The Estates on Admiral’s Hill (,  also known as Cohen Florence Levine Estates and Florence & Chafetz, will hold an open house for its two assisted living residences on Thursday, June 23 from 3pm to 6pm. Featuring  a summer time theme,  the menu will include a fresh seasonal appetizers and home-made desserts. Additionally, there will be one-on-one consultations with Executive Director Betsy Mullen, Admissions Director Kristen Donnelly and Chef Michael Millard. They will discuss making the transition to an assisted living residence as well as the many amenities, support services and activities available at The Estates on Admiral’s Hill.

Located at 201 Captains Row on scenic Admiral’s Hill in Chelsea, The Estates is comprised of two separate residences: Cohen Florence Levine Estates is and the Florence & Chafetz Home for Specialized Care.  The residences, sponsored by the highly acclaimed Chelsea Jewish Foundation, offer both traditional assisted living and memory support services for those with Alzheimer’s and dementia.  Amenities include a 24 hour café with home-made baked goods, hair and nail salon, library, living room, great room for concerts and shows, dining room and outdoor area for seasonal recreational activities.

“We are thrilled to host this event for members of the surrounding communities,” states Betsy Mullen, Executive Vice President of Clinical Operations and Executive Director of the Assisted Livings. “Our accessible location, spacious apartments and fresh, healthy food set our facilities apart from others on the North Shore.” She added, “We are so very proud of our residents. After all, they are our most important asset.”

To RSVP to the open house and receive a complimentary welcome gift, please call Kristen Donnelly at 617-887-0826 or email

Chelsea Jewish Foundation Assisted Living

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