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fairfield homeCindi Bigelow, president and CEO of R.C. Bigelow, Inc. (of Bigelow Tea fame), reviews plans for the new campus of Jewish Senior Services (JSS) with JSS president and CEO, Andrew H. Banoff. The planned move to Park Avenue in Bridgeport – the site of the former Jewish Center for Community Services – will allow for the creation of Connecticut’s first ever household model nursing home and assisted living community. The new campus will also bring together all generations with full-time child care, a health club, swimming pool, salon, work activity center, outpatient rehabilitation, a full array of home care services, and a new home for Grasmere by the Sea Adult Day Services – which is supported by the Bigelow Tea Community Challenge.  “This is an exciting development for all of us who are committed to the best possible quality of care and service for our seniors, and we are excited to be a part of it all,” said Bigelow.

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