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Getting help to stay at home

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Before you decide on you or your family’s future, you need to take a personal inventory. Don’t Walk the Road Alone! You can get help with your personal inventory and decision-making. The good news is there are plenty of people to help. Geriatric Care Managers, p. 47

Elder Law Attorneys, p. 38-44

Financial Planners and other professionals , See find an expert p. 162-164

Family, Neighbors, Clergy and Faith-Based Resources

Age In Place Remaining comfortably and safely in your current residence or Moving Relocating to another location Aging in Place Home Modification p. 144

Moving and Transition, Senior Move Management, p. 35-37

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Hospice p. 121

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Independent Living p. 65

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Housing Options Active Adult Homes & Condos New home and condominium communities offering recreational activities, security, low maintenance, and amenities for those 55+. Most offer little or no health care services to residents. Cost: Purchase price range $100,000+ with variable monthly fees Who pays: Mortgage Financing and Private Pay

Continuing Care Retirement Communities (CCRC) Comprehensive, lifetime range of care from independent living to nursing care. Costs and levels of care vary widely, and most communities require new residents to be healthy and independent. Cost: $246 – $7,000+ per month. Entry fees are usually required. Who pays: Primarily private pay, with some services covered by Medicare, Medicaid, or long-term care insurance

Independent Living Apartment Communities Housing designed for individuals who can live independently. Some are affiliated with health care facilities that provide added support if needed. Cost: $166 – $7,000+ per month Who pays: Private pay or private pay with rent subsidy based on income

Assisted Living Homes & Communities Housing for those who cannot live independently but do not need skilled nursing care. Level of assistance varies among facilities. Cost: $1,000 – $8,000+ per month Who pays: Private pay with some services covered by long-term care insurance

Nursing & Rehabilitation Facilities Facility staffed by health care professionals under the direction of a physician. Designed for individuals who need 24-hour skilled nursing care on a regular basis. Cost: $100-$500+ daily rate Who pays: Private pay, Medicare, Medicaid, or long-term care insurance

Age in Place A variety of services designed to help keep individuals that need assistance in their current home. See Home Health Care (page 129), Locating Government Resources (page 146), and Adult Day Centers (page 158). Cost: Variable, depending on level and frequency of services Who pays: Private pay, Medicare, Medicaid or long-term care insurance

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ith a world full of possibilities, people never know who they might meet and just how many others are experiencing similar situations in life. This is the case for Dorothy Weinstein and Patricia Enid Rose Low. While Dorothy lives in Woodholme Gardens Assisted Living and Memory Care Community in the heart of Pikesville, Patricia resides at Symphony Manor, an Assisted Living and Memory Care Community located in the historic downtown neighborhood of Roland Park. Since both communities are managed by Peregrine Health Management, these two women are able to enjoy the benefits of the organization’s visionary programs and mission to revolutionize expectations for the aging process. Dorothy and Patricia met for the first time at this interview, and after only a few minutes of chatting it was clear they were “two of a kind,” as Patricia stated. “There are a lot of things that we have in common.” Most notably it is their warm demeanor and the fact that both women had cared for their family members as they needed assistance themselves. A great-grandmother to seven, Dorothy Weinstein is a

lifelong resident of Baltimore. She enjoyed over 64 years of marriage to her husband. After he passed away, Dorothy decided to leave the family home of 29 years and downsize to an apartment with the help of her children. When Dorothy’s son became sick, she naturally rallied to care for him, but as his condition worsened, he needed the skilled care of an assisted living facility. Dorothy decided to move in with him. “Everyone thought I was out of my mind,” she said. Having learned about Woodholme Gardens as it was being built, Dorothy and her son were able to move in to the community a few months later. She said, “It was brand new, so we were among the first residents to move in.” Built in 2010, the community offers state-of-the-art accommodations for 80 residents addressing the needs of all assisted living residents including those with memory impairment and senior behavioral concerns. The community has embraced the philosophy of encouraging each resident to identify new goals or renew old interests so that they continue to grow physically, intellectually and spiritually. Woodholme Gardens provides support for each resident’s religious expression, whether it is through sacred ritual, meditation, scriptural reflection or prayer. These and other features have been extra perks for

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Dorothy resides at Woodholme Gardens, a community that immediately appealed to her with its beautiful campus and array of amenities. With certain criteria in mind, Patricia’s children helped her find Symphony Manor where says she has been very happy.

