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At Kensington Park Senior Living, family connections— both biological and emotional—are easy to find. Pictured are, top row from left: Mary Mell, Kevin Mell, Karen Pecoraro, Patty Savage, Millie Savage, and Andrew Klansek. Bottom row from left: Geraldine Mell, Horace Mell, Albert Savage and Carson, the community and family pet.

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hat’s a family? It depends on who is defining the term. Family may refer to biological relatives, close friends or a combination of the two. Ultimately, a family is a group of people with deep connections and strong bonds—with ties that bind. At Kensington Park Senior Living, family connections— both biological and emotional—are easy to find. From the Executive Director’s parents who are proud to call the community home to a founding partner’s mother who found support following her husband’s death, the community is truly a family affair. But the family extends beyond traditional relationships. Residents quickly make friends who feel like family, and staff members treat each resident like a family member. Kensington Park is an independent living, assisted living and memory care residence located in the heart of Montgomery County, Maryland. The community offers continuity of care, allowing residents to easily transition from Independent Living to onsite Assisted Living and Memory Care as needs change. Spouses can receive the same or different levels of care according to their personal needs

and preferences. As a part of Kensington Senior Living, Kensington Park embraces the company’s mission to take the assisted living model to a higher level by developing environments that are comfortable, elegant and staffed by loving professionals. Kensington Senior Living currently operates three additional senior living communities, two in California and one in New York. The newest community is scheduled to open in January 2017 in Falls Church, Va., and will offer assisted living and memory care in the vibrant downtown neighborhood. Founding Partner Steve Lampa will assume the role of Executive Director at the new community. He is currently building an exceptional team to deliver best-in-class care and services to the new residents and family members. “Both of my parents were so happy at Kensington Park,” recalled Lampa. “Just two months after moving, my mom told me that she wished she had moved earlier because she had made a lot of friends and was having such a good time.” After struggling with health issues and becoming largely confined to their longtime Chicago home, Steve’s parents moved to Maryland to become part of the Kensington

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Park community. When his father passed away, his mother received much-needed support and empathy. “The staff and the other residents were so supportive of her when dad passed. It was so much better than it would have been if they were still alone in Chicago,” Steve said. “‘We promise to love and care for your family as we do our own’ is not just a slogan; it is really true,” explained Kevin Mell, son of community residents, Horace and Geraldine Mell, and brother to the Executive Director Mary Mell. “You can see that in the fact that we have chosen to have our own family here.” Horace and Geraldine Mell have been residents of Kensington Park for nearly two years now. Horace worked for the power company until he retired, and Geraldine was a crossing guard. The couple raised five children: Kevin, Patty, Karen, Mary and Theresa. When it became clear that Geraldine needed more care because of her declining memory, the Mells moved to Kensington Park at the urging of all their children, including Executive Director Mary Mell. As Geraldine’s care needs continued to increase, the couple decided to transition into Memory Care together. Horace now lives in the Memory Care neighborhood with his wife, even though he doesn’t need that level of care. “A lot of communities do not allow for the mixed levels of care that our parents are receiving,” Kevin explained. “It is so nice for them because it helps dad feel closer to mom and know he is supporting her.” Two of Horace and Geraldine’s other daughters, Patty Savage and Karen Pecoraro, are very active as volunteers at the community. For the Mell family, the larger Kensington Park family is an essential part of every day, and they are committed to helping the family grow and prosper. It’s no surprise that when Patty’s in-laws started to need more care, she directed them to Kensington Park. Albert and Millie Savage moved to the community from the home they had retired to in Williamsburg, Va. “They knew all about the community, and what a nice place it was, and of course, they knew my sister. It has been so nice to have them here where we can all take care of each other,” said Patty. “I’ve been here about two months, and I’ve adjusted very well,” added Millie. “I met about ten people the first week I was here. Everybody is so nice, and the staff couldn’t be friendlier.” Millie worked in accounting for twenty years, and Albert was a banker with First Virginia. The couple has eight grandchildren and two great grandchildren. Millie lives in Kensington Park’s Independent Living complex, while her husband gets the care he needs in the Memory Care neighborhood. “I get involved,” said Millie. “For me, each day just gets better and better.” Millie plays bocce ball frequently with her fellow residents. She also visits her husband in the Memory Care neighborhood every day. A regular participant in a variety of additional daily activities, Millie reports that there are so many things to do she simply does not have enough time to do them all.

Founding Partner Steve Lampa helped his parents relocate from Chicago to Kensington Park, and they benefitted greatly from the family atmosphere at the community. He is pictured here in front of the new Falls Church location. One thing that Millie always makes time for is dining with her friends. “I eat dinner with the same people every night, and we are always the last table to leave the dining room. We are talking and laughing and having a great time,” she said. In addition to a slate of regular activities and delicious dining options, residents and staff are also treated to frequent special events. From the daily cocktail hours in each community to the large holiday parties, Kensington Park knows how to celebrate. Whether it is the Fourth of July or Thanksgiving, residents are sure to enjoy a delicious meal and exciting entertainment. A graduate of the Culinary Institute, Morissa Harris is now the Director of Dining Services at Kensington Park, and she ensures that each event features a delicious menu of seasonal favorites. “I’ve heard these events compared to White House events,” Patty said. “They really are fantastic; we can’t overstate how nice they are,” added Kevin. While the special events are memorable, it is the daily connections that really make Kensington Park special. Having experienced the community from the perspective of an administrator and a family member, Mary knows better than most people just how unique it is. “Being a family member and seeing that other side of things—separate from being the executive director—has been a beautiful thing,” Mary said. “The staff treats all the residents so wonderfully. This has been really eye opening to see just how amazing everyone who works here is. That’s why I see them as my family too.” Mary’s siblings echoed her sentiments. Kensington Park is not just run by a family; it is a family. And the residents agree. “The other day, I was bringing my in laws back into the community, and one of the residents who is friends with my dad stopped to introduce me to his daughter,” Patty recalled. “After he told her my name, he said, ‘This is my other family.’” A family has connections. A family celebrates milestones and weathers storms. A family grows up and grows old— together. The residents and staff at Kensington Senior Living are a true family—and they are all in.

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oving can be difficult. But like most things, it gets easier with practice. And if practice makes perfect, then Joan Johnson and Sue and John Mouser are nearing the expert level. All residents at The Woodlands Retirement Community in Fairfax, Va., Johnson and the Mousers have moved multiple times in their lives—from single family homes to condos and now to the retirement community they call home. The Woodlands offers independent living in an environment reminiscent of a five-star luxury resort, complete with beautiful grounds and endless activities. As part of the continuing care options offered by the Bainum family, The Woodlands provides independent living residents with priority access to higher levels of care at nearby sister properties. Residents at The Woodlands can transition to The Gardens if they require assisted living and/or to Fairfax Rehabilitation and Nursing Center if they need to recover from an illness or injury or require more advanced long-term care. Joan Johnson has always lived in Virginia, but she has moved nearly a dozen times. “We lived in eleven different houses, apartments and condos. Instead of remodeling, we moved,” she recalled. Now a resident at The Woodlands, Joan found the transition to a retirement community both easy and rewarding. Joan moved to The Woodlands with her husband, Julian, seven years ago. Julian has since passed away, and Joan was enormously grateful to have the move behind her and to enjoy the support of her new friends and neighbors during that difficult time. Joan and Julian looked at several retirement communities before selecting The Woodlands, largely based on the Bainum family’s reputation and the small size. “My husband had been an accountant for Fairfax Nursing Home, and he knew that if the Bainum’s were running this community it was not going to fall through,” Joan recalled. “I loved the size of the community, which is not too large, but it is large enough to have plenty of activities and options.” While moving was not particularly challenging for her, Joan advises prospective residents to focus on all that they gain when they leave a longtime home. “As long as you have your stuff that is meaningful, you are home. I never had that allegiance to a house, but even if you do, be positive and this is a great lifestyle.” Much like Joan, Sue and John Mouser had lots of practice with moving. They transitioned to The Woodlands three years ago after carefully reviewing several local retirement living options. “We had thought about moving to The Woodlands years before, when it was in the planning stages,” Sue recalled.

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Joan Johnson has moved nearly a dozen times in her life, but her move to The Woodlands has been the most rewarding.

“Years later when we came out to visit and there was a twobedroom apartment open, that was it.” While their decision to move happened quickly, Sue and John’s love story developed much more gradually. The couple met in Sunday school when they were just 10 years old. They dated in high school but parted ways when they attended different colleges. However, after a year at MIT, John transferred to Principia College near St. Louis, where Sue was a student. “He started asking me out again,” Sue remembered. “I was carrying a very heavy course load and didn’t have time to date. I told him that he needed to meet my freshman roommate, and he agreed.” John later married Sue’s roommate, Kathy. The couple had two children and lived in New York for decades while John worked for IBM. After his retirement, they moved to Oakton, Va., to be near their daughter. Unfortunately, shortly after they moved, Kathy passed away. Meanwhile, Sue graduated, received a Fulbright scholarship and moved to France to teach. While living abroad, she studied voice to become a professional singer. Eventually, Sue relocated to Germany and became a full time opera singer. “I was in Germany for the better part of a decade singing some of the biggest and best roles in the world, and I had a great time,” Sue said. Over the years, Sue and Kathy remained friends. “Sue gave our son his first haircut,” John recalled. Sue added, “The whole time it was a really close relationship.” Sue’s mother and Kathy passed away within months of each other, and John and Sue were able to support each other during the grieving period. They again developed a relationship and were married in 2001. The new couple settled in Oakton in a single family home.

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However, the stairs in the house became a problem for Sue. After six years in their home, John and Sue relocated to a condo in Fairfax. As Sue’s joint problems progressed, they knew they needed to find a more accessible living arrangement. Sue also needed a pool for her physical therapy. That’s when the Mousers decided to look at The Woodlands again. “We looked at some other retirement communities too, but they are mostly very large, and I was totally turned off by that,” Sue said. Now settled in at the Woodlands, the Mousers are pleased with their new lifestyle. John plays golf regularly on nearby courses and participates in several senior groups. Sue does water walking in the pool frequently and enjoys organizing musical programs for her fellow residents. “We are friends with almost everybody here,” Sue said. “This is such a friendly, warm community. The people here are well traveled, well educated and intelligent.” A self-proclaimed “gypsy,” Sue has moved many times in her life—including her recent moves with John—but the move to The Woodlands has been the most fulfilling. “Because of my career, I didn’t have what a lot of people have—the 40 or 50 years in the same home—but I think even people who have been in the same place for so long can benefit from planning ahead,” Sue concluded. “It’s just too hard to

After downsizing to a condo, Sue and John Mouser transitioned to The Woodlands, where they enjoy an active lifestyle in an accessible environment.

move and downsize if you wait until you are in failing health. Don’t wait and lose your chance to move where you want to.” For Joan Johnson and Sue and John Mouser moving was easy. It was not just their extensive experience with moving that made the transition simple though; it was the lifestyle they were moving to. At The Woodlands, residents enjoy an array of activities with a wide array of friends. They do not just move to a new community, they move on—to a new way of living.

Right Size, Right Place

Enjoy the Big Benefits of a Small Community The Woodlands fits your retirement perfectly. You actually get to know your neighbors here. You’re pampered with personal attention. And because we’re family-owned, you can always walk your ideas directly to our management. Your apartment home, however, is uncommonly large—as is our list of amenities. We’re brimming with all the perks you deserve, from our movie theater and heated pool to fabulous dining. Our convenient Fairfax location keeps you close to everything else. Stop by and try The Woodlands on for size. Call 703.667.9801 to arrange your visit.

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DC’s only DeDiCateD memory Care Community

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Top quality memory care with the comforts of home As the District’s only dedicated Alzheimer’s and dementia care community, Forest Side offers memory care services and support for family members in a serene, home-like setting. Our residence has four “neighborhoods,” with nine or fewer residents in each, that help create a personalized and familial atmosphere. Resident Life Enrichment programs provide a variety of daily activities and services that allow residents to be as active and engaged as they wish. Should our residents ever need it, we can provide a full continuum of care. For the 5th consecutive year, Forest Side Memory Care has achieved a perfect deficiency-free rating from the District of Columbia.

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feature brand new apartment homes, 24-hour emergency maintenance, full activities programs, spacious floor plans, affordable rents, caring and dedicated staff and much more. We are conveniently located near shopping including grocery stores and pharmacies. Let us help you live life to the fullest. The years to come can be the most exciting of your life. At one of our

If you are 62 years of age or older*, the value and peace of mind of retirement living can now be yours at one of these fine communities:

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Covenant Village 18889 Waring Station Road

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Emerson House 5999 Emerson Street

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communities you can enjoy an active, outgoing lifestyle

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n experienced senior living provider, with luxurious communities in Michigan and North Carolina, SINGH is expanding the Waltonwood brand in new markets and is excited to introduce Waltonwood to Ashburn. Waltonwood Ashburn will provide carefree retirement living to seniors who want social opportunities, luxury amenities, and personal care services when needed. With a great location and warm, caring staff, you’ll feel right at home as soon as you step foot inside. An interest list is now forming. Call or stop by our on-site Information Center and learn more today.

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A SHBURN 44141 Russell Branch Parkway | Ashburn, VA 20147 The Information Center is located on Russell Branch Pkwy., near the intersection of Ashburn Village Blvd. and Russell Branch Pkwy., southwest of Ashbrook Commons shopping center.

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You’ll find senior living with everything you could ever need. Diverse and fascinating people, DC excitement, stimulating activities, peace of mind— and that’s just for starters. Here, in downtown’s only senior living community offering all levels of care, you can enjoy everything from a rooftop pool to weekly happy hours to discussions of world affairs. Plus first-class services, and no entrance fee. Throw in amazing views and you have senior living for your whole life. Only in the Circle.

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creekside is the talk of the town!

Artist Rendering. Projected opening in 2019/2020 the premier continuing care retirement community for people 62 and better in washington, dc.

We’d love to introduce you to Creekside, Ingleside at Rock Creek’s upcoming addition! creekside combines graceful, classic architecture; open, elegant floor plans; and exceptional services and amenities with an active, engaging lifestyle— plus the added security of a full continuum of quality on-site health services.

We are taking charter club deposits — be among the first to select your choice of apartment style & location!

call 202-407-9673 today for a personalized tour!

An Ingleside Community

Ingleside at Rock Creek is a CARF accredited, not-for-profit, continuing care retirement community.

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Life in Perfect Harmony Lifestyle360 is the Five Star Senior Living approach to life. See how our Lifestyle360 program brings The Five Dimensions of Wellness into perfect harmony.

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HEARTLANDS AT SEVERNA PARK 715 Benfield Road • Severna Park, MD • 410-729-1600 Assisted Living • Alzheimer’s/Memory Care • On-site Rehab SOMERFORD PLACE 2717 Riva Road • Annapolis, MD • 410-224-7300 Alzheimer’s/Memory Care • On-site Rehab SOMERFORD PLACE 8220 Snowden River Pkwy • Columbia, MD • 410-313-9744 Alzheimer’s/Memory Care • On-site Rehab Outpatient Rehab SOMERFORD HOUSE AND SOMERFORD PLACE 2100 Whittier Drive • Frederick, MD • 301-668-3930 Assisted Living • Alzheimer’s/Memory Care On-site Rehab • Outpatient Rehab SOMERFORD HOUSE AND SOMERFORD PLACE 10116 Sharpsburg Pike • Hagerstown, MD • 301-791-9221 Assisted Living • Alzheimer’s/Memory Care On-site Rehab • Outpatient Rehab

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An economist explains addition.

Bruce MacLaury has first-hand knowledge of Ingleside, its history and its remarkable growth. “I was privileged to serve on the Ingleside Board when Ingleside was built 7 years ago. So I know that high standards of performance and quality service are essential priorities within the organization. Now with the Gardenside addition, Ingleside at King Farm is expanding its amenities for current residents while anticipating the lifestyle needs of future generations.” Gardenside represents even more choices for discerning people 62 years of age or better who are looking for an exceptional, independent lifestyle with upscale offerings and the security of five-star rated onsite health services.

Artist’s rendering. Projected opening date 2019/2020 After a career in the Federal Reserve and the US Treasury, Bruce MacLaury was asked to head the Brookings Institution, in Washington, DC. He served as its president for eighteen years. It was during this time that he began serving on the Ingleside Board, a position that enabled him to help shape the growth of the organization. He and his wife, Ginny, are now themselves enjoying life at Ingleside at King Farm. Ingleside at King Farm is a CARF accredited, not-for-profit, continuing care retirement community.

Reservations now being accepted for Gardenside! Don’t miss your opportunity to take advantage of priority choice locations.

For more information call 240-398-3823

701 King Farm Blvd. • Rockville, MD www.inglesidekingfarm.org

Ingleside at King Farm is expanding with the proposed building of 125 new independent living apartments, 32 private assisted living memory support suites, and a Center for Healthy Living subject to approval by the Maryland Department of Aging.


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Welcome to Goodwin House. Welcome to Choice.

As you seek ways to enjoy your retirement and plan for potential longterm care needs, we invite you to consider Goodwin House. We’ve been enriching the lives of older adults in Northern Virginia since 1967, with options designed to help you maintain your independence and lifestyle in the home of your choice. Our continuing care retirement communities, Goodwin House Alexandria & Goodwin House Bailey’s Crossroads, offer modern amenities and updated apartment homes. Should you prefer to stay in your own home, Goodwin House at Home is our new, innovative program that offers similar financial protection as well as a personal resource manager to help coordinate home maintenance and long-term care when needed. Let us help you explore your options. Call today or join us at an upcoming event.

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Chesterbrook Residences has served seniors with respect and dignity since 2007. From the fully independent resident to an individual seeking more assistance and support, our care and lifestyle choices are designed with you in mind. Call today to learn more about our vibrant and exciting community!

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We’ve got you covered for Memory Care, Nursing & Rehabilitation.

HCR ManorCare offers a unique range of care in the DC Metro area under the ManorCare, Heartland and Arden Courts names. By pooling our resources and expertise, we are able to provide carefully coordinated, individualized care options that maximize health, comfort, independence and dignity for our patients, residents and their families.

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We’ve got you covered for Memory Care, Nursing & Rehabilitation. Post-Acute Services HCR ManorCare’s skilled nursing and rehabilitation centers offer post-acute services for those transitioning from hospital to home. Our ManorCare and Heartland facilities offer specialized quality comprehensive skilled nursing care that helps shorten or eliminate hospital stays, laying the groundwork for a successful return home. Some of these services include: comprehensive skilled nursing care, high-intensity rehabilitation, cardiac recovery, skin and complex wound care, oncology care, head injury and joint replacement recovery. Memory Care Arden Courts is a memory care community which is 100% dedicated to caring for persons living with Alzheimer’s disease and other related dementias. We’ve considered every aspect of care, including design, staffing and activities, to offer a safe and supportive environment all to help maximize our resident’s sense of independence and self-esteem. Our structured, success-oriented programming, which is ongoing ten hours every day, is tailored for all levels of dementia and utilizes life skills and interests to create an engaging, social environment for our residents. At Arden Courts, we know, we understand, we can help. Because memory care is all we do. Hospice Services Heartland Hospice Services are designed to offer support, care and comfort to terminally ill patients. Provided at home, within an assisted living or skilled nursing center our hospice program includes comfort care, pain management, counseling and education for the patient and family, as well as pastoral support.

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Call today to schedule a personal visit:

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ManorCare Health Services Adelphi, 1801 Metzerott Road, Adelphi, MD 20783 .................................. 301.434.0500 Alexandria, 1510 Collingwood Road, Alexandria, VA 22308..................... 703.765.6107 Arlington, 550 S Carlin Springs Road, Arlington, VA 22204 ...................... 703.379.7200 Bethesda, 6530 Democracy Blvd, Bethesda, MD 20817 ............................ 301.530.9000 Chevy Chase, 8700 Jones Mill Road, Chevy Chase, MD 20815................. 301.657.8686 Fair Oaks, 12475 Lee Jackson Mem. Hwy, Fairfax, VA 22033................... 703.352.7172 Hyattsville, 600 Largo Road, Largo, MD 20774 .......................................... 301.559.0300 Largo, 600 Largo Road, Largo, MD 20774 ................................................ 301.350.5555 Potomac, 10714 Potomac Tennis Lane, Potomac, MD 20854 ................... 301.299.2273 Silver Spring, 2501 Musgrove Road, Silver Spring, MD 20904................... 301.890.5552 Wheaton, 11901 Georgia Avenue, Wheaton, MD 20502 ......................... 301.942.2500

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Welcome to Ashleigh at Lansdowne, soon to be one of the area’s premier retirement communities. Here, you’ll experience what so many retirees have for more than 30 years: a highly personal kind of care delivered by people who will come to

Call 703.729.4870 for more information, and to schedule an appointment.

feel like family. • Picturesque setting next to The Golf Club at Lansdowne • Studio, one-bedroom and two-bedroom apartments • Independent living, assisted living and memory care • Quality 24-hour care focused on personal attention

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Another Reason To Fall In Love With Westminster At Lake Ridge Our recent CARF-CCAC accreditation is a prestigious industry recognition and the newest reason to fall in love with Westminster at Lake Ridge. CARF-CCAC accreditation, the highest recognition a Continuing Care Retirement Community can receive, indicates that Westminster at Lake Ridge meets internationally recognized standards and principles. Earning this honor by way of a rigorous peer review process, demonstrates our commitment to resident satisfaction and excellent service. Visit our community to see for yourself!

We are extremely proud to share that Westminster at Lake Ridge is accredited by CARF-CCAC (Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities and Continuing Care Accreditation Commission)

Residents since 2015 Within a 62 acre campus, spacious residences and inviting common areas, you’ll discover a fulfilling and engaged life—plus the peace of mind that comes with maintenance-free living and a full continuum of extraordinary health services.

Now accepting wait list deposits. Call 703.496.5156 or visit us today! Westminster at Lake Ridge is a CARF accredited, notfor-profit, continuing care retirement community.

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Having a floor plan and the important measurements will help in figuring out which large items you will be able to bring.

strategy. You might mark off “D-Day” (for decision made) and “M-Day” (for moving), then mark (in pencil!) the day the necessary steps will be made. Decide on tentative dates for any sales you might have and make deadlines for other necessary tasks. Assign various responsibilities to family members. When estimating the time needed for big jobs, take a general tip from freelancers and independent contractors: figure out the time you think you will need, and then multiply it by at least two!

Allow yourself enough time to ensure you have brought everything you want before the contents of your previous home are taken away. You do not want to regret having given away too much too soon, or to have important things lost in the shuffle. Some excerpts from this article used from Moving On: A Practical Guide to Downsizing the Family Home by Linda Hetzer and Janet Hulstrand (Stewart, Tabori & Chang).

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Step One: Preparing to sell or buy It is important that homeowners select a real estate agent who can meet their distinctive needs. The emergence of specialized real estate designations has made the process of choosing an agent easier. Senior Real Estate Specialists (SRES) are licensed Realtors who have received the SRES designation through the national Senior Advantage Real Estate Council. Senior Housing Specialist (SHS) Realtors have also met specific guidelines outlined by the Real Estate Certification Program (RECP). Both of these designations signal to consumers that agents have completed specialized training courses and are qualified to meet the unique needs of their clients throughout the home buying and/or selling process. After finding a qualified agent, homeowners are ready to begin the process of preparing to sell their home. A qualified agent’s comprehensive assessment of the condition and marketability of the home can decrease selling time and increase

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more than how they liked the person. The attorney may have been a likeable person, but you should be more interested in how the case turned out. Once you have found an attorney that you are considering hiring, carefully and fully explain your legal problem so the attorney can provide an accurate estimate of the time that will be necessary to solve your problem. You will also want to inquire about the attorney’s certifications and memberships with professional organizations. Finally, be sure that you are clear on the specific costs. The questions below will help you to get the information you need before making a final decision: n What will it take to resolve this issue? n How long has the attorney been practicing?

