Older adults have many long-term nursing care options. Assisted living is one alternative for those active older adults who can no longer live entirely on their own but do not need high-level medical or nursing services.
Assisted living is a group living arrangement designed for relatively independent seniors who want a helping hand with daily living activities, such as dressing, bathing, administering medications, cooking, housekeeping, laundry, transportation and security. Virgina assisted living arrangements also offer organized health and fitness programs, recreational activities, and opportunities for socializing and companionship.
Fauquier Health's new Villa at Suffield Meadows is a 56-unit assisted living facility located just north of Warrenton on U.S. 29. With lots of light and greenery, the beautiful complex resembles a gracious Virginia estate and offers many amenities: a wellness center, beauty salon, library, computer room, formal and casual dining rooms, and an 11-person memory support unit for residents with dementia.
The new Virginia assisted living complex is LEED certified (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design Green Building Rating) and includes indigenous landscaping. LEED certification provides independent, third-party verification that a building project meets the highest green building and performance measures. It also identifies a structure as environmentally responsible, profitable, and a healthy place to live and work in.
The Villa at Suffield Meadows opened Summer 2010. Rental agreements operate on a month-to-month basis. As the residents’ needs for care increases, additional nursing and support staff can be added.
For more information on Northern Virginia's premier assisted living community, call 540-316-3800, or visit the Villa’s web site.