As a constantly active community, Asbury always has a story to share, from community events to innovative new approaches in senior living to resident and associate success stories. See media coverage and our own articles below.
Thank you to Senior Living News for this feature article on how retirement communities are recognizing the importance of intentional culture change to ensure that members of the LGBT community feel welcomed by residents and associates. Asbury Methodist Village is proud to be included in this...Read More »
Asbury has earned platinum certification from SAGECare, an LGBT accrediting body that fosters welcoming cultures for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) people.
In June 2018, Asbury, a continuing care retirement community in Gaithersburg, Md., achieved bronze level certification,...Read More »
Asbury resident Jag Bhargava is featured in this U.S. News & World Report feature on why you should consider moving to a retirement community before retiring. Thank you, Jag, for sharing why it has been a great move for you, and thank you to Rachel Hartman for including Asbury in your article.Read More »
Thank you to the Washington Post for this feature on Asbury Methodist Village's recent recognition as a LGBT-friendly retirement community, the Washington-metro region's first.
As a community of welcome for people of all cultures, beliefs, and backgrounds, we are proud to support LGBT rights and...Read More »
On March 8, Cynthia Perez and Sallyn Ratemo of Asbury Methodist Village joined several dozen area professionals to be recognized as Healthcare Council of the National Capital Area Employees of the Year.
The award recognizes individuals’ extraordinary contributions towards the financial strength...Read More »
GAITHERSBURG, Md. -- Long before Dorothy, Rose and Blanche, there were Margaret, Barbara and Nancy. And nearly half a century later, they are still thankful for being friends.
Margaret Sugg, Barbara Fletcher and Nancy Fassett have spent decades redefining the word "friendship." They've lived...Read More »