What percentage of the attorney’s practice is devoted to this area of law? n How much experience does the attorney have with cases like yours? n How much elder law training has the attorney had, and from what organizations? n If a trial will be involved, does he/she do trial work? n Is your attorney a member of the local bar association? The National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys? n Is your attorney certified by the National Elder Law Foundation? n What additional out-of-pocket expenses will be incurred? n What is the estimate of the cost involved to resolve your problem? n

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2. A durable health care power of attorney naming an agent (and an alternate agent) responsible for medical decisionmaking 3. A living will or other advance directive giving instructions concerning the type of care one wishes to receive (or avoid) in the event of a terminal illness, and 4. A durable financial power of attorney naming an agent (and an alternate) responsible for asset and financial management if one is unable to do such things for oneself. Estate planning may also include the creation of trusts. Estate planning is an opportunity to make wishes known and to determine what person(s) will be responsible for carrying out those directives. You are

able to state your preferences concerning the type of care you receive, what types of medical care you do not wish to receive and can authorize someone to act as your agent in carrying out those wishes. Should you fail to do such planning, then there may be confusion as to what your wishes might have been and who you would have preferred to act as your decision-maker. In fact, without such information, your wishes may never be known. If you do not leave a Last Will and Testament, your assets will be distributed according to the laws of intestate succession in your state. There are laws in each state governing the rights of surviving spouses, heirs and next of kin in the absence of a Last Will and Testament. Continued on page 42

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Probate Probate laws, practices and costs vary from state to state. A qualified Elder Law attorney will be able to advise you as to the probate laws, practices and costs in your state. What You Need To Know In preparing an estate plan, it is essential that all of your assets are considered. You should do a complete inventory of all that you own before contacting your estate planner. Your estate consists not only of your

home, your car and your bank accounts. Your estate also includes the value of life insurance policies, investments that you may own (including those held in joint tenancy with other persons), your IRAs and other retirement accounts, and any other assets over which you can exercise control. It is extremely helpful for you to have a centralized and secured record of all of your financial accounts; insurance policies; credit, debit or loan accounts; safe deposit box; and account IDs and passwords. You will need to make decisions about what to include in your estate plan. First,

you should determine who will inherit your property upon your death. You must also be certain that your spouse or heirs are capable of managing financial affairs. If capacity or vulnerability is an issue, you may want to name a trustee to handle financial affairs for him or her. You have to designate an Executor or Personal Representative to administer your estate. An alternate Executor or Personal Representative should also be appointed. Special arrangements may be needed if there are particular family issues, such as a second marriage by either spouse. You will also need to list any specific gifts you want to make to family or non-family

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The Role of the Elder Law Attorney Elder Law attorneys who specialize in estate planning are trained and experienced with wills, trusts, powers of attorney, advance directives or living wills, and the intricacies of estate and inheritance taxes. They may recommend accounting services, financial planners or insurance purchases, but they do not earn their fees by selling such products. As a result, you are more likely to get thorough and unbiased advice from a qualified Elder Law attorney. Many Elder Law attorneys have developed special expertise in estate and disability planning and have obtained the specialized knowledge and experience to provide clients with a complete plan for caring for yourself or a loved one, transferring assets, and carrying out all of a clients’ wishes. In addition, Elder Law attorneys are sensitive to the special needs of elderly clients and their families. Be certain to assure yourself that the attorney you choose has such experience and training. Attorneys will ask clients for a great deal

of information and will request original documents such as deeds, account statements and insurance policies. It is the attorney’s role to assure that all of the elements of the estate plan are properly handled and reviewing names on titles, beneficiary designations and other similar information is part of thorough planning. All of the information provided to an attorney is, of course, confidential and may not be disclosed to others without your permission. The National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys (NAELA), founded in 1987, is a national association of Elder Law Attorneys devoted to the education and training of attorneys who can meet the needs of seniors and people with disabilities, and who advocate for the needs of such individuals. The content of this article was originally published in a NAELA brochure and is being reprinted with permission. For more information, please visit, www.NAELA.org. To Find an Attorney, visit www.NAELA. org/findlawyer.

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quality care and an optimal life for those they love through: • Assessment and monitoring • Planning and problem-solving • Education and advocacy • Family caregiver coaching • Long-distance caregiving Aging Life Care Professionals are engaged to assist in a variety of areas, such as: • Housing – helping families evaluate and select the appropriate level of housing or residential options. • Home care services – determining the types of services that are right for a client and assisting the family to engage and monitor those services. What Services do Aging Life • Medical management – attending Care Professionals Provide? doctor appointments, facilitating comAging Life Care Professionals™ pro- munication between doctor, client and Continued on page 47 vide guidance to help families ensure independence is encouraged, while safety and security concerns are also addressed. Aging Life Care Professionals have extensive knowledge about the costs, quality and availability of resources in their communities. Aging Life Care Professionals are members of the Aging Life Care Association™ (ALCA) and differ from Patient Advocates, Senior Advisors, Senior Navigators and Elder Advocates. ALCA members must meet the stringent education, experience and certification requirements of the organization, and all members are required to adhere to a strict code of ethics and standards of practice.

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STANDARDS OF PRACTICE AND CODE OF ETHICS The Aging Life Care Association (ALCA) developed the standards of practice and code of ethics to guide Aging Life Care Professionals in their daily professional and business practices. Additional information, as well as the full code, is available on ALCA’s website: aginglifecare.org.

THE CODE OF ETHICS PROVIDES:

Accountability to our Clients ALCA members recognize diversity in our society and embrace a multi-cultural approach to support the worth, dignity, potential and uniqueness of each client. The Code of Ethics acknowledges the vulnerable population we serve and makes explicit the highest standards of practice. Accountability to the Public The Code of Ethics sets a national standard for the professional practice of Aging Life Care™. It defines for the public the ethical responsibilities expected of ALCA’s members and the organization’s role in maintaining the highest standards of practice and promotion of ethical behavior.

Education of Aging Life Care Professionals ALCA recognizes the diversity of the experience and education of its members and the needs of members for guidance in both their professional and business roles, and thus the Code of Ethics was developed to guide members in each of these roles. It states the core values and principles to current and future members, to the public, and to allied professionals. All members of ALCA are expected to understand and behave in a manner that is consistent with the provisions of the Code of Ethics.

A Framework for Analyzing & Resolving Ethical Dilemmas The Code of Ethics offers a framework for ethical decision-making when conflicts arise in either the practice or the business of Aging Life Care. It assists Aging Life Care Professionals in examining the ethical issues present in all aspects of their work by identifying what principles need to be considered and how to prioritize them when it is necessary to make a choice. It asks Aging Life Care Professionals to be aware of their own biases as they seek to resolve ethical dilemmas. Assistance in Reviewing Complaints In ALCA’s Peer Review Process the Code of Ethics and Standards of Practice serve as the basis for assessing and resolving ethical or business practice complaints against members in their practice of Aging Life Care. THE CODE: ETHICAL PRINCIPLES AND STANDARDS OF PRACTICE SUPPORTING THESE PRINCIPLES Integrity An Aging Life Care Professional is honest, diligent, and accountable in the provision of service. An Aging Life Care

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lder adults frequently become overwhelmed with the amount of medical statements and other mail they accumulate in a short time. Insurance and medical bills are often confusing — or even contradictory. Daily Money Managers (DMMs) can help manage these concerns by monitoring their client’s accounts and outstanding bills, while also protecting against identity theft. What is Daily Money Management? Daily Money Management is a service that addresses an issue facing many senior citizens: handling paperwork that seems to expand endlessly. Daily Money Managers provide personal financial assistance to seniors, usually in the client’s home, while simultaneously safeguarding the valuable identity they’ve worked a lifetime to establish. What services does a Daily Money Manager offer? They offer an array of services, which

include balancing checkbooks, writing checks to pay bills, and keeping accurate records of all checks written and all deposits made. This kind of record keeping provides peace of mind for the client and, in some cases, for their family. DMM services also provide value in monitoring medical bills, ensuring that Medicare and other health insurance providers have paid their share before the client pays any balance due. Another important component of one’s financial health is identity protection. Several firms offer identity theft protection, fraud protection and other security-related services for seniors. “Seniors have a lot to lose, and often don’t have the background or tools to recognize or spot fraudulent activity quickly enough,” said David Poulos, Chief Marketing Officer of Senior Guardian Services based in Baltimore. “We can give seniors peace of mind by paying their routine invoices for them, reviewing bank statements, reviewing marketing offers and other incoming mail, and protecting them from being exploited.” Additionally, DMMs can help with in-

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Hiring a Daily Money Manager - Questions to Ask • How long have you been working as a daily money manager? • What percentage of your clients are elderly? • Do you do only bookkeeping or do you offer other services? If so, what services? • What are the ways in which you have assisted your clients? • What kinds of professional insurance do you have? • To what professional organizations do you belong? • Are there industry standards and a code of ethics to which you adhere? • Do you have any professional certification or designation? • Are you certified as a Professional Daily Money Manager

(PDMM)? • With what professionals in other fields do you collaborate regarding your clients’ issues? • Are you willing to involve another person in your work, such as a lawyer, accountant or family member? • What are the costs of your services and what are the common billing methods? • Do you charge hourly or by the project? • Do you charge for travel? • Do you require payment at the time of service or do you bill? If billing, how often do you bill? • With which local organizations are you affiliated? • Can you provide a reference list?

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e hear about “health” all the time. Television, radio, magazine articles, even friends and family have no shortage of tips and advice on how to get healthy. If one were to follow all that advice, then they would be hopping from one fad diet to another, cutting out carbs, sugar and gluten and running from gym to gym wearing nothing but the highest end sport shoes. So what is the safest, most effective way to improve your health? The answer varies by the person; for example, an 85-year-old man will have different needs than a 25-year-old woman. But there are some general points that are applicable across all patients. First, define what “health” means for you. Do you want to reduce or hopefully end your need for blood pressure medications? Do you want to be able to fit into smaller sized jeans? Do you want to keep up with your grandkids or run that 10K? Or do you simply want to feel better and hopefully live longer? After my patient has defined their goal, I usually spend some time obtaining objective data. Height and weight, blood pressure, heart rate, cholesterol level, sugar level and a detailed medical history are just a few of the data points that physicians use to risk stratify their

patients. Occasionally, if a patient’s numbers are very abnormal, they may need intervention (medications, cardiac clearance, etc.) prior to starting exercise. Second, getting healthier takes a planned approach that involves at least one lifestyle change. I usually advise my patients to prepare for a lifestyle change like they are preparing to go into battle. Formulate a game plan, gather your resources and have a start date. Tell your friends, family and coworkers about your plan, so they can keep you honest and motivated. Ideally, find someone to join you — helping someone else is a fantastic way to help yourself. Thirdly, exercise is essential. People may say that if you simply change the way you eat, you will lose weight. But not only will exercise jumpstart that weight loss, it also will help keep the weight off. I advise my patients to get a calendar, and each Sunday, circle the five days of the week when they will work out. They should also weigh themselves each morning and write that number on the corresponding date. One basic rule of exercise: do an activity that makes you sweat and do it for at least 20 to 30 minutes. Finally, health cannot be achieved without proper nutrition. We need the appropriate fuel to think clearly and function at peak level. One of the worst things that we can do is to skip breakfast. When people skip breakfast, the

body has to get its fuel from muscle and not from fat. Six small meals a day maximize your metabolism. I advise patients to eat a fruit or vegetable with every meal. Ultimately, getting healthier is a journey. This journey takes commitment, but you do not have to take it alone. Talk to your doctor. They will provide plenty of practical, personalized advice on getting healthier. By working with your primary care physician, you can reach your goal safely and effectively. Dr. Vivek Sinha is the chief medical officer at Belleview Medical Partners.

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or every individual in a nursing home, there are three more people equally fragile and infirm living at home, according to the American Academy of Home Care Physicians (AAHCP). Physicians and medical groups specializing in house calls have become increasingly available to such patients. If you are unable to visit your own physician, house call physicians who come to your home can provide consultations to your doctor or serve as your private doctor. Because of changes in medical technology, a physician can come to your home with portable medical equipment and provide high-quality medical care. When it comes to finding a potential house call physician, Alan Dappen, MD with doctalker, recommends two methods - research and referrals. “The AAHCP is the largest house call organization in the country, and its website lists physicians in the academy by state and locality,” he says. “There are also hundreds of organizations that provide services to the elderly and many of them know physicians in the area that can do house calls.” Though there is a greater need for these physicians as more individuals prefer to age in place, Dappen says the options are

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unfortunately limited in the Fairfax, Va., area. He and the medical team of doctalker have formed a transitional medical business model by emphasizing the doctor/patient relationship and making themselves available by phone 24/7 and performing house calls as requested. “More than 50 percent of the time, I can get you what you need immediately by phone,” says Dappen. “We’re creating a model where the doctor has the best information and can look things up instantly, whether it is a doctor you can consult, a lab you’d want to use, or the side effects of a drug.”

• Do you have a medical director and, if so, is the medical director present every day? • Are you Board-certified? “One of the easiest and most useful measurements of a physician is whether they are Board-certified,” says Dappen. “That way, you know they’re keeping up with their education and taking an exam every several years to remain certified.” If the physician answers "no" to any of these questions, however, you should consider calling your local Area Agency on Aging before letting the physician into your home.

Finding the Best Physician A higher quality of medical care results from good physicians who are well-supervised. With the following information, you can evaluate physicians specializing in house calls, so that you will be able to get the best physician possible to visit your home. To protect yourself and your family, it is vital to learn how to recognize poorlysupervised medical groups. The following questions are important to ask any physician offering to come to your home: • Is the physician who owns your medical group present every day at the local facility?

The AAHCP provides a list of its members and medical groups providing home care physician services as a public service. The listing is intended for informational purposes only. The AAHCP does not check the compliance of its members with licensing, billing or other regulatory requirements. It cannot attest to the qualifications and billing practices of individual physicians. Therefore, users should obtain information about licensure, qualifications and billing from the physicians and groups themselves. Portions of this Article by Eric Baron, MD Reprinted with the Permission of the AAHCP http://www.aahcp.org/.

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Elder Law attorneys can handle all the legal needs of seniors and their families. Some Elder Law attorneys also act as a variety of agent-types, just like family members of clients. They can serve as Guardians, Conservators, POAs, and Trustees (hereafter simply known as “agents”). Sometimes the client’s family members are available to serve as agents, and do a great job. There are plenty of happily ever afters out there. Other times, though, there are no suitable family members available, either because there actually are none, or because they aren’t “suitable.” “Un-suitable” can result in a wide variety of scenarios, some of which are sadly comparable to either dark comedies or horror stories. Enter the Aging Life Care Manager also known as Care Managers or Geriatric Care Managers (GCMs). Aging Life Care Man-

agers are professional guides and advocates for families who are caring for older relatives or disabled adults. On the national level, these professionals are represented by the Aging Life Care Association.

stance, a Care Manager may be needed if there is an illness or disability that leaves an individual unable to manage his or her own care. Many people realize that their “agentfamily-member-in-charge:” a) likely has a job and a family of their own, and b) doesn’t Elder Law Attorneys Hiring Care happen to be an expert on elder care. Managers One common joint effort between Care The Client-Centric Approach Managers and Elder Law attorneys occurs Whether through planning documents when the Elder Law attorney is the agent to arm the client with tools like Care Manfor an individual client. The attorney agent agement Experts, or by hiring one themhires and directs the Care Manager to as- selves in their capacity as an agent, Elder sess the client and come up with a care plan. Law attorneys can literally save the day. The Aging Life Care Association has a cavPlanning Ahead for Care alry of Care Managers ready to make that Management Needs happen. A growing trend is for people who are having Estate Planning and Advance DiThank you to the Aging Life Care Associrectives drafted by an attorney to include ation™ for permission to share this informalanguage in anticipation of needing a Care tion. You may learn more about Aging Life Manager in the event of incapacity. For in- Care™ at aginglifecare.org

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place to place, and you’ll know that some- ensure that all the errands for the day get one will be personally accountable for the finished, and appointments are kept with punctuality. Some safety and happiness providers will often of your special rider. Transportation services leave a full report of It may be time the day’s activities, to consider a transare often less costly than pointing out any portation provider if a series of cab rides, and important developyour parent or loved ments or snags along one has experienced someone is personally the way for future memory loss, an inaccountable for the safety reference. ability to perform Wheelchair acroutine tasks, imand happiness of the rider. cessible transportapaired judgment, tion services are available throughout slowed reaction time or a diminished attention span. Some older adults may even the area, but check in advance before find that they like riding with a compan- booking services through a company. All ion much better than being behind the special needs should be accommodated, wheel alone. This buddy approach will with no questions asked.

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Medical Supplies Medical supply products help individuals cope with and manage the symptoms of illness or old age. Products include specially adapted socks and stockings, skin care products and other helpful items. Daily living aids are also available to help individuals who need assistance dressing or taking medication. Home health monitors and specialized in-home tests let patients track everything from blood pressure to heart rate. Durable Medical Equipment Durable medical equipment includes items that help elderly or disabled individuals maintain mobility and/or

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ndividuals who have served their country in the armed forces are eligible for a wide array of benefits through the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). These benefits include health care services ranging from routine screenings and check-ups to long-term care. Additional benefits are also available for aging Veterans. Qualification and Enrollment Any individual who served in the active military, naval or air service and was discharged under any condition other than dishonorable may qualify for VA health care benefits. Members of the Reserves or National Guard who were called to active duty, other than for training, and completed the full duty requirement may also be eligible for health care.

Veterans who enlisted after September 7, 1980, must have served 24 continuous months or the full period for which they were called. However, there are exceptions to the minimum duty requirements, including early discharge for disability and other special circumstances. All Veterans are encouraged to enroll with the VA to determine their eligibility for benefits. Only by enrolling in the VA health care system can Veterans guarantee that comprehensive services will be available when and where they are needed. The VA’s enrollment system is based on priority groups. Congress determines the VA’s funding annually, which impacts the number of Veterans who can be enrolled in the health care program. The VA classifies Veterans into priority groups to ensure that limited funds

are provided to higher priority Veterans first. Priority groups range from 1-8, with 1 being the highest priority. Group 1 includes Veterans who are more than 50 percent disabled, while Group 8 is made up of individuals who are not rated as disabled and who have incomes above the VA national threshold. Individuals in lower priority groups often have to pay copays for care and services. Once a Veteran’s eligibility is verified, they will be assigned a priority group. If an individual is eligible for more than one priority group, the VA will place them in the highest group for which they are eligible. Long-Term Care Benefits In addition to preventative, health maintenance and emergency care, VA Continued on page 62

A great retirement? You’ve earned it! The nation’s first military retirement community has provided more than 50 years of service to those who experienced the unique life of the military family. Knollwood is built on the cornerstones of personal attention, superior care and camaraderie. Knollwood, bordering Rock Creek Park, is convenient to all Washington, D.C., has to offer. Our affordable Continuing Care Retirement Community features modern independent living apartments from 500 to 2,900 sq. ft., assisted living apartments, skilled nursing and memory care. Ask about our newest option in care, Independent Living Plus, when you contact us to learn more. Knollwood is owned and operated by the Army Distaff Foundation, a nonprofit charitable organization committed to providing a safe, permanent home for uniformed officers and family members.

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benefits may also provide for long-term care in some instances. Long-term care benefits include assistance that is provided for an extended period of time to help Veterans with everyday tasks and/ or provide support for managing an ongoing illness. Long-term care, as defined by the VA, may be provided in a person’s home, a community site, residential setting, or nursing home. Eligibility for services covered by the VA are determined based on a Veteran’s need for ongoing treatment, service availability in their area, financial eligibility, priority group status and insurance coverage. Longterm care services may also be covered though Medicare, Medicaid, insurance or private funds. In some instances, Veterans may be able to use the Aid and Attendance Allowance to cover needed long-term care. The Aid and Attendance Allowance is an additional monthly monetary benefit

provided by the VA for certain Veterans who receive a pension. To be eligible, Veterans must: • Require the help of another person for everyday personal care needs (such as bathing, dressing, or toileting); or • Be bedridden; or • Live in a nursing home and be physically or mentally incapacitated; or • Have poor eyesight (5/200 corrected visual acuity or less in both eyes). The VA also offers a Housebound Allowance to certain eligible Veterans who are restricted to their residence because of a permanent disability. This additional monthly monetary benefit can be used to help pay for needed care services provided in the Veteran’s home. To apply for either the Aid and Attendance or Housebound benefits, Veterans must send a written statement, including a report from their doctor documenting the need for services, to their Veterans Benefits Administration regional office. Additional information is available at www.va.gov/healthbenefits and www.

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2500 North Van Dorn St., Suite 102 Alexandria, VA 22302-1601 1-800-260-0218 www.nmfa.org

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retirees, but are not limited to those who have stopped working. Many residents continue to put in hours at work, while others fully explore long-lost hobbies or new interests. Homes in these communities are constructed of low-maintenance building materials and feature virtually maintenance-free yards. This way, residents can spend more time filling their schedules with favorite hobbies and group activities, rather than tending to home-related tasks. Tennis courts, swimming pools, hiking trails, biking and jogging paths, and fitness centers are among the many features generally available within the community. When researching active adult communities, you can start by requesting an information packet from every option you

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are considering. Make sure to read them carefully, and keep them all organized in a folder or file cabinet. Once you’ve narrowed down your options by perusing the brochures, schedule visits to each community. While you are there, take thorough notes and make a list of pros and cons for each one. Ask if you can dine with residents, talk with staff and read the residents’ handbook during your visit. When you meet with the management or resident relations director, make sure to assess the management’s philosophy and its relationship with residents. And never underestimate the power of the good old-fashioned hunch. Prioritize your own needs and feelings and give yourself plenty of time to make a decision. This is your new home and a place you will come to enjoy for decades.

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continuing care communities offer support for changing health needs Continuing Care Retirement Communities (CCRCs) offer long-term contracts that guarantee lifelong shelter and access to specified health care services. A staff of medical professionals is on hand to provide different levels of care, from independent living to assisted living and nursing care. A member can move up or down this continuum of care for the rest of their life. Most CCRCs establish requirements for incoming residents based on age, financial assets, income level and physical health. Residents are typically expected to move in while they are still independent to get to know the community. In return for guaranteed lifelong shelter, amenities and health care, residents usually pay a lump-sum entrance fee and regular monthly payments. There are three basic

types of CCRC contracts. An extensive contract covers shelter, residential services, and amenities, plus unlimited long-term nursing care without an increase in monthly payments (except for increases related to operating costs and inflation adjustments). An extensive contract spreads the risk of catastrophic health care costs among all residents, so that no single person faces financial ruin. Entrance fees and monthly costs under this contract are typically higher than those under modified or fee-for-service contracts. A modified continuing care contract covers shelter, residential services and amenities, plus a specified amount of nursing care. After the specified amount has been received, the resident can receive care

at daily or monthly nursing care rates. A fee-for-service continuing care contract covers shelter, residential services and amenities. While emergency and shortterm nursing care is usually included in the contract, access to long-term nursing care is guaranteed only at daily rates. Entrance and monthly fees are lower because residents are responsible for all longterm nursing and health care costs. Most CCRCs provide a variety of residential services that may be covered by monthly fees or be available at extra cost, depending on the contract. Visit the CCRCs you are considering with a trusted family member. Immerse yourself as much as possible in the daily life, and assess the management’s philosophy and its relationship with residents.

