Bill and Rosa Susinski
Vienna Manor Assisted Living
“I am very excited to meet everyone, please feel free to stop by if you have any questions or if you simply want to meet with me” (Rosa). Call Grace to schedule a personal visit: 703-403-7583.
Choosing an assisted living environment for a loved one can be an emotional, difficult decision. There are so many options, and so many factors to consider when making such an important choice. We've experienced this in our own family lives.
We decided to open Vienna Manor in December of 2011, after caring for Rosa's late mother Renee´. Rosa believes that every resident should be be treated with the love and care she offered her own mother… and be afforded everything they need to live gracefully. That's our philosophy, and that's the way we treat each and every one of our Vienna Manor family members. That includes our dedicated staff.
Our mission at Vienna Manor Assisted Living is to provide exceptional care for our residents in a safe and loving home. Our vision is to become the premier assisted living facility in the area.
In 2016, we were please to open our second home - right around the corner from our first. This new home was well received, and it quickly became as comfortable as the first. In 2018, we opened our third location in Oakton, Virginia - only about 4 miles from our others. Now you have three great choices!
When you're ready to discuss assisted living for your loved one, we're here to listen, to educate and to guide you toward the best possible choice. Whether or not you choose us, we're here to help.
Grace G. Kimball
Executive Director, Vienna Manor Assisted Living
Grace brings 20 years worth of experience as a Nurse and Assisted Living Administrator here in Northern Virginia. Most recently she was with Sunrise for 5 years and made a lot of positive changes in that community. Grace started her career in Nursing back in 1997, working as a FT Nurse in a local Skilled Nursing rehab and then began her career as a Licensed Administrator in 2003.
Grace is very passionate about her job, making a difference in the life of seniors is her top priority. One of the favorite parts of her job is the one-on-one time with the residents and hearing their stories and wisdom they have learned in life. Grace has served many families in Northern Virginia and most of them remain friends with her and keep her updated with their own family life.