Grand Oaks Wins 2020 Silver National Quality Award
The American Healthcare Association and National Center for Assisted Living presented Grand Oaks with the 2020 Silver – Achievement in Quality Award for our continued commitment to providing exceptional care to our residents.
Celebrating 20 Years
Grand Oaks proudly celebrates 20 years of exceptional assisted living care in the heart of our nation’s capital.
Want to Visit a Loved One?
Grand Oaks is very excited to begin offering in-person visits. Book an appointment to safely visit a Grand Oaks resident during the pandemic.
COVID-19 Protective Measures & Updates
We are continuing to evaluate our day-to-day operations on a regular basis and provide updates on any changes. Learn more about Grand Oaks’ response to COVID-19.
Nurse Practitioner Beth Abate Publishes Article
Congratulations to Beth Abate, DNP, MSN, AGPCNP-BC, ANP-BC, RN-BC, for her recent article published in the Journal of Gerontological Nursing.
Grand Oaks Wins 2018 Bronze National Quality Award
The American Health Care Association and National Center for Assisted Living presented Grand Oaks with the 2018 Bronze National Quality Award for our commitment to improving the lives of residents.
Take a Tour of Grand Oaks
Ready to see how we can improve your quality of life with A+ amenities, services, and health programs? Experience our inviting, friendly, and respectful assisted living community located in the heart of Washington, D.C.
Independent living, personalized assistance, and a range of activities make Grand Oaks the preferred choice for you or your loved one.
Grand Oaks Assisted Living Residence has been recognized as a 2020 recipient of the Silver – Achievement in Quality Award for its commitment to improving the lives of its residents through quality care. The distinction is the second of three progressive award levels...
Adela Armendi Dunben is an Activities Assistant at Grand Oaks. Learn how she organizes activities, books entertainment, and listens to residents.
The average American life expectancy is longer than ever, but men still aren’t living as long as American women. A woman’s life expectancy is more than 80 years, but for men, it’s about 75 years. Some research suggests that a primary reason for this so-called...