Community News Arbor Terrace Fairfax Wins US News Award
Arbor Terrace Fairfax is pleased to announce that we were recently awarded the 2022 U.S. News and World Report Award for Best Memory Care! We are so excited to receive this distinguished honor. To commemorate this we asked residents and staff what they love most about our senior living community.
Arbor Terrace Fairfax is honored to be selected as a Best Memory Care Community by MemoryCare.com, recognizing excellence in memory care based on research, reviews, and several key performance indicators.
Community News The Benefits of Moving to Arbor Terrace Fairfax
The decision to move into a senior living community is not always an easy one to make. Sometimes the decision has to be made on behalf of your loved one for their own safety. However, what may begin with hesitation can end up being one of the best decisions you’ve ever made. It is understandable why your loved one may resist leaving the home they knew to live in an environment that is unfamiliar. However, we know that there are many pros to living in a senior living community, from safety to a sense of community to new friendships. Through reviews from our residents and their loved ones, learn more about life at Arbor Terrace Fairfax. SAFETY
We are proud to announce Arbor Terrace Fairfax has been recognized by U.S. News & World Report as a 2022-23 Best Memory Care Community.
Join us for our upcoming seminars, designed for caregivers of those with mid-stage Alzheimer’s disease. Presented by The Alzheimer’s Association, this four-part series will help you better understand your loved one, prepare for changes you may see in their behavior, find caregiver resources, and much more. The seminars will be available both in-person and online.
Senior Living Options Infographic: Senior Living Options | Chantilly, VA
When it comes to senior living, the options can seem endless. We created this chart to help you understand the different levels of care, and identify which best fits your or your loved one's needs.
Dementia and Alzheimer’s disease are serious conditions for the 5.5 million Americans that suffer from them; a figure that the Alzheimer’s Association expects to increase to 7.1 million by 2025.