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hen Ashby Ponds resident Russell Langelle turned 93 years young in October, his daughter and son-in-law presented him with an unforgettable gift. Langelle was given the gift of flight in the very same aircraft model he flew during WWII as a Navy pilot and primary flight instructor. With the oversight of a copilot, he spent nearly an hour in the air performing acrobatics he had learned over 70 years ago. Arriving at the Warrenton–Fauquier Airport, Langelle saw a shiny, newly rebuilt Stearman biplane, with which he first became familiar during the 1940s. “I climbed into the cockpit, tightened the seat belts, and familiarized myself with the controls,” said Langelle. Langelle performed loops, spins, slow rolls, Immelman turns, and even a “falling leaf,” which requires pulling the aircraft

For his 93rd birthday, Russell Langelle was given the gift of flight in the very same aircraft model he flew during WWII as a Navy pilot and primary flight instructor.

straight up, entering into a deliberate stall, and diving straight to the ground at approximately 200 mph to recover and pull

up before leveling out. “I have a heart full of memories which will be relived countless times,” said Langelle. This experience was a repeat of the birthday present he received 20 years ago in 1995; that was the last time Langelle had piloted an aircraft prior to his flight in October. Langelle served in the Navy during both WWII and the Korean War. He retired with the rank of Commander after 20 years of service. Following his Naval service, Langelle spent his career as a foreign service security officer, working in that capacity both nationally and internationally. Langelle was born in St. Louis and spent 20 years there prior to his Naval service. During his service, he made Arlington, Virginia, his home base, and has lived in the northern Virginia area since that time. Now, he lives at Ashby Ponds retirement community in Ashburn.

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26 202-628-3844 Washington 131 54 27 2,670 5,035 2,500

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FREDERICK COUNTY Buckingham's Choice

70 301-644-1604 Adamstown 217 45 42 2,100 4,985 164,000 748,000 n n n n n n

Homewood at Crumland Farms

65 301-644-5600 Frederick

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MONTGOMERY COUNTY Asbury Methodist Village

301-216-4136 Gaithersburg 827 133 257 1,550 9,800 75,000 212.000 n n n

Bedford Court

301-598-2900 Silver Spring 218 76 60 3,100 5,700 10,000 n n n

Brooke Grove Retirement Village Charles E. Smith Life Communities

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ALEXANDRIA Fountains at Washington House,The

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Hermitage of Northern Virginia

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The Crossings at Chantilly

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Prince William county Westminster at Lake Ridge

35 703-496-3440 Lake Ridge 235 40 60 1,484 5,431 46,704 845,391 n n n n n

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540-665-5793 Winchester 212 60 40 2,590 4,900 115,500 581,110 n n n n n n

Summit Square

69 800-586-5499 Waynesboro 81 20 18 1,550 2,850 37,500 164,850 n n n

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800-237-2257 Harrisonburg 271 78 84

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888-723-8867 Winchester 203 18 10 1,840 3,600 162,000 656,000 n n n

OTHER VIRGINIA REGIONS Bridgewater Retirement Community

800-419-9129 Bridgewater 244 84 139 553 1,515 49,712 324,816 n n n n

The Chesapeake

757-223-1650 Newport News 255 60 52 2,270 3,610 141,000 352,800 n n n n n

Colonnades, The

434-963-4198 Charlottesville 218 57 34 2,425 7,400 21,000 136,000 n n n n

Culpeper Baptist Retirement Community

800-894-2411

Kendal at Lexington

800-976-8303 Lexington 120 20 60 2,300 4,600 138,000 506,000 n n n n

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Culpeper

67 45 39 1,740 7,000 48,000 226,600 n n

69 800-462-4649 Martinsville 148 30 32

706 3,555 40,500 296,940 n n n n n

Rappahannock Westminster - Canterbury

804-438-4000 Irvington

151 38 42 2,600 4,900 110,000 615,500 n n n n

The Glebe

540-591-2200

153 32 32 2,000 3,775 103,000 324,000 n n n

Westminster Canterbury of the Blue Ridge

434-972-2622 Charlottesville 265 57 52 3,485 7,826 194,500 796,300 n n n n n

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Daleville

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717-637-4166

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Colonial Landing 410-796-4399 Columbia 410-381-1118 Ellicott City 410-203-9501 Ellicott City II 410-203-2096 Emerson 301-483-3322 Snowden River 410-290-0384

BALTIMORE COUNTY Catonsville 410-719-9464 Dundalk 410-288-5483 Fullerton 410-663-0665 Miramar Landing 410-391-8375 Randallstown 410-655-5673 Rosedale 410-866-1886 Taylor 410-663-0363 Towson 410-828-7185 Woodlawn 410-281-1120

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Washington, DC

Friendship Terrace makes affordable DC living possible for seniors. Independent living includes fun activities and opportunities to develop rewarding friendships. Residents love our park-like setting, on-site greenhouse, and convenient location—just two blocks from the Tenleytown Metro—close to shopping, restaurants, and more.

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Silver Spring, MD

Springvale Terrace is a welcoming, caring community for seniors offering independent living as well as personal and assisted living care services. Many social events, seasonal activities, and exercise programs help keep residents active and engaged. Qualifying residents may receive vouchers/ subsidies for personal care services.

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ganizations and designates them as “Lead Agencies.” These agencies plan and deliver direct services to the District’s elderly residents and their caregivers. Each ward has one or more Lead Agencies that provide services to seniors in the ward. Information on Independent Living Communities and other elder service options can be obtained from these agencies. Visit www.dcoa.dc.gov or call (202) 7245622 to connect with the lead agency serving your neighborhood.

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Independent Living Communities are defined in the Iona Senior Services Resource Guide as “communities that provide housing and services for active and independent seniors. Services typically offered include congregate meals, on-site recreational activities, and security services.” Iona Senior Services is one of eight “Lead Agency Providers” in the District of Columbia. The D.C. Office on Aging funds comprehensive service-delivery or-

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202-686-5504

Washington

131

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Dupont Park Adventist Apartments

202-562-1363

Washington

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202-962-0055

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202-939-1431

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include public housing or low-income housing that is owned and operated by a local housing authority. To apply for public housing or Section 8 certificates or vouchers, you must go to your housing authority. Each housing authority has a system for accepting applications. Their representatives can explain their system and how to find an available apartment. HUD’s Section 202 program includes apartments where the government provides subsidies directly to owners of qualified properties developed with loans or grants from the federal government. The owners pass along the federal rental assistance subsidy to qualified residents to cover the gap between the resident payment, generally 30 percent of adjusted income, and rent costs. To apply for housing in a privately-owned

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Imagine living on 220 acres of rural woodland beauty where you can explore, relax and recharge in our casually elegant cottages in suburban Maryland. At Brooke Grove we offer an impressive list of amenities, opportunities and convenient services. There’s always something going on. Celebrate the seasons or come along to the theater, Washington DC or Baltimore. Or simply enjoy the transforming power of nature…right in your backyard. Natural surroundings…carefree living.

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Nothing says “home” like a beloved pet greeting you … the aroma of baking brownies … the sound of a child laughing … and the many other comforting touches you’ll find at The Meadows and The Woods. Whether it’s assistance with daily tasks or rekindling memories, our skilled staff is always there to offer help and strengthen confidence. Those who live here continue to grow, and to feel a sense of purpose with each new day.

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301-598-2900

Silver Spring

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301-881-0700

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40

2,357

3,307

n n n n n n

301-495-1600

Silver Spring

212

824

1,839

n

n

n n n n n

Churchill Senior Living

301-528-4400

Germantown

121

950

2,200

n

n n n n n

24 301-540-1162 Germantown 89 668 1,520 n

Five Star Premier Residences of Chevy Chase 28, 75 301-915-9217

n n n n n n

Chevy Chase

313

3,550

6,750

n

n n n n n n

Fox Hill

301-968-1800

Bethesda

240

2,700

5,200

n

n n n n n n n

Franklin Apartments

301-270-5525

Takoma Park

185

Friends House Retirement Community

301-924-5100

Sandy Spring

131

856

2,128

n

n n n n n

n

n n n n n

n n n

Gardens of Traville

301-762-5224

Rockville

230

1,129

2,300

Hampshire Village

301-924-6565

Silver Spring

111

988

1,028

n n n n n

Ingleside at King Farm

29 240-499-9019 Rockville 245 2,300 4,250 n

n n n n n n n

Kensington Park

18 301-946-7700 Kensington 61 3,500 7,200 n

n n n n n n n

Kentlands Manor, for individuals 62 and better

301-926-0696

Gaithersburg

Lakeview House

301-469-6927

Bethesda

152

206

1,185

2,525

n

n n n n n

n n n n n

Maplewood Park Place

301-530-0500

Bethesda

207

2,875

n

n n n n n n n

Oaks at Four Corners, The

301-681-6632

Silver Spring

120

619

930

n n n n n

Oaks at Oldetowne, The

301-519-8290

Gaithersburg

72

949

1,132

n n n n n

Randolph Village

301-622-4800

Silver Spring

130

942

1,375

Revitz House

5,878

n n n n n n

12-13 301-770-8450 Rockville 249 764 1,128 n

Riderwood

67

Ring House

800-917-3141

Silver Spring

1901

1,673

2,696

n

n n n

n

n n n n n n n

12-13 301-816-5012 Rockville 250 1,431 5,436 n n n n n n

Seabury at Springvale Terrace

76

301-587-0190

Silver Spring

120

859

1,196

n

n

n n n n n

2,800

n

n n n n n n

Sunrise at Montgomery Village

301-921-0445 Montgomery Village 92

2,400

The Village at Rockville

301-354-8485

Rockville

140

600

755

301-424-5450

Rockville

112

298

555

86

931

1,990

124

Town Center Apartments

n n n n n n n

Victory Court

301-294-1111

Rockville

Victory Forest

301-589-4030

Silver Spring

181

Victory Oaks

301-445-1445

Silver Spring

48

630

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187

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Willow Manor at Clopper's Mill

301-916-5277

Germantown 102

n n n n n

Willow Manor at Colesville

301-384-8500

Silver Spring

83

n

n n n n n n

Willow Manor at Fair Hill Farm

301-260-7620

Olney

100

n n n n n n

PRINCE GEORGE'S COUNTY Avondale Park Apartments

301-853-7787

Hyattsville

88

n

Bowie Commons

301-249-2575

Bowie

36

n n n n

n

n n n n n

Branchwood Towers

301-856-1620

Clinton

180

n

Cheval Court

301-736-0685

Forestville

26

n n

48

n n n

n

n n

Chillum Oaks Adventist Apartments

301-853-2755

Hyattsville

Clinton Manor Apartments

301-877-0444

Clinton

111

795

970

n n n n n

Collington, A Kendal Affiliate

301-679-3880

Mitchellville

334

1,786

4,845

n n n n n n n

301-423-0228

Suitland

68

Council House Emerson House Apartments

161

n n n n n

24 301-779-6196 Bladensburg 220

Evergreen Senior Living Community

301-218-5150

Fort Washington Adventist Apartments

301-203-7726 Fort Washington 47

Ft. Washington Manor Gateway Village

Bowie

110

n

n n n n n

1,042

1-888-258-4873 Fort Washington 150

829

n n n n n

n n n

1,039

n

n n n n n n

301-324-0313 Capitol Heights 84

n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n

Green Ridge House

301-474-7595

Greenbelt

House of Faith

301-935-0630

College Park

100 3

1,960

n

n n n

Jericho Residences

301-841-6711

Landover

270

1,250

n

n n n n n

Largo Landing Fellowship House

301-249-2100 Upper Marlboro 105

n

n

n n

Laurel Lakes Apartments

301-317-0500

n

n

n n n n n n n

n

n

Laurel

125

810

1,020

Manor Apartments

301-853-2900

Hyattsville

62

Manor at Victoria Park, The

301-630-0096

Temple Hills

102

424

1,250

Marwood Senior Apartments

301-599-1700 Upper Marlboro 155

950

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74 301-490-1526 Laurel 153 n n n n

Park View at Laurel 2

74 301-490-9730 Laurel 105 n n n n

Rainier Manor

301-699-9795

Mount Rainier 104

875

1,150

n n n n n

Rollingcrest Commons

301-559-2225

Hyattsville

140

935

1,128

n n n n n n

Selborne House of Laurel

301-604-2635

Laurel

126

800

945

n

n n n

St. Paul Senior Apartments

301-350-1100 Capitol Heights 223

790

950

n

n n n n n n

The Lodge at Marlton

301-599-5422 Upper Marlboro 102

781

986 n n

The Willows at Victoria Falls

301-317-7701

Laurel

75

Trinity Terrace

301-630-7717

Temple Hills

71

Victory House of Palmer Park

301-341-4995

Landover

2,050

n

2,300

n n

n

616

n

n

n n n n

69

n

n

n n n n n n

917

n n n

Vistas at Lake Largo, The

301-350-4766

Largo

110

860

Willows Senior Community

301-390-8000

Bowie

79

1,095 n n n

Suitland

125

Windsor Crossing Senior Apartments

301-669-6540

Woodmore House Assisted Living

301-925-1515 Upper Marlboro 10

Woodside Village

301-839-2150 Fort Washington 200

685

795

2,000 935

n

n n n n n

n

1,275

n n n n n

n

n n n n n

TALBOT COUNTY Bayleigh Chase

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Alexandria

91

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Beasley Square

703-853-0638

Alexandria

8

n n

Claridge House Alexandria

703-823-5444

Alexandria

300

n n n

Fountains at Washington House,The

703-539-5303

Alexandria

113

2,000

4,150

n

n n n n n n n

Goodwin House - Alexandria

31 703-824-1233 Alexandria 255 2,363 6,231 n

n n n n n n n

Hermitage of Northern Virginia

90 703-797-3800 Alexandria 150 2,375 5,430 n

n n n n n n n

Ladrey Highrise Paul Spring Retirement Community

703-549-7115

Alexandria

170

n n n n n

1 703-768-0234 Alexandria 129 1,500 2,560 n

n n n n n n n

ARLINGTON COUNTY Carlin, The

703-243-4300

Arlington

162

Claridge House I

703-521-9100

Arlington

300

Culpepper Garden

922

1,105

85 703-528-0162 Arlington 267 639 1,032 n

Hunter’s Park at Cherrydale

703-892-4330

Arlington

74

400

n n n n

n n n n

912

n

n n n n n n n

n n

Jefferson, The

703-516-9455

Arlington

325

n

n n n n n n n

Sunrise at Bluemont Park

703-536-1060

Arlington

128

2,300

n

n n n n n n n

Woodland Hill

703-931-5700

Arlington

235

684

4,300 857

n n n n n n

FAIRFAX COUNTY Aarondale Retirement Commmunity

10

Arbor Terrace of Herndon

87 703-956-6311 Herndon 80 3,395 4,995 n

703-813-1800

Springfield

12

4,075

5,075

n

Burke Lake Gardens - The wait list is closed effective 4/1/16 703-644-0061 Burke 100 n

n

n n n

n

n n n n n n n n n n

Coppermine Place

703-793-0336

Herndon

66

n n n n n n

Evergreen House

703-941-8707

Annandale

244

n

n

Fairfax, The

63

n n n n n

703-799-1200

Fort Belvoir

382

2,533

4,323

n

n n n n n n n

Forest Glen at Sully Station

703-802-9501

Centreville

202

890

1,200

n n n n n n

Goodwin House - Bailey’s Crossroads

31

703-578-7125

Falls Church

328

2,473

7,194

n

n n n n n n n

Greenspring

67

800-917-3141

Springfield

1,409 1,500

2,559

n

n n n n n n n

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Heatherwood Retirement Herndon Harbor House I & II

703-425-1698

Burke

112

3,275

4,420

n

n n n n n n n

24 703-904-9444 Herndon 120 910 1,016 n n n n

Home Eldercare

703-273-3640

Fairfax

8

4,050

Hunters Woods Fellowship House

703-620-4450

Reston

220

926

4,350 939

Kendrick Court at McNair Farms

703-793-9300

Herndon

139

815

1,045

Lake Anne Fellowship House

703-471-6474

Reston

240

328

493

n n n

n n n n n n n n n

n n n n n n n

Lewinsville Center Residences

703-442-9621

McLean

22

n n n n

Lewinsville, The

703-442-8660

McLean

161

n n n n n n n

Lincolnian 703-914-0330 Alexandria 26 n

n

n n n n n n

Little River Glen 703-503-8700 Fairfax 120 765 1,085 n n n n n Lockwood/Elmwood House

24 703-538-6000 Arlington 150 n

Manchester Lakes Senior Apartment Community Morris Glen Apartments

703-921-5500

Alexandria

252

845

n n n n n

1,185

n n n n n n

24 703-719-7268 Alexandria 60 856 1,087 n n n n

Olley Glen Senior Residences 703-323-6565 Fairfax 90 920 1,150 n n n n n Paul Spring Retirement Community

1 703-768-0234 Alexandria 72 1,385 2,015 n

n n n n n n n

The Crossings at Chantilly

79

n n n n n n

703-994-4561

Herndon

100

4,195

Thoreau Place

703-620-0434

Reston

135

Tysons Towers Apartments

703-281-2080

Vienna

274

578

4,595 910

n

n n n n

n n n n

Vinson Hall - For Military Officers & Families 62 703-536-4344 McLean 245 1,659 4,660 n

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Virginian, The

n n n n n n n

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Woodlands Retirement Community, The

21

703-667-9801

Fairfax

153

4,047

6,086

n

Fairfax

102

3,466

6,620

n n n n n n

FAUQUIER County Moffett Manor Apartments

540-341-8299

Warrenton

98

725

835 n n

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975

1,405

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English Oaks

540-372-7797 Fredericksburg 119

799

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Enoch George Manor Apartments

540-710-9989

725

945

n n n n

975

n n n n

Evergreens at Smith Run, The

540-374-1544

Gardens of Stafford, The

540-657-1002

Kings Crest Madonna House at Belmont

Spotsylvania

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Fredericksburg 130 Stafford

150

899

1,140

540-891-9278

Fredericksburg 100

700

850

n n n n

540-371-8212

Fredericksburg 130

750

900

n n n n n n

Meadows at Salem Run, The

540-786-1733

Fredericksburg 180

700

875

Mill Park Terrace

540-371-4430 Fredericksburg 129

n n n n n n

n n n n n

n n n

LOUDOUN COUNTY Arbor Terrace of Herndon Ashby Ponds

87 703-956-6311 Herndon 80 3,395 4,995 n

n n n n n n

67 800-917-3141 Ashburn 705 1,843 2,882 n n n n n n n

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Cascades Village

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Lansdowne Woods of Virginia

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Madison House Apartments

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Leesburg

100

Ins. Bk. 703-450-6411

Sterling

102

2,490

3,290

n

n n n n n n

Sterling

53

2,400

3,875

Falcons Landing Retired Mlitary Officers/Spouse

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703-430-0681

Brambleton 1,502 Sterling

n n n

150

854

968 n n n

Potomac Falls 313

2,839

6,732

n

n n n n n n n

450

800

n

n n n n n

1,120

n n n n

n n n n n n

Waltonwood Ashburn

25 703-468-0423 Ashburn 115 n

n n n n n n

Wingler House I and II

24 703-858-9507 Ashburn 264 921 1,151 n n n n n n

PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY Dunbarton 703-393-2896 Bristow 497 n n n Fairmont Independent Retirement Living, The

703-257-7111

Manassas

101

Lake Ridge Fellowship House

703-494-4455

Woodbridge

Marque at Heritage Hunt, The

703-754-7711

Gainesville

200

Marywood Apartments

703-369-7950

Manassas

129

811

Oaks Senior Apartment Community, The

703-221-4888

Triangle

58

705

99 1,415

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n n n n n n

2,510

n

n

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Oaks of Wellington

703-365-8500

Manassas

131

Park Place

703-257-3455

Manassas Park 148

940

1,225

n n n n n n

Potomac Woods Senior Living

703-491-9710

Woodbridge

895

1,045

n n n n n

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703-393-7788

Manassas

79

693

906

River Run at Prince William Commons

703-878-4618

Woodbridge

300

699

1,062

n n n n n

Victoria Park Apartments

703-441-6488

Woodbridge

110

940

1,100

n

n

n n n n n n n

Westminster at Lake Ridge

703-496-3440

Lake Ridge

235

1,435

5,252

n

n n n n n n n

703-441-0555

Woodbridge

35

Woods at Victoria Park

n n n n n

48 n n n

SHENANDOAH REGION Blue Ridge Villa 540-843-3280 Greenfield of Strasburg

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48 1,000 3,500

117 540-465-9249 Strasburg 10 1,555 2,450 n n n n n

Shenandoah Valley Westminster Canterbury 2 540-665-5793 Winchester 212 2,590 4,900 n Summit Square

n n n n n n n

69 800-586-5499 Waynesboro 81 1,550 2,850 n n n n n n n

Sunnyside Community

69 800-237-2257 Harrisonburg 271 648 2,075 n n n n n n n

Village at Orchard Ridge, The

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Winchester

178

1,785

3,045 n n

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Colonnades, The

434-963-4198

Darby House

804-236-8382

Jefferson Heights at Pantops Mountain

434-977-4094

Kendal at Lexington

1-800-976-8303

King’s Grant

Bridgewater

244

553

1,515

n n n n n n n

Charlottesville 218

2,425

7,400

n

Richmond

108

Charlottesville 86 Lexington

120

2,300

n n n n n n n

n n n n n n

4,600

n

n n n n n n n

n

n n n n n n n

69 800-462-4649 Martinsville 148 706 3,555 n n n n n n n

Park View at South Pantops

74 434-923-0200 Charlottesville 90

Rappahannock Westminster - Canterbury

804-438-4000

4,900

n n n n n n

Irvington

151

2,600

Stafford

54

3,150

4,150

Harrisonburg 424

778

2,182

n

n n n n n n n

The Crossings at Falls Run

540-479-3788

n

n n n

Virginia Mennonite Retirement Community

888-564-8672

n

n n n n n n n

Westminster Canterbury of the Blue Ridge

434-972-2622 Charlottesville 265 3,485 7,826 n

n n n n n n n

Williamsburg Landing

757-565-6505

n n n n n n n

6-7

Williamsburg

312

3,585

5,454

n

n n n

PENNYSLVANIA PA

Homewood at Martinsburg

65 814-793-3728 Martinsburg 130 n n n n n n

Homewood at Plum Creek

65 717-637-4166 Hanover 298 683 2,120 n

Menno Haven Retirement Communities

33 717-262-2373 Chambersburg 531 732

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on subsidies and other payment assistance programs. Long-term care insurance policies provide another financing option for assisted living. Most of these policies will cover the costs of assisted living. Some of the costs of assisted living are also reimbursable through individual health insurance policies. While there are other payment options available, the vast majority of assisted living/personal care costs are covered through private payments by

residents and families. The nationwide average cost for an assisted living/ personal care residence varies widely depending on the location and the facility amenities. However, there are affordable or subsidized options available in most areas. Individuals should investigate all available payment sources and obtain specific information on standard rates and fees for additional services before choosing an assisted living community. Financial and insurance experts can provide more detailed information about all the available payment sources.

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CCAL upholds the PCL principle, “Nothing About Me Without Me.” This simple phrase means that every elder and individual with a disability is provided choice, privacy, dignity, respect, independence and autonomy. Elders and individuals with disabilities have the right to determine their needs; decide how best to have those needs met; and give feedback about the quality and nature of the care, services and supports they receive. If support is needed, supports are centered on their personal preferences and values that honor their selfhood. A person-centered culture is nurturing, empowering and respectful, and it optimizes the well being of not only the elder and individual with a disability but also the family and larger caregiving and/or services and support network. Ultimately, person-centered living means being kind, respectful and sensitive to those being served and honoring their right to make their own choices, regardless of the setting. Information adapted from ccal.org. Please visit the website for additional details.

