An Active Community Focused on Engagement and Wellness

At Forest Hills of DC, living well is just the beginning. Discover an active community with a continuum of care.

Assisted Living Tailored to Resident Needs

From daily activities to beautiful gardens to compassionate team members, be uplifted and supported with individualized care.

Memory Care for a Continued Life Journey

Benefit from specialized experiences designed specifically for memory care residents and with attention to each resident’s preferences, abilities and needs.

Inclusive Senior Living: Care, Support, and a Focus on Family

Throughout our history, our focus has always been on people — our residents, families and staff who, together, create a feeling of “home”. We never forget that a warm hello or a small favor can make anyone’s day brighter. Because we believe what we all really need most is found in our hearts, not on a checklist.

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Services

Serving seniors in the Washington DC region.

Assisted Living

We offer several levels of care within our assisted living community. Each is tailored to the specific needs of our residents.

Memory Care

A friendly, home-like environment where our residents can enjoy friendships, activities and programs that provide engaging experiences every day. 

Skilled Nursing Care

Our staff of registered nurses, certified nursing assistants, social workers, and dieticians develop a personalized care plan for each resident.

Short-Term Rehabilitation Center

Our highly rated, Medicare-licensed skilled nursing care center offers private and deluxe semi-private rooms in our community for short-term rehabilitation.

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We would be happy to give you a personal tour of our community and learn more about the your needs or those of a loved one. 

Our mission is to continually grow as a supportive community that inspires and engages seniors and their caregivers.

I appreciate the care she is getting, and the friendliness that she and I have encountered, and it is a family environment.
I appreciate the care she is getting, and the friendliness that she and I have encountered, and it is a family environment.
Tonya Martin 
There are a few I would like to recognize. Alex is one of them. Olsa is a nurse there, and Vicky Parker. There is another one, but I can't remember her name, I think she is from Nigeria. Her name starts with and A. Another one is from Appel. Her ...
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There are a few I would like to recognize. Alex is one of them. Olsa is a nurse there, and Vicky Parker. There is another one, but I can't remember her name, I think she is from Nigeria. Her name starts with and A. Another one is from Appel. Her name escapes me right now. When I send Genia a message, I make sure she follows through. There is a lot for them to do. There are things that fall through the cracks. (The resident) seems happy there. They are responsive and they take pictures of the residents and put them on the board. They took them to a baseball game, and it was quite special. I try to drop things off for the nurses too. It's not an easy job. The people in the kitchen, I like them and I understand the circumstances of their job and the shortage. Veronica is another nursing assistant. She is very good.
Anonymous
We brought my mother here when she was 90 because of dementia. We brought her to Forest Side. It was the inpatient assisted living with dementia. I looked at many facilities, and I wanted something close to where I live. I also wanted a place where she would ...
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We brought my mother here when she was 90 because of dementia. We brought her to Forest Side. It was the inpatient assisted living with dementia. I looked at many facilities, and I wanted something close to where I live. I also wanted a place where she would be in lovely surroundings and treated with dignity. Forest Side fulfilled that. After she broke her hip, we had to put her in nursing care. It is a very different situation. Now it is essentially nursing care. They do a fine job of that. Because of COVID, the staff has changed dramatically. She is well cared for.
Pauline Klein - Locker

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