Find Comfort in Alzheimer’s Care in Annandale, VA, in Fairfax County
Renaissance of Annandale is an Alzheimer’s care community in Annandale, VA, serving residents of Fairfax County. We are here to assist residents and families who have been touched by memory disorders, and to be a refuge from the storms accompanying dementia, Alzheimer’s, and other memory-loss diseases.
Our new state-of-the-art memory care community in the Annandale, VA, Fairfax County area was designed incorporating years of research in the areas of apartment design, common spaces, colors, furnishings and technology.
The Purposeful Day (SM) program at Renaissance of Annandale is a comprehensive activities program that focuses on helping our residents meet their highest potential each and everyday. Activities, sounds, scents and innovative surroundings stimulate the senses for memory recall. These activities that help stimulate memory are categorized into four specific therapies:
- Reminiscence Therapy (click here for video)
- Trusted Voice Therapy (click here for video)
- Time and Place Therapy (click here for video)
- Music Therapy (click here for video)
Last, but not least, are the people that truly make our memory care community in Annandale, VA special. Renaissance of Annandale knows that the employees are our greatest asset in providing excellent dementia and Alzheimer’s care—not the buildings, not the designs, not the technology. So, we make a significant investment in the people that provide care to our residents. These educational offerings cover the disease process, communication and the key facets of caring for residents with mental, physical and emotional needs. We work closely with the local Alzheimer's Association for hands-on certified training. Also, we have a registered nurse with a passion for Alzheimer's who has the responsibility of training our staff.
Families are also an essential part of the program at Renaissance of Annandale and are encouraged to visit often. As a good community citizen, we offer caregiver training for those families who choose to continue between care for their loved one at home, whether they live with Alzheimer's, dementia or another memory disorder. Through modern means of communication, including social media, we help family members play an informed role in the progress of their loved one.
Call us today at (703) 256-2525 to schedule a visit. We think you’ll like what you see.