Project Transformation: Chicopee Savings Bank Charitable Foundation pledges $100,000

With the opening of Sosin Center for Rehabilitation and Michael’s Café last December, Project Transformation embarked on Phase II fundraising to expand the relationship-based small house model of care (The Green House) to JGS Lifecare’s long-term residents at the Leavitt Family Jewish Home. This past April, Phase II of our JGS Lifecare Project Transformation campaign received… Read more »

Project Transformation: Paul Cohen Pledges $1 Million Bequest

With the opening of Sosin Center for Rehabilitation and Michael’s Café in December, Project Transformation embarks on its Phase II fundraising, bringing the relationship-based small house model of care (The Green House®) to JGS Lifecare’s long-term residents. On a Wednesday morning in January, when Paul Cohen joined Attorney Stephen Krevalin for lunch at Michael’s Café… Read more »

Partnering With The GREEN HOUSE Project

JGS Lifecare will be working with THE GREEN HOUSE® Project to help us implement the small house model of care. Green House has worked with over 170 nursing homes around the country, establishing a new standard in long term and post acute care with higher quality outcomes and increased elder and caregiver satisfaction. The Green… Read more »

Welcoming Small House to Our Home

This is an exciting time at JGS Lifecare (JGS Lifecare) as we update our facilities and expand services to improve health outcomes and enhance resident dignity, independence and quality of life. We call our vision Project Transformation: A New World of Care. It’s about a new philosophy, a new architecture, and a new look for… Read more »

Project Transformation ETA

A groundbreaking ceremony for the 24-bed short-stay Sosin Center for Rehabilitation was held May 5, 2015, with early site preparation beginning in June. In July, the Department of Public Health approved plans for the Center which will be built in the small house model of care. It is named after the George Sosin, a long-time… Read more »