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1. Have conversations early and often. Unless your loved ones are completely incapacitated, you must include them in discussions about their care and accommodations. Approach decision-making from a place of love and respect. Many caregivers get frustrated by their parent or grandparent’s resistance to help. But that resistance may be a need to exert some control, especially at a time when things feel out of control. If you can help them understand why you feel they need

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a home health aide, a certain medical specialist, a safety-related home renovation or even a new domicile, you often get better participation in making the change. Rarely are plans made in just one conversation. It may be a series of conversations, lasting months or even years. Be patient and recognize that your loved one has the right to make decisions, even if you think they are bad ones. 2. Talk about money. Nobody likes to talk about money, but it simply must be done. When it comes to eldercare, finances determine options. Do your parents or grandparents have long-term care insurance? Do they have savings to liquidate or assets they’re willing to sell? (The family home may be nonnegotiable, but what about the car your senior relatives no longer drive?) What kind of care and services can they afford? Keep in mind that home care costs around $20/hour and Medicare doesn’t pay for long-term care in a nursing home—which averages over $80,000 a year. If you’ve been operating on the assumption that long-term decisions can be made “when the time comes,” you may be in for a harsh dose of reality. There’s no point in spinning your wheels, going over choices that just aren’t viable for your family. 3. Don’t try to do it all. In many cases, a nearby family member, perhaps you, will take on caretaking duties, thinking you can or should be able to handle it all. Plus, Mom really trusts and relies on you and wouldn’t feel comfortable with a stranger in the home. Things may go along fine for a while, but as the picture turns more complicated, you may quickly become overwhelmed and ineffective. Go ahead and step up if you’re the one who lives closest or has the most time or financial wherewithal to deal with an initial crisis. But then, assess the situation and quickly marshal your resources. Call a family meeting—via Skype, if need be—and find out what other family members are willing and able to do.

cation, prescribed exercises, nutritional supplements and other health related needs. There are websites that allow for information-sharing among family caregivers, which can be great. But a simple calendar or spreadsheet along with pre-filled pill boxes can also work. Make sure the system is user-friendly for all who will rely on it. Leave a spot for notes to indicate when medications must be refilled or supplies replenished. Keep in mind that most paid caregivers, unless they are nurses, are not allowed to administer medication—in other words, hand out pills. But caregivers can remind people to take their medication and this is often all that is needed. 5. Explore community resources. Finding a handicap-accessible transportation service to take your mom to the hairdresser or to visit friends can go a long way toward maintaining her mental and emotional well-being. If Mom can’t leave the house, look into religious organizations, senior centers and local areas on aging that offer home supports or social calls. If your senior feels isolated and needs more company, sometimes variety can spice up life. Many colleges and schools of social work have volunteer programs for students interested in aging studies. 6. Reassess your routine every two weeks. Or more often if conditions are changing rapidly. See what’s working and what isn’t. Talk to your parents and grandparents, spouse or partner— find out if they’re happy with the care they’re getting, or if they’d prefer more, less or different. Consider whether your loved one is still safe living at home and whether you feel their mental or physical condition warrants a change. And don’t be discouraged by setbacks, along with an occasional crisis or two. If you keep yourself grounded, tend to your own needs, and are open to support, you will be able to withstand the ups and downs of caregiving. And hopefully enjoy the journey as well.

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District of Columbia: There are currently 16 licensed Assisted Living Residences in the District of Columbia. The District of Columbia Department of Health Regulation and Licensing defines an Assisted Living Residence, or ALR, as any entity, whether public or private, for profit or not for profit that combines housing, health, and personalized assistance, in accordance to individually-developed service plans, for the support of individuals who are not related to the owner or operator of the entity. An Assisted Living Residence does not include a group home for mentally retarded persons as defined in section 2(5) of the HealthCare and Community Residence Facility, Hospice and Home Care Licensure Act of 1983, or a mental health community residence facility as that term is used in Chapter 38 of Title 22 of the District of Columbia Municipal Regulations. Source: http://hrla.doh.dc.gov/hrla/

Maryland: In Maryland, an assisted living provider is defined as: A residential or facility-based provider that provides housing and supportive services, supervision, personalized

assistance, health-related services, or a combination of these services to meet the needs of residents who are unable to perform, or who need assistance in performing, the activities of daily living or instrumental activities of daily living, in a way that promotes optimum dignity and independence for the residents. (Code of Maryland Regulations 10.07.14.02B(10). There are a wide variety of assisted living providers in Maryland. They range from large, corporatemanaged facilities where hundreds of people live in their own apartments to small, private homes in which the owners provide services to two residents who may share a bedroom. What all of these providers have in common, however, is they all offer their residents some level of assistance with their daily activities, such as dressing, bathing and eating. Levels of Care Assisted living facilities in Maryland are licensed to provide up to three levels of care. The levels correspond with how much assistance residents need. Licensure at level one means the provider is authorized to take care of residents with low care needs. A level two license means the

provider can also take care of residents with moderate care needs, and a level three license allows a provider to care for residents with high-level care needs (as well as residents with low or moderate needs). If a person is mentally sharp, only takes medication for arthritis pain and only needs assistance with dressing and bathing, he or she would be classified as needing a low level of care. A person would need a high level of care if he or she is mentally confused by dementia; has a complicated list of powerful medicines that must be given at different times each day; and requires assistance with bathing, eating, walking, dressing and toileting. Such a person could only be accepted by a provider with a level three license. Most providers are licensed at level three, which means they can accept residents with low, moderate or high care needs. If individuals have a progressive condition and do not want to have to move repeatedly, they should look for a provider with a level three license even if they only need a low level of care now. Source: Assisted Living in Maryland: What You Need to Know www.aging.maryland.gov

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DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA Chevy Chase House Ins. Fr. 202-686-5504 Washington 131 4,200 4,800 n n n Forest Hills of DC (Formerly Methodist Home of DC) 23 202-966-7623 Washington 57 5,500 9,500 n n n n n Forest Side 23 202-696-1923 Washington 33 7,900 11,000 n n n n n Georgetown Retirement Residence, The 202-338-6111 Washington 92 3,750 7,000 n n n n Glover Park Senior Living 100 202-774-8553 Washington 12 4,200 4,900 n n n n Grand Oaks Assisted Living Residence 92 202-349-3400 Washington 139 5,000 14,000 n n n n n Ingleside at Rock Creek 27 202-596-3083 Washington 41 6,500 8,500 n n n n Knollwood/Army Distaff Foundation 61 202-541-0149 Washington 42 5,983 9,574 n n n n n Lisner-Louise-Dickson-Hurt Home 202-966-6667 Washington 56 5,400 n n Sunrise on Connecticut Avenue 202-966-8020 Washington 100 4,500 8,000 n n n n n The Residences at Thomas Circle 26 202-628-3844 Washington 54 3,780 6,540 n n n n U.S. Soldiers & Airmens Home - King Healthcare Ctr. 800-422-9988 Washington 58 n n n ANNE ARUNDEL COUNTY Heartlands at Severna Park 28 410-729-1600 Severna Park 68 3,400 6,000 n n n n Somerford Place for Alzheimer’s & Related Dementias 28 410-224-7300 Annapolis 60 n n n n CARROLL COUNTY Copper Ridge, Exclusively for Alzheimer’s /Dementia 147 410-795-8808 Sykesville 60 7,020 11,250 n n n n Fairhaven 70 800-241-9997 Sykesville 35 6,005 n n n n Charles county The Charleston Assisted Living & Memory Care

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FREDERICK COUNTY Buckingham's Choice 70 301-644-1604 Adamstown 45 5,940 8,010 n Heartfields at Frederick 28 301-663-8800 Frederick 52 3,500 6,500 n Homewood of Crumland Farms 65 301-644-5600 Frederick 56 3,900 5,550 n Somerford Assisted Living and Memory Care 28 301-668-3930 Frederick 104 4,200 8,000 n Somerford House 28 301-668-3900 Frederick 46 3,850 5,640 n HOWARD COUNTY

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Heartlands Senior Living Village 28 410-461-9494 Ellicott City 70 3,330 4,620 n n n n Somerford Place for Alzheimer’s & Related Dementia 28 410-313-9744 Columbia 64 4,000 6,800 n n n n MONTGOMERY COUNTY Aberdeen House I & II 240-472-4787 Rockville Aberdeen Manor 240-472-4787 Rockville Absolute Assisted Living 301-774-1666 Rockville Advantage Assisted Living, LLC 301-622-1688 Silver Spring Agape Assisted Living 301-572-6038 Silver Spring AlfredHouse Andrus 104 240-401-1753 Rockville AlfredHouse Florence 104 240-401-1753 Rockville AlfredHouse Needwood 104 240-401-1753 Derwood AlfredHouse Shalom-Kosher 104 240-401-1753 Silver Spring AlfredHouse Symphony - Opening October 2016 104 240-401-1753 Derwood AlfredHouse I 104 240-401-1753 Rockville AlfredHouse II 104 240-401-1753 Silver Spring AlfredHouse III 104 240-401-1753 Rockville AlfredHouse IV 104 240-401-1753 Rockville AlfredHouse V 104 240-401-1753 Rockville Andrus House 301-656-8823 North Bethesda Angel's Garden at Breeze Hill, The 301-806-0151 Silver Spring Tell them you saw it in the SourceBook

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Angel’s Garden at Bustleton 301-806-0151 Silver Spring 8 5,000 7,000 n n n n n Angels Garden, The 301-806-0151 Rockville 15 4,500 5,000 n n n n n Apple Blossoms Assisted Living 301-445-5837 Silver Spring 5 1,500 4,000 n n n n n Arbor Place Dementia Care 107 301-924-0666 Rockville 16 9,900 11,800 n n n n n Arden Courts Memory Care - Kensington Pull out 32 301-493-7881 Kensington 64 7,600 n n n n Arden Courts Memory Care - Potomac Pull out 32 301-983-3620 Potomac 48 7,950 n n n n Arden Courts Memory Care - Silver Spring Pull out 32 301-847-3051 Silver Spring 52 6,600 n n n n n Asheir Manor Assisted Living 301-250-6660 Germantown 8 5,500 7,500 n n n n Aspenwood Senior Living Community 28, 80 301-598-6424 Silver Spring 47 4,000 6,900 n n n Assisted Living of Potomac 240-506-7719 Potomac 8 4,500 n n n n Assisted Living of Rockville 108 301-356-3453 Rockville 8 3,500 n n n n Assisted Living of Rockville II 108 301-356-3453 Rockville 8 3,900 n n n n Assisted Living of Rockville III 108 301-356-3453 Rockville 5 3,900 n n n n Atrium Active Home 105 240-793-6052 Silver Spring 8 4,500 5,500 n n n n n Atrium Kosher Home 105 240-793-6052 Potomac 8 5,500 n n n n n Atrium Stonecrest Home 105 240-793-6052 Silver Spring 8 3,500 4,500 n n n n n Auxiliary House-Alzheimer’s Care 301-384-4017 Bethesda 8 6,300 6,800 n n n n

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Avalon House - Andrus House 118 301-656-8823 North Bethesda 15 4,000 4,200 n n n n n B’nai B’rith Homecrest House c 77 301-598-4000 Silver Spring 42 531 2,405 n n n n Bartholomew House - Victory Housing 96 301-320-6151 Bethesda 33 5,600 n n n n n Bedford Court 301-598-2900 Silver Spring 76 3,500 5,700 n n n n n Benevolent Senior Home 301-434-7464 Silver Spring 5 n n n n Bethany Living 1 301-651-3225 Gaithersburg 5 2,000 3,800 n n n n Biltmore House 301-585-6568 Silver Spring 8 1,300 2,000 n n n n n Bliss Villa 301-625-0474 Silver Spring 5 3,000 3,500 n n n n n Bliss Villa 11 301-980-2836 Silver Spring 5 3,000 3,500 n n n n n Blue Star Assisted Living Residence 301-571-8925 Bethesda 5 3,500 5,500 n n Brighton Gardens of Friendship Heights 301-656-1900 Chevy Chase 107 4,500 9,600 n n n n n Brighton Gardens of Tuckerman Lane 301-897-8566 North Bethesda 101 4,470 11,880 n n n n Brightview Fallsgrove 240-314-7194 Rockville 94 3,900 7,875 n n n n Brookdale Olney 93 240-345-4326 Olney 79 n n n n Brookdale Potomac 93 240-204-6088 Potomac 93 2,850 5,400 n n n n Brooke Grove Retirement Village Insert 301-260-2320 Sandy Spring 108 7,320 8,910 n n n n n Brookeville House Assisted Living 301-957-0752 Brookeville 5 5,995 7,995 n n n n n Byrds of Heaven Assisted Living 301-592-8720 Silver Spring 5 4,300 5,372 n n n n n n Byron House - Victory Housing 96 301-469-9400 Potomac 33 5,600 n n n n n Caring Companion 301-649-7414 Silver Spring 14 2,400 3,500 n n n n n Cascadia Courts, LLC 301-388-0844 Silver Spring 10 3,000 n n n Catherine's House 301-428-0562 Clarksburg 5 3,000 4,000 n n n n n Cedar Glen-Alzheimer's Assisted Living 301-384-4017 Potomac 8 6,300 6,800 n n n n Clifton Woods-Alzheimer's Assisted Living 301-384-4017 Silver Spring 8 6,300 6,800 n n n n Cohen-Rosen House 12-13 301-816-5050 Rockville 18 9,320 n n n n n Cottage at Curry Manor 301-365-2582 Bethesda 8 8,500 12,500 n n n Country Living 301-977-8593 Poolesville 5 2,000 3,500 n n n n n Cresthaven, The 301-439-5949 Silver Spring 8 n n n n Dayspring Senior Home 301-294-0252 Rockville 4 2,100 3,500 n n n n n n Denley House 301-949-0466 Silver Spring 8 1,500 4,000 n n n n n n Devotion Assisted Living 301-540-2472 Silver Spring 5 Eden Homes Group-Bells Mill 95 301-299-2637 Bethesda 8 9,900 10,500 n n n n n Eden Homes Group- Greyswood 95 301-299-2637 Bethesda 8 8,900 9,600 n n n n n Please confirm all information with communities. 

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Eden Homes Group- Ipswich 95 301-299-2637 Bethesda 8 8,900 9,400 n n n n n Eden Homes Group-Liberty 95 301-299-0090 Potomac 8 7,200 7,600 n n n n n Eden Homes Group-Stoneham 95 301-299-2637 Bethesda 8 8,900 9,600 n n n n n Eden Kosher Home 95 301-299-0090 Potomac 8 7,600 7,900 n n n n Fatima Assisted Living Services, LLP 240-389-2918 Gaithersburg 5 3,500 5,500 n n n n Foxhall Assisted Living Care Providers 301-460-1994 Silver Spring 5 3,000 6,000 n n n n Evergreen Eldercare Assisted Living 301-476-7538 Silver Spring 8 3,000 4,000 n n n n Five Star Premier Residences of Chevy Chase 28, 75 301-907-9894 Chevy Chase 22 6,250 8,240 n n Friends House Retirement Community 301-924-5100 Sandy Spring 21 3,907 4,883 n n n n Gabriel Home 301-622-4114 Silver Spring 8 1,800 2,500 n n n Glorious Care, LLP 240-207-3367 Gaithersburg 5 3,000 5,000 n n n n Golden Years Senior Home 301-589-9578 Silver Spring 6 2,700 2,700 n n n n n n Good Hope Home Care 301-879-2289 Silver Spring 5 1,500 1,500 n n n n n Good Samaritan Assisted Living, LLC 301-681-5251 Silver Spring 10 2,200 2,500 n n n Grace House - Victory Housing 96 301-924-4424 Silver Spring 32 5,800 6,950 n n n n n Green Acre Group Home 301-236-6869 Silver Spring 8 2,000 3,000 n n n n n n Green Acre Group Home II 301-622-6380 Silver Spring 8 2,000 3,000 n n n n n n Heritage House I & II 301-570-4420 Silver Spring 14 1,500 2,200 n n n n Hillwood-Alzheimer's Assisted Living 301-384-4017 Bethesda 8 6,300 6,800 n n n n Himalayan Elder Care 301-879-2852 Silver Spring 8 2,200 3,000 n n n Himalayan Elderly Care, Inc. II 301-455-6016 Silver Spring 14 3,000 4,000 n n n House of the Holy Family 301-236-4009 Silver Spring 5 1,600 2,000 n n n Immanuel Senior Living 301-421-1895 Silver Spring 5 1,500 2,800 n n n n n Ingleside at King Farm 29 240-499-9019 Rockville 32 6,978 11,283 n n n n J & J Home of Ashton 301-924-9017 Ashton 8 1,500 2,500 n n n n n Jeya Assisted Living I 301-585-9832 Silver Spring 7 2,500 3,500 n n n Jeya Assisted Living II 301-572-4529 Silver Spring 5 2,500 3,500 n n n JK House of Grace 106 301-792-1144 Silver Spring 8 4,800 8,000 n n n n JK House of Grace II 106 301-792-1144 Silver Spring 8 4,800 8,000 n n n n JK House of Grace III 106 301-792-1144 Silver Spring 8 4,800 8,000 n n n n JK House of Grace IV 106 301-792-1144 Rockville 4 4,800 8,000 n n n n Kaur Home 301-721-1530 Derwood 5 1,800 2,400 n n n n n Kensington Park Senior Living 18 301-946-7700 Kensington 140 4,000 6,850 n n n n n n Please confirm all information with communities. 

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Kindley Assisted Living at Asbury Methodist Village Insert 301-987-6105 Gaithersburg 133 6,420 9,340 n n n n n Kingshire Manor - Genesis HealthCare 109, 122 301-315-1900 Rockville 34 4,600 n n n n n Landow House 12-13 301-816-5050 Rockville 60 7,550 n n Layhill Manor 301-871-8740 Silver Spring 8 2,650 n n n Laytonsville Estates Assisted Living 240-477-8172 Laytonsville 16 4,000 10,000 n n n Lins House Assisted Living 301-216-2414 Gaithersburg 7 3,000 4,300 n n n n Maple Ridge-Alzheimer's Assisted Living 301-384-4017 Rockville 13 6,300 6,800 n n n n Marian Assisted Living - Victory Housing 96 301-570-3190 Brookville 41 5,415 7,675 n n n n n Martha Assisted Living 301-326-7425 Olney 5 3,800 n n n n n n Milo Care, Inc 301-728-2292 Silver Spring 5 2,800 3,800 n n n Montgomery Eldercare 240-560-6082 Silver Spring 5 3,999 4,999 n n n n n Muriel's Home ( Kosher Home) 301-681-6196 Silver Spring 8 2,500 3,500 n n n n n n Natalie House 301-585-4780 Silver Spring 6 2,000 3,000 n n n n n n Nightingale House 240-418-4774 Gaithersburg 5 3,000 4,000 n n n Olney Assisted Living 140 301-570-0525 Olney 64 n n n n Oriri I & II 301-384-9358 Silver Spring 13 1,300 1,800 n n n n n n Perry Home Assisted Living 301-592-8353 Silver Spring 8 n n n n n Phelps House, The 301-455-5995 Kensington 5 3,200 n n n n n n Potomac Senior Village 301-299-1670 Potomac 10 3,000 5,000 n n n n n Porter House of Care 301-460-1733 Silver Spring 5 3,200 4,200 n n n n n Raphael House - Victory Housing 96 301-217-9116 Rockville 31 5,600 n n n n n Rebecca House 118 301-656-8823 Potomac 15 4,000 4,200 n n n n n Rejuvenation 301-989-1665 Silver Spring 5 3,200 5,000 n n n Riderwood 67 800-917-3141 Silver Spring 170 4,812 9,064 n n n n n Seabury at Springvale Terrace c 76 301-587-0190 Silver Spring 36 2,581 4,624 n n n Senior Health Care, Inc. 301-754-2544 Silver Spring 8 2,400 3,500 n n Serene Homestead Assisted Living LLC 301-875-5815 Silver Spring 8 4,500 5,500 n n Serenity Assisted Living 301-675-3301 Rockville 5 2,500 4,000 n n n n n n Shady Grove Center - Genesis HealthCare 122 301-315-1900 Rockville 34 5,190 6,990 n n n n Spring Meadows Assisted Living, LLP 301-572-7655 Silver Spring 5 2,500 4,250 n n n n n n Summerwood Garden Assisted Living 240-381-2540 Silver Spring 5 2,800 4,500 n n n n n Sunrise at Fox Hill 301-968-1800 Bethesda 83 6,000 12,000 n n n n n 5,500 n n n Sunrise at Montgomery Village 301-921-0445 Montgomery Village 50 2,430 Please confirm all information with communities. 

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Leslies Assisted Living 301-422-4201 Adelphi 5 2,500 n n n n n n Life Assisted Living 301-588-1735 Capitol Heights 12 3,800 4,400 n n n n Malta House - Victory Housing 96 301-699-8600 Hyattsville 31 4,400 n n n n n Mama’s Care Assisted Living 240-764-5621 University Park 5 3,500 4,000 n n n n Mamie's Assisted Living Care, Inc 301-839-6204 Fort Washington 5 3,500 4,000 n n n n MHCA Homes-An Assisted Living Facility 301-809-6430 Bowie 8 2,050 n n n n n n Mike-William Assisted Living Facility, LLC 301-535-9851 Oxon Hill 5 3,000 3,500 n n n n n Morningside House of Laurel 888-632-1985 Laurel 103 4,000 5,500 n n n n Morningstar Assisted Living LLC 301-604-0971 Laurel 5 2,000 3,000 n n New Life Assisted Living 202-744-1331 Riverdale 8 1,500 5,000 n n n Northview Assisted Living 301-868-0538 Clinton 6 2,000 2,500 n Old Town Assisted Living 301-464-9063 Bowie 5 1,700 3,000 n n n n n n Paradise Assisted Living 301-218-6682 Upper Marlboro 8 n n n n n Peace of Mind 301-248-6422 Fort Washington 6 n n n n Providence Assisted Living 301-390-9484 Bowie 5 1,500 3,000 n n n n n n Quality Care Home 301-306-1049 Lanham 5 2,000 3,000 n n n n n Refreshing Springs Assisted Living Homes, Inc 240-486-9899 New Carrollton 5 2,500 4,000 n n n n n Riderwood 67 800-917-3141 Silver Spring 170 4,812 9,064 n n n n n Rene's House 301-464-8131 Bowie 8 1,900 2,600 n n n Rene’s Place 301-899-2139 Temple Hills 5 2,000 3,500 n n n n n Riderville Assisted Living, LLC 301-604-7118 Laurel 7 2,300 3,300 n n n Royal Care Assisted Living Facilities, Inc 301-203-2383 Fort Washington 8 4,100 4,900 n Saint Berdette's Residence 301-953-3065 Laurel 7 1,400 1,500 n n n n n Sarah's House 301-218-9101 Bowie 14 1,800 2,500 n n n n n Senior's Place 301-345-2168 College Park 8 2,000 2,500 n n n n Sherwood Manor-Residential Care, Inc 202-320-1144 Bowie 5 3,500 6,000 n n n n Sierra Assisted Living 301-326-2402 Beltsville 5 2,500 3,500 n n n n n Smith House 301-265-0005 Fort Washington 5 2,500 3,400 n Springtime Home I 301-322-2825 Hyattsville 8 2,000 n n n n Springtime Home II 301-262-3984 Bowie 8 2,000 n n n n n Springtime Home lll 301-262-1350 Bowie 8 2,000 n n n n n Springtime Home IV 301-322-2825 Mitchellville 8 2,000 n n n n n Springtime Home V 301-262-3372 Bowie 8 2,000 n n n n n StarCare Partners 240-481-2206 District Heights 6 2,000 3,000 n n n n n Tranquility Living 301-249-1700 Bowie 8 n n n n n Woodmore House Assisted Living 301-925-1515 Upper Marlboro 110 2,500 6,000 n n n n n n Whitehall 301-464-8131 Bowie 8 1,550 1,600 n n n Well Being Assisted Living 301-595-0340 Hyattsville 5 3,000 4,000 n n n n TALBOT COUNTY Bayleigh Chase 70 410-763-7167 Easton 88 5,610 6,390 n n n n n WASHINGTON COUNTY Greenfield at Hagerstown Homewood at Williamsport

117 301-766-9202 Hagerstown 56 3,120 4,990 n n n n 65 877-849-9244 Williamsport 51 4,530 7,020 n n n

