Navigator Elder Homes of New England was founded to promote a radical shift in the paradigm of traditional care of the elderly and those with dementia to a culture of care that is life affirming for each unique individual, regardless of age, physical or mental limitations or their ability to pay. Navigator was formed as the result of a group of women professionals with extensive healthcare experience who recognized the need for a better way of providing long term care. We are dedicated to developing a highly trained, compassionate staff who are well prepared to provide a real home to those in our care and who find deep meaning and satisfaction in their work. We are also committed to developing workforce housing when needed. We envision building new homes based on The Green House Project model and transforming legacy homes into environments that promote person-centered care as well as helping others to plan, build and manage these homes.
“Green Houses are nothing less than a revolution” –Wall Street Journal
Our mission is to enable elders to live the most meaningful life possible in our Navigator homes. We are passionate about fostering control, dignity, and a sense of well-being for elders, their families, caregivers and direct care staff.
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Navigator Elder homes, in addition to developing Green House Homes, is also an Elder /Senior Living management company. Operating skilled nursing homes, assisted living, supported assisted living and independent living homes are all key aspects to fulfill our mission. As seen on the map, several projects are underway on Cape Cod and on Martha’s Vineyard. Navigator Elder Homes forms joint venture partnerships with existing organizations engaged in housing, health care and long-term care to co-develop the expansion of Green House Project™, homes to accelerate the emerging desire in this country for innovation and greater options for small house living environments for elders and other populations.
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Baby boomers will no longer accept that living in skilled nursing care means spending life in a small room, a shared bath with a curtain between two people. Innovation in offering new residential communities which are age and dementia friendly is best demonstrated by the integration of Green House Homes (fully licensed as skilled nursing as needed ) mixed in with work-force housing supported housing and assisted living.