Stein Assisted Living is committed to providing personalized assisted living support in a pleasant, homelike environment to Jewish seniors and other older adults in central New Jersey.
We take pride in recognizing and meeting the personal, medical and spiritual needs of our senior residents… and celebrating the traditional Jewish values that are central to our mission of caring for the elderly.
Our comfortable residence in Somerset, New Jersey offers senior living at its finest! Our residents live in private or shared apartments, decorated lovingly with their own belongings. They enjoy delicious kosher meals served in our lovely dining room, and can participate in Jewish services and holiday celebrations in our spacious facility.
Residents can also choose from a full calendar of stimulating recreational and social activities for seniors, visit nearby shops and restaurants, or just relax with a good book in our library.
However they choose to fill their days, our residents and their families enjoy peace of mind knowing that our professional caregivers are always there when they need them, and a licensed nurse is on the premises 24 hours, 7 days a week.
As members of The Wilf Campus community in NJ, our residents also have access to a full continuum of health care services including short-term rehabilitation, skilled nursing care, dementia care and hospice care. No matter how your loved ones health conditions may change over the years, the care they need is right here on our campus.
New Transitional Care Program at Stein Assisted Living
We are excited to announce the expansion of our Memory Care program. The expansion includes the addition of a new Transitional Care Neighborhood for individuals who are exhibiting mild or early signs of memory loss or dementia but are not yet ready to move into a full Memory Care program.
Click here for more information.
Stein Assisted Living is committed to meet the needs of indigent Holocaust survivors with our Holocaust Survivor Scholarship program. To qualify for a scholarship, an applicant must be a Holocaust survivor, have demonstrated financial need and meet assisted living level of care requirements.
For more information or an application, please call 732-568-1155, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or click on the link below to find out more.