Since 1912, we have been the proud caretakers of the elderly in our local community. Founded on the Jewish principle of respecting age as a blessing, we have dedicated ourselves to delivering the best in elder care services to people of every faith and every background. Over the past century, we have undergone several transformations as we have responded to the changing needs of our community’s elders, and we’re still reinventing ourselves. Stay up to date here, and by following us on Facebook.
Susan Goldsmith, chair of the Board for JGS Lifecare; Dr. James Rosenthal; Representative Brian Ashe; artist James Kitchen; Senator Eric Lesser and Susan Kimball Halpern, vice president of philanthropy, JGS Lifecare, pose near “A Lifetime,” the new sculpture located outside the Sosin Center for Rehabilitation. Over 100 people, including Senator Eric Lesser and Representative Brian… Read more »
ChangingAging® is an effort launched by Dr. Bill Thomas, a pioneer in the positive aging movement, to change the way American society perceives aging. “How we perceive aging, to a very large degree, determines how we age,” said Dr. Thomas… Read more »
JGS Lifecare Latest News
JGS Lifecare, a leading health care system serving seniors and their families, will honor former Longmeadow resident Paul Cohen and all major donors to Phase I of their Project Transformation campaign during their annual meeting on Tuesday, May 22. “We are excited to celebrate the donors who made possible the completion of Phase I of… Read more »
Established by the American Health Care Association in 1967, National Skilled Nursing Week (formerly known as National Nursing Home Week) provides an opportunity to recognize the role of skilled nursing care centers in caring for America’s seniors and people with disabilities. This year’s theme is “Celebrating Life’s Stories.” Susan Kimball Halpern, vice president of philanthropy… Read more »
JGS Lifecare in the News
The Longmeadow News featured an article in their May 10, 2018 issue recognizing National Skilled Nursing Week. The article included comments from Susan Kimball Halpern, vice president of philanthropy for JGS Lifecare, and George Groom, a former Sosin resident whose wife Gina is a resident at the Leavitt Family Jewish Home.
The Longmeadow News included an article in their May 10, 2018 issue about the 38th annual fundraising golf tournament, the Frankel-Kinsler Classic, which will be held on Monday June 18 at Twin Hills Country Club in Longmeadow.