Looking for Senior Housing and Retirement Communities in Northern Virginia? Find the communities you need, including:

Active Lifestyle
Independent Living
Congregate Living
Assisted Living
Continuing Care
Nursing Care
Alzheimers Care
Rehabilitation Care

Retirement Living in Senior Communities is a great way to enjoy an active retirement

Are you looking for convenient, affordable, carefree living in a retirement community in Northern Virginia? With access to great shopping, medical facilities, Washington D.C., two airports, historic sites, public parks, and community centers, residents come from all over VA and surrounding areas like DC and MD to enjoy an active lifestyle.

Many retirement communities include amenities like one or two bedrooms, fully-equipped kitchens with dishwashers, wall - to - wall carpeting, individually controlled heating and air conditioning, energy efficient thermopane windows and emergency pull cords in bedrooms and baths. It is important for a community to be relaxing, inviting spaces that are perfect for socializing with family and friends. Enjoy a quiet afternoon in a library, take an arts and crafts class, relax in a screened porch, watch a movie in a movie theatre, play a game of billiards, or schedule an appointment at the beauty salon.


Active Lifestyle - Live independently with an active lifestyle.
Independent Living - Continue living at home but need some help.
Congregate Living - In good health who want independence and companionship.
Assisted Living - Need help bathing, dressing, or other daily activities.
Continuing Care - Provide for aging health needs without having to relocate.
Nursing Care - Deteriorating mental and physical abilities.
Alzheimers Care - Seniors with Alzheimer's Disease.
Rehabilitation Care - Require rehabilitation services after a medical event. USA, Canada, International

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Broccoli Could Slow Osteoarthritis

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