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ALEXANDRIA David Lane House - Labier Assisted Living 703-362-2499 Alexandria 8 5,000 n n n n n Dawes House - Labier Assisted Living 703-362-2499 Alexandria 8 5,000 n n n n n Fountains at Washington House,The Goodwin House - Alexandria

703-539-5303

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46

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7,000

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31 703-824-1233 Alexandria 40 8,094 8,514 n n n n

Hermitage of Northern Virginia

90 703-797-3800 Alexandria 150 3,175 7,905 n n

Spring Hills Mt. Vernon

703-780-7100

Alexandria

Sunrise of Alexandria

703-212-9192

Alexandria

Sunrise at Mt. Vernon

703-780-9800

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4,700

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6,000

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Westgate-Labier Assisted Living 703-362-2499 Mt. Vernon 8 6,800 n n n n n ARLINGTON COUNTY Brookdale Arlington - A Brookdale Managed Community 93 571-814-3586 Arlington 125 2,250 6,000 n n n n n

Culpepper Garden

85 703-528-0162 Arlington 73 3,070 4,389 n n n n

Jefferson, The

703-516-9455

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7,000

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703-524-5300

Arlington

47

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4,500

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Sunrise at Bluemont Park 703-536-1060 Arlington 52 2,970 n n n n n FAIRFAX COUNTY Aarondale Retirement & Assisted Living Community

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111 703-810-3992 Chantilly 48 5,775 7,925 n Pull out 32 703-256-0882

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60

7,400

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7,400

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Arleigh Burke Pavilion

98 703-506-6900 McLean 21 7,695 10,098 n n n

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118 301-656-8823 McLean 8 4,200 4,500 n n n n n

Avalon House at Gerard Court

118

301-656-8823

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4,500

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118

301-656-8823

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8

4,200

4,500

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Avalon House at Oakview Drive

118 301-656-8823 McLean 8 4,200 4,500 n n n n n

Avalon House at Laburnum Street

118 301-656-8823 Mclean

Avalon House at Woodacre Drive

8 4,200 4,500 n n n n n

118 301-656-8823 McLean 8 4,200 4,500 n n n n n

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Brightview Great Falls

703-759-2513

Great Falls

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Brightview Woodburn

703-462-9998

Annandale

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4,895

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Braddock Glen

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Coomber House

571-228-6193

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703-642-5329

Springfield

8

3,500

5,000

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Dominion House, LLC

703-533-3060

Great Falls

8

5.000

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Eden Homes Group - 8333 Lewinsville

n n n n

95 301-299-2637 McLean 8 11,100 11,500 n n n n n

Eden Homes Group - 8337 Lewinsville

95 301-299-2637 McLean 8 11,100 11,500 n n n n n

Emilia Assisted Living

703-971-5205

Alexandria

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Goodwin House - Bailey’s Crossroads

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703-278-1001

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4,560

8,100

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703-578-7125

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43

6,471

8,434

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703-759-5694

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800-917-3141

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102

4,340

6,709

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703-425-1698

Burke

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5,100

6,245

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Home Eldercare

703 273-3640

Fairfax

8

4,050

4,350

Keough Senior Living

703-579-9972

Fairfax

Leewood Healthcare Center

703-256-9770

Annandale

8 n n n n n n n n n n 40 4,200 6,300

Heatherwood Retirement

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Lincolnian 703-914-0330 Alexandria 52 n n n Milly’s Home

703-246-9809

Fairfax

3

9,500

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Oakton Home 703-242-1700 Oakton 3 2,750 4,000 n n n n n Paul Spring Retirement Community

1 703-768-0234 Alexandria 145 3,765 4,985 n n n

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703-625-6565

Oakton

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Spring Hills Mt. Vernon

703-348-4370

Alexandria

85

2,900

4,700

n n n n n

Sunrise at Fair Oaks

703-264-0506

Fairfax

92

3,000

7,000

n n n n n

Sunrise at George Mason

703-934-5069

Fairfax

76

3,030

5,940

n n n n n n

Sunrise at Hunter Mill

703-255-1006

Oakton

75

2,370

5,400

n n n n n

Sunrise at Mt. Vernon

703-780-9800

Alexandria

107

4,000

6,000

n n n n

Sunrise at Reston Town Center

703-956-8930

Reston

102

3,750

5,160

n n n n

Sunrise of Fairfax

703-691-0046

Fairfax

52

2,040

5,000

Sunrise of Falls Church

703-534-2700

Falls Church

66

3,000

6,000

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Sunrise of McLean

703-734-1600

McLean

88

2,700

7,000

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Sunrise of Springfield

703-922-6800

Springfield

95

2,500

5,000

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Sylvestery, The

143 703-970-2700 McLean 36 8,760 8,760 n n n n n

Tall Oaks Assisted Living

142

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79 703-994-4561 Herndon 60 5,195 6,995 n n n n

703-834-9800

Reston

157

4,456

6,700

n n n n n

Thetford House Assisted Living 703-719-7441 Alexandria 8 6,000 n n n n Tysons Woods Assisted Living-Central Ave.

97 703-846-0395 Vienna

Tysons Woods Assisted Living-Electric Ave.

97 703-846-0395 Vienna

8 5,000 7,000 n n n n n

8 5,000 7,000 n n n n n 91 703-938-7080 Vienna 8 5,000 n n n n n

Vienna Manor Assisted Living

Virginian, The 72, 137, 158, Bk. Cov. 703-385-0555 Fairfax 108 6,278 11,996 FAUQUIER County

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Amerisist Assisted Living - Warrenton

n n n n n

540-347-6000

Warrenton

41

3,300

4,800

Villa at Suffield Meadows, The 89 540-316-3800 Warrenton 67 3,750 6,500 n n n n n FREDERICKSBURG REGION Cardinal Village

540-898-1900 Fredericksburg 60

4, 500

n n n n n

Chancellor’s Village

540-786-5000 Fredericksburg 40

4,200

4,700

n n n n

Golden Living Center

540-786-8351 Fredericksburg 16

1,900

2,500

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Greenfield of Fredericksburg

117 540-374-8200 Fredericksburg 40 2,595

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117 540-374-8200 Fredericksburg 60 1,955

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117

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3,600

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The Crossings at Falls Run 540-479-3788 Stafford 103 4,000 5,650 n n n n LOUDOUN COUNTY Ashby Ponds

67 800-988-0809 Ashburn 56 4,750 7,500 n n n

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93 571-982-7255 Sterling 70 3,570 5,580 n n n n

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3 4 703-729-4870 Lansdowne 115 4,745 9,975 n n n n n 888-762-3290

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115 703-737-6149 Leesburg 37 4,260 5,460 n n n n

Morningside House of Leesburg 888-632-1985 Leesburg 64 3,690 5,100 n n n n Spring Arbor of Leesburg

30 703-777-9300 Leesburg 79 4,495 5,795 n n n n n

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703-430-0681

Sterling

47

2,100

5,350

Sunrise of Leesburg

703-777-1971

Leesburg

34

1,800

4,000

Waltonwood Ashburn

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n n n n n 25 703-468-0423 Ashburn 99 n n n n

Woodland Assisted Living 114 540-226-4481 Lovettsville 17 2,500 4,500 n n n n PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY Amerisist Assisted Living - Manassas Arbor Terrace Sudley Manor

703-393-6300

Manassas

23

2,800

4,100

Aspen Hill Assisted Living

703-491-3388

Woodbridge

8

4,000

Aurora Home Inc., The

703-730-6801

Woodbridge

6

6.000

Brookdale Lake Ridge Brookdale Manassas

n n n n n

116 703-392-9797 Manassas 48 2,730 6,750 n n n n n 6,000

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n n n n n n

93 703-436-8020 Woodbridge 79 2,200 6,000 n n n n n 93 703-794-4511 Manassas 75 1,725 4,150 n n n n

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703-680-2666

Woodbridge

3

4,000

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Caton Merchant House

703-335-8402

Manassas

78

1,700

n n n

3,250

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703-791-0058

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11 703-494-3817 Woodbridge 106 2,900 5,300 n n n n n

Tribute at Heritage Village

22 703-468-1895 Gainesville 128 5,195 7,695 n n n n

Westminster at Lake Ridge

35

703-496-3440

Lake Ridge

40

4,710

8,130

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Willow Oaks at Birmingham Green 113 703-257-0935 Manassas 107 1,388 1,388 n n n n n SHENANDOAH REGION Amerisist Assisted Living - Front Royal

540-651-0505

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540-868-0200

Dutch Haven

540-436-3297

Greenfield of Berryville

23

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Stephens City

41

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Maurertown

42

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117 540-955-4557 Berryville 60 2,195 3,324 n n n n n

Greenfield of Woodstock

117 540-459-2525 Woodstock 42 2,000 4,300 n n n

Greenfield of Strasburg

117 540-465-9249 Strasburg 34 2,295 3,495 n n n

Greenfield Reflections of Strasburg

117 540-465-5900 Strasburg 36 2,450 3,600 n n n n n

Hidden Springs Senior Living

540-636-2008

Bentonville

30

3,586

4,063

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Hilltop House 540-667-5323 Winchester 57 1,800 2,600 Royal Haven

540-636-6611

Royal Haven of Woodstock

540-459-2902

Shenandoah Valley Village

540-740-8100

Spring Arbor of Winchester

Front Royal

130

2,400

3,000

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Woodstock

30

2,000

3,000

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New Market

40

1,100

1,400

30 540-662-6883 Winchester 73 3,795 5,895 n n n n n

Stoney Creek Adult Care Residence Summit Square

540-984-8606

Edinburg

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1,400

1,800

69 800-586-5499 Waynesboro 20 5,871 n n n n n

Sunnyside Community

69 800-237-2257 Harrisonburg 78 5,537 6,906 n n n n n

The Glebe

540-591-2200

Daleville

32

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The Willows At Meadow Branch 540-667-3000 Winchester 79 4,025 5,500 n n n n OTHER VIRGINIA Amerisist Assisted Living - Culpeper

540-825-4500

Culpeper

27

Amerisist Assisted Living - Louisa Amerisist Assisted Living - Orange

3,100

4,500

n n n n n

540-967-4600

Louisa

540-661-3333

Orange

27

3,000

4,200

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27

2,800

4,100

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117 540-955-4557 Berryville 60 1,850 3,025 n n n n

Kendal at Lexington King’s Grant

540-463-1910

Lexington

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5,500

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69 800-462-4649 Martinsville 30 5,750 n n n n n

Virginia Mennonite Retirement Community

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86

4,248

7,157

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Westminster Canterbury of the Blue Ridge 434-972-2622 Charlottesville 57 4,635 5,757 n n n n n Westminster Canterbury - Richmond

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Whispering Pines Assisted Living

540-743-2273

Luray

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Williamsburg Landing

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Homewood at Martinsburg

65 814-793-3728 Martinsburg 65 n n n

Homewood at Plum Creek

65 717-637-4166 Hanover 104 4,623 8,250 n n n n

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a more close-knit way of life Assisted living homes with 15 or fewer residents are often called group homes or senior care residences. Many people seeking an assisted living environment for themselves or a family member have investigated these homes as an option along with larger assisted living communities. Most of these homes offer the same services as larger communities, except in a smaller and more intimate setting. Considering a group home when researching assisted living is an important step if your loved one would prefer a smaller, homelike environment. Some of these smaller homes specialize in care for Alzheimer’s disease or related memory impairments. Individuals and families get to know each staff member well and can enjoy participating in the preparation and serv-

ing of meals, housekeeping tasks, gardening, or other daily activities. Food is prepared in small quantities, and residents are encouraged to help. Group homes are usually nestled into neighborhoods, indistinguishable from other surrounding properties. Though regulations governing these homes differ among regions, a variety of agencies (county health departments, social services, long-term care ombudsmen) in most counties and cities provide significant monitoring of homes with four or more beds. Small assisted living facilities allow As with any community, it is impor- residents to maintain independence. tant to visit the homes to talk with staff as well as the current residents and their For more information, a comprehensive families. Be sure that you are given spe- guide to selecting a residence can be obcific information about caregiver training, tained through the Consumer Consortium community amenities and costs. on Assisted Living at www.ccal.org.

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Montgomery County AlfredHouse Andrus

104 240-401-1753 Rockville 15 4,100 6,350 n n n n n

AlfredHouse Florence

104 240-401-1753 Rockville 8 5,100 6,350 n n n n n

AlfredHouse Needwood

104 240-401-1753 Derwood 5 4,100 5,850 n n n n n

AlfredHouse Shalom-Kosher

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AlfredHouse I

104 240-401-1753 Rockville 16 3,600 6,850 n n n n n

AlfredHouse II

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AlfredHouse III

104 240-401-1753 Rockville 8 3,600 7,350 n n n n n

AlfredHouse IV

104 240-401-1753 Rockville 6 4,100 6,350 n n n n n

AlfredHouse V

104 240-401-1753 Rockville 16 5,600 7,350 n n n n n

Arbor Place Dementia Care

107 301-924-0666 Rockville 16 9,900 11,800 n n n n n

240-401-1753 240-401-1753

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8 8

4,800 3,600

7,350 6,000

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Asheir Manor Assisted Living 301-250-6660 Germantown 8 5,500 7,500 n n n n Atrium Active Home

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Atrium Kosher Home

105 240-793-6052 Potomac 8 5,500 n n n n n

Atrium Stonecrest Home

105

240-793-6052

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4,500

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Avalon House-Andrus House

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4,000

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Silver Spring Silver Spring

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4,500

5,500

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Cottage at Curry Manor 301-365-2582 Bethesda 8 8,500 12,500 n n

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Eden Homes Group-Bells Mill

95 301-299-2637 Bethesda 8 9,900 10,500 n n n n n

Eden Homes Group- Greyswood

95 301-299-2637 Bethesda 8 8,900 9,600 n n n n n

Eden Homes Group- Ipswich

95

Eden Homes Group-Liberty

95 301-299-0090 Potomac 8 7,200 7,600 n n n n n

Eden Homes Group-Stoneham

95 301-299-2637 Bethesda 8 8,900 9,600 n n n n n

Eden Kosher Home

95 301-299-0090 Potomac 8 7,600 7,900 n n n n n

JK House of Grace

106

301-792-1144

Silver Spring

8

4,800

8,000

n

n n n

JK House of Grace II

106

301-792-1144

Silver Spring

8

4,800

8,000

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301-299-2637

Bethesda

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8,900

9,400

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301-792-1144

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Montgomery Eldercare

240-560-6082

Silver Spring

8

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4,800

8,000

3,999

4,999

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Total Units

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Fairfax County Almost Home Senior Care, LLC

703-225-5466

Fairfax

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Avalon House at Cawdor Court

118 301-656-8823 McLean 8 4,200 4,500 n n n n n

Avalon House at Gerard Court

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4,200

4,500

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Avalon House at High Street

118

301-656-8823

Falls Church

8

4,200

4,500

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Avalon House at Laburnum Street

118 301-656-8823 Mclean

Avalon House at Oakview Drive

118 301-656-8823 McLean 8 4,200 4,500 n n n n n

Avalon House at Woodacre Drive

118 301-656-8823 McLean 8 4,200 4,500 n n n n n

Cobbdale Assisted Living

8 4,200 4,500 n n n n n

571-414-1850 Fairfax 8 8,700 n n n n n

Eden Homes Group - 8333 Lewinsville

95 301-299-2637 McLean 8 11,100 11,500 n n n n n

Eden Homes Group - 8337 Lewinsville

95 301-299-2637 McLean 8 11,100 11,500 n n n n n

Tysons Woods Assisted Living - Central Ave.

97 703-846-0395 Vienna

8 5,000 7,000 n n n n n

Tysons Woods Assisted Living - Electric Ave.

97 703-846-0395 Vienna

8 5,000 7,000 n n n n n

Vienna Manor Assisted Living

91 703-938-7080 Vienna 8 5,000 n n n n n

LOUDOUN COUNTY Lovettsville Home Assisted Living

118 540-822-3824 Lovettsville 8 3,000 4,500 n n n n

Woodland Assisted Living

114 540-226-4481 Lovettsville 17 2,500 4,500 n n n n

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HOW TO

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specialized care for individuals who need daily assistance While some individuals are able to continue running their households with little assistance, there are those who may have debilitating physical or emotional conditions that require care beyond what family or professional home care aides can provide. What is Nursing Care? At a nursing home, care is administered by professionals under the direction of a physician. Many facilities also offer sub-acute, respite, rehabilitation and other short-term care. Rehabilitation services can be especially helpful for individuals who are recovering from surgery, an illness or any other lifechanging event. These homes serve as permanent residences for individuals who are too sick or frail to live at home or as temporary

facilities during a recovery period after a dents, which covers the fundamental services every resident receives, including rent surgery or illness. for the room, housekeeping, meals and Who Pays for Nursing Care? general nursing care. It is important to unMedicare, Medicaid, private insurance derstand all the services and amenities that and personal assets are all used under vari- are not included in the basic daily rate. ous circumstances to pay for services in a nursing care facility. If a facility is not cer- What to Look for in Nursing Care Before choosing a home, contact the tified by Medicare and Medicaid, the care Long-Term Care Ombudsman Program will have to be paid for entirely with perof your Area Agency on Aging. Ombudssonal funds. man programs promote the highest quality In general, Medicare pays for skilled of life and care for residents of nursing fanursing care following hospitalization for cilities and can help families and staff with the same illness or condition at 100 percent inquiries and complaints. Tell the ombudsof the cost for days 1 – 20. Some long-term man which options you are considering and care insurance pays for nursing home care; insurance payments are usually a fixed request any information they may have. Visit your prospective communities at amount for a specified number of qualified different times of day. Talk with residents. days. The basic daily rate is the standard Be persistent about getting your questions charge the nursing home bills to all resi- answered.

Use this checklist to judge and compare the nursing homes you call and/or visit • Is the facility Medicare-certified and/or Medicaid-certified? • Are the home and its current administrator licensed? • What type of education and training do staff members have? • How many Registered Nurses (RNs) and Certified Nursing Assistants (CNAs) are on staff? • Are background checks conducted on all staff members? • Is there a care plan developed for every resident?

• Are care plans reviewed and updated by providers and family members? • Is the interaction between residents and staff members warm and respectful? • Are public areas and resident rooms clean and comfortable? • Are there a variety of activities available for residents? • What is the staff to patient ratio at night and on weekends?

• Do staff members respond to residents’ requests for assistance promptly? • Are there enough staff members available to assist residents during meals? Does the food in the dining room look and smell appealing? • Are there handrails in hallways and grab bars in bathrooms? • Are exits clearly marked? • Is the facility outfitted with smoke detectors and sprinklers?

Adapted from Medicare’s Nursing Home checklist. For more information, see www.medicare.gov. •

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Entering & Adjusting to Nursing Care Although some people enter a nursing home temporarily for a short-term stay, it is still a difficult day for most. Reassurance from family and friends that love and contact will be maintained can ease the transition. The following steps may help lessen the trauma of this change: n

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residential living

Carriage Hill of Bethesda provides spacious accommodations in an elegant boutique-like setting with the reassurance of medical oversight and skilled nursing care. Our large residential rooms are fully furnished with complimentary telephone, cable and wifi service. Respite, palliative and hospice care are also provided by caring and well established licensed health care professionals.

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We provide an individualized plan of care known as person centered care. Understanding that each person has specialized care needs, we work together as a team to address those needs in a way that allows our residents to achieve their maximum level of independence.

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Physical, Speech and Occupational Therapists are available 7 days a week to enable our residents to progress and reach their goals in our newly renovated rehabilitation wing. This allows your Road to Home™ to be as short and obstacle free as possible. Whether recovering from illness, surgery or stroke, we can help you get back to your best and return home as quickly and safely as possible.

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Resident’s Bill of Rights

1. To be informed of your rights and rules and regulations governing your care, conduct, and responsibilities.

2. To be informed of available services and related charges. 3. To participate in planning your care and treatment. 4. To be informed of reasons for transfer or discharge and to be given reasonable, advance notice.

5. To voice grievances and recommend changes in policy. 6. To manage your personal financial affairs.

from unauthorized chemical and physical restraints.

8. To have confidential treatment of your personal and medical records and approval or refusal of their release.

9. To be treated with recognition of your dignity, individuality and privacy.

10. To not perform services for the facility without your consent.

11. To have private communication with persons of your choice and to send and receive unopened mail.

7. To be free from mental and physical abuse, and to be free

12. To participate in social, religious and community activities.

You want to live the next chapter of your life as you always have: proud and independent. The Village at Rockville provides the tools to meet that goal and a sense of security for you and your family. We offer independent living with access to all our health care services including: assisted living, skilled nursing, memory care, hospice, respite care and short-term rehabilitation through rehabilitation services. caregivers craft a customized plan by understanding your needs and goals to help you return to the life you love most. Our approach enables each guest to reach their potential confidently, efficiently and comfortably. Learn more about our community or schedule a tour by visiting www.thevillageatrockville.org or www.mypotentialrehab.org.

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paying for nursing home care Nursing home care can be expensive. There are many ways you can pay for nursing home care. For example, you can use your own money, you may be able to get help from your state, or you may use long-term care insurance. Most people who enter nursing homes begin by paying for their care out-of-pocket. As you use your resources (like bank accounts and stocks) over a period of time, you may eventually become eligible for Medicaid.

Will Medicare pay for nursing home care? Medicare generally doesn’t cover long-term care stays in a nursing home. Even if it doesn’t cover nursing home care, you’ll need health coverage for hospital care, doctor services, and medical supplies while you’re in the nursing home. Part A covers skilled care provided in a skilled nursing facility (SNF) under certain conditions for a limited time.

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Skilled care is nursing and therapy care that can only be safely and effectively performed by, or under the supervision of, professionals or technical personnel. It’s health care given when you need skilled nursing or skilled therapies to treat, manage, and observe your condition, and evaluate your care. Medicare covers certain daily skilled care services on a short-term basis (up to 100 days in a benefit period). For more information Continued on page 126

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on Medicare’s coverage of SNF care, visit Medicare.gov or call 1-800-MEDICARE (1-800-633-4227). Personal resources You can use your personal money and savings to pay for nursing home care. Some insurance companies let you use your life insurance policy to pay for long-term care. Ask your insurance agent how this works. Important: Be sure to get help before using either of these options. There are important issues you need to understand. Help from your state (Medicaid) Medicaid is a joint federal and state program that helps with medical costs for some people with limited income and resources. Most health care costs are covered if you qualify for both Medicare and Medicaid. Most, but not all, nursing homes accept Medicaid payment. Even if you pay out-of-

pocket or with long-term care insurance, you eventually may “spend down” your assets while you’re at the nursing home, so it’s good to know whether the home will accept Medicaid. Check with the nursing home to see if they accept people with Medicaid. Medicaid programs vary state to state. Most often, eligibility is based on your income and personal resources. Many states have higher Medicaid income limits for nursing home residents. You may be eligible for Medicaid coverage in a nursing home even if you haven’t qualified for other Medicaid services in the past. Sometimes you won’t be eligible for Medicaid until you’ve spent some of your personal resources on health care. Generally, even if you’re eligible for Medicaid, all of your income (except for a monthly personal needs allowance and amounts considered necessary to support your spouse and family living in the community) will go to pay your nursing home expenses and Medicaid will cover the rest. To get more information

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on Medicaid eligibility in your state, call your local Medicaid office. Information excerpted from a Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services publication. More information is available online at medicare.gov.

