Talk to most everyone who has a parent or loved one in an assisted living or memory care community and you’ll discover everyone has an opinion on what makes one community better, more exceptional, or perhaps not as terrific as another.
That said, we suggest you look into the not-for-profit assisted living communities, Rhoda Goldman Plaza, for example, where our Jewish legacy, ideals, and values are built on strong principles and ethics that have made our community so widely respected. You’ll find that both our assisted living and memory care residents are treated with dignity and compassion.
Rhoda Goldman Plaza is a not-for-profit organization that was established in 2000 by Jewish Family and Children’s Services and the Mt. Zion Health Fund. Open to all with 78% being Jewish, it is a community where older adults can live well with assistance with ease of access to a wide variety of services to the community.
That’s heritage. And one we don’t take lightly.
Our management, board of directors, staff, and the entire community here at Rhoda Goldman Plaza are charged with ensuring our values endure and help define what makes us a trusted partner for families who want their loved one to Live Well With AssistanceSM with safety, security, and the social well-being that rewards, enriches, and engages each of our residents.