resident; Commissioner Lynelle Briggs, Australian Royal Commission into Aged Care Quality and Safety; and Sara Samios, Assistant Secretary, Royal Commission (Courtesy photo)

Representatives from the Royal Commission into Aged Care Quality and Safety in Australia recently toured the Leonard Florence Center for Living. The group spent the day touring the Center, meeting the residents and staff.

The Leonard Florence Center, operated by Chelsea Jewish Lifecare, is the country’s first urban model Green House® skilled nursing facility. The visitors hope to duplicate the Green House model in Australia. The Center takes care of more individuals living with ALS than any place else in the world.

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