Assisted living and memory care in picturesque Front Royal has never looked better. Let us help you or your loved ones to age in comfort with views of the Shenandoah Valley’s beautiful landscapes. Our community offers seniors a variety of health, hospitality, and activity services to all of our residents.
We offer spacious apartments perfect for those who need assistance getting around, and delicious meals cooked by culinary professionals three times per day. The nutritious snacks throughout the day are a delightful surprise.
Personalized healthcare plans can be tailored according to your desired activity levels.
Shenandoah Senior Living is here to provide peace of mind and offer 24/7 assistance, so our residents never have to feel alone.
Assisted living at Shenandoah Senior Living in Front Royal means we help with activities of daily living such as grooming, bathing, and/or dressing while also providing three fulfilling meals per day, housekeeping services, and living space maintenance.Read More
Shenandoah Senior Living provides enriching lifestyles for individuals living with Alzheimer’s or dementia while being a resource for their families through our signature program, Aspen Memory Care.Read More
View our photo gallery to see exterior and interior shots of our assisted living and memory care community located in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains
Providing Peace of Mind is our mission. In choosing Shenandoah Senior Living, you can rest easy knowing that our team is focused on catering to your lifestyle and interests. We want you to live your best life! Your new community is designed to provide both comfort and variety in your daily life. We are happy to set the standard of excellence for Front Royal, Virginia senior care.
Our passion for providing care to seniors starts at the top.
Please come in and meet the rest of our caring, compassionate, and kind team.
Theresa Taplin, Executive Director
I’ve been in the assisted living industry for as long as I can remember. My mom is still in the business and one of my first memories is when she took me to work with her. She left me with a few ladies playing cards and I lost 2 quarters and a nickel to Betty Thompson. Betty had a keen ability to count cards and she taught me the finer points of gin rummy. Unfortunately for Betty, she had a tell (her feet tapped when she had a good hand) and when I was 7, I took her for 8 dimes and her hair clip. I still have that hair clip and you can bet that I wore it every time I saw her.
Very caring and compassionate team. Residents are very well taken care of, the facility is beautiful. I can honestly say this is the most caring community. The management always go above and beyond to make sure the needs of the residents are met. Honestly, I have never felt more welcome at a place of employment such as this! ~May 2022
I have been an employee for 3yrs now, And I can honestly say I love my job. It’s like my second family. My home away from home. I love the residents and the staff here. It’s an amazing place to work, The management is wonderful and will help you any way they can, It’s the best job I have had working in healthcare! !May 2022
I have been working here for almost a year and this is the most beautiful place I’ve been to. I love the view from the great room. I work around really good people. ~July 2022
Three years ago, when health challenges finally forced us to move our parents into an assisted living facility, tough choices had to be made. Making those choices even more difficult was the fact that we live over 2,000 miles away and were completely unfamiliar with facilities in the area.
As we went through this difficult process, we were blessed to meet Teresa Taplin, the executive director of the original facility in which our parents have lived and thrived these past three years—thanks in large part to Teresa’s management of both care and staffing.
Perhaps the most notable of the many acts of kindness Teresa has shown Mom and Dad over the years occurred during the weeks and months of 2020’s COVID19 shut down. I flew out to Virginia to see Mom through a window…but Teresa provided me with an inflatable, pressurized purple hippopotamus costume so that I could safely hug my mother during those terrifying times.
Fast-forward three years, and Teresa Taplin is now the executive director at Shenandoah Senior Living community. Change is never easy; however, when Teresa is involved…yeah, it kind of is. After some unsettling questions and concerns at their original facility, I reached out to Teresa at Shenandoah, and she came up with a plan to move our parents to the Shenandoah community.
She has once again handled everything in a caring, professional manner, and provided us the peace of knowing that Mom and Dad will be cared for and loved in a nurturing environment.
We want to thank Teresa and the staff at Shenandoah Senior Living for the care they give to all community residents. ~May 2022
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