Story of Grand Oaks
Who We Are
The story of Grand Oaks began in 2000. That’s when we opened our doors to seniors in need of a living community with a range of care options such as assisted living, memory care, respite care, and personalized care plans to aid in maintaining or improving their quality of life. The Grand Oaks assisted living community is a tasteful, Georgian-style residence community designed to combine comfortable surroundings, personalized assistance, 24-hour support, and a full range of services and activities to meet the needs of each resident.
What Is Assisted Living?
Assisted living is a type of residential long-term care that helps adults maximize dignity, privacy, autonomy, choice, and safety. Residents are independent in many ways, so the range and level of services can vary widely from one person to another. Typical support services include administration of medication, help with grooming and bathing, housekeeping, physical therapy, and much more. A resident may require help regularly or as-needed. Learn more about choosing the right assisted living community or Grand Oaks’ assisted living services.
The Grand Oaks Promise
Each and every Grand Oaks resident enjoys the comfort and amenities of a gracious and hospitable home. The combination of a supporting and safe, home-style environment and personal assistance amenities allows each resident to continue an independent lifestyle and maintain quality of life. Grand Oaks’ supportive staff is available for assistance at any time of the day or night. Contact us today to learn more about our assisted living community.
The Sibley Mission
The mission of Sibley Memorial Hospital, a member of Johns Hopkins Medicine, is to deliver excellence and compassionate care—every person, every time—and be the role model for innovation in health care and wellness for all. Learn more about Sibley Memorial Hospital.
2018 Bronze National Quality Award Winner
We're honored to be recognized for our commitment to improving the lives of residents like you!
"The staff is so accessible! I noticed it on my first visit. I found immediately that everyone wants you to be comfortable and part of life here. We take care of each other here.” Read More >