Dorothy, who was impressed from the start with the community’s appearance. “It’s a lovely place, just beautiful,” she said. “I don’t ever intend to move.” Patricia Enid Rose Low was born and raised in Bermuda. She credited the small, beautiful community in which she grew up for her outgoing personality, friendliness and warmth. “Some people have cats that they love, others have dogs that they love, I enjoy people,” she said with a smile. “So I am a people person.” Patricia left Bermuda to attend college in Baltimore at Morgan State University and proceeded to teach chemistry, math and physics there for several years. She shared that she particularly enjoyed teaching young women who thought that they could not learn math and physics or excel in those disciplines. “My great joy was the students, not the meetings,” she said. Like Dorothy, Patricia was called upon to help care for her relatives. In 1993 she returned to Bermuda to care for her father and aunt who were in their eighties. After the passing of both her father and sister, she spent some brief time back in Baltimore and then decided to live in Asheville, NC for a few years. Her many connections in Baltimore, however, led her to the decision to eventually move back. With their mother in good health, Patricia’s son and daughter did some research on potential new living options that would enable her to have a future with security. “There were very specific things that I wanted,” she said. “I wanted activities, I wanted to be in a beautiful place, and I wanted very delightful food because I was not going to be doing any cooking. I just wanted to enjoy life.” Her children discovered these features and much more at Symphony Manor, where Patricia also became one of the first residents and has certainly been enjoying life. “I am very happy here,” she said. 24

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Both women cite the array of activities and the amenities that have allowed them a maintenance-free lifestyle as the most important elements in their new homes. Peregrine Communities are committed to establishing programs that are separate from the status quo. “We have a wonderful activities director at Symphony Manor who has us doing different things all the time,” said Patricia. According to Dorothy, Woodholme has regular entertainment, from a talented musician playing on the community’s grand piano to different theme parties. As both women have enjoyed establishing friendships and taking advantage of the numerous activities their communities offer onsite, they appreciate the transportation each place provides to various restaurants, shopping and other local cultural offerings. “The environment at Symphony Manor is very nice and I like the proximity that this area of Baltimore has to so many places of interest,” said Patricia. Meanwhile, Dorothy has loved the surprises she experiences regularly when venturing offsite. “Every Wednesday, the young man who drives us will take us out for a surprise ride on the bus and will stop for different things, such as ice cream,” she said. Both communities have also adapted cutting edge programs for stimulating long-term memory. These include memory arts for dementia residents, Community Connections, and, complementary therapies such as massages, drum circles, Reiki and music therapy. Although Patricia and Dorothy have family and friends nearby, their communities have embraced technology to keep residents connected by utilizing web cameras to facilitate communications between residents and their families and friends. Woodholme Gardens also features Peregrine Health Management’s innovative programming in Geri-Psych.

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This geriatric behavioral health program was successfully developed in 2004 based on findings that mental health professionals and family members alike prefer a residential setting to meet the needs of seniors with behavioral health disorders. Stephen Bowman, the president of Peregrine Health Management, believes that residents who live in their facilities are individuals who are full of life, with unique pasts and particular interests. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Our goal is to enhance their lives by stimulating those interests and encouraging them to continue to grow both mentally and spiritually.... celebrating life!â&#x20AC;? he said. And Dorothy and Patricia feel fortunate in having so many reasons to celebrate life having found homes that provide them with the support and security they desired. â&#x20AC;&#x153;The hardest part of getting older is that you no longer have anyone older or wiser than yourself to whom you can ask questions â&#x20AC;&#x201C; no mother to ask, no father,â&#x20AC;? said Dorothy. For both these women, as Patricia has always believed in life, things truly fell into place. As individuals who in the past made the commitment to care for others, they have come full circle now living in places that have made the same commitment to them.

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A Personal Approach to Care By Lauren Searson

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t is especially common today for adult children to make the critical decisions pertaining to their parents’ current and future needs. Since they can also be looking after their own children, they are often referred to as the ‘sandwich generation.’ While Barbara Katz has considered herself a luckier individual in this group due to leaving her job and having two grown daughters, she still has had concerns regarding her mother, Pearl’s constant care. Fortunately, she has found peace of mind for the past year thanks to Private Home Care, LLC, an agency that provides in-home care services in the state of Maryland. Supporting her mother came easy to Barbara as she had grown up watching Pearl do the same. “She worked on and off, but her biggest responsibility was being the main caretaker for her own mother,” said Barbara. “I had a role model of someone who made it her mission to see that her mother’s life was more comfortable and that she had everything she needed.” Barbara’s father had unexpectedly passed away in 1992, just short of his 50th wedding anniversary with Pearl. Since the couple had been living in California at the time, Barbara moved her mother to a senior living community in Pikesville, Md. in order to be closer to her. “One of the reasons I stopped working is because I wanted to be more available if my mother were to have needs,” said Barbara. “I’ve been very fortunate to have that freedom to take care of things for her.” While Pearl had been dealing with low vision her entire life, she had also been diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease. Her deteriorating health prompted Barbara to look into additional resources. “The Parkinson’s was becoming more of an issue, so I suggested having someone come in for a few hours a day,” she said. “We started the discussion and in the interim, she fell and ended up having a hip pinning. There was no choice then.” When Barbara and her mother began utilizing the services of a home health agency, their particular aide soon stopped working for the company. Fortunately, the caregiver was able to give them what would be a life-changing referral for Private Home Care.

