New England Homes for the Deaf, founded in 1901, is a life plan community that offers a continuum of care to Deaf, Deafblind and hard of hearing seniors, including independent living, rest home, skilled nursing community, Deaf senior centers, short-term rehabilitation services, respite care services and hospice care.
The New England Homes for the Deaf mission is to provide long term healthcare, housing, recreational activities and social support for Deaf, Deafblind and hard of hearing individuals in an accessible, barrier-free and culturally-sensitive environment with optimal communication and architectural resources.
What we offer at NEHD:
Independent Living at The Thompson House
Short Term Rehabilitation
Respite Care Services
Skilled Nursing Community
In March of 2020, what started out as a quiet whisper soon became a freight train barreling toward all of us.
When news struck of the seriousness of COVID-19 (SARS-CoV-2), New England Homes for the Deaf went into immediate emergency mode. We listened; we learned; and we strategized to prepare ourselves and our residents for the complete change of life that awaited. We are enormously grateful to our staff for their dedication to excellent care, reflected by the highest grades in several government infection control surveys and zero positive cases since May.
New England Homes for the Deaf Earns Highest Rating on State COVID‐19 Assessment Non-Profit...
DANVERS, Mass. — New England Homes for the Deaf (NEHD) is one of 33 local nonprofits awarded a...