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Fisher House Foundation | January 26Caregiver Support Group | January 26, February 23 & March 22Lecture at the Church of the Nativity | January 30Communication Club | Every WednesdayExercise for Parkinson's | Every SundayPNFCA Social | Every First Wednesday of the MonthClick to learn more about our upcoming events.
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Over the past year, our residents came together to knit an afghan during Knitting Club in the community that will be donated to the Fisher House Foundation. The afghan will be auctioned to raise funds for military families. Join us for a very special Social Hour to celebrate our Residents for what they accomplished and present the afghan to the Fisher House Foundation. They will also share about their mission and how they support our country.
For more information and to RSVP, please call 703-250-1637.
Please join our Reminiscence Coordinator, Maureen Charlton, and other caregivers just like you to share advice, exchange stories, and learn more about additional resources available. We hope you find peace of mind in the midst of the journey. We are here for you!
Join us for a special lecture on “Difference between Normal Aging & Dementia” on Thursday, January 30th right after the 12:00 p.m. Mass, in the Fr. Ready Room of the Parish Office. It will be presented by Maureen Charlton who is currently the Reminiscence Coordinator at Sunrise at Silas Burke House. She has previously worked for the Alzheimer’s Association in various roles, including helpline support, providing family consultations, developing professional training and facilitating support groups. Lunch will be provided.
Wellness and prevention program for individuals with Parkinson’s Disease and their care partners with a focus on maintenance of communication skills. Stresses the importance of speaking louder to be heard in social settings.
We bring together people impacted by Parkinson’s Disease to participate in various physical exercises aimed at improving posture, balance, and circulation while increasing strength, muscle control, and mobility. Various activities designed to engage participants mentally are also incorporated.
Join us for a social hour and meet others to share experiences and information about Parkinson’s. Refreshments will be provided.
Sunrise at Silas Burke House, which is located just outside of Washington, DC, in Fairfax, Virginia, has been built on the historical grounds of the Silas Burke House. Our community was designed carefully to preserve the physical structure of the Silas Burke House and complement its grounds while creating a beautiful living space for our residents to engage, enjoy, express, learn and grow.
Our community offers assisted living, short-term stays, coordination of hospice care and a specialized memory care Reminiscence neighborhood designed specifically for those with Alzheimer's or dementia. Residents and families enjoy the peaceful suburban neighborhood surrounding our community and its parks, trails and natural beauty while enjoying all of the benefits of surrounding Fairfax County, including excellent medical services, shopping and dining options.
Inside our community, our experienced team members develop an individualized service plan designed to meet each resident's specific needs. Our Live With Purpose programming encourages participation in in daily activities such as exercise classes, art enrichment, opportunities for spiritual reflection and much more. And, our maintenance-free living includes three delicious meals prepared using local, seasonal ingredients and planned with each resident's dietary needs and preferences in mind. Call or fill out the form today to learn more about our Northern Virginia senior living community.
Our residents have been participating in weekly video chat conversations with students in Brazil! Through the Speaking Exchange program, residents connect with a different generation and culture, and students get to practice their English language skills. Read more from the Burke Connection.
Sunrise Advantage Plan is a HMO with a Medicare contract. Enrollment in Sunrise Advantage Plan depends on contract renewal. Y0125_SSLweb_C