Abrams Assisted Living
DC's newest 100% Medicaid assisted living community.
A caring place in a historic setting in the heart of Upper Northwest Washington, D.C., Abrams Assisted Living offers 54 private studio apartments for seniors age 62 and over with extremely low income who need housing, and assistance with their daily care
Your Home, Your Community
Abrams Assisted Living offers a dreamlike lifestyle to seniors in the heart of DC.
We are surrounded by an active social community, a central plaza, and lush parks & nature.
Our residents have the opportunity to be part of a vibrant community and an invigorating senior living experience.
Who We Are
Managed by Grand Senior Living, Abrams Assisted Living is one of the latest projects of The Parks, a 66-acre redevelopment of the former Walter Reed Army Medical Center located in the Upper Northwest DC.
Abrams Assisted Living is a senior living community designed to care for the District of Columbia's most vulnerable residents; seniors with extremely low income, who need housing, and assistance with their daily activities.
Three Daily Meals + Snacks
Emergency Call System
Personal Care Services
Robust Activity Calendar
Housekeeping and Laundry
Care Coordination with Medical Providers
Pharmacy Delivery Service
Fully Furnished Private Apartments
Bed, nightstand, chair, dresser, mirror, bulletin board, towels, and sheets.
Kitchenettes with Mini-fridge
Accessible Bathrooms withWalk-in Shower
Blinds on Every Window
All Utilities Included
Heat, hot water, and air conditioning.
Individual Heat and A/C
Who We Serve
Abrams Assisted Living is designed to serve residents of the District of Columbia who qualify for each of the following:
Permanent Supportive Housing (PSH): Eligibility Criteria for PSH are determined by the Department of Human Services (DHS).
Low-Income Housing Tax Credit / Property Eligibility: Potential residents must be income-eligible and 62 years of age or older.
EPD Waiver Eligibility: Potential residents must qualify for and be accepted to the Elderly and Individuals with Physical Disabilities (EPD) Medicaid Waiver Program through the Department of Health Care Finance (DHCF).
Assisted Living Residence Eligibility: Potential residents must qualify for assisted living level of care, which typically means needing assistance with 3 or more activities of daily living (ADLs)