For 50 years, The Jewish Home For the Elderly has been a first choice for families when there is a need to transition to long-term care, and consider us an extension of their own homes.
Families appreciate the 5-star quality rating, awarded from the Centers for Medicaid and Medicare Services in recognition of the care and services we provide and we are proud of the exceptional professionals that make the difference in the lives of those in our trust.
Food prepared in Mozaic Jewish Home is Kosher style, and we offer a kosher Household (Kaufman). The Berkowitz Family Courtyard Café is strictly kosher. Kosher certification is through New England Kosher, Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz with approval of Vaad HaKashrus of Connecticut.
On-site rabbinical training programs are established with Yeshiva University and The Jewish Theological Seminary, Shabbat, and Holiday services are held in our beautiful synagogue and near Resident Households, enabling spiritual involvement for all.
Rabbi Stephen Shulman, the Director of Pastoral Services, is a key member of the Leadership Team and coordinates programs with community clergy to offer everyone opportunities for spiritual expression.
Rabbi Shulman can be reached at 203-396-1001 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our Household Model of Care offers a home setting where each Resident lives in a house of 14 and enjoys their private room and bath. Shared spaces for dining, living room, den and outside balcony encourage gatherings, socialization and engaging days. Households are staffed with talented and dedicated caregivers, guided by a Resident-centered philosophy that maintains independence and dignity, enabling individuals to live life balanced with quality care to the fullest.
Experienced physicians, nurses, rehabilitation therapists, recreational therapists, social workers and clergy provide outstanding care and support the physical, social and spiritual needs of every person we are privileged to serve.
Extensive programming connects Residents to the community with a variety of choices that includes daily social activities, family and volunteer visits, trips to theaters, museums and local attractions. We are known for our warm and friendly environment and offer:
The Jewish Home is licensed by the
State of Connecticut Department of Public Health.
Mozaic Jewish Home’s medical staff is nationally recognized for teaching and quality assessment programs. We are proud to be one of the few nursing homes approved by the Connecticut State Medical Society to grant physicians continuing education credits. Education and training are regularly provided to all clinical staff ensuring that the latest in treatment approaches are integrated components of service delivery.
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