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What is Memory Care for Seniors?

Caring for someone with Alzheimer's disease or dementia can be stressful. Because memory care diseases tend to be progressive, the job of caregiving for a loved one grows harder with each week—taking a toll on your time, energy and well-being. At some point, you may determine your loved one needs the around-the-clock care or specialized treatment options available in a long-term care community.

You Deserve Award-Winning Long-Term Care

Retirement is an exciting time, but to make the most of it, you want to make sure you have access to the health care you need, when you need it.

Discover the Benefits of Senior Living

After a long and fulfilling career, it’s great to look forward to a retirement that’s just as meaningful. Studies have shown that socially active adults tend to live longer and healthier lives, and one way to enjoy a fulfilling, socially active retirement is by joining a senior living community.

Embrace Lifelong Learning as an Older Adult

In retirement, the possibilities for learning are endless. You have the perfect combination of a flexible schedule on your terms along with many resources both on and off campus. It’s never too late to go back to school, take up a new hobby or learn another language.

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For Independent Living, call our Sales & Marketing Department at 703-404-5251; For Short-Term Rehab/Nursing/Assisted Living or Memory Care please call our Admissions Department at 703-404-5205; or fill out our contact us form.