Activities at Grand Oaks

A good assisted living community offers a mix of activities that stimulate your mind and body. At Grand Oaks, our unique list of daily, weekly, and monthly activities help to improve your quality of life and bring you together with others to socialize and form lasting friendships. As a resident of Grand Oaks, you’ll have a host of on-site activities to choose from daily, plus a full schedule of cultural offerings and outings available to you in our nation’s capital.

Mind Activities

Brain fitness is critical to maintaining your cognitive health and quality of life. Our activity directors focus on meeting your mental activity needs with:

  • 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 discussions.
Physical Activities

We encourage all residents to stay active because we know how much physical activity can improve your quality of life. Our physical activity directors focus on improving your physical health with activities including:

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

As you age, social activities keep you sharp, mentally engaged, and in a positive mood. Our social activity directors aim to bring you closer to your fellow residents and staff members. Enjoy social activities like:

  • 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

Healthy Routines

"I always make a point of getting to the exercise classes. We have Tai Chi three times a week and it’s just lovely!”
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Mary Wright

Current Resident