Living The Mission Lisner-Louise-Dickson-Hurt Home

5425 Western Ave. NW Washington, DC 20015
202-966-6667

History of Service

Champion for Seniors

Mission Driven

Personalized Care

Making a Difference

about us

The mission of the Lisner-Louise-Dickson-Hurt Home is to provide extraordinary health and life care services to low and modest income seniors of the District of Columbia, empowering them to live their lives to the fullest. The Home is recognized as a tax exempt public charity under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. Gifts are tax deductible.

The Lisner-Louise-Dickson-Hurt Home family is committed to seeing the truth and beauty of growing older. We take our vow to care for the whole person seriously, always remembering that ours is not a relationship of a moment but, rather, a relationship built upon a history of living life to the fullest. Time and age need not be a gift of the past but a promise of a full and well-spent future.

Programs

What We Offer

Housing Program

Affordable housing for low income and modest income seniors. 

Health Care Program

Work with each resident to create a program tailored to meet the needs of each senior.

Rehabilitation Program

Providing skilled physical, occupational, and speech therapy to all residents. 

Volunteer Program

To develop a positive image of older adults while helping residents achieve a sense of fulfillment. 

Testimonials

What Our Clients Are Saying


  • "When my mother's previous home closed its doors, she was transferred to the Lisner-Louise-Dickson-Hurt Home. While we knew and liked the LLDH Home, I was concerned that Mom, Ada Lucey, would miss the personal attention that the much smaller facility had afforded. All at the LLDH Home soon calmed my fears. While it is a larger, full-service facility, the staff knows and works with each resident individually.

    Many on staff made a point of getting to know my mother, and all watched over her with care. The commitment of the LLDH Home staff gave me the peace of mind of knowing that my mother was well-cared for at all times. While she was not at the LLDH Home very long, she was happy to have made friends with so many on staff, and I appreciated that their friendship was so generously extended to Mom."



    "When my mother's previous home closed its doors, she was transferred to the Lisner-Louise-Dickson-Hurt Home. While we knew and liked the LLDH Home, I was concerned that Mom, Ada Lucey, would miss the personal attention that the much smaller facility had afforded. All at the LLDH Home soon calmed my fears. While it is a larger, full-service facility, the staff knows and works with each resident individually.

    Many on staff made a point of getting to know my mother, and all watched over her with care. The commitment of the LLDH Home staff gave me the peace of mind of knowing that my mother was well-cared for at all times. While she was not at the LLDH Home very long, she was happy to have made friends with so many on staff, and I appreciated that their friendship was so generously extended to Mom."


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    DAUGHTER OF RESIDENT
  • "This is a very friendly, caring place for my parents to be in. I feel that they enjoy the activities and are getting excellent care. The staff knows my family and they keep us up to date. Keeping my parents together was important to all of us and the Home helped to make that a reality." 

    "This is a very friendly, caring place for my parents to be in. I feel that they enjoy the activities and are getting excellent care. The staff knows my family and they keep us up to date. Keeping my parents together was important to all of us and the Home helped to make that a reality." 

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    Daughter of Residents
  • "I have found a wonderful home here because it is the best nursing home it can be. The people here are very nice and understanding. I try to keep my life here very normal, stay busy and get involved. You have to put yourself in motion if you want to live a normal and happy life. I try to encourage people and have compassion for those around me. It is important to take care of yourself."

    "I have found a wonderful home here because it is the best nursing home it can be. The people here are very nice and understanding. I try to keep my life here very normal, stay busy and get involved. You have to put yourself in motion if you want to live a normal and happy life. I try to encourage people and have compassion for those around me. It is important to take care of yourself."

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    Resident

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