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When Barbara Katz needed extra assistance for her mother, Pearl, she enlisted the help of Private Home Care. With the company’s customized care plans, Barbara has peace of mind knowing her loved one is in good hands and has all the support she needs.

The woman-owned and operated company established by experienced healthcare professionals is licensed and authorized to provide various services including personal care, nurse monitoring, respite care and behavioral consultations. Members of the Private Home Care staff have each under-

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gone a meticulous professional evaluation to provide home care services from 2 to 24 hours a day. With a personal approach, they assess a client’s needs to determine a customized plan of care that is effectively communicated to family and all members of the care team. Barbara could not be more pleased with the individualized care her mother has been receiving. Pearl has three aides that help her with activities of daily living from preparing meals to assisting her with dressing, providing medication reminders and taking care of her laundry. “They escort her to programs within her building, take her outside for exercise and ensure she has good nutrition,” said Barbara. She is comforted knowing that her mom is taken care of and that if she has any questions or concerns, she never has to hesitate in contacting the staff. According to Barbara, they were accommodating from the start in finding an aide that would complement Pearl’s personality. “They are amazing; Olga, Nikki, all the women who run the agency are so wonderful to work with,” said Barbara. “You call

them and they’re responsive, on the spot and helpful as can be.” Aside from the pleasant staff, Barbara said she has found their pricing extremely fair, which has been helpful since Pearl’s time with Private Home Care aides has increased to 9-12 hours a day. Since the company rates are scaled, the more hours a client uses, the less their hourly rate is. “The agency we had been with prior was more of a corporate place that was about the dollar and bottom line,” said Barbara. “Private Home Care is a small, friendly, family-run organization and they’ve just been delightful.” Ensuring a parent is cared for can be worrisome and stressful, regardless of an adult child’s work or family situation. Fortunately, there are several resources available, and as someone who has utilized this help, Barbara can now rest easier knowing her mother is in good hands. “It’s been a great relief to know that I never have to think twice,” said Barbara. “If I’m going to call them and discuss anything, they’re going to be receptive and helpful and we’re going to work together.”

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A Difficult Move

Made Simple By Lauren Searson

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hen Kathleen and Richard McCarty retired, they took the path less travelled by choosing to upsize. Therefore, when the time came to move to a retirement community years later, the process seemed especially daunting. With the help of Charna Kinneberg and her team at Senior Transitions, Inc., however, the couple was able to experience a seamless move from the large family home to their new apartment. Kathleen and Richard met in Baltimore while he was a student at Johns Hopkins University and she was attending Mount St. Agnes, now a part of Loyola University. Married a year later, the couple had two children as Richard pursued his Masters degree at Hopkins. The family then moved to Ithaca, NY where Richard became part of the faculty at Cornell University and Kathleen helped with library and development work for the school. With the birth of their third child, the couple remained in the area for 24 years before returning to Baltimore in 1990 where Richard served as Chair of the Department of Biology at Hopkins. “We had moved to Timonium, but the suburbs just weren’t for me, so we downsized to a condo in the Tuscany-Canterbury neighborhood,” said Kathleen. At the time, the McCartys had also bought a weekend place in the mountains of Virginia. “Two years later, the house right up the street became available and the first time we looked at it, we were filling out a contract,” said Richard. “It had five bedrooms, so we were upsizing again, which isn’t necessarily a good idea.” Although the couple loved their home, they were there for a decade before the maintenance became too much to handle. Additionally, they had sold their weekend home and were therefore combining the belongings of two households. Despite the overwhelming aspects of downsizing, there was one base the McCartys fortunately had covered. They had always known where they would spend their later years. “Our lawyer looked at our housing agreement and said everything looked fine but asked if we had shopped around,” said Kathleen. “We said we have not shopped around, we don’t want to live in the county, we want to stay in our neighborhood, and we want to be a part of Roland Park Place.”

