Little Servant Sisters of The Immaculate Conception
St. Joseph's Seniors Home is operated by the Little Servant Sisters of the Immaculate Conception. Their mission is "the compassionate and quality care of all whom they serve". The founder of The Little Servant Sisters, Blessed Edmund Bojanowski, directed the Sisters to care for the spiritual and physical needs of the people in their care. He told them: "To serve the sick with the same love as they would serve Jesus Christ himself".
St. Joseph's Senior Home
St. Joseph's Senior Home consists of a 51-bed Nursing Center and a 60-bed Assisted Living facility. Private and semi-private rooms are available, including some units with kitchenettes. The Senior Residence, which was converted into a Comprehensive Personal Care Home in 1996, provides care under the supervision of registered nurses and other medical professionals. The Nursing Center features 24-hour skilled nursing care. Come, see for yourself. Walk past the blossoming gardens into the sunny atmosphere of St. Joseph's Seniors Home in Woodbridge, New Jersey. Be greeted by the devoted staff, and witness their loving, personal attention to the needs of the residents. Notice the pristine and tastefully decorated meeting rooms and hallways. And see the smiles of the residents enjoying a variety of creative activities. St. Joseph's Assisted Living & Nursing Center is fully licensed by the New Jersey Department of Health which conducts annual surveys of its operation, staff and facilities to assure that all are of the highest quality. St. Joseph’s Senior Home does not discriminate against any person based on race, color, national origin, age or religion.
Love of God and serving our Neighbor in most need of spiritual, physical, or material help, especially children, youth, the poor, sick and elderly, is the mandate we try to exercise, and have others develop, to make this a better world to live in.
The order of the Little Servant Sisters of the Immaculate Conception, strives to preserves the individual holiness of its Members, and those entrusted to their care, by promulgating individual, group and human dignity, pride, hope and self determination of the diverse nationalities of the people in their charge. This is brought about through a wide range of charitable, humanitarian, educational activities and projects directly related to the religious affiliation, social enhancement, economic development, personal and group enrichment and cultural preservation, in accordance with the charisma of our Founder Father Edmund Bojanowski, and current needs of the church and society.
We will make available all means for the residents to participate in spiritual, recreational and civic activities to enable them to live out their lives in dignity and happiness.
St. Joseph's Senior Home
Assisted Living - Nursing Center
Assisted Living - Tel: (732) 634-0004 - Fax: (732) 634-4586 | Nursing Center - Tel: (732) 750-0077 - Fax: (732) 634-1811
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