The sitting area outside is lovely, and the living room and den inside are inviting. The aides work in teams and the care has been seamless.
But having a room to himself — with a private shower, no less — has Ted Donsky still shaking his head in disbelief a week after moving into one of the new Green House homes, part of Jewish Senior Life in Brighton.
“All I have to do is step from one room to the next and there is the shower,” he said. “… No idea it would be that beautiful and that accessible. Jump in the shower, you’re right there. You’re through, press a button, the water goes off. … It’s incredible. I can’t get over it.”