manassas journal messenger 02/07/01


Sudley Manor opens its doors


Scarton Jr.



Sudley Manor House will hold its official grand opening on Feb. 15 from

2-8 p.m. with a ribbon-cutting ceremony at 5 p.m.

The festivities will include tours of the facility, entertainment, food

and vendor displays.

Doing the ribbon cutting honors will be Bob Anderson, president of the

Prince William County-Greater Manassas Chamber of Commerce, Manassas Mayor

Marvin Gillum and Tom Frank, owner of the facility. The Rev. Alan Hudsmith,

pastor of nearby Hope Lutheran Church, will give the invocation.

The vendors will include groups that can provide entertainment and cultural

arts for the residents, such as Historic Manassas Inc., Center for the Arts,

Heritage Festival and Osbourn Park Arts Department.

An assisted living facility, Sudley Manor is located at 7750 Garner

Drive, behind the Kmart at the intersection of Sudley Manor Drive and Williamson

Boulevard in the Sudley Manor subdivision.

The three story facility offers care and supportive surroundings to

help create the ideal setting for meeting personal care needs and continued

independence for its residents.

Specially trained staff members are available around the clock to meet

the needs of the residents.

“Seniors can experience an enriching and appealing lifestyle, including

therapeutic activity and social programs, meals and snacks and transportation,”

said Teresa Bond, marketing director.

The Village is a dedicated, specially designed neighborhood within the

House that offers expanded services to residents with Alzheimer’s disease

or other memory impairments. The secured, residential area with specially-trained

staff, offers consistent care and all-day programming.

Living spaces include two centrally located Country Kitchens, private

rooms, and access to a secure Sensory Walking Garden. The village is designed

to promote the highest degree of resident autonomy.

The supportive surrounding and individualized service plans at the facility

provide a wide variety of care – from independent supportive to full personal

care while encouraging independence in a ‘homelike” environment.

Since its opening on Dec. 27, the Manor House has taken in seven residents.

It has a capacity of 83.

Apartments are available in varying floor plans ranging in size from

238 to 602 square feet. Monthly base rentals start at $2,000 for assisted

living and $3,200 for special needs.

· Contact Bennie Scarton Jr. at [email protected]



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