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solve long-term care issues

an ombudsman can help

The word “Ombudsman” is a Swedish term for a person who acts as a third party in resolving problems. A Long-Term Care Ombudsman can assist consumers who are choosing long-term care providers (nursing facilities, assisted living facilities, retirement communities, adult day care programs and home care agencies) by offering information on an individual provider’s services, history of complaints and their licensure status. Ombudsmen are advocates who work to improve the quality of life for seniors and other individuals receiving longterm care services. In addition to providing the information necessary to make an informed decision about a long-term care provider, an Ombudsman can also investigate and help resolve complaints Continued on page 128

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Fairfax Rehabilitation & Nursing Center

ince 1964, the family-owned Fairfax Rehabilitation & Nursing Center has brought a personal touch to resident care. And while our methods have modernized, we still believe in the basics. No matter how long or short your stay, we get to know you—your goals, needs and unique qualities—so that together, we can reach the best outcome. Offering excellence in rehabilitation and nursing: • Physical, occupational and speech therapy • 24-hour skilled nursing • Long- and short-term stays • Alzheimer’s care • Wound care • Respite care Call 703.273.7705 today to find out how we can help you. Fairfax Rehabilitation & Nursing Center is part of a continuum of care that includes The Woodlands Retirement Community and The Gardens Assisted Living.

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against specific long-term care providers. Utilizing volunteers, an Ombudsman can arrange for weekly visits to a long-term care facility. The overall goal of an Ombudsman is to educate the community at large about long-term care issues while simultaneously helping to train the staff of longterm care providers. An Ombudsman can inform consumers of their rights and long-term care providers of their responsibilities.

What Can an Ombudsman Do? An Ombudsman can formally address complaints and concerns. The Ombudsman strives to empower the resident first and then intervene as needed. They can assist through counseling, formal complaint investigation and negotiation. The counseling received from an Ombudsman is strictly confidential and can help individuals become an advocate for themselves or a loved one. An Ombudsman will listen to complaints and then offer information and referrals via the telephone, email or at an in-person visit to a long-term care facility.

If the concern requires a formal investigation, the Ombudsman will act as an advocate on behalf of the long-term care recipient during this investigation. He/ she will gather facts and relevant information to determine whether the complaint is valid. Then the Ombudsman will work with the long-term care recipient or their representative and the provider to determine the appropriate course to resolve the problem. This article was adapted from www.fairfaxcounty.gov/ltcombudsman, which explains the Northern Virginia LongTerm Care Ombudsman Program in detail.

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DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA Brinton Woods Health & Rehabilitation Center

202-785-2577

2131 O Street, NW

Washington 180 n n 270

n n n n

Brinton Woods Health & Rehab of Wash., D.C.

202-279-5880

1380 Southern Ave.SE

Washington 183 n n 300

350 n n n n

Carroll Manor Nursing & Rehabilitation Ctr.

202-269-7804

1150 Varnum St., NE

Washington 252 n n 330

412 n n n n

Deanwood Rehab & Wellness Ctr.

202-399-7504 5000 Nanie Helen Burroughs Ave., NE Washington 296 n n 255

Forest Hills of DC (Formerly Methodist Home of DC) 23

202-966-7623 4901 Connecticut Ave., NW

Ingleside at Rock Creek

27

202-596-3083

3050 Military Rd NW

Washington

60 n n 442

Knollwood/Army Distaff Foundation

61

202-541-0149

6200 Oregon Ave. NW

Washington

60 n n 296

Washington

50 n n 357

n n n

422 n n n n n

350 n n

Lisner-Louise-Dickson-Hurt Home

202-966-6667

5425 Western Ave. NW

Washington

60 n n 250

Sibley Hospital -Skilled Nursing- The Renaissance

202-243-5170

5255 Loughboro Rd. NW

Washington

45 n n n n

Stoddard Baptist Nursing Home

202-328-7400

1818 Newton Street, NW

Washington 164 n n 303

The Residences at Thomas Circle

202-628-3844 1330 Massachussetts Ave, NW Washington

26

2425 25th Street, SE

27 n n 357

n n n

393 n n n

Transitions Healthcare Capitol City

202-889-3600

U.S. Soldiers & Airmens Home - King Healthcare Ctr.

800-422-9988 3700 N. Capitol Street, NW

Washington 220 n n

Washington 340 n n n n n n

Unique Residential Care

202-535-1100

901 First St., NW

Washington 207 n n 200

Washington Center for Aging Services

202-541-6200

2601 18th Street, NE

200 n n

Washington 259 n n 300

n n n

ANNE ARUNDEL COUNTY FutureCare - Chesapeake

126 410-647-0015

305 College Pkwy

Arnold

152 n n 283

n n n n

Glen Burnie Health & Rehabilitation Ctr.

129 410-766-3460 7355 Furnace Branch Rd., East Glen Burnie 200 n n 141

235 n n n n

Hammonds Lane - Genesis HealthCare

122 866-745-2273

613 Hammonds Ln.

315 n n n n

Heritage Harbour Health & Rehabiliton Ctr.

129 410-897-1300

2700 South Haven Rd.

Annapolis

Marley Neck Health & Rehabilitation Ctr.

132 410-768-8200

7575 E. Howard Rd.

Glen Burnie

Brooklyn Park 117 n n 305 154 n n 209

237 n n n n

95 n n n n n n

North Arundel Health & Rehabilitation Ctr.

129

313 Hospital Dr.

Glen Burnie 111 n n 220

475 n n n n

Severna Park Ctr. - Genesis HealthCare

122 866-745-2273

24 Truckhouse Rd.

Severna Park 138 n n 342

367 n n n n

South River Healthcare Center

132 410-956-5000

144 Washington Rd.

Edgewater

107 n n n n n n

Spa Creek Ctr. - Genesis HealthCare

122 866-745-2273

35 Milkshake Ln.

Annapolis

134 n n 375

502 n n n n

Waugh Chapel Center - Genesis HealthCare

122

1221 Waugh Chapel Rd.

Gambrills

110 n n 355

461 n n n n

410-761-1222

866-745-2273

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RNH proudly offers one of the highest Steppe Memorial Building nursing staff to Providing superior care for your peace of mind... resident ratios in the area. Since opening its doors in 1977, Rockville Nursing Home has established a strong tradition of excellence within the community. Offering both short term rehabilitation services and long term care living, Rockville Nursing Home continues to provide the highest level of individualized care on a non-profit basis. With only 100 residents, our small home atmosphere fosters close relationships among residents, families, and staff.

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CARROLL COUNTY Fairhaven

70

443-974-3352

7200 Third Ave.

Sykesville

79 n 379

407 n n n n

Copper Ridge, exclusively for alz./dementia

147 410-795-8808

710 Obrecht Rd.

Sykesville

66 n n 388

402 n n n n

CHARLES COUNTY La Plata Ctr. - Genesis HealthCare

122 866-745-2273

Waldorf Healthcare Ctr.-Genesis HealthCare 122 866-745-2273

1 Magnolia Dr

La Plata

147 n n 311

330 n n n n

4140 Old Washington Hwy.

Waldorf

115 n n 279

299 n n n n

FREDERICK COUNTY Ballenger Creek Ctr. -Genesis HealthCare

122 866-745-2273

347 Ballenger Center Dr.

Frederick Adamstown

Buckingham's Choice

70

240-444-0761

3200 Baker Cir.

Glade Valley - Genesis HealthCare

122

866-745-2273

56 West Frederick St.

Homewood at Crumland Farms

65

301-644-5600

7407 Willow Rd.

130 n n 294

42 n n 356 n n

Walkersville 124 n n 306 Frederick

303 n n n n

122 n n 260

370 n n n n 282 n n n n

HOWARD COUNTY Ellicott City Healthcare Center

132 410-461-7577

3000 N. Ridge Rd.

Ellicott City 182 n n n n n n

MONTGOMERY COUNTY Althea Woodland Nursing Home Arcola Health & Rehabilitation Ctr.

301-434-2646

129 301-649-2400

Bedford Court

301-598-2900

1000 Daleview Dr.

Silver Spring

901 Arcola Ave

Silver Spring 151 n n 239

505 n n n

Silver Spring 100 n n 260

298 n n n n

132 301-598-6000

2601 Bell Pre Rd.

Silver Spring

Bethesda Health & Rehabilitation Ctr.

129 301-530-1600

5721 Grosvenor Ln.

Bethesda

Brooke Grove Retirement Village

Carriage Hill - Bethesda

90 n n n n n n 200 n n 183

254 n n n n

5550 Tuckerman Ln

North Bethesda 41 n n 230

283 n n

Insert 301-260-2320

18100 Slade School Rd

Sandy Spring 168 n n 302

123 301-897-5500

5215 W. Cedar Ln.

467 n n n 345 n n n

Collingswood Nursing & Rehabilitation Ctr.

301-897-8566

230 n n

3701 International Dr.

Bel Pre Health & Rehabilitation Ctr.

Brighton Gardens of Tuckerman Lane

50 n n 210

Bethesda

82 n 300

301-762-8900

299 Hurley Ave.

Rockville

160 n n 233

368 n n n

Fairland Nursing & Rehab Ctr.-Genesis HealthCare 122 866-745-2273

2101 Fairland Rd.

Silver Spring

92 n n 296

348 n n n n

2015 East West Hwy.

Silver Spring

74 n n 247

292 n n

Fox Chase - Genesis HealthCare

122 866-745-2273

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301-924-5100

City

17340 Quaker Ln.

Hebrew Home of Greater Washington

12-13 301-770-8476

6121 Montrose Rd.

Kensington Healthcare Center

132 301-933-0060

3000 McComas Ave.

Layhill Ctr . - Genesis HealthCare ManorCare - Bethesda

122 866-745-2273 Pull out 32 301-530-9000

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82 n n 294

403 n n n

556 n n n n n

Kensington 140 n n n n n n

3227 Bel Pre Rd

Silver Spring 191 n n 347

6530 Democracy Blvd.

ManorCare - Chevy Chase

Pull out 32 301-657-8686

8700 Jones Mill Rd.

ManorCare - Potomac

Pull out 32 301-299-2273

10714 Potomac Tennis Ln.

ManorCare - Silver Spring

Pull out 32 301-890-5552

2501 Musgrove Rd.

ManorCare - Wheaton

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301-942-2500

11901 Georgia Ave.

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Bethesda

390 n n n n

99 n n 243

299 n n n

Chevy Chase 157 n n 245

305 n n n n

Potomac

158 n n n n n n

Silver Spring 130 n n 162 Wheaton

174 n n n

94 n n 378

447 n n n

Gaithersburg 147 n n 295

570 n n n n

Montgomery Village Health Care Center

301-527-2501

19301 Watkins Mill Rd.

NMS Healthcare of Silver Spring

301-933-2500

4011 Randolph Rd.

Silver Spring 112 n n n n

Oakview Rehabilitation & Nursing Center

301-565-0300

2700 Barker Street

Silver Spring 138 n n 245

Potomac Valley Nursing & Wellness Ctr.

301-762-0700

1235 Potomac Valley Rd.

Riderwood

800-917-3141

3110 Gracefield Rd.

67

Rockville Nursing Home

133 301-279-9000

303 Adclare Rd.

Sanctuary at Holy Cross-A Trinity Sr.Living

134 301-557-1400

3415 Greencastle Rd.

Rockville

9701 Medical Center Dr. 7525 Carroll Ave.

Springbrook Nursing Ctr. - Genesis HealthCare 122 866-745-2273 12325 New Hampshire Ave. 9701 Veirs Dr

377 n n n n n n n n

100 n n 333 363 n n n 491 n n n n

Burtonsville 145 n n 277

Sligo Creek Nursing Ctr. - Genesis HealthCare 122 866-745-2273 124 301-354-8485

285 n n n n

175 n n 268

Silver Spring 132 n n 313

Shady Grove Nursing Ctr. - Genesis HealthCare 122 866-745-2273

The Village at Rockville

Rockville

134 n n 343

449 n n n n

Takoma Park 102 n n 351

Rockville

375 n n n n

Silver Spring

91 n n 293

320 n n

Rockville

160 n n 343

343 n n

Wilson Health Care Ctr. @ Asbury Methodist Vill. 135, Insert 301-216-4136

301 Russell Avenue

Gaithersburg 257 n n 263

554 n n n n

Woodside Ctr . - Genesis HealthCare

9101 Second Ave.

Silver Spring

360 n n n n

122 866-745-2273

92 n n 335

PRINCE GEORGE'S COUNTY Bradford Oaks Nursing Ctr. Genesis HealthCare 122 866-745-2273

7520 Surratts Rd.

Clinton

180 n n 305

380 n n n n 250 n n n

301-498-8558

9001 Cherry Ln.

Laurel

155 n n 199

Clinton Healthcare Center

132 301-868-3600

9211 Stuart Ln.

Clinton

267 n n n n n n

Collington, A Kendal Affiliate

68

10450 Lottsford Rd

Mitchellville

Cherry Lane Nursing Ctr.

301-679-3880

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305 n n n n

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Crescent Cities Ctr. -Genesis HealthCare

122 866-745-2273

4409 East West Hwy

Riverdale

140 n n 323

Forestville Healthcare Center

132 301-736-0240

7420 Marlboro Pike

Forestville

152 n n n n n n

Fort Washington Healthcare Center

132 301-292-0300

12021 Livingston Rd.

FutureCare - Pineview

126 301-856-2930

9106 Pineview Ln.

Gladys Spellman Speciality Hospital & Nursing Ctr.

350 n n n n

Fort Washington 150 n n n n n n Clinton

192 n n 278

n n n n

301-618-2010

2900 Mercy Ln.

Cheverly

110 n n 130

230 n n n

Heartland Health Care Ctr.- Hyattsville

Pull out 32 301-559-0300

6500 Riggs Rd.

Hyattsville

150 n n 175

220 n n n

Heartland Health Care Ctr.- Adelphi

Pull out 32 301-434-0500

1801 Metzerott Rd.

Adelphi

200 n n 150

250 n n n

Hillhaven Assisted Living, Nursing & Rehab. Ctr 94, 136 301-937-3939

3210 Powder Mill Rd

Adelphi

66 n 295

337 n n n

Larkin Chase - Genesis HealthCare

122 866-745-2273

15005 Health Center Dr.

Bowie

120 n n 322

365 n n n n

Magnolia Center - Genesis HealthCare

122 866-745-2273

8200 Good Luck Rd.

Lanham

104 n n 256

368 n n n n

Largo

130 n n 147

243 n n n n

ManorCare - Largo

301-350-5555

600 Largo Rd.

NMS Healthcare of Hyattsville

Pull out 32

301-864-2333

4922 LaSalle Rd.

Patuxent River Health & Rehabilitation Center 129

410-792-4717

14200 Laurel Park Dr.

Riderwood

800-917-3141

3110 Gracefield Rd.

301-277-6500

5805 Queens Chapel Rd.

67

Sacred Heart Home, Inc. Please confirm all information with communities. 

Hyattsville 260 n n 218 Laurel

150 n n 207

n n n n

457 n n

Silver Spring 132 n n 313

n n n n

Hyattsville 100 n 190 n

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3800 Lottsford Vista Rd.

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Mitchellville 101 n n n n n n

TALBOT COUNTY Bayleigh Chase

70

410-924-8760

501 Dutchman's Lane

Easton

90 n n 270

304 n n n n

WASHINGTON COUNTY Homewood at Williamsport

65

877-849-9244

16505 Virginia Ave.

Williamsport 80 n n 277

294 n n n n

ALEXANDRIA COUNTY Envoy Health of Alexandria

703-684-9100

900 Virginia Ave.

Alexandria

Fountains at Washington House,The Goodwin House - Alexandria

31

Hermitage of Northern Virginia

90

111 n n 199

272 n n n

703-539-5303

5100 Fillmore Ave.

703-824-1233

4800 Fillmore Ave.

Alexandria

55 n 238

238 n n n

Alexandria

80 n n 330

476 n

703-797-3800

5000 Fairbanks Ave.

Alexandria

40 352

370 n n n n 365 n n n

Mt. Vernon Nursing and Rehabilitation Center 125 703-360-4000

8111 Tiswell Dr.

Alexandria 130 n n 263

Woodbine Rehabilitation & Healthcare Center 128 703-836-8838

2729 King Street

Alexandria 307 n n 236

n n n n

ARLINGTON COUNTY Cherrydale Health & Rehabilitation Center HCR/ManorCare - Arlington

703-243-7640

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best design practices for dementia care facilities Perkins Eastman Research Collaborative and the Alzheimer’s Foundation of America (AFA) recently published a white paper, “Excellence in Design: Optimal Living Space for People With Alzheimer’s Disease and Related Dementias.” Release of this report comes as incidence of Alzheimer’s disease is escalating nationwide. Currently, it is estimated that more than 5 million Americans are living with the brain disorder, and that number is expected to triple by mid-century. Together, Perkins Eastman and the AFA developed “Excellence in Design” with the goal of fostering a continuous dialogue within the architectural and interior design community, as well as the long-term care industry about how best to design supportive and therapeutic residential settings for the dementia population. AFA originally approached Perkins Eastman to explore the intersection of dementia care and forward-thinking

senior housing design. The resulting report illustrates how experts’ evolved understanding of the disease has inspired the design of flexible facilities with firstrate amenities and high-quality, personcentered care that allow individuals to live comfortably and with dignity. “Excellence in Design” offers step-bystep guidelines to enhance the physical environment to support a person’s remaining abilities and provide a safe, supportive, enriching, empowering and person-centered care setting. The report also details all aspects of an environment’s impact on daily living. “Everyone wants—and deserves—a supportive place he or she can call home,” says Emily Chmielewski EDAC, an Associate with Perkins Eastman and the report’s author. “Our goal in developing this report was to present a philosophy of both care and design that will help change the long-term care landscape to meet the needs of residents, their families and professional caregivers.” According to Carol Steinberg, AFA’s Tell them you saw it in the SourceBook

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a special care residence may be the right option Certification standards for nursing homes and adult care residences do not specifically address special care units. You will need to rely on your own judgment when considering a special care unit. Visit more than one special care unit and compare them. Use all your senses when you visit — sight, smell and hearing are all important. Be sensitive to the overall atmosphere and how the staff interacts with the residents. Ask about the number of staff on duty at all times and find out about any special training they have had. Generally, the more staff available, the higher the quality of care. Some reports find a daytime ratio of six residents to one staff person to be adequate in a special care unit; others

feel that a ratio of eight to one can also result in quality care. At night, when residents are in bed, a higher patient to staff ratio may be fine. Get a written description of the services and programs offered by any special care unit along with the charges or fees associated. This description should clearly explain to you how the special care unit differs from the rest of the nursing home or assisted living facility. It should emphasize special training the staff receives and describe the environment. Before choosing a special care unit, you should be confident that the higher price charged for care in the unit will actually result in better care for your relative. You may find that your relative can be adequately cared for in a regular unit.

Finally, talk with someone about special care units. Your state ombudsman, your local chapter of the Alzheimer’s Association or your local Area Agency on Aging are all good resources. They may be able to provide you with a more detailed consumer checklist to help you compare special care units. All dementia special care units should focus on the individual needs of the resident. Care plans should be developed, implemented and reviewed often. All patients should be treated with respect and dignity in a physical environment that encourages independence while promoting safety. Researching special care residences can ensure your loved one will receive the proper support he/she needs.

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names or appointments, but remembering miliar location, managing a budget at work or remembering the rules of a favorthem later. ite game. 2. Challenges in planning or What’s typical? Occasionally needing solving problems help to use the settings on a microwave or Some people may experience changes to record a television show. in their ability to develop and follow a plan or work with numbers. They may 4. Confusion with time or place People with Alzheimer’s can lose track have trouble following a familiar recipe or of dates, seasons and the passage of time. keeping track of monthly bills. They may They may have trouble understanding have difficulty concentrating and take something if it is not happening immemuch longer to do things than they did diately. Sometimes they may forget where before. they are or how they got there. What’s typical? Making occasional erWhat’s typical? Getting confused rors when balancing a checkbook. about the day of the week but figuring it 3. Difficulty completing familiar out later. tasks at home, at work or at leisure Information from the Alzheimer’s Association website. Visit www.alz.org or call People with Alzheimer’s often find it 1.800.272.3900 for information, referrals hard to complete daily tasks. Sometimes, people may have trouble driving to a fa- and support.

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alzheimer’s association report sheds new light on scope of disease According to the 2013 Alzheimer’s Disease Facts and Figures report, one in three seniors dies with Alzheimer’s or another dementia in the United States. The report shows that while deaths from other major diseases, such as heart disease, HIV/AIDS and stroke, continue to experience significant declines, Alzheimer’s deaths continue to rise – increasing 68 percent from 2000-2010. “Unfortunately, today there are no Alzheimer’s survivors. If you have Alzheimer’s disease, you either die from it or die with it,” said Harry Johns, president and CEO of the Alzheimer’s Association. “Now we know that one in three seniors dies with Alzheimer’s disease or another dementia. Urgent, meaningful action is necessary, particularly as more and more

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erbate as the disease progresses, the high levels of care required by family members and friends can often result in increased emotional stress and health challenges for caregivers. Due to the physical and emotional toll of caregiving, Alzheimer’s and dementia caregivers had $9.1 billion in additional health care costs of their own in 2012. The burden on the nation’s health care system and government programs is also enormous. According to Alzheimer’s Association 2013 Facts and Figures, the total payments for health and long-term care services for people with Alzheimer’s and other dementias will total $203 billion in 2013, the lion’s share of which will be borne by Medicare and Medicaid with combined costs of $142 billion. Despite these staggering figures today, by 2050 total costs will increase 500 percent to $1.2 trillion. “Alzheimer’s disease steals everything — steadily, relentlessly, inevitably.

With baby boomers reaching the age of caregivers for people with Alzheimer’s elevated risk, we do not have time to do or another dementia are “long-distance caregivers” — caring what we have always for people with Aldone,” said Robert Egge, According to the zheimer’s disease who vice president of public live at least 1 hour away. policy for the Alzheim2013 Alzheimer’s These long-distance er’s Association. “The Disease Facts and caregivers had annual National Institutes of out-of-pocket expenses Health needs to reset its Figures report, one in nearly twice as high priorities and focus its three seniors dies with as local caregivers – resources on the crisis at Alzheimer’s or another $9,654 compared to our doorstep, and Con$5,055. gress must fully fund dementia in the United implementation of the The Alzheimer’s AsStates. National Alzheimer’s sociation is the world’s Plan to solve the crisis.” leading voluntary health organization in Alzheimer’s care, support Special Focus on the Longand research and offers a variety of educaDistance Caregiving Experience tional and support resources, including its The Alzheimer’s Association 2013 24/7, toll-free Helpline (1.800.272.3900), Facts and Figures also explores the chal- care consultation and online resources. lenges faced by long-distance caregivers The full text of the report can be viewed at for people living with Alzheimer’s. The www.alz.org/alzheimers_disease_facts_ report finds that nearly 15 percent of and_figures.asp.

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Spotlight on Alzheimer’s/Memory Care Aarondale Retirement Community (See p. 10)

6929 Matthews Place, Springfield, VA 2215 • 703-813-1800 • www.rui.net

The Laurels at Aarondale provides specialized, dedicated care that preserves the dignity and independence of residents with memory impairment. The private apartments surround a comfortable common living room, dining room and nurse’s station. Our program of carefully selected daily routines and recreational activities, focus on maintaining the resident’s current abilities. We enrich daily life by providing the emotional support, socialenvironment and appropriate leisure activities for each resident. Visit Aarondale, we offer the best specialty care for dementia in the area!

Arbor Place Dementia Care (See p. 107)

4413 Muncaster Mill Rd, Rockville, MD 20852 • 301-924-0666 • www.arborpl.com

Founded by a Geriatric Psychiatrist and managed by a full time Director of Nursing, Arbor Place delivers the highest standard in dementia care. By design, Arbor Place is constructed to meet the very specific needs of 16 residents. The key to caring for persons with dementia is to minimize anxiety and to enrich each individual’s day. The size of the space and the decor are deliberately arranged to prevent agitation as well as to keep every resident safe, secure and in sight of the remarkable care giving team. Throughout years of success working with those dealing with dementia and their families, Arbor Place provides extraordinary medical oversight, tailored activities, and programming for cognitive impairment. Contact Walter H. Fanburg, MD at (301) 924-0666 or visit www.arborpl.com for additional information.

