Activities at Grand Oaks

Our assisted living community offers a mix of activities aimed at stimulating the mind and the body on a daily, weekly, and monthly basis. Our goals with each activity are to improve the quality of life and bring residents together to form lasting friendships residents and staff members. We take advantage of the cultural offerings in our nation’s capital and provide a full schedule of events.

Mind Activities

Brain fitness is an important component to maintaining cognitive health and quality of life. Our activity directors focus on meeting the unique needs of our residents. Our mind activities include:

  • Mental fitness games.
  • Bridge club.
  • Reading group.
  • Book clubs.
  • Health lectures.
  • Stress management and relaxation class.
  • Resident socials.
  • Music appreciation.
  • History, music, and art lectures.
  • Computer classes.
  • Current events discussion.
Physical Activities

We encourage all residents to stay active because we know how much physical activity can improve the quality of life. Our physical activity directors focus on improving your physical health in a multitude of ways. Our body activities include:

  • Tai Chi.
  • Aquatic exercise.
  • Gardening.
  • Ballroom dancing.
  • Walking club.
  • Range-of-motion classes.
  • Massages and spa.
  • Creative crafts.
Social Activities

Not only is it important to maintain a level of physical and mental health, but it’s also equally important to maintain a high level of social interaction for complete wellness. Our social activity directors aim to bring you closer to your fellow residents and staff members to maintain consistent social interaction and the opportunity to create lasting friendships. Our social activities include:

  • Discussion groups.
  • Bridge club.
  • Cooking.
  • Pet visits.
  • Restaurant and shopping.
  • Resident socials.
  • Live entertainment.
  • Theater and concert outings.
  • Holiday and birthday celebrations.
New Experiences

"I love the activities here at Grand Oaks. I’ve enjoyed a lot of the activities that I had never experienced before."

Mildred Miller

Current Resident

Valuable Connections

"With the Sibley and Johns Hopkins connection and the wonderful amenities, I knew Grand Oaks was the place I wanted to call home."

Henry Thomas

Current Resident