The Regency Heritage Nursing and Rehabilitation Center in Somerset, NJ, was proud to host our exceptional colleagues from the Stein Assisted Living Center, located on our shared magnificent campus at the Oscar and Ella Wilf Campus for Senior Living!
We had a number of exceptional caregivers who were present, including our amazing social workers at Regency Heritage, as well as social workers from Stein.
I attached some pictures below.
About Regency Heritage
The most recent addition to the Regency family, Regency Heritage is centrally located in Somerset, New Jersey, on the beautiful 59-acre Oscar and Ella Wilf Campus for Senior Living. Regency Heritage is committed to bringing advanced levels of skilled nursing care, rehabilitation and quality of life to all those we serve, in an environment that embraces Jewish values and traditions.
A recent multi-million dollar renovation project has transformed Regency Heritage into one of the area’s most elegant and luxurious senior residences. A generous 265-bed capacity addresses both the community’s long- and short-term care needs. Spacious, elegantly appointed rooms, cheery public areas and gracious dining facilities help create an atmosphere of comfort, companionship and community.
About Stein Assisted Living
The Martin and Edith Stein Assisted Living Residence is committed to providing personalized assisted living support in a pleasant, homelike environment to Jewish seniors and other older adults in central New Jersey. The facility takes pride in recognizing and meeting the personal, medical and spiritual needs of their residents… and celebrating the traditional Jewish values that are central to their mission of caring for the elderly.
Their comfortable residence in Somerset, New Jersey offers senior living at its finest! Residents live in private or shared apartments, decorated lovingly with their own belongings. They enjoy delicious Glatt kosher meals served in our lovely dining room, and can participate in Jewish services and holiday celebrations in our spacious building. Seniors can also choose from a full calendar of stimulating recreational and social activities, visit nearby shops and restaurants, or just relax with a good book in their library.