Arbor Terrace Sudley Manor (See p. 116)

7750 Garner Drive, Manassas, VA 20109 • 703-392-9797 • www.sudleymanorhouse.com

Arbor Terrace Sudley Manor’s Memory Care enclave is a specifically designed neighborhood within the community. It provides expanded services, personalized programs, and increased staff to resident ratio. Our dedicated staff is highly trained in the physical, psychological, and emotional aspects of Alzheimer’s and dementia. We encourage activities that promote life skill retention and quality of life. Our compassionate staff make a difference every day - and that difference makes Arbor Terrace Sudley Manor home.

Arden Courts Alzheimer’s Assisted Living (See pull out pages 32-33)

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Arden Courts, designed by HCR ManorCare, is an assisted living residence created for individuals in the early to middle stages of Alzheimer’s disease and other related memory impairments. Every detail - from the layout and activities to the specially trained staff and individualized attention - is designed to make life simpler, safer and more fulfilling for our residents. We provide an environment that preserves the warmth, the caring, the comforts and routines of home. 100% dedicated to Alzheimer’s care.

Asbury Methodist Village: (See insert 112-113, 135) Kindley Assisted Living, 333 Russell Avenue, Gaithersburg, MD 20877, 301-987-6045 Wilson Health Care Center, 301 Russell Avenue, Gaithersburg, MD 20877, 301-216-4136 Lifestyle options for residents experiencing memory loss are abundant at Asbury Methodist Village. Offering both Kindley Assisted Living Memory Support Care, and Morning Glory Terrace neighborhood in Wilson Health Care Center, we invite you to connect with our team to help determine the right environment for your loved one. When you live at Kindley Assisted Living, so many things become possible. You’ll have a caring team of people available to assist you with living the life you want. Instead of relying on your children or other loved ones for support with chores or daily tasks, you can spend your time together visiting – maybe at lunch or a special event. Build a satisfying life in a private apartment surrounded by the things you love. Kindley is open to Asbury residents, as well as those who do not live on campus. Residents with Alzheimer’s disease or other forms of memory loss will find compassionate, expert care in the Morning Glory Terrace neighborhood within Wilson Health Care Center. Customized care is offered in a comforting, structured environment designed to provide day-to-day support in a secure setting that honors residents’ dignity and independence as much as possible.

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Copper Ridge is a nationally recognized leader in dementia living for over 20 years. Now imagine this community without walls. Here you will find even more than assisted living and skilled nursing. Support is available from outpatient clinics to caregiver education and wellness programs. The Integrace Institute furthers our goal to improve the quality of life for those with dementia and their loved ones through on-going research and education. Coming soon in 2016: The Peabody Club, an Integrace adult day and night program, and the Bistro, drop-in dining for those with dementia and their families. Copper Ridge – You don’t have to live here to be a part of our family.

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Forest Side is a dedicated to providing personalized, resident centered care to individuals experiencing Alzheimer’s and other dementia related conditions in an elegant and safe environment. Programs and activities are focused on the meeting the physical, social, mental, emotional, spiritual and environmental health needs of all residents, thus enabling the highest quality of life possible. Forest Side is comprised of 33 private studio and one bedroom apartments and represents the state of the art in accommodations. Opened in 2011, the community is the newest specialized memory Experience an exceptional quality of care assisted living in DC. As part of Forest Hills of DC (formerly the Methodist Home) family life at Forest Side, where true resident centered carethe is our peace mission. of mind that comes with knowing that a highly rated skilled nursing/ members experience rehabilitation /long term care center is there should their loved one require maximum personal care. Forest Hills of DC and Forest Side is an independent, private, not for profit, mission driven organization. A Methodist Home of DC Community

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Great Falls Assisted Living, A Memory Care Community (See p. 141)

1121 Reston Avenue • Herndon, Virginia 20170 • 703-421-0690 • www.GreatFallsAssistedLiving.com

Great Falls is a memory specific community designed for the care of individuals with Alzheimer’s disease, dementia or other memory loss. Our secure, innovative “neighborhoods” give residents a feeling of freedom and community. Our specially designed courtyards and walking paths allow residents to safely enjoy the fresh air and sunshine. Family involvement is encouraged and championed by our team through family support groups and educational opportunities. Monthly residency agreements with three levels of care make Great Falls an excellent choice and value. Call or visit today to experience the Great Falls difference for yourself and your loved one.

Greenfield Senior Living of Stafford (See p. 117)

30 Kings Crest Drive, Stafford, VA 22554 • 540-288-9353 • www.greenfieldseniorliving.com

At Greenfield of Stafford, our Reflections program specializes in caring for residents with Alzheimer’s, Dementia and other memory-related conditions. Our program supports each one of our residents by appreciating their existing abilities, while promoting freedom and dignity through activities that are familiar and comfortable. Our skilled staff, Signature Wellness Care Program, and personalized activities make Greenfield an excellent choice in senior care. Ultimately though it is the close relationship created by our caregivers, residents and families that make our community a comfortable place to work, live and visit. To schedule your personal tour, please give us a call at 540-288-9353.

Insight Memory Care Center (formerly Alzheimer’s Family Day Center) (See p. 188) 3953 Pender Drive, Suite 100, Fairfax, VA 22030 • 703-204-4664 • InsightMCC.org, imcc@insightmcc.org

Providing an alternative to assisted living and nursing home care for over 30 years, this non-profit adult day health program offers practical help for families and support and education programs for caregivers facing the day-to-day challenge of dementia-related illness. We provide each participant with individualized care plans and recreational therapies, including art therapy, music therapy, dance, physical therapy and Tai Chi exercises to maximize mobility and flexibility. Trained in dementia care, our bilingual staff focus on people’s strengths, engaging the participants in an uplifting environment. IMCC is the only dementia specific day center in the area and the only program for late-stage Alzheimer’s care. Tell them you saw it in the SourceBook

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Spotlight on Alzheimer’s/Memory Care Kensington Park Retirement Community (See p. 18)

3620 Littledale Rd., Kensington, MD 20895 • 301-946-7700 • www.kensingtonretirement.com

Situated on eight acres in Southern Montgomery County, The Gardens at Kensington Park provides exceptional memory support for individuals with various forms of cognitive impairment. Specialized programming focuses on life enrichment, provided with gentle respect and warmth in a secure environment. Residents are nurtured physically, emotionally and spiritually through many different therapeutic activities. The soothing décor is complimented with spectacular park views, a lively aquarium and the aromatic, stimulating memory garden. Our residents and staff are eager to meet you. To schedule your personal tour, call 301-946-7700 or visit www.kensingtonretirement.com.

Olney Assisted Living Community (See p. 140)

16940 Georgia Avenue,Olney, MD 20832 • 301-570-0525 • www.olneymemorycare.com

Led by an experienced team of professionals, Olney Assisted Living Community is specifically designed for those with memory loss. Olney Assisted Living provides compassionate care in a thoughtfully designed environment, including a secure courtyard and walking paths. It offers personalized care based on each resident’s experiences and abilities, healthy, well-balanced meals based on a Mediterranean diet, and life enrichment programming with the goal of enhancing cognition, feelings of accomplishment, and quality of life. Peace of mind and dedication to families are hallmarks of our philosophy of care.

The Crossings At Chantilly (See p. 79) 2980 Centreville Road, Herndon, VA 20171 • 703-994-4561 • www.thecrossingsatchantilly.com

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Opening Soon, The Crossings at Chantilly is the newest Harmony Senior Services community to integrate the Harmony Square Memory Care neighborhood into the Continuum of Care Campus. A part of Herndon’s newest assisted living community, and comprised of 24 suites, Harmony Square is an area dedicated specifically to our residents that have been diagnosed with dementia. Our community will provide an experienced, highly trained care team, spacious private suites in a warm, home-like setting, and a superb staff-to-resident ratio enabling maximum oversight and interaction. In addition, Harmony Square will offer a state-of-the-art communication system, lush gardens and outdoor courtyard, 24/7 nursing care and daily life enhancement programs and outings. At Harmony, we put our passion for life to work, creating and managing thriving communities where seniors can enjoy the comforts of home, the care of professionals and the energy of life.

The Residences at Thomas Circle, In-Town Senior Living (See p. 26)

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The City Club at The Residences at Thomas Circle offers compassionate care for those with Alzheimer’s or other memory challenges. Recent enhancements to this dynamic neighborhood include newly refurbished common areas and suites as well as the implementation of our Avenues Program. Avenues programing serves every aspect of an individual with kindness, respect and ensures recognition of their life’s achievements. This step-by-step customized program is directed by a certified, highly trained staff that provides 24-hour individualized care. The City Club at Thomas Circle promotes a fulfilling life of choice in compassionate, intimate surroundings that include private or semi-private suites. Residents benefit from unparalleled security and peace of mind for the future because The Residences at Thomas Circle is the only in-town senior living community to offer an on-site continuum of health services. Please call 202-628-3844 to schedule a visit and see for yourself what our circle of caring is all about

The Sylvestery (See p. 143)

1728 Kirby Road, McLean, VA 22101 • 703-970-2700 • www.thesylvestery.org At The Sylvestery, we believe that for those in need of memory support, every moment is an opportunity to experience meaning through a program of engagement-based care and stimulation. Unprecedented partnerships with innovative technology leaders support our state of-the-art quality of care and our building’s unique, award-winning layout, featuring 36 private suites with private baths, creates a comfortable and secure place for your loved one to call home.

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Spotlight on Alzheimer’s/Memory Care Tall Oaks Assisted Living (See p. 142)

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Tall Oaks Assisted Living is excited to introduce its new Reflections Memory Care Program for Alzheimer’s residents in our intimate assisted living environment. Specialized training, careful selection of caregivers, and a resident-focused approach are hallmarks of the Reflections program. Our goal is to enhance resident engagement, provide opportunities for success based on current abilities, and to build positive relationships. With around-the-clock nursing supervision and our spacious design, our residents are provided with loving care, comfort, and security, bringing peace of mind to their families.

Woodbine Rehabilitation & Healthcare Center (See p. 128) 2729 King Street, Alexandria, VA 22302 • www.woodbinerehab.com

Progressive care has been Woodbine’s hallmark since 1965, and our record of success has set the standard. A special wing of Woodbine is designed for residents with Alzheimer’s disease and memory disorders. Our staff receives special education from the Alzheimer’s Association plus instruction in validation therapy, an innovative concept for calming the fears of those with memory problems. Activities such as music therapy, reality orientation, reminiscing, seniorobics, modified bingo and stress relief techniques reduce anxiety and encourage interaction.

Woodland Assisted Living (See p. 114)

39705 Wenner Rd. P.O. Box 99 Lovettsville, Va 20180 • 540-226-4481 • www.woodlandhome.com

In the picture to the left are the owners Shauna & Frank Hyatt with 2 current residents, Elvenia & Mae. We have owned and managed Woodland for 22 years and have developed a unique Alzheimer’s/dementia philosophy and program. Our philosophy is based on the maxim that ‘small is better’ with the right amount of professionally trained staff. Our program is a ‘continually improving’ dementia care plan. Because of our small size, (17 residents) we can personally interact with our residents, their families, medical professionals, our nurse and our staff to offer an individualized dementia care plan. We spend many hours working with this team to get the right balance for the benefit of an enriched and enhanced quality of life for our residents with dementia.

life with dementia. Imagine a dementia community without walls. That’s what you’ll find at Copper Ridge, the destination for dementia support since 1995. Here, there’s much more than assisted living and skilled nursing. We offer a world of services—from outpatient rehabilitation to care partner education— all designed to support your family and engage your loved one in meaningful ways every day. Stop in or visit CopperRidge.org and see how we can transform your family’s journey with dementia today.

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find hospice care A patient and family may turn to hospice care when the goals of patient care have switched from curing to comforting. Hospice involves a special system of supportive services, including pain and symptom management, social services, and emotional and spiritual support. Any individual of any age with a diagnosis of a terminal disease may turn to hospice.

als and volunteers work to serve the special needs of everyone involved. Choice is at the center of the hospice approach — a person faced with a life-limiting illness is encouraged to remain in control of his or her life. As care is usually provided in one’s home, many hospice patients live out their lives in the comfort of familiar daily routines, surrounded by their treasured possessions along with family and friends. How Does One Receive Hospice However, hospice services may also be Care? provided in long-term care facilities or inMedicare, Medicaid or private insur- patient hospice residential settings. ance generally require a prognosis of six months or less for services to be covered. What Services are Provided? In addition to traditional medical hospices, Hospice team members focus primarily there is a non-medical hospice program in on managing the patient’s pain and sympMontgomery County that offers support for toms with medication, medical supplies patients with a year’s prognosis or less who and equipment. Other services, such as may choose to continue their curative treat- speech and physical therapy, are available ments. if necessary. If managing the symptoms Hospice is unique in that care and sup- within the home becomes impossible, hosport are provided to the entire family, not pice providers can offer short-term inpajust the patient. A team of skilled profession- tient care.

While family members learn how to properly care for the patient, information and support is also available to help everyone deal with the emotional, psychosocial and spiritual aspects of dying. Surviving loved ones will receive bereavement care and counseling from the hospice professionals. How Do I Pay for Hospice? Most services are fully or partially covered by Medicare, Medicaid, private insurers or prepaid health plans. The nonmedical services available in Montgomery County are free and delivered by a staff of trained volunteers. For traditional hospice services, financial assistance is available. Adapted from Caring Connection’s and the American Cancer Society’s websites. For more information, see www.caringinfo.org or the information on hospice care at www.cancer.org.

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Finding a Support Group Many grieving people wonder if they would benefit from joining a support group. Support groups are a time-tested method of help for people struggling with all sorts of difficulties. But groups are not magic: there are no words that can be uttered within a group setting that can make grief disappear.

Will a support group help? Groups are places to work together to support one another; they are places where everyone gives and takes. Not everyone will find a support group suitable; each individual grieves in his or her own way. For many, however, support groups have much to offer, such as: Validation: Grief is experienced in so many ways -- physical, emotional, and spiritual. One needs a place to recognize that these reactions are part of the journey of grief. Being with other grieving people can reaffirm that one is not going crazy. While every loss is unique, through support groups one can bask in the support of others who have experienced loss and understand. Time away: For many people, their support group can be a break in the loneliness and the boredom that often come with grief. Suggestions for coping: There is no one solution to dealing with loss; members of a support groups can offer a range of alternatives. By listening to stories of how others cope with a particular problem, one can find the solution that might work best. Support groups offer two other gifts. They provide hope by providing models that reaffirm that one can survive loss. Participating in a support group can also help the griever find new empathy, new understandings, and renewed strength.

How to find a group Most hospices provide grief support groups, even to those who didn’t use hospice services. Funeral homes, hospitals, and places of worship will also have grief support resources and may be able to point to a support group. There are also national grief support organizations with local chapters that host support groups.

Support Group Resources The Compassionate Friends Support after the death of a child AARP Grief and Loss Resources Support after the death of a senior National Widower’s Organization Support for men grieving a loss American Foundation for Suicide Prevention Support for suicide survivors Griefnet.org Support for adults grieving a loss Hellogrief.org Support for adults and kids grieving a loss

Provided by Hospice Foundation of America. For more information, visit hospicefoundation.org or call 800.854.3402.

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For more information, please visit www.hospicechesapeake.org or call 410.987.2003.

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Myths and Facts About Hospice Myth: Hospice is where you go when there is “nothing else to be done.” Reality: Hospice is the “something more” that can be done for the patient and the family when the illness cannot be cured. It is a concept based on comfort-oriented care. Referral into hospice is a movement into another mode of therapy, which may be more appropriate for terminal care. Myth: Families should be isolated from a dying patient. Reality: Hospice staff believe that when family members (including children) experience the dying process in a caring environment, it helps counteract the fear of their own mortality and the mortality of their loved one. Myth: Hospice care is more expensive. Reality: Studies have shown hospice care to be no more costly. Frequently, it is less expensive than conventional care during the last six months of life. Less high-cost technology is used and family, friends and volunteers provide 90 percent of the day-to-day patient care at home. Additionally, patients eligible for Medicare or Medicaid will pay few out-of-pocket expenses related to their hospice care. Most private insurers also cover some or most hospice related expenses. Myth: You can’t keep your own doctor if you enter hospice. Reality: Hospice physicians work closely with your doctor of choice to determine a plan of care.

Information from the Hospice Foundation of America. To learn more, visit www.hospicefoundation.org

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tance. In this neighborhood, you can get assistance from trusted volunteers and providers with one phone call. This type of neighborhood is becoming a reality, and the Washington, D.C. region and the state of Maryland are the launching pad for several.

ers say they want to stay in their homes and close to family and friends as long as possible, according to a survey by AARP. The challenge these individuals face, however, is that if they do nothing to prepare for future needs, they may not be able to continue living in their homes as long as they would like. How it All Started Residents of Beacon Hill, a downContinued on page 164 Nearly 90 percent of Baby Boom-

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main at home. Sold in varying shapes and sizes, holding large to small pills, medication management devices can beep, flash, and text patients and caregivers when it is time to take a medication or text when a medication is missed. They can be purchased with monthly services to allow distant caregivers the ability to manage medications. Devices range from $299.00 to $999.00. Tracking devices are also available that allow people to be found quickly if they wander. These tracking devices can be worn as watches, placed in a shoe as an insert, worn on a belt or worn around the neck as a pendant. According to the Montgomery County Police – Project Lifesaver, it is imperative that an individual is found quickly, because for each moment lost, the search grid expands to a size that makes it almost impossible for individuals to be found. With that in mind, when choosing a tracking device, it is important to know

how soon the device will notify caregivers the person is wandering. Very few of the devices currently on the market can give an exact location. Newer models also include two-way voice communication. The assistive technology market also includes devices that can monitor health, sleep patterns and movement in the house. House sensors can monitor water leakage, movement in the bathroom, movement in and out of a bed or a chair, as well as the opening and closing of cabinets or doors. Finally, there are sensors that can turn off appliances if there has been no movement in a certain amount of time. Using the power of new technologies, caregivers can provide independent, safe living environments for their parents or other loved ones and still have peace of mind. By working with loved ones and professionals, seniors can easily create secure environments where they can age in place.

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formation concerning government benefits. Skilled nursing care will be paid for by Medicare as long as it is determined to be “intermittent skilled care,” which includes occupational, respiratory, speech and physical therapy. To be covered, care must be ordered by a doctor. Individuals who meet income requirements may be eligible to receive skilled nursing services through Medicaid. Major medical health insurance will also cover a limited number of skilled home visits. Costs for these services vary greatly depending upon coverage by Medicare, Medicaid and private insurance. Contact your local Office on Aging or State Department of Health to find out if there are funds from social services block grants available to cover home care costs.

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than curative treatments for an illness. It usually involves a team approach to care, My father is terminally ill, and with doctors, nurses, social workers, and I have been doing research other professionals coordinating care about possible options for his that focuses on physical, emotional, and care. I came across information spiritual needs. about hospice care, but I am Original Medicare will cover hospice not sure what it is. Does Medi- care if your father meets all of the followcare cover hospice, and if so, ing criteria: what are the requirements? • He has Medicare Part A — Erik (Allentown, PA) • The hospice medical director (and his doctor, if he has one) certifies that your Dear Erik, father has a terminal illness (his life Hospice is a type of health care expectancy is six months or less) intended to provide compassionate, • Your father signs a statement electing comprehensive, quality care for indito have Medicare pay for palliative care viduals with a terminal illness who such as pain management, rather than are facing the end of life. Hospice care care to try to cure his condition focuses on providing comfort and pain • His terminal condition is documented management (palliative care), rather in his medical record

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marci’s medicare answers face meetings with a hospice doctor or hip-related care. nurse practitioner before the start of each The Medicare hospice benefit covers many different services, including skilled subsequent 60-day benefit period. The meeting must take place no earlier than nursing care, prescription drugs related to pain relief and symptom control, spiri- 30 days before the new benefit period to confirm that your tual counseling, and father still qualifies more. Medicare will Delaying Part B for hospice care. cover these services enrollment involves making If you think your if they are listed on a father is eligible for beneficiary’s plan of sure you can enroll in Part hospice services, care. B later without a penalty or you two should The hospice speak with his docbenefit includes gap in coverage. tor about this care, two 90-day hospice and request that his benefit periods followed by an unlimited number of 60-day doctor contact a Medicare-certified hospice on his behalf. There may be several benefit periods. Your father must have Medicare-certified hospice facilities in a face-to-face meeting with a hospice doctor or nurse practitioner if he reaches your area. If the first one that you contact his third benefit period. The third benefit is unable to help, try contacting others. 
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Dear Marci, I am going to be 65 soon but am still working and covered by my employer plan. I qualify for premium-free Part A, but do not want to take Part B yet. Should I enroll in Part B when I become eligible? – Mia (San Luis Obispo, CA) Dear Mia, The answer to this question depends on your specific situation. Generally speaking, you can delay enrolling in Part B (and not enroll during your Initial Enrollment Period (IEP)) without incurring a late-enrollment penalty if you are still working or your spouse is still working and you have insurance from that work. Before delaying Part B enrollment, there are a few things you should consider. The first is how and when you will sign

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Home Car e up for Part B when your employer insurance ends. Because you are still working, you will be eligible for a Part B Special Enrollment Period (SEP). This enrollment period allows beneficiaries who delay Medicare enrollment while they are covered by their or their spouse’s current employer insurance to enroll later. You will not have to wait for the General Enrollment Period (GEP) that runs from January through March, and you will not have a penalty for delaying enrollment. Your SEP runs from now through eight months after the month in which you stop working, or your insurance ends, whichever comes first. The next thing you should consider is how Medicare will work with your current employer insurance. When someone has Medicare and an employer group health plan, Medicare either pays first or second in coordination with the employer plan.

current employer insurance if your company has 20 or more employees. This means that your employer insurance will pay first on health care claims, and then Medicare may pick up some or all of the remaining costs. If this is the case, you can delay Part B without creating a gap in coverage.

2. Medicare pays primary to your current employer insurance if your company has fewer than 20 employees. In this case, should sign up for Part B. If you delay Part B enrollment and continue to use your employer coverage as your primary insurance, you may run into problems. For example, your employer insurance may take back payments it made mistakenly as the primary insurance while you were Medicare-eligible. If you decide to delay Part B enrollment you should call the Social Security Administration at 800-772-1213 or visit a local office to let them know. You should 1. Medicare pays secondary to your ensure you fully understand the conse-

quences of delaying enrollment. Keep a record of your conversation with the Social Security staff. You should also keep record of your employer coverage for the time you are covered because you will need this information when you sign up for Part B at a later time. Delaying Part B enrollment involves making sure you can enroll in Part B later without a penalty or gap in coverage. You should also make sure your current insurance will continue to provide adequate coverage. It is important to consider your situation carefully before delaying enrollment in Part B. —Marci Marci’s Medicare Answers is a service of the Medicare Rights Center (www.medicarerights.org), the nation’s largest independent source of information and assistance for people with Medicare. To subscribe to “Dear Marci,” MRC’s free educational enewsletter, visit http://www.medicarerights. org/newsletter-sign-up-form/.

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been founded based on the same principles in the United States and beyond. In fact, by the tenth anniversary of the original Beacon Hill, more than 60 Villages had opened. These Villages are all connected through the Village-to-Village Network, which is a means for villages to learn from each other, exchange ideas, pool resources and share tools.

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key components of this network, which serves seven million Americans age 60 and over as well as 325,000 caregivers, are the Administration on Aging, the State Units of Aging, and the Area Agencies on Aging.

information assistance to the general public, the AoA developed the Eldercare Locator in 1991, connecting Americans and their caregivers with information about local services. The program puts individuals in touch with local AAAs Administration on Aging (AoA) and other community-based organizaAs the leader of the Network, AoA works tions. To contact the Eldercare Locator, primarily to increase awareness amongst call 1-800-677-1116 or visit www.eldergovernment agencies, organizations and care.gov. the general public in regards to the needs of the older American population. In addi- State Units on Aging tion to recommending policy and developThe State Units on Aging (SUA) serve ing regulations, AoA is also responsible for as the state arm of the AoA. SUAs coorproviding grants to worthwhile projects. dinate services in their states by workThe AoA can be reached at www.aoa.gov or ing with a variety of state agencies and 202-619-0724. other public and private organizations. State Units also award grants to AAAs Eldercare Locator to help create community specific proIn an effort to provide nationwide grams.

