Every service, program, amenity, and opportunity at The Providence works together to connect and inspire our residents. Our holistic wellness approach focuses on our residents’ health and well-being: physical, social, mental, and spiritual. All our activities, amenities, services, care, and culture are infused with and inspire growth.LEARN ABOUT 360 WELL
At The Providence, our number one focus is providing our residents with the expert care and flexibility they need to thrive. We know that each resident has a unique set of needs and preferences, and that there is no “one-size-fits-all” program for senior living. We support each individual by providing them with curated and personalized care, while also offering them a wide variety of dining, activity, and relaxation experiences all wrapped in a luxurious, low-maintenance lifestyle.
Our expert care is personlized to support the exact needs of each resident or couple.
Residents enjoy the ultimate in flexibility with dining options including room service, catering, full-service restaurants and more.
Our dedicated staff create special, individualized relationships with residents leading to unparalleled quality care.
From cardio equipment to weight machines, there’s something for every fitness level at our Fitness & Wellness Center. Personal trainers and group fitness classes are also available to help safely and securely guide our residents to their wellness goals. And our onsite clinic gives residents a place to meet with visiting health specialists, clinicians, and physical therapists.
Our onsite Salon & Spa are ready to reward and pamper our residents. They can enjoy a spa day complete with a signature massage or body treatment. Or a salon trip for a cut, color, and style. Add a manicure and pedicure for the full luxury treatment, and this indulgent experience will leave them looking and feeling rejuvenated.
Sandy Steeves is The Providence’s Director of Memory Care. She leads thoughtful and inspired enrichment programs for residents, often accompanied by her 11-pound Poodle-Bichon rescue dog, Kirby. With her background in education, Sandy implemented a “Mimosas & Memories” support group for families and caregivers of people with Alzheimer’s and other forms of memory loss. Hosting these sessions on a weekend morning with light bites and libations serves as an easy way to welcome people in. Each time, Sandy selects an educational topic to kick off the discussion and she finds that this allows participants to relax, engage and share resources in a productive, positive manner. Sandy’s favorite self-care ritual? Getting outdoors and going for a hike; she recommends the history trails in Winchester, Virginia and the C&O Canal Towpath in Maryland.
It’s easy for members to look and feel their best at The Providence, thanks to our on-site salon and spa. And while just about everyone loves a soothing massage or facial, the benefits go well beyond relaxation and glowing skin…Read More