Fellowship Senior Living rebrands as FellowshipLife

Fellowship Senior Living is now FellowshipLife. The rebrand comes during a time of change, innovation and growth for the nonprofit senior living leader.

Headquartered in Basking Ridge, along with one of its premier Life Plan Communities, Fellowship Village, FellowshipLife recently completed an affiliation with Friends Village in Woodstown and is in process of affiliating with House of the Good Shepherd in Hackettstown and Pines Village in Whiting.

FellowshipLife will serve as the parent company to all the communities.

“The affiliations will bring stability to all the communities, which will assist in overcoming the challenges of being single-site providers in today’s health care and economic climate,” FellowshipLife Chairman of the Board and Finance Chair Stanley Morin said.

“All three communities joining the FellowshipLife family have distinguished histories of providing excellent care and services to the community. They are all distinctly aligned with our core values at FellowshipLife,” Brian Lawrence, CEO and president, FellowshipLife, said. “These affiliations allow us to further transform and innovate aging services to meet the needs of the marketplace and the rapid growing of the older adult population throughout the region.”

As a leading provider of housing, services and programs, the organization’s Life Plan Communities offer active adult residences, assisted living, skilled nursing or memory care suites through a hospitality-focused and person-centered philosophy in a homelike atmosphere. Wellness, health and medical programs offer medical group physician services, in/out-patient rehabilitation, personal training and massage therapy to promote healthy and active lifestyles.

Through FellowshipLife’s Home and Community Based Services, home-care services, care management, connected living through a smart-home platform, hospice, long-term care plans, personal training and physical, occupational and speech therapy are all offered in the comfort of one’s home.