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Richard and Kathleen McCarty faced an especially overwhelming task when they eventually decided to downsize from their large fivebedroom home, but with the help of Senior Transitions, Inc., their move was completely stress-free.

The continuing care retirement community was a mere two blocks from where the couple had already been living, and for them, Roland Park Place’s reputation set it apart from any other option. “It was also the peace of mind we could give our children,” said Richard. “This is a place you walk in at your own power and they carry you up and you don’t have to worry about a thing; it’s wonderful.” Among these perks, however, the couple still knew they faced the hurdle of clearing out their large home and giving whatever items they could to their three children or Goodwill. Fortunately, upon signing their agreement to be residents, the McCartys received a packet from the community that in-

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cluded a brochure for Charna Kinneberg and her professional to know their beloved flowers were also accommodated. “Our senior move management service, Senior Transitions, Inc. sunroom was filled with at least 20 orchids and all kinds of “I looked at it and immediately told Richard we were going paraphernalia, and we had no place for them here,” said Richwith this organization,” said Kathleen. “Charna seemed to do ard. “Charna put them on Craigslist for us and got several everything, and she certainly did.” phone calls. A woman came and took everything in a half Senior Transitions, Inc. helps hour period and our worry was off with various parts of the movthe deck completely.” ing process including automated The couple not only appreciated floor plan designs, packing, suCharna’s dedication throughout pervising movers, preparing the process, but that of each of her for home sales and disposing of employees. “They were the best unneeded items. Charna Kinwe’ve encountered. All wonderful, neberg, RN, MBA, started the lovely, charming people who came company in 2001 and is a foundprepared every day to calm me ing member of the National Asdown,” Kathleen said with a smile. sociation of Senior Move ManWhile many of the McCartys’ gers (NASMM). She also serves peers have utilized Senior Transion the board of two geriatric care tions and were just as thrilled with provider groups. their services, the couple still does And with this expertise, the not hesitate to spread the word couple said she was fully preabout the move management compared from the start. “From the pany whenever possible. “I couldn’t moment Charna walked in the recommend Charna and her emdoor, it was peace, serenity, efployees more highly to anybody,” ficiency and organization,” said said Kathleen. Kathleen. “A lot of people have With the stress-free move beWith the move behind them, the couple is enjoying jobs that they’re really good at, hind them, the couple could not life at their new home, Roland Park Place, where they and she is really good at senior be happier with their new aparttake advantage of the community’s fitness center and transitions.” ment and surroundings at Roland further pursue their passion for gardening. With the help of the Senior Park Place. As they take advanTransitions staff, the McCartys tage of the community’s fitness were connected with reliable movers and were able to donate center and scheduled daytrips, the McCartys have enjoyed several items, including 17 boxes of books that went to a char- getting to know their neighbors and continuing their favorite itable organization. pastime by reserving a plot in the gardening areas. “When we got here, it was shocking to discover how they “I think it’s important to move when both of you are able to could unpack and find places for everything, and exactly do so physically and mentally,” said Richard. “We are youngwhere I would’ve put them!” said Kathleen. “They knew our er than most people here, but we were actually able to make house and they took the time to do all that.” the right decisions and enjoy the move and get it done. It As avid gardeners, the McCartys were especially delighted made our adjustment to living here very easy.”

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n my over 20 years of publishing the SourceBook, I am amazed at how much change has occurred. However, I feel that those changes yet to occur will dwarf those of the last two decades. Fueled by grassroots consumers, entrepreneurs, technology and increasing life spans, we should see some exciting developments, all with one common goal — to enable us to live with independence and dignity. We have created this section, Innovations in Independence to help keep you up-to-date with services, concepts and products that can improve your lifestyle. We hope that you find this section informative and inspiring. As always, we look forward to your comments and questions as well as the personal stories you would like to share with our readers. Feel free to contact me at Steve@ProAging.com or 703-992-1118.

