When you and your adult children are looking for your next stage of life, you want to know what's unique and different in the places you visit. What makes a community special?
Asbury’s beautiful campus in Gaithersburg features varied dining venues, a staffed fitness center with pool, a 17-acre Wildlife Preserve with walking trails, community gardens, large theatre and more than 100 resident-run programs. Residents volunteer on and off campus, and continue to learn and engage through the resident-run Keese School of Continuing Education and partnerships with the Strathmore Arts Center and Osher Institute.
It’s a special place, but that’s not all that people appreciate at Asbury. “Many residents most like that they have a secure plan for their future no matter how their needs change,” says Cynthia Perez at Asbury. “Living here, they have lifetime priority access to a full continuum of health and supportive services, with home health, assisted living, skilled care and memory support services, even if they exhaust financial resources through no fault of their own.”
There is really something for everyone at Asbury Methodist Village. As one of the largest continuing care retirement communities in the country, independent living options include courtyard homes, villas and spacious apartments. There are also assisted living suites, skilled nursing residences, memory support and rehabilitation therapy services. The focus on wellness includes many activities for social, intellectual, emotional, spiritual and vocational life.
“There’s a real peace of mind for Asbury residents and their family members,” says Perez. “It comes from our remarkable standard of living and our continuum that spans complete independence to assisted living and skilled nursing.”
Accreditations & Awards
CARF International Accredited, EAGLE Accredited, Gaithersburg City Environmental Award, International Council on Active Aging Innovator of the Year Award, Wildlife Habitat Council Certified
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