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harles Doerrler grew up in Erie, Pennsylvania. He lived in the area for many years before moving to the Washington, D.C., region to work as a government contractor. Growing up near Lake Erie, Charles was actively involved in water sports. He even spent time scuba diving in the Lake. He also took an early interest in hypnosis. After teaching himself the technique, he would hypnotize his friends for fun. When Charles was only 15 years old, his father passed away. Following his father’s death, Charles immediately began working to put himself through school. He graduated from nearby Gannon College in 1961 with a degree in Business Administration and a minor in Finance. Several years after graduating, Charles married Kay, who worked as a bookkeeper. The couple went on to have three children: Bob, Sally and Bill. Charles spent much of his children’s young lives attending

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f you took a poll of older adults and asked each person if they wanted to remain in their own home until the end of their life, most people would say, “of course.” That is a wonderful goal, which often takes a lot of sound planning to be successful. Anything can get in the way—accidents, illness, lack of energy, declining physical abilities—of achieving your desired independence. It is hard to give up even a little autonomy, but asking for assistance can help keep you where you want to be—in your own home.

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These services must be obtained from a state licensed home health agency certified to provide Medicare-reimbursed services. They may be freestanding agencies, or they may be part of a large, hospital-based organization. Licensed home health services are usually time-limited, ending when you have met the goals of treatment and the need for the skilled care has ended. If you have enrolled in a Medicare Advantage program, you may also have access to additional services such as home visits after a hospitalization.

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Many other care services are provided in the home but are not licensed or paid for by Medicare. An Aging Life Care Manager can help you understand what they can offer, access reputable services, and monitor them on an on-going basis.

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medical aides, companions and homemakers—who many people hire privately. If you do, you or your family should check at least two work-related references, develop a specific set of tasks and expectations for the caregiver, arrange to pay all appropriate taxes, and have the required insurance coverage. Caregiver services can also be arranged through an agency. While this may cost more per hour than hiring an aide yourself, hiring an agency assures you of coverage when the aide is sick, on vacation or quits. The agency also carries liability insurance and is responsible for all employment taxes and employee bonding. An Aging Life Care Manager can help you find a reputable agency and get important questions answered, such as: do they check police and driver license records; do they provide supervision; how do they handle cancellations; and how long have they been in business? Phyllis Mensh Brostoff, CISW, CMC, is a social worker and co-founder of Stowell Associates – a care management and home care company in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. She has written numerous articles and presented seminars across the country. More information is available at www. caremanagedhomecare.com. Follow Phyllis on Twitter, Facebook, or email her at phyllisb@caremanagedhomecare.com. Thank you to the Aging Life Care Association™ for permission to share this information. You may learn more about Aging Life Care™ at aginglifecare.org.

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ccording to the Maryland Health Care Commission, “Home-Based Care can include a variety of activities such as nursing care, rehabilitation services (for example, physical therapy), assistance with activities of daily living (ADLs), assistance with housekeeping, chores and meal preparation, or assistance with activities to maintain health, such as taking medications.” There are several types of agencies that provide home care services throughout Maryland.

Home Health Agencies

staff may provide care based on your needs. Home health agencies participate in the Medicare program and many health insurance programs include a home health benefit.

Nurse Referral Service Agencies (NRSA)

These agencies screen and refer licensed nurses, home health aides, homemakers, live-in caretakers, and companions for individuals needing help in their home. The person seeking assistance contracts directly with the individual who will provide the service and may pay the agency or the provider for services.

Home health agencies provide nurs- Residential Services ing services, home health aides and one Agencies (RSA) or more other services such as physical RSAs provide supportive home care therapy, occupational therapy or social services, that is, assistance with ADLs services. Several kinds of health care and/or housekeeping services. They

may provide one or more home care services, such as provision of oxygen or medical equipment, which includes wheelchairs, walkers and hospital beds. An RSA cannot participate in the Medicare Program; however, Level III RSAs can provide skilled nursing services. RSAs employ all their caregivers, while NRSAs do not. The person seeking assistance contracts with the agency. RSA services are sometimes paid for by the person using services, but are generally covered under long-term care insurance policies and may be paid through medical insurance in some circumstances.

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n Virginia, home care organizations, certified home health agencies, and licensed and certified hospice programs are reviewed by the Virginia Department of Health Office of Licensure and Certification. There are several types of agencies in Virginia that provide these services. For individuals needing home-based care, it is important to first determine what type(s) of help you need to narrow your search of agencies and find one that will meet your specific needs. The following information from the Virginia Department of Health Office of Licensure and Certification provides a look at the different agencies and their state regulations.

Home Health Agencies

Home health agencies are public or private agencies, organizations or parts of agencies or organizations that meet the requirements for participation in Medicare under 42 CFR 440.70 (d). This indicates these federallycertified agencies provide skilled nursing services and at least one other therapeutic service, e.g. physical, speech or occupational therapy; medical social services; or home health aide services, and they also meet the capitalization requirements under 42 CFR 489.28. An agency may choose to be exempt from state licensure through certification in one of four ways: • The Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO)

Certification; • Community Health Accreditation Program (CHAP) Certification; • Medicaid Personal Care Certification; • Medicaid/Medicare Certification. When trying to find a home health agency, ask for their license number. Be specific in asking for the license number issued by the Virginia Department of Health, and not the number for their license to operate a business.

Home Care Organization

The code of Virginia defines a home care organization (HCO) as “a public or private organization, whether operated for profit or not for profit, that provides, at the residence of a patient or individual in the Commonwealth of Virginia, one or more of the following services: 1) home health services, including services provided by or under direct supervision of any health care professional under a medical plan of care in a patient’s residence on a visit or hourly basis to patients who have or are at risk of injury, illness, or a disabling condition and require short-term or long-term interventions; 2) personal care services, including assistance in personal care to include activities of daily living provided in an individual’s residence on a visit or hourly basis to individuals who have or are at risk of illness, injury, or disabling condition; or 3) pharmaceutical services, including services provided in a patient’s residence, which include the dispensing and administration of a drug

or drugs, and parenteral nutritional support, associated patient instruction, and such other services as identified by the Board of Health by regulation.”

Companion Services

In Virginia, companion organizations can provide only chore, companion or homemaker services, in addition to any of the following, without the aforementioned licenses. Companion services can include providing non-routine home maintenance, along with assisting individuals unable to care for themselves with transportation, meal preparation, shopping, light housekeeping, companionship and household management. Also included is assistance with bathing areas the client cannot reach, fastening client’s clothing, combing hair, brushing dentures, shaving with an electric razor, and providing stabilization to a client while walking. Homemaker services, however, do not include feeding, bed baths, transferring, lifting, putting on braces or other supports, or cutting nails and shaving with a blade. Such services would need to be provided by a licensed HCO or HHA in Virginia.

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Choosing a Provider Information on local Adult Day Centers may be available through senior centers, family physicians or the local Area Agency on Aging. After locating nearby providers, call them to request flyers, brochures, calendars and application information. While reviewing this information, pay careful attention to how many years the

Beyond the general setup of the facility, focus on the interaction between the staff members and the participants. Do the participants appear happy and satisfied? Are volunteers available to offer assistance? The center should be a welcoming place, complete with staff members who are ready and able to help. Also, notice the participation level of the attendees. Are they actively involved? Inquire as to whether participants are involved in planning activities and how staff members handle suggestions for new programs. During the visit, staff members should be able to provide clear and easyto-understand information about the services and activities provided at the center. Be sure to obtain answers for any remaining questions about center procedures, staffing and costs. Checking references from individuals who are currently using this provider or have used them in the past is the final step. After choosing a provider, try them for at least three to five days. If there are problems making the adjustment, staff members may be able to offer advice to help make the transition smoother.

provider has been in business and their licensures and certifications. Be sure to understand the staff credentials, staff to participant ratio, and the medical conditions the facility and its staff are equipped to handle. Inquire about the availability of transportation to and from the program if it is necessary. The types of activities offered and the menu variety should be considered as well. Specific costs and any financial assistance that is available should be clearly outlined in the information packet. Reviewing printed materials and asking questions over the phone can help narrow the choices, but the final decision of which Adult Day Center to use must be made in person. During the visit, carefully observe the general atmosphere of the building and the program. The layout of the building and the rooms should ensure easy accessibility for persons in wheelchairs or using walkers. The entire facility should be clean and pleasant. FurArticle adapted from the National niture should be sturdy and comfortable, Adult Day Services Association, Inc.’s with choices available for lounging and website. For more information, visit www. participating in activities. nadsa.org.

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n Is a deposit required? n Is financial assistance available? n Are special care options available for participants with certain conditions, such as memory loss? n Are transportation services available? What is the additional fee? n Is physical or occupational therapy available on site? Is there an additional fee? n Is the facility easily accessible? n Is the facility clean and pleasant? n Do staff members and participants seem to interact frequently? n Are staff members welcoming and engaging? n Do participants appear happy and engaged? Adapted from www.nadsa.org. More comprehensive information is available online.

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202-541-6150

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301-808-9808

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240-716-3649

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202-895-9448

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301-534-3153

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301-925-1515

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301-253-2764

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301-588-8700

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571-356-0025

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301-255-4204

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Leewood Adult Day Care Center 703-256-9770

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Washington-McLaughlin ADC

301-270-6940

Winter Growth, Inc.

301-774-7501

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301-925-7050

Brentwood Adult Day Care Center

301-699-0850

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301-918-9008

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703-914-0330

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St. Martin de Porres Senior Center

703-751-2766

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301-937-7504 Rosa Rivera

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301-255-0066

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240-413-1321

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301-439-1810

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240-510-5788

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Capital Caring provides excellent pain relief and symptom management, emotional and spiritual support and compassion to families across the region. Our health professionals including more than 20 staff doctors deliver some of the best care in the United States.

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Full-service law firm able to assist in matters involving estate planning, elder law, Medicaid planning and asset protection, probate and guardianship.

Law Offices of Cheryl Chapman Henderson, LLC

301-220-4463

Cheryl Chapman Henderson

Law Office of Karren Pope-Onwukwe, LLC

301-464-9600

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The Stanislawski Group

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Arthritis and Pain Associates of Prince George’s County Dedicated team of rheumatologists Inspired to make a difference One patient at a time

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Advantia Spine & Pain Center

301-453-5970

District Mobile Dental

240-460-5122 Noah Dubin

Envision Eye & Laser

301-806-5446 Renee Bovelle, MD

Hearing Professionals

301-464-2036

Mary Moeder

Loving Hands Podiatry

301-323-5652

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Mobile Medical Imaging LLC

301-680-1900

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We are a leading provider of Medical Equipment and Supply company serving the community for over 10 years. With Free Delivery and two locations, we are closer than you think! We accept all major insurances. We provide mobility equipment like Wheelchairs, scooters, canes and knee walkers; incontinence supplies; homecare equipment like hospital bed, patient lift and bed rails.

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DLC Distributors LLC

301-883-3661

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RespLife Medical Solutions, Inc.

301-880-3261

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Ministry First Baptist Church Glenarden

301-773-3600 Sylvia Taylor

Nursing and Rehabilitation Future Care Pineview

301-856-2930

Morinia Scott

Wilson Health Center - Asbury Methodist Village

301-250-2025

Kathy Gaines

Prince George's County Government Services Prince George's County Department of Social Services is in the business of providing opportunities for residents of the County to become independent, responsible and stable members of the community. We do this by providing intervention services, that strengthen families, protect children and vulnerable 301-909-2085 adults, encourage self-sufficiency and promote personal responsibility, We 805 Brightseat Road, Landover, MD 20785 will achieve this by building community capacity, identifying gaps in service, Shirley.Jacobs@maryland.gov developing community-based solutions, and building a collaborative and www.princegeorgescountymd.gov competitive network of providers that include DSS.

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Prince George’s County Department of Social Services, Adult Resource Bureau

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Office of Congressman Steny Hoyer

301-474-0119

Daryl Pennington

Real Estate Services

301-661-4472 9701 Apollo Dr., Suite 102 Largo, Md. 20774 Contact: Jennifer Tilghman

Remax Specialists

Jennifer's Real Estate Team provides services to those in transitions whether it be the senior, the caregiver or family member of the senior ... those facing divorce, baby boomers downsizing, and even to the newlywed looking for their first home. These transitions can be overwhelming and Jennifer's team provides the care and compassion throughout the entire real estate transaction. They provide various resources needed and manages the activities minimizing the stress of the move.

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301-787-4035 Saundra Coston

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844-711-3278 6100 Westchester Park Dr. College Park, MD 20740 fasttraveldeals@gmail.com www.Fasttravelplans.com Contact: Gary C. Hicks, Sr.

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301-809-2300

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Greenbelt Assistance Independent Living

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Maryland Institute of Language and Technology

301-793-7971

Milton Lawler

MNCPPC

301-446-3420 Darilyn Marinelli

Tooo Smooth Dudes Trio

240-565-3239

SAGE/ Prince George's Community College

301-546-0923 Suzanne VanNuys

James Hession

Senior Care Referral and Placement Services (Senior Living Search Services) Assisted Living Locators

240-472-9220

Patricia Russell

Care Patrol of Prince George's County

301-852-9310

Charles Picard

1-800-677-8030

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Conifer Village at Oakcrest

240-767-6563 Nicole Smith

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301-599-1700

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410-571-1499 Susan Amos

Your Life Simplified, LLC

301-442-5543

Silvia Balderas

Specialized Services Alzheimer's Association of National Capital Area

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301-216-2112 Nelson LeRoy

Transportation Resource Guide The Prince George’s Senior Network Provider (PGSPN) is a non-profit organization whose mission is to improve and enrich the quality of life for Prince George’s County seniors and their caregivers. PGSPN has created a transportation resource guide is produced by the Prince George’s Senior Provider Network (PGSPN) Public Affairs Committee.

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find an expert Experts have guided you through all of life’s major milestones. Retirement living decisions should not be any different. Use the chart below to find an expert and contact them today. adult day care MML Transportation, LLC

703-912-7873

mml-transport.com 55

Appraisers Caring Transitions

703-627-0556

Four Sales

703-256-8300

caringtransitions.net 37 foursales.com 4

Assisted Living Search Services Always Best Care

703-463-9462; 301-637-0233

AlwaysBestCare.com

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Custom Senior Living Search LLC

703-942-6606; 240-462-8027

CustomSeniorLivingSearch.com

101

Auctioneers Caring Transitions

703-627-0556

Four Sales

703-256-8300

caringtransitions.net 37 foursales.com 4

Care Management ACCfamily (Adult Companion Care, Inc.)

703-549-7894

accfamily.com

Advocate 360, Cathy Lonas, RN, BSN, MSBA

301-275-5175

advocate360.net

Aging Network Services, Inc.

301-657-4329

BestCare Concierge

156

agingnetworkservices.com 47

703-583-4663; 703-497-2273 bestcarehomecare.com; bestcareconcierge.com 168

Betty J. Mizek, Care Management Group, LLC

202-215-9209

caremgroup@aol.com

Buckley’s for Seniors

703-390-0535

buckleys4seniors.com 54

Care Options - A Lifematters Company

301-288-5555

lifemattersusa.com 44

Coordinating Senior Care

301-765-8926

Debra Levy Eldercare Associates

301-593-5285

Geriatric Care Counseling, Bethesda, MD

301-320-5380

GeriatriCare Management, Inc

703-313-6114 x10

coordinatingseniorcare.com care-manager.com 45 gercare.com geriatricare.com

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Help Unlimited, Inc.

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Amanda Gosier, Co-Owner Phone: 301-589-7438 Web: www.HelpUnLTD.com (see ad page 50)

Use the chart below to find an expert and contact them today. Golden Pond Elder Care Strategies

703-216-7408

Iona Care Management

202-895-9448

Lifematters - Serving MD/DC/VA

301-288-5555

Premier RN Geriatric Care

703-400-5858

Seabury Resources for Aging

202-364-0020

goldenpondvirginia.com 3 iona.org lifemattersusa.com 44 premiergeriatricRN.com 49 seaburycaremanagement.org

36, 48

CCRC Planning/Financing Signature Estate & Investment Advisors, LLC

703-287-7142

twest@seia.com 66

Daily Money Management Cheryl’s Organizing Concepts

301-916-9022

CherylsOrganizing.com

Everyday Money Management, LLC

301-801-2294

EverydayMoneyManagement.com

Help Unlimited, Inc.

301-589-7438

HelpUnLTD.com 50

Legacy Management

703-388-2877

legacy-mgmt.com 51

Personal Money Matters, LLC

703-759-4800

personalmoneymattersllc.com

ElderCare Consultants Aynsley Group, LTD Custom Senior Living Search LLC

703-893-8989

aynsleygroup.com

703-942-6606; 240-462-8027

CustomSeniorLivingSearch.com

Lifematters - Serving MD/DC/VA

301-288-5555

101

lifemattersusa.com 44

Errand Services, Care, Companions, Concierge A Second Me

703-830-3996

asecondme.com

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ACCfamily (Adult Companion Care, Inc.)

703-549-7894

accfamily.com

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Advanced Nursing & Home Support

240-430-1500

advancedhomesupport.com

BestCare Concierge

703-583-4663; 703-497-2273 bestcarehomecare.com; bestcareconcierge.com 168

Buckley’s for Seniors

703-390-0535

buckleys4seniors.com 54

Care Options - A Lifematters Company

301-288-5555

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AlbertOptic Mobile Vision Services

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Albert A. Amar, A.B.O.C., F.N.A.O. Phone: 301-987-5000 Email: myoptician@albertoptic.com Web: Albertoptic.com

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Debbie’s Angels (Debra Levy Eldercare Associates) 301-593-5285

care-manager.com

Eldercaring

301-949-0060

eldercaring2.com

Lifematters - Serving MD/DC/VA

301-288-5555

lifemattersusa.com 44

MML Transportation, LLC

703-912-7873

mml-transport.com 55

Potomac Home Health & Support

301-896-6999

SenCura

703-880-2547

45

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Estate Sales, Consignment & Staging Caring Transitions

703-627-0556

Four Sales

703-256-8300

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Eyewear/vision services, including mobile AlbertOptic Mobile Vision Services

301-987-5000 albertoptic.com

Financial Planning Signature Estate Investment Advisors, LLC

703-287-7142

twest@seia.com 66

Home Care Services & Assistance ACCfamily (Adult Companion Care, Inc.)

703-549-7894

accfamily.com

Advanced Nursing & Home Support

240-430-1500

advancedhomesupport.com

Always Best Care

703-463-9462; 301-637-0233

AlwaysBestCare.com

BestCare Concierge

703-583-4663; 703-497-2273 bestcarehomecare.com; bestcareconcierge.com 168

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Buckley’s for Seniors

703-390-0535

buckleys4seniors.com 54

Care Options - A Lifematters Company

301-288-5555

lifemattersusa.com 44

Eldercaring

301-949-0060 eldercaring2.com

Goodwin House at Home

703-575-5202

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Lifematters - Serving MD/DC/VA

301-288-5555

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703-912-7873

Ready Hands Home Care

703-750-3170

readyhands.com 161

SenCura

703-880-2547

sen-cura.com 172

mml-transport.com 55

Inventory and Video Caring Transitions

703-627-0556

Inventory Inspector

703-256-8300

caringtransitions.net 37 foursales.com 4

Junk Removal Caring Transitions BestCare Concierge

703-627-0556

caringtransitions.net 37

703-583-4663; 703-497-2273 bestcarehomecare.com; bestcareconcierge.com 168

Legal Services/Elder Law Arthur L. Lappen, Esquire

301-657-6264

Artlappen@aol.com

Byrd & Byrd, LLC, Attorneys at Law

301-464-7448

Elder & Disability Law Center, The

202-452-0000

Estate Planning & Elder Law Firm, The

703-243-3200

byrdandbyrd.com 39 edlc.com 39

chroniccareadvocacy.com 40

Hale Ball Carlson Baumgartner Murphy, PLC 703-359-9213

uselderlaw.com 42

Life & Estate Planning Law Center, PLLC

703-820-3600

lifeandestateplanninglaw.com

Morris Klein - Attorney

301-652-4462

morrisklein.com 41

Needham, Mitnick, & Pollack

703-536-7778

nmpattorneys.com 42

The Legacy Elder Law Center

703-988-7975

legacyelderlaw.com 43

301-918-1750

dhcmedicalsupply.com 57

Medical Equipment/Supplies DHC Medical Supply

Medical House Calls Doctalker

703-938-4604

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F e a t u r e d E x p e r t : M o v ing and D ownsi z ing

Caring Transitions

Experts have guided you through all of life’s major milestones. Retirement living decisions should not be any different.

Phone: 703-627-0556 Web: caringtransitions.net (see ad page 37)

Use the chart below to find an expert and contact them today. Mobility Equipment DHC Medical Supply

301-918-1750

dhcmedicalsupply.com 57

Moving Coordination, Downsizing & Design A Second Me

703-830-3996

Caring Transitions

703-627-0556

Cheryl’s Organizing Concepts

301-916-9022

Four Sales/Inventory Inspector

703-256-8300

Lifematters - Serving MD/DC/VA

301-288-5555

asecondme.com

52

caringtransitions.net 37 CherylsOrganizing.com foursales.com 4 lifemattersusa.com 44

Personal Assistance Buckley’s for Seniors

703-390-0535

SenCura

703-880-2547

Lifematters - Serving MD/DC/VA

301-288-5555

buckleys4seniors.com 54 sen-cura.com 172 lifemattersusa.com 44

Personal Emergency Response Systems NOVA Medical Alert

571-283-1328

Virginia Hospital Center - Lifeline

703-558-6859

novamedicalalert.com 56 virginiahospitalcenter.com 56

Professional Organizers Cheryl’s Organizing Concepts

301-916-9022

Lifematters - Serving MD/DC/VA

301-288-5555

Ramps (Permanent & temporary) Amramp Maryland/Northern VA/DC

800-649-5215; 202-768-7777

Real Estate Services Helen Flynn - Century 21 New Millennium

703-328-7187

CherylsOrganizing.com lifemattersusa.com 44 amramp.com/northern-va

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703-830-3996

asecondme.com

52

Remodeling/Universal Design Glickman Design Build

301-444-4663

www.GlickmanDesignBuild.com

5, 60

Granting-You-Access

703-433-0383

grantingyouaccess.com

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Strategies for Independent Living, LLC - Stephen Hage 301-585-5738

strategiesforindependentliving.com 59

Senior Advisor Custom Senior Living Search LLC Lifematters - Serving MD/DC/VA

703-942-6606; 240-462-8027

CustomSeniorLivingSearch.com

301-288-5555

101

lifemattersusa.com 44

Senior Housing Search Services Custom Senior Living Search LLC

703-942-6606; 240-462-8027

CustomSeniorLivingSearch.com

101

Stairlifts/Elevators Amramp Maryland/Northern VA/DC

800-649-5215; 202-768-7777

amramp.com/northern-va

58

Glickman Design Build

301-444-4663

www.GlickmanDesignBuild.com

5, 60

Granting-You-Access

703-433-0380

grantingyouaccesss.com

59

Transportation A Second Me

703-830-3996

asecondme.com

Advanced Nursing & Home Support

240-430-1500

advancedhomesupport.com

BestCare Concierge

52

703-583-4663; 703-497-2273 bestcarehomecare.com; bestcareconcierge.com 168

Buckley’s for Seniors

703-390-0535

buckleys4seniors.com 54

Lifematters - Serving MD/DC/VA

301-288-5555

lifemattersusa.com 44

MML Transportation, LLC

703-912-7873

mml-transport.com 55

Potomac Home Health & Support

301-896-6999

sibley.org 172

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