July 19, 2021

Message from Adam Berman, President of Chelsea Jewish Lifecare

Dear Residents and Families,

Our Independence Day celebrations this year took on a special meaning. Vaccinations have enabled us to experience a renewed sense of freedom, allowing people to interact with each other. As I walk around our campuses, I cannot help but compare this year to the previous one. Seeing people busy with activities, enjoying visits from friends and family, and experiencing the simple pleasure of being together is a joy to behold.

Grateful as we are for this activity, we do not take it for granted. This was one of the primary drivers behind our decision to be the first long-term care provider in the state to issue a vaccine mandate for staff. Even while we partially reopen we are as focused on keeping this virus at bay as ever.

As always, we will continue to be as open as a community as we can possibly be. This premise is one of the founding principles of our organization and guides us in everything that we do.

Chelsea Jewish Lifecare