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Hebrew SeniorLife is proud to be the presenting sponsor of Needham Goes Purple.
Support for Every Stage of Memory Loss
Whether you’re just noticing symptoms or have been dealing with Alzheimer’s or another form of dementia for some time, Hebrew SeniorLife is here to help. From initial consultations and caregiver support to residential options and late-stage care, Hebrew SeniorLife offers a wide range of memory care services to help seniors with memory loss live their best life. These include our outpatient Center for Memory Health, adult day health programs, memory care assisted living residences, and late-stage memory care.
Here for Needham
Older adults and their families throughout the Needham area rely on Hebrew SeniorLife. Here in your backyard, our NewBridge on the Charles campus which is located on the Dedham/Needham line, offers a variety of independent and assisted living options as well as Harvard Medical School-affiliated long-term chronic care. Local seniors recovering from illness or hospitalization often come to NewBridge for inpatient short-term rehab. And Hebrew SeniorLife supports local seniors in their Needham homes with in-home care including home health, private care, and hospice care.
Many Needham residents also choose Hebrew SeniorLife services available on our other nearby campuses including Orchard Cove in Canton and Hebrew Rehabilitation Center in West Roxbury where our Center for Memory Health, an outpatient practice open to the public that supports seniors with cognitive issues as well as their family members, is located.
About Hebrew SeniorLife
As a nonprofit affiliate of Harvard Medical School, Hebrew SeniorLife is a national senior services leader uniquely dedicated to rethinking, researching, and redefining the possibilities of aging. Founded in Boston in 1903, Hebrew SeniorLife today provides senior living communities and health care for seniors, research into aging, and education for geriatric care providers.
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