DC Senior Living Communities

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Finding the perfect senior living community in Washington DC can be challenging. That’s why here at Senior Living website we’ve gathered into one location extensive information about Washington DC’s 139 assisted living options, which include a full range of active adult retirement communities, as well as a variety of assisted-care situations. In addition, you’ll find both positive and negative reviews - submitted by senior citizens - of the various facilities. As the web’s most comprehensive resource for senior living communities, we’re here to help you understand your options, and make the best choice, that will allow you or your loved one to live near family and friends, and enjoy the kind of amenities that put a smile on your face!

Washington DC Senior LivingUsing the Senior Living Website is easy: simply (1) Click on a Washington DC city to see the local options; or (2) Enter a Washington DC city name, county, zip or street address to find senior living nearest to a desired location; or (3) Fill out a form provided on this site, and someone will contact you. We’re confident that we’ll be able to assist you in making the wisest choice, in selecting a senior living facility in Washington DC.

Washington DC Senior Living Information

If you choose to live in Washington DC, expect summertime highs in the 80’s and wintertime lows, with moderate snowfall, in the 20’s. One thing that may be important for you to know is that Washington DC residents have no voting representation in Congress, yet have among the highest per capita federal tax rate. The crime rate tends to be lowest in the more affluent northwest neighborhoods, and increases as one travels further east.

Senior Living Amenities In Washington DC

Having access to activities that interest us is an important factor to consider, when choosing our senior living community. Washington DC offers a fantastically-rich array of historic sites, museums and galleries: the Washington Monument and Lincoln Memorial; the National Archives (home to copies of various documents important to American history); the National Air and Space Museum; the National Museum of African Art; the National Museum of American History; the Sackler and Freer Galleries (focusing on Asian art); and the Smithsonian American Art Museum, to name just a few. You can also play lotteries and charitable games in DC; and it maintains six golf courses.

So begin your search today - using one of Senior Living website’s three user-friendly tools - for the perfect community to enjoy your senior years.