Tall Oaks Assisted Living

12052 North Shore Drive Reston VA 20190

866-465-5993

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For over 20 years, Tall Oaks At Reston has provided exceptional assisted living services to residents of the Northern Virginia area. Our staff's longevity and reputation is unsurpassed, bringing peace of mind to both residents and their families. The goal of Tall Oaks At Reston has always been to give each of the residents a choice of care options that encourages individuality, independence and the preservation of dignity. A wonderful social program, licensed practical nurses on-site 24 hours a day and an on-site medical clinic offer residents the opportunity to maintain an active, healthy lifestyle. Enjoying this lifestyle in an atmosphere of warmth and caring... a setting that is rich in thoughtful residential design makes Tall Oaks At Reston a place our residents can truly call home. Tall Oaks also offers specialized Alzheimer's and dementia care as well as temporary respite stay.

Pricing at Tall Oaks Assisted Living

Room Type
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Studio
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1 Bedroom
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2 Bedrooms
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Semi-Private
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*Prices quoted are monthly rental charges and are provided by the communities themselves. Actual prices may differ due to one-time fees, timing and care services required. Speak with your Senior Living Advisor to learn more.

Reviews of Tall Oaks Assisted Living

3.6 of 5 Average rating
30 Reviews
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(16) A Place For Mom
(14) SeniorAdvisor.com
  • Caring and inclusive

    The staff is upbeat and caring. They really take time to learn the names of residents and to relate to them on an individual basis. They are happy to answer the questions of family members and to communicate ways to improve the quality of life for the resident. They work hard to engage and to include residents in activities, which are numerous and varied.

    Review originally written on A Place For Mom

    Caring and inclusive

    The staff is upbeat and caring. They really take time to learn the names of residents and to relate to them on an individual basis. They are happy to answer the questions of family members and to communicate ways to improve the quality of life for the resident. They work hard to engage and to include residents in activities, which are numerous and varied.

  • While the building is dated and needs an overhaul, as do the rooms, it was a very busy, active place. Lots of activities for the residents who seemed pleasant and friendly. The prices are decent for the Northern Virginia area, but close to places with nicer, more updated facilities. The dining room was a bit of a walk from the elevator. Nice solarium and side rooms. Staff was very friendly.

    Review originally written on A Place For Mom

    While the building is dated and needs an overhaul, as do the rooms, it was a very busy, active place. Lots of activities for the residents who seemed pleasant and friendly. The prices are decent for the Northern Virginia area, but close to places with nicer, more updated facilities. The dining room was a bit of a walk from the elevator. Nice solarium and side rooms. Staff was very friendly.

  • Would not recommend Tall Oaks

    My sister and I moved our elderly parents into Tall Oaks several years ago because had suffered several falls and could no longer care for themselves in their high rise apartment setting. We investigated and researched several other assisted living facilities in the Northern Virginia area and chose Tall Oaks based on amenities, location. cost, and quality of care. It was a good fit for them for a few months then a steady parade of executive and staff departures started taking place and everything went downhill. My dad passed away 8 months after moving in and we were advised by several people to not move my mom to the dementia floor or to another facility because she was used to the people and the routine there and it would be too upsetting for her. She remained in the same apartment for another year and a half and we had numerous meetings and run-ins with the leadership and staff over her care, or lack thereof. My husband and I would go by after work several times a week to check on her, bring food to her, and clean up because she wasn't eating and living in dirty conditions. She also wasn't bathing and wore the same dirty clothes day after day. She also contracted several kidney and bladder infections from lack of fluid intake and poor hygiene and ended up in Reston Hospital two times. We complained numerous times and were told repeatedly that they couldn't force her to do anything and if she said no to something, they had to respect her wishes. We pointed out that we were paying thousands of dollars each month and at that point, her care consisted of cold food on a tray being plopped down in her room three times a day and someone poking their head in the door every few hours to see if she was still alive. The final straw came on July 4th, 2016 when she managed to get out the front door of the facility, not once but twice, and was found wandering around the parking lot. We finally determined that we could no longer let her remain there so fortunately, we found a wonderful, small residential facility nearby where she has lived since August 2016. She just celebrated her 92nd birthday and has thrived with healthy meals, socialization with the other residents, and loving care from the staff. I truly believe that she would no longer be alive if we had allowed her to remain at Tall Oaks.

    Review originally written on A Place For Mom

    Would not recommend Tall Oaks

    My sister and I moved our elderly parents into Tall Oaks several years ago because had suffered several falls and could no longer care for themselves in their high rise apartment setting. We investigated and researched several other assisted living facilities in the Northern Virginia area and chose Tall Oaks based on amenities, location. cost, and quality of care. It was a good fit for them for a few months then a steady parade of executive and staff departures started taking place and everything went downhill. My dad passed away 8 months after moving in and we were advised by several people to not move my mom to the dementia floor or to another facility because she was used to the people and the routine there and it would be too upsetting for her. She remained in the same apartment for another year and a half and we had numerous meetings and run-ins with the leadership and staff over her care, or lack thereof. My husband and I would go by after work several times a week to check on her, bring food to her, and clean up because she wasn't eating and living in dirty conditions. She also wasn't bathing and wore the same dirty clothes day after day. She also contracted several kidney and bladder infections from lack of fluid intake and poor hygiene and ended up in Reston Hospital two times. We complained numerous times and were told repeatedly that they couldn't force her to do anything and if she said no to something, they had to respect her wishes. We pointed out that we were paying thousands of dollars each month and at that point, her care consisted of cold food on a tray being plopped down in her room three times a day and someone poking their head in the door every few hours to see if she was still alive. The final straw came on July 4th, 2016 when she managed to get out the front door of the facility, not once but twice, and was found wandering around the parking lot. We finally determined that we could no longer let her remain there so fortunately, we found a wonderful, small residential facility nearby where she has lived since August 2016. She just celebrated her 92nd birthday and has thrived with healthy meals, socialization with the other residents, and loving care from the staff. I truly believe that she would no longer be alive if we had allowed her to remain at Tall Oaks.

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