District of Columbia Elderly Care

Find District of Columbia DC Elderly Care and Senior Care Services provided by Departments of Aging, Medicaid, Medicare, Senior Centers, Social Security Offices, Nursing Homes and Assisted Living Facilities.

An Assisted Living Facility and Nursing Home in District of Columbia , District of Columbia is a local residential facility for elderly members of the community who need assistance with daily care. District of Columbia Nursing Homes can provide short-term rehabilitative services to people recovering from hospital stays, as well as long-term care for people who don't require hospitalization but can't be cared for at home. District of Columbia Assisted Living Facilities usually consist of semiprivate or private apartments and provide care for the elderly with medication, intermittent nursing care, and assistance with daily living activities. Many Assisted Living and Nursing Homes offer dining programs, educational activities, and cultural and recreational events. In many states, Medicaid covers District of Columbia elder care facilities including Assisted Living Facilities and Nursing Homes.

Assisted Living Centers Of America Washington DC 1717 Pennsylvania Avenue Northwest 20006 202-241-3799

Chevy Chase House Retirement Residence Washington DC 5420 Connecticut Avenue Northwest 20015 202-686-5504

Christian Community Group Home Washington DC 2501 18th Street Northeast 20018 202-635-9384

E & N Healthcare Services Washington DC 710 Jefferson Street Northwest 20011 202-241-7051

Episcopal Senior Ministries Washington DC 900 2nd Street Northeast 20002 202-289-5690

Georgetown Retirement Residence Washington DC 2512 Q Street Northwest 20007 202-338-6111

Hadley Hosp Skilled Nursing Washington DC 4601 Martin Luther King Junior Avenue Southwest 20032 202-279-3002

J B Johnson Nursing Center Washington DC 901 1st Street Northwest 20001 202-535-1100

Joye Asst Living Assisted Living Services Washington DC 5131 Call Place Southeast 20019 202-758-0309

Knollwood Nursing Home Washington DC 6200 Oregon Avenue Northwest 20015 202-541-0150

Knox Hill Senior Building Washington DC 2700 Jasper Street Southeast 20020 202-678-4182

National Center for Assisted Living Washington DC 1201 L Street Northwest 20005 202-842-4444

Progressive Nursing Staffers Washington DC 1250 24th Street Northwest 20037 202-467-8323

Rock Creek Manor Nursing Center Washington DC 2131 O Street Northwest 20037 202-785-3976

Stoddard Baptist Nursing Home Washington DC 1818 Newton Street Northwest 20010 202-328-7400

Triangle View Senior Residence Washington DC 3600 B Street Southeast 20019 202-584-0728

Vida Senior Centers Washington DC 1330 Missouri Avenue Northwest 20011 202-503-2689

Washington Nursing Facility Washington DC 2425 25th Street Southeast 20020 202-889-3600

Wayne's Place Senior Living Washington DC 114 Wayne Place Southeast 20032 202-561-4060

A Department of Aging in District of Columbia , District of Columbia is a government agency at the state, county, or local level that provides support and assistance to elderly members of the community. District of Columbia Departments of Aging offer a number of services and programs to promote the health, safety, and independence of the elderly, including health and wellness programs, caregiver services, and elder abuse prevention. At the local District of Columbia level, Departments of Aging are involved in directly providing services, which can include cultural and recreational programming.

Washington Department of Aging Washington DC 330 Independence Avenue Southwest 20237 202-401-4634

A Social Security Office in District of Columbia , District of Columbia is a local branch of the federal Social Security Administration, which provides financial support to elderly people and other eligible individuals. Elderly workers are eligible for Social Security assistance if they meet certain age and work history requirements, or if they have a qualifying spouse. District of Columbia Social Security Offices provide a range of elderly care services, including monthly stipends to retired workers. Social Security Offices provide assistance in enrolling for Social Security benefits, receiving District of Columbia SSDI benefits, and planning for retirement needs.

Washington Social Security Office Washington DC 2041 Martin Luther King Junior Avenue Southeast 20020