751 Hillsdale Drive
Charlottesville, VA 22901
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Community that helps with activities of daily living
Communities that foster social connection
Care provided on a long term basis
Care for Alzheimer’s and Dementia
Temporary care that rehabilitates
For over 25 years, Our Lady of Peace has offered quality Independent Living, Assisted Living, Memory Care, On-site Rehabilitation, and long-term Nursing Care.
Independent Living residents enjoy a vibrant, maintenance-free lifestyle with nurses available 24 hours a day, should they ever be needed. Residents needing a bit more help can turn to us for our trusted Assisted Living care, which is customized for each resident to preserve independence and allow everyone to live life to their fullest potential. In our unique Christopher Center, we provided secure and specialized Memory Care for those Alzheimer’s or another type of dementia. If current or prospective residents need Rehabilitation services, we offer speech, physical, and occupational therapy on site. Should a higher level of care ever be required, compassionate Nursing Care is also available in our community.
At Our Lady of Peace, our residents come first. No matter the circumstances, their health, well-being, and happiness remain – as always – our top priority. We provide comfortable and affordable senior living apartments and a full continuum of care for all who call Our Lady of Peace home.
Community Features and Services
Independent and Assisted Living Features
Individual care plans are tailored to each resident, and medication administration is always included. Physical, occupational, and speech therapies are available on site if needed. A robust activities program offers something for everyone – whether it’s our popular Happy Hour event, gardening, crafts, or games. And we are always adding new programs based on our residents’ interests.
Memory Care in The Christopher Center
The Christopher Center at Our Lady of Peace is designed as a pavilion featuring a bright atrium with a central area made up of a nurse’s station, music room, sunroom, dining room, and activity room. Resident suites surround the central living area. A secure courtyard allows residents to enjoy the outdoors whenever they like.
The Reflections Memory Care Program provides a fresh perspective on Memory Care using the latest therapeutic approaches. Specially selected caregivers are required to complete an intensive 15-hour training course. The goal of Reflections is to enhance resident engagement, create opportunities for success based on individual abilities, and help create positive relationships with residents, families, and caregivers.
Additional Care Services – Nursing and Rehab
The future always holds some uncertainty, but at Our Lady of Peace we’re here to help minimize the unknown. If you ever need to transition to long-term nursing care, you can expect to receive the same personalized attention, from the same familiar faces, in surroundings you call home. And if you are already a resident you will receive priority admission to our nursing center if the need should ever arise.
We also partner with Genesis Rehab Services to provide convenient, on-site access to rehabilitation services for our current residents if they should require physical, occupational, or speech therapy.
“Here, I feel protected, valued and well cared for. No one knows what the future will bring, but I feel confident that my physical, emotional and spiritual well-being will be guarded by the staff at Our Lady of Peace.”
“We are grateful that my 98-year-old father has such a caring place to spend his final years. Our deep gratitude goes to the wonderful staff at Our Lady of Peace.”
“Thank you to you and the entire staff for your thorough preparation and communication regarding the care and safeguarding of all of the residents at OLOP! I honestly have no concerns that she and my dad won’t have all of their needs met by the staff! It is such a gift to have this peace of mind. Thank you all for everything you do every day!”