Forest Hills of DC Community Day (August 27, 2022)

by | Sep 11, 2022 | Activities, Community, Events

Event Name: Forest Hills of DC Community Day
Event Date: Saturday, August 27, 2022
Scope: Community Awareness and Interaction

Forest Hills of DC recognizes that the community we live in is part of who we are. Even if we don’t see our neighbors every day, we recognize that the decisions we make can impact those around us and vice versa. We’re all in this together!
Improving our community and helping others, especially seniors, is always our focus. It is what drives us to serve our residents and their families with excellence.
Forest Hills of DC understands the importance and convergence of what makes up community health. It is the intersection of healthcare, economics, and social interaction. The purpose of our community event was to re-introduce ourselves, interact with the community and raise awareness of the role healthcare plays in everyday life.
Forest Hills of DC offers a choice of three communities: assisted living, assisted living with memory care and rehabilitation/24-hour nursing care. Through our event we shined a light on our facility and the services we offer. It was an enjoyable time for the residents, staff, vendors, and community visitors.

Thank you to all the Vendors that participated.

  • Touch of Love Skin Care
  • Tierra Garland’s Desserts
  • She Blings Paparazzi Jewelry
  • Vitas Healthcare
  • Family Nursing Care
  • SummaPrime Nurse Training
  • Color Street Nail Polish Strips
  • MGB Fashion Boutique
  • Mary Kay Cosmetics
  • Legacy Compressions
  • Help Age USA (Department of Health)
  • Yerba Y Coco


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