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OUR COVID-19 RESPONSE

Safety is our number one priority at Chevy Chase House. We are maintaining a conservative approach to reopening visitation and elements of our lifestyle as we take our responsibility for the well-being of our community members very seriously. We will continue implementing strict safety and sanitation protocols to keep our residents healthy and adhering to CDC, state and local guidelines, as well as procedures we feel are necessary for our community.

For more information about our response to COVID-19, visit Meridian Senior Living's website.

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We will communicate any changes to our policies directly with our residents and loved ones. If you have any questions, we invite you to call us directly by phone.

NEW RESIDENTS

Our community remains open to new residents, and we are offering virtual tours for those interested in learning more about our community. Let us share our policies and procedures, monthly specials, and all we are doing to keep our community safe and our residents happy.

 

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Music Performance by Holton-Arms

Chevy Chase House Luxury Senior Living, a Washington, D.C.'s premier senior living community, is delighted to enjoy a generous and touching gift of music performed by students from Holton-Arms, an independent school for girls located in Bethesda, MD. Produced by the Lower School’s Head of Music, Melissa Novak and her Assistant Helen Poon, the music track: “I Make My Own Sunshine” features the 6th grade chorus. The track showcases beautiful vocalized harmonies of the song paired with the strumming of an acoustic guitar. Facing the challenges of the pandemic, the lyrics convey a meaningful message of being positive when circumstances may not be optimal; such as, “It don’t matter if it’s raining, nothing can phase me, I make my own sunshine.” 

“We cannot express our gratitude to the Holton-Arms students for their generous gift during these challenging times, when visitation is restricted for safety,” says Nicki Beekman, Executive Director.  “The music not only fosters positive emotional health among our residents but also provides an intergenerational connection that can improve mental, cognitive, and physical health.”

Access to the sound file is showcased on the Chevy Chase House Facebook here.

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