Cohen-Rosen House provides a safe, serene, and caring home for 18 individuals living with Alzheimer’s disease or other dementia-related disorders. Residents experience the benefits of a unique setting where private accommodations, creative programming, and personal solutions shape each day. Each daily experience is designed to maintain important “connections” in life—family, faith and values, caregivers and neighbors, the natural environment, comfort, and security.
Our professional staff follow a universal worker approach. This means everyone is trained and skilled in Alzheimer’s/memory care and knows how to help with dressing, grooming, toileting, housekeeping, recreation, and dining. Staff are all Life Skills Assistants, and their responsibilities are performed to support a traditional household. Our specialized team includes:
- On-staff, on-campus physicians who make home visits
- Registered/licensed nurses, 24 hours a day
- Certified medicine aides
- Certified geriatric nursing assistants
- Activity and dementia care specialists
In addition, residents have access to physical, occupational, and speech therapy, and the top-ranked Post-Acute Care Center at Hebrew Home of Greater Washington.
Explore our nationally-recognized, LEED Certified, memory care unit and the specialized programs that make it unique.