Person-centered care also means providing spiritual support to our residents and staff. We offer spiritual care, religious services (Jewish and ecumenical), and Jewish education programming across our campus – all supported by our in-house chaplain and Jewish Life and Learning Coordinator.
As part of our ongoing commitment to wellness and inclusion, we provide spiritual support to all residents, family members and staff, regardless of their faith, race, ethnicity or orientation.
Our Spiritual Care team facilitates religious worship and provides spiritual, cultural and educational programs across campus. They serve as a liaison to other clergy and coordinate services and programs to meet the needs of residents of all religious backgrounds.
Our spiritual programs uplift quality of life for residents and staff, while also providing comfort and support during difficult life transitions.