EAST BRUNSWICK, NJ -- Mayor Brad Cohen, an enthusiastic supporter of the Chelsea at East Brunswick, was on hand to help mark the Chelsea's 20th anniversary on Tuesday, April 17, 2018.
Mayor Cohen read a proclamation honoring the Chelsea and recalled the experience of his late mother who, at age 102, had hip replacement surgery and lived to be 106. Mayor Cohen is a great friend of the Chelsea and has been to many centennial birthday celebrations for residents.
The Chelsea at East Brunswick was one of the first assisted living residences in the Chelsea family of communities, opening in 1998 at a time when assisted living was growing as a viable option for older Americans who needed a little extra help but didn't yet need acute care services.
Executive Director Cynthia Rozenberg used the occasion to honor a number of employees with 10 or more years of service, contributing to one of the most stable workforces in the regional assisted living industry.
Chelsea Senior Living operates 17 residences in three states that offer quality assisted living with specialized care for residents with memory impairment. More information can be found at www.chelseaseniorliving.com.