The Kensington: Here for you from the moment your memory care journey begins

Let the Kensington Reston partner with you every step of the way!

Open House Saturday, November 13, 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.

If you are noticing signs of worrisome memory changes in yourself or someone you love, now is the time to reach out to us. The sooner we can lend a hand, the better your chances of keeping quality of life as high as possible and even stalling or halting disease progression.

Our memory care programs are thoughtfully designed and clinically comprehensive. They feature three tiers of care that accommodate needs common to each stage of loss. Programs are specialized, personalized and appropriate for:

  • Mild forgetfulness: We focus residents on building relationships, group support from other residents, music, outings and activities that are personally meaningful while residing in an assisted living environment.
  • Early to middle stage loss: We help residents participate in daily routines and activities that help them feel safe, secure and successful in the Connections neighborhood.
  • Middle to late-stage loss: We provide residents with higher levels of clinical care that increase comfort and reduce agitation in the Haven neighborhood.

If you or your loved one are currently experiencing memory loss, or if you simply have questions that need fast answers, then call us. We promise you undivided attention, expertise, privacy and the right level of support for as long as necessary.

Visit our website for more information or call 571-494-8100 to register for the November 13 Open House.

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