The Kensington Reston: Join Us This Saturday for an Open House in Our New Community

We are excited to announce that The Kensington Reston, our beautiful assisted living and memory care community on Sunrise Valley Drive, is now open and welcoming residents.

We spent the last year getting ready to deliver to seniors an extraordinary place designed and built to meet their unique needs. We hired best-in-class professionals whose hearts are as big as the sun. And we trained them to provide care and service that reflect our constant commitment to excellence and a deep understanding of older adults.

We promise to love and care for your family as we do our own. Our care and assistance is more comprehensive than what many other traditional assisted living communities can offer. Excellent staff-to-resident ratios help deepen connections between caregivers and residents. Pocket programs — personalized small-group activities — foster friendships and a sense of purpose. Two levels of memory care address the challenges unique to each phase of disease progression. Couples are welcome and can reside together in the same suite, even if their care needs differ. And we are following all recommended COVID precautions.

We’re standing by, eager to listen and ready to help.

Schedule an appointment for a personal tour, or RSVP to our open house this Saturday, Feb. 20, by emailing [email protected] or calling 571-494-8100.

Visit our website at www.KensingtonReston.com for more information.

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