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understand hearing loss how the ear functions and the forms of hearing loss Hearing is one of our most basic senses. It is vital to communication. It helps us to remain in contact with family and friends via the telephone and in-person conversations. Hearing also offers protection from dangerous situations, allowing us to heed a siren or respond to a verbal warning. Individuals with hearing loss often believe that hearing aids cannot help their situation because of misinformation and misconceptions about the devices, leading them to think their situation is hopeless, but this could not be further from the truth! The human ear is comprised of three distinct parts: the outer ear; the middle ear, which contains the eardrum and three tiny bones that conduct sound; and the cochlea or inner ear. Hearing is a highly complex process that involves the middle ear and the cochlea, as well as the auditory nerve and the brain. When

sound waves enter the outer ear, they travel through the ear canal and strike the eardrum. The vibrations of the eardrum sends the waves through the cochlea, where thousands of tiny sensory cells generate electrical impulses. These impulses send sound messages up the auditory nerve to the brain, which interprets them as sound. Every case of hearing loss is unique, but all hearing problems can be categorized as either conductive hearing loss or sensorineural hearing loss. Conductive hearing loss affects the outer or middle ear and is often caused by a buildup of wax or fluid, a punctuated eardrum, or abnormal bone growth. This type of loss can be corrected through medical treatment or by surgical procedure. Sensorineural hearing loss accounts for over 90% of all hearing losses and is characterized by the deterioration of

the delicate sensory cells in the cochlea. The aging process, prolonged exposure to loud noises, infections, head injuries, and certain medications can all cause this type of hearing loss. There is no cure for sensorineural hearing loss, but hearing aids are generally effective in helping individuals to experience improved hearing. The common misconception that “nerve deafness” or sensorineural hearing loss cannot be treated with hearing aids is simply not true given the advanced technology of today’s hearing aids. A hearing aid works as a personal amplification system. When sound enters the hearing aid through a microphone, a tiny amplifier makes the sound louder. The amplified sound travels through the ear canal and causes increased stimulation in the middle ear and the cochlea. This increased stimulation makes sounds clearer and easier to understand.

‘I’d love to call my grandma, but I don’t know how.’ Do you know someone who uses a Captioned Telephone? How about a TTY or other assistive phone?

Are you hesitating to keep in touch with people you know or care about because you don’t know how to place a call to them? Get some friendly tips from us at Maryland Relay. Learn how you or a loved one might qualify for a free phone from our program. Call us today at Maryland Relay Customer Service at 1-800-552-7724 Voice/TTY for more information. We can help you make those calls again to your family and friends, and let them know you’re thinking of them.

(…And when you call grandma, tell her we said hi!) Visit: www.mdrelay.org Write: Maryland Relay Department of Information Technology 301 West Preston Street, Suite 1008A Baltimore, MD 21201 E-mail: moreinfo@mdrelay.org

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personal response system (PRS), sometimes called a PERS (personal emergency response system) answers the need of many older Americans for both security and independence. Many organizations, including the American Association of Retired Persons (AARP), encourage their use, but for the consumer choosing from among the many brands on the market, buying a PRS can be somewhat confusing. What is a PRS? A PRS is a relatively simple tool to help keep the user in contact with friends, family, and, if needed, emergency services. Each system has three elements: a portable radio transmitter (help button), a console connected to the user’s telephone, and a response center to monitor the calls. In case of an emergency (a fall, chest pains, suspected intruder, etc.), the user simply calls for help by pressing the button on the radio transmitter. The console picks up the signal (much like an automatic garage door opener) and automatically phones the response center (even if the phone is off the hook). The call is routed to the response center where the caller is identified through special coding. The monitoring center’s first response is to talk with the user and verify that an emergency exists. This can

be done through two-way voice communication or by calling the user back on the phone. Next, monitors will call responders or emergency services to answer the call for help (even if they can’t reach the user by phone). The features offered by many PRS providers are expanding at an astounding rate. Some systems now offer services such as companionship — the user just pushes the transmitter button and can talk with the response center for any reason. Other systems offer a speaker phone feature with their PRS that allows the user to answer the phone from wherever they are in the house, preventing accidents and aiding those with disabilities. Staff at the response centers often receive extensive training in such fields as gerontology and stress management, so they can better serve their clients. As with any other purchase, seniors should seriously consider their specific needs and budget constraints before deciding on any one system. It is a good idea to get written quotes from several companies before making a final decision. For more information about specific PRS vendors, check with the office of the state Attorney General, local consumer affairs office, or the Better Business Bureau to see if the company has had any complaints filed against them. Your local hospital may also be a good resource to look into; many hospitals offer PRS rent-

als, which are affordable and reliable. For additional general information about personal response systems, consumers should consult the Federal Trade Commission’s report entitled “Personal Emergency Response Systems.” The report is free. Consumers can have a copy mailed to them or can review the information online. To request a copy of the publication, call 1-877-382-4357. The report is also available on the FTC’s website. Visit www.ftc.gov/bcp/conline/pubs/services/pers. htm to view a complete copy of the report.

