Do I have to be Jewish to live on campus or receive transitional care rehabilitation there?
No. We are a non-profit care community open to people of all faiths and ethnic groups, proudly founded by members of the Jewish community. We provide an inclusive and welcoming atmosphere of warmth, dignity and respect based on Jewish values. We have a board-certified chaplain on staff and regularly scheduled Jewish and Christian worship services take place on-site.
I have heard you are a CCRC? What does that mean?
Jewish Senior Life is a Continuing Care Retirement Community (CCRC). This means that we offer a full spectrum of accommodations from independent living, assisted living, assisted living with memory care, to long term/skilled nursing care–all on one campus. If the level of care needed changes for you or your loved one, we can support you right here.
I live out of town. How can I schedule a tour when I am in town?
For long-term care or transitional care/short-term rehabilitation at The Jewish Home:
Our admissions team is available for tours and phone calls Monday through Friday, from 8 am to 4:30 pm. Need a tour outside of these times? We’ll gladly schedule a tour when a trained staff member is available to accommodate you. To make the most of your time at the Jewish Home, we’d recommend you arrange for a tour ahead of time by calling us at (585) 784-6395 or emailing us.
For independent living, assisted living and assisted living with memory care: We will be glad to discuss living options and give you a tour of our independent and assisted living residences. Please contact our admissions team at (585) 442-9909 or by emailing us.
What are your visiting hours?
The suggested visiting hours are 10:00 am to 10:00 pm. Visitors are welcome at any time, but we encourage visitors to come at these times, for the benefit of our residents and our staff. Children are welcome and encouraged to visit. We love visitors and have beautiful common areas inside and outside the building to accommodate you. Immunized pets are welcome too!