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Mary Marshall Assisted Living Residence

Mary Marshall Assisted Living Residence

2000 5th Street
South Arlington, VA 22204

Kay Halverson

khalverson@voa.org

Details

  • 52 Units
  • Independent & Assisted Living
  • Skilled Nursing & Transitional Care
  • Equal Housing Opportunity
  • Handicap accessible

Description

Partnering with the Arlington County (Virginia) Department of Health and Human Services to merge our experiences with seniors and people with disabilities and collectively deliver a unique program model, Mary Marshall offers an innovative, community-based facility for seniors with intellectual disabilities and mental illness.

The 52-unit licensed assisted living facility provides homes for low-income people age 55 and older with cognitive, mental health and other special needs who require assistance with activities of daily living. As assisted living programs have been more successful in allowing people with intellectual disabilities to live healthier, more fulfilling lives, these people are also living longer. As they reach old age, they face both their existing disabilities and new issues, such as limited mobility and vision, that come with aging. 

At Mary Marshall, all of our services are about helping those we support create whole lives. We are strongly committed to the principles of person-centered planning and individual choice.

We help our residents focus on identifying their own strengths. We help them build upon their own personal assets, interests and desires. And our staff is able to support the health and safety needs of each person, including personal independence and assistance with activities of daily living, as needed. As part of a faith-based organization, Volunteers of America staff are fueled by love and compassion, and an unfailing dedication to the human spirit.

Amenities

  • Supervision and assistance with ADLs (Activities of Daily Living)
  • Nursing, medication administration and health care monitoring
  • Individualized chronic disease management and education
  • Recommendations for services needed to maintain and promote health and safety
  • Social services
  • Recreational and leisure activities
  • Nutritional services with three meals a day and snacks
  • Spacious, attractive private room and bath
  • Wellness center
  • Attractive dining room and lounge areas
  • Computer access with Internet capability
  • Transportation assistance

Additional Information

If you are interested in volunteering, please contact Katrina Holmes, Life Enrichment Director, at Kholmes@voa.org  or (571) 527-5007.

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