By ghblog / Posted on July 21st, 2011
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The Leonard Florence Center for Living is an urban, condominium-style Green House project, consisting of 10 condominiums housing 100 residents (10 residents per condominium). In addition to providing skilled nursing care to elders in many of the homes, there are two short-term rehabilitation houses and two homes that support individuals living with medical conditions such as multiple sclerosis and ALS (Lou Gehrig’s disease). The Leonard Florence Center for Living, which opened in February 2010, is the first urban and condominium-style Green House project in the country.
To learn more, visit www.leonardflorencecenter.org.
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Sponsoring Organization History
The Chelsea Jewish Foundation, located in Chelsea, Massachusetts, is a 501(c)(3) organization, founded in 1919 as the Chelsea Jewish Nursing Home to nurture and provide services for the frail elderly in Chelsea, regardless of denomination or income, a charge continuing to this date. The Chelsea Jewish Foundation operates a nursing home, two assisted living facilities, and a hospice, home care and personal care agencies. The Leonard Florence Center for Living Green House homes will open in February 2010.
Sponsoring Organization Mission
The organization’s mission is to provide a continuum of quality and state-of-the-art care to the elderly and those with disabilities.
Leonard Florence Center for Living
165 Captain’s Row
Chelsea, MA 02150