Commonwealth Senior Living atFredericksburg
Welcome to Commonwealth Senior Living at Fredericksburg, a quaint, home-like environment. Unique in the senior living market, there are only 26 suites for a total of 38 residents which contributes to the intimacy of the space. You’ll also quickly discover why our caregivers are seen more like members of your family here.
It is such a comforting and reassuring thought to know that there is always someone here if you ever need help. We can assist with bathing, dressing, managing your medications or other activities of daily living. Although you will know we’re always here, you still have the benefit of having your own privacy, which we respect. Our person-centered care is tailored to fit your wants and needs, 24 hours a day and 7 days a week.
But don’t just take our word for it. We’re proud to have been recognized by U.S. News and World Report as Best Assisted Living in Fredericksburg, Virginia for 2021, and Top Retirement Communities for 2022 by Virginia Living Magazine.
Please schedule your personal tour today so we can share with you all our community has to offer!
A Day In The Life at Commonwealth Senior Living at Fredericksburg
- Soup du Jour
- Greek Salad
- Garden Salad
- Paprikash Pork Chop
- Quiche Lorraine
- Beef Burgundy
- Red Pepper Couscous
- Broccoli Cheddar Gratin
- Roasted Butternut Squash
- Coconut Cream Cake
- Pumpkin Pie
- Caramel Brownies
Sample Activity Schedule
- 9:00 am: Gentle Yoga
- 10:00 am: MyndVR Virtual Reality Experience
- 11:00 am: Reader’s Theater
- 2:00 pm: Backyard Botanicals
- 3:00 pm: Wine and Design
- 4:00 pm: Life Story Reminisce
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"What They Had" Film Screening - CSL Fredericksburg
This year we have chosen the film “What They Had” for our screening and discussion group. Besides it being a beautiful work by an award-winning cast, the story is reminiscent of the accounts we’ve heard from so many families over the last 20 years – a mother struggling with cognitive decline as the family reacts in a variety of ways. Adult children are often reluctant to interfere in the lives of their parents but are still concerned Mom or Dad isn’t getting the care they deserve.
This journey families take in supporting each other as they age is both emotional and challenging. Being able to experience this from an outside perspective helps us open ourselves to more in-depth conversations within our own families.
Come join us to watch the film and for a discussion afterward with our Certified Dementia Practitioners. Please feel free to ask any questions you may have. We encourage families to join us together as it may spark valuable conversations.
Join us for a complimentary viewing and discussion.
Seating is limited.
Location: Ebenezer United Methodist - 161 Embrey Mill Rd, Stafford, VA 22554