Long-Term Care

Are there licensed nurses for the residents?
Our highly trained staff includes licensed nurses who are part of a clinical team that provides skilled care 24 hours per day. Typically, they administer medications, perform treatments and document medical information.
How do you care for residents with memory loss?
Our renown therapeutic gardens, the highly acclaimed “Music & Memory” program and individual personalized care plans cater to individual with memory loss. Living in a secure environment, with staff members who become like family, helps residents feel safe, nurtured – and happy.
Who pays for skilled nursing care?
Payment source generally depends on the patient's condition and approval of 3rd party payers. There are four main sources of payment: Private pay, insurance, Medicare and Medicaid. Because everyone has different needs and medical histories, it's difficult to predict in advance exactly what payment methods might be available. For specific questions, please contact our admissions department. We would be happy to address your individual qualifications and needs.
What if I need additional services?
Chelsea Jewish Lifecare offers a continuum of support that is always readily available to residents. This is a huge advantage of being part of the Chelsea Jewish family. These services can be easily accessed whenever a resident needs additional support. Our affiliate agencies include:
  • Chelsea Jewish Visiting Nurse Agency; short-term transitional care and extended programs of medical management.
  • Shapiro-Rudolph Adult Day Health Center; a safe and secure program for individuals who need additional help during the day.
  • Chelsea Jewish Aging Life Care; a program to help seniors and their families explore the different types of support services.
  • Chelsea Jewish Hospice and Palliative Care; compassionate care and resources for individuals and families.
Our highly trained staff includes licensed nurses who are part of a clinical team that provides skilled care 24 hours per day. Typically, they administer medications, perform treatments and document medical information.
Our renown therapeutic gardens, the highly acclaimed “Music & Memory” program and individual personalized care plans cater to individual with memory loss. Living in a secure environment, with staff members who become like family, helps residents feel safe, nurtured – and happy.
Payment source generally depends on the patient's condition and approval of 3rd party payers. There are four main sources of payment: Private pay, insurance, Medicare and Medicaid. Because everyone has different needs and medical histories, it's difficult to predict in advance exactly what payment methods might be available. For specific questions, please contact our admissions department. We would be happy to address your individual qualifications and needs.
Chelsea Jewish Lifecare offers a continuum of support that is always readily available to residents. This is a huge advantage of being part of the Chelsea Jewish family. These services can be easily accessed whenever a resident needs additional support. Our affiliate agencies include:
  • Chelsea Jewish Visiting Nurse Agency; short-term transitional care and extended programs of medical management.
  • Shapiro-Rudolph Adult Day Health Center; a safe and secure program for individuals who need additional help during the day.
  • Chelsea Jewish Aging Life Care; a program to help seniors and their families explore the different types of support services.
  • Chelsea Jewish Hospice and Palliative Care; compassionate care and resources for individuals and families.

240 Lynnfield St.
Peabody, MA 01960
978-471-5100
info@chelseajewish.org