The 10 Best Washington, DC Memory Care Facilities

We compiled this list of the best memory care facilities in Washington, DC to simplify the process of finding the right one. We based these recommendations on researching prices, amenities, services, and treatment options.

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Bickford of Spotsylvania

Bickford of Spotsylvania Senior Living not only helps with activities of daily living, but also with enrichment programs to help seniors. These programs also strive to meet practical needs like pet friendliness, transportation, and high-quality food.
  • Medication management
  • Transportation services available
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Start My Search 5000 Spotsylvania Pkwy
Fredericksburg, VA, 22407

Sunrise on Connecticut Avenue

Sunrise on Connecticut Avenue has the resources to provide high-quality care, as well as unique activities like the Podcast Club to keep seniors active.
  • Located near two major hospitals
  • Podcast club
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Start My Search 5111 Connecticut Ave NW
Washington, DC, 20008

The Residences at Thomas Circle

Seniors at The Residences at Thomas Circle are able to live an active lifestyle in the heart of DC without having to travel far from the facility.
  • Close to landmarks
  • Active area and lifestyle
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Start My Search 1330 Massachusetts Ave NW
Washington, DC, 20005

Sibley Memorial Hospital: Grand Oaks Assisted Living

Sibley Memorial Hospital: Grand Oaks Assisted Living provides seniors with an active community as well as personalized care oversight for an enjoyable stay.
  • Personalized care plans
  • Daily community activities
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Start My Search 5901 MacArthur Blvd NW
Washington, DC, 20016

Forest Side

The team at Forest Side is committed to helping seniors maintain their health through an exercise and medication management program.
  • Exercise programs
  • Medication management
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Start My Search 2701 Military Rd NW
Washington, DC, 20015

Forest Hills of DC

Forest Hills of DC can help seniors with common health management tasks including managing their medications and seeking additional support services.
  • Medication management
  • Social services consulting
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Start My Search 4901 Connecticut Ave NW
Washington, DC, 20008

Annapolitan Assisted Living

The Cattail Cove at the Annapolitan Assisted Living Community is a protected and private environment for residents in need of memory care.
  • Shared living rooms
  • Individualized care
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Start My Search 84 Old Mill Bottom Road North
Annapolis, MD, 21409

Arden Courts of Annandale

Arden Courts is a facility focused only on providing excellent memory care to the Washington DC metro.
  • Individualized care
  • Designed to promote independence
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Start My Search 7104 Braddock Rd
Annandale, VA, 22003

Brookdale Arlington

Brookdale Arlington offers a wide range of support services that help clients stay in the facility over the long-term, even if their needs change over time.
  • Concierge service
  • Pet-friendly facility
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Start My Search 3821 Wilson Blvd
Arlington, VA, 22203

Providence Hospital: Hudson Bobby L

Providence Hospital: Hudson Bobby L has the facilities to provide an extensive array of medical and non-medical care options as well as financial assistance.
  • Financial assistance options
  • Extensive medical support
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Start My Search 1150 Varnum St NE
Washington, DC, 20017

Additional Washington, DC Memory Care Resources

There are non-profit associations in Washington, DC that help seniors with memory disorders. Here are five Washington, DC area organizations that provide assistance to seniors:

  • Arts for the Aging: Art therapy is a popular option for helping those with dementia and other memory disorders. To sign up for a multidisciplinary workshop, call AFTA at 301-255-0103.
  • Brain Injury Association of Washington, DC: The Brain Injury Association of Washington, DC has a support group for brain injury survivors and their loved ones. Contact the Brain Injury Association of Washington, DC directly at 202-659-0122.
  • National Capital Area Chapter – Alzheimer’s Association: The National Capital Area Chapter of the Alzheimer’s Association helps those in Washington, DC and parts of Maryland and Virginia. To learn more about the chapter’s services and support groups, call the helpline at 800-272-3900.
  • Shepherd’s Center of Oakton-Vienna: Shepherd’s Center of Oakton-Vienna is focused on helping seniors remain as independent as possible. Dial 703-281-0538 to learn more about upcoming events, classes, and senior services.
  • Insight Memory Care Center: Insight Memory Care Center provides a mixture of adult day health services for those with Alzheimer’s Disease and other memory conditions, as well as support and education services to the community. Call 703-204-4664 for more information about upcoming events.