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Thursday, February 6, 2014

Will Reston Replace Cameron Glen With New Style of Senior Living? RestonNow, February 6, 2014

In 2014, Reston will be losing its only nursing and rehabilitation center when Cameron Glen closes its doors and moves to a new facility in Loudoun County.
However, area eldercare advocates are exploring whether Reston may be a good place for a new style of senior living.
Reston resident Steve Gurney, publisher of the Guide to Retirement Living SourceBook and a member of Reston for a Lifetime, has been consulting with non-profit The Green House Project, an Arlington-based organization that helps communities build a more homelike senior living arrangement.
Green House homes try and replicate the feel of a home rather than an institution, says the Green House Project. Homes are designed for 10 to 12 residents, with private rooms and bathrooms as well as common open spaces. . . .
Click here for the rest of this article by Karen Goff.  

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