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Vision 2031

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The Jewish Senior Services Board of Directors adopted a long-term strategy to plan for our future, known as Vision 2031. The Baby Boomer generation will radically alter the future of our industry. Boomers start turning 85 years old in 2031, and our Board of Directors has targeted that pivotal year to offer transformative services into the next decades.

The essence of Vision 2031 is to fulfill our Mission by reducing our reliance on government funding to create a strong, healthy organization that serves seniors and their families in our community. When we opened The Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Campus in 2016, we were the only state-of-the-art Senior Living Campus in Connecticut. However, we also knew that we were not ready to completely fulfill our Mission – without Independent Living, more Assisted Living and the technology needed to support seniors living at home. Vision 2031 addresses these needs so that over the next 10 years we can again be the premiere, full-service Senior Living provider in the region.

 

Vision 2031 is targeted in three very specific areas:

  • Adding Independent/Assisted Living Communities
  • Expanding Home Care and Community Services through Acquisition/Expansion
  • Improving Technology and Innovation Support

We have explored a number of possibilities including an independent living space as a first step toward this Vision. This plan has taken lessons from other providers across the country who are significantly ahead of us (as well as from LeadingAge and AJAS, our national non-profit and Jewish sponsored associations). We have learned that we need to invest significant resources (dollars) to secure our future – to grow, from strength to strength.

 

If you are interested in learning more about Vision 2031, please contact 203-365-6406 or dfleischmann@jseniors.org