A PRS is a relatively simple tool to help keep the user in contact with friends, family, and, if needed, emergency services.

PersONAL RESPONSE SYSTEM Providers

The following providers are featured in this issue of the SourceBook.

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Centrol, Inc.

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Day” (for decision made) and “M-Day” (for moving), then mark (in pencil!) the day the necessary steps will be made. Decide on tentative dates for any sales you might have and make deadlines for other necessary tasks. Assign various responsibilities to family members. When estimating the time needed for big jobs, take a general tip from freelancers and independent contractors: figure out the time you think you will need, and then multiply it by at least two!

Allow yourself enough time to ensure you have brought everything you want before the contents of your previous home are taken away. You do not want to regret having given away too much too soon, or to have important things lost in the shuffle. Some excerpts from this article used from Moving On: A Practical Guide to Downsizing the Family Home by Linda Hetzer and Janet Hulstrand (Stewart, Tabori & Chang).

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Step One: Preparing to sell or buy It is important that homeowners select a real estate agent who can meet their distinctive needs. The emergence of specialized real estate designations has made the process of choosing an agent easier. Senior Real Estate Specialists (SRES) are licensed Realtors who have received the SRES designation through the national Senior Advantage Real Estate Council. Senior Housing Specialist (SHS) Realtors have also met specific guidelines outlined by the Real Estate Certification Program (RECP). Both of these designations signal to consumers that agents have completed specialized training courses and are qualified to meet the unique needs of their clients

throughout the home buying and/or value of possessions, and the floor plan selling process. of the new residence. After finding a qualified agent, homeowners are ready to begin the process of Step Three: Moving preparing to sell their home. A qualified Downsizing is one of the most time agent’s comprehensive assessment of the consuming and emotionally draining condition and marketability of the home aspects of the moving process. After sortcan decrease selling ing, final decisions must time and increase sellbe made about what to A comprehensive ing price. take to the new home. assessment of the condiSpecialized agents For many, moving tion and marketability can also help clients day is simple and reprioritize repairs and warding due to compreof the home by a qualilocate qualified prohensive, customized real fied agent can decrease fessionals to complete estate services provided such projects. Utilizing selling time and increase prior to the sale of the the help of professionhouse. On moving day, selling price. als to prepare for a sale real estate professionals can ultimately result in can recommend trusted a selling price that recompanies to help with flects the top market value for the home. the physical aspects of moving while providing assistance with the job of unpackStep Two: Packing and sorting ing and setting up the new home. Starting early is the key to successful packing and sorting. Items should Challenges become choices be sorted into distinct categories: keep/ As the challenges of moving fade due move, give to family, donate to charity, to increasingly helpful professionals, and throw away. people are left with nothing but choices— The initial list of items to keep will where to move, when to move, what to likely be larger than the new space can take, and how to decorate the new home. accommodate. Moving professionals, Those individuals considering a move are however, can offer advice about what to no longer faced with the difficult questake and what to leave behind by tak- tions of how to market their homes and ing into account their client’s personal move their belongings as there is help tastes, the financial and sentimental available every step of the way.

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than how they liked the person. The attorney may have been a likeable person, but you should be more interested in how the case turned out. Once you have found an attorney that you are considering hiring, carefully and fully explain your legal problem so the attorney can provide an accurate estimate of the time that will be necessary to solve your problem. You will also want to inquire about the attorney’s certifications and memberships with professional organizations. Finally, be sure that you are clear on the specific costs. The questions below will help you to get the information you need before making a final decision: n What will it take to resolve this issue? n How long has the attorney been practicing?

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how to discuss billing methods understanding the fees and expenses involved Attorneys may bill weekly, monthly or upon completion of work. Discuss how your attorney charges and how often he/ she bills at your initial meeting. Some attorneys charge by the hour with different hourly rates for work performed by attorneys, paralegals and secretaries. If this is the case, find out what the rates are. Other attorneys charge a flat fee for all or part of the services. Your attorney might

use a combination of these methods. In addition to fees, most attorneys will charge you out-of-pocket expenses which can include charges for copies, messenger fees, court fees, disposition fees and other such costs. Find out if there will be any other incidental costs. The attorney may ask for a retainer. Usually placed in a trust account, the attorney pays himself or herself out of that

account each time you are billed. Expenses may be paid directly from the trust account and the size of the retainer may range. Ask that your arrangement be put in writing in a letter or formal contract that states the attorney’s services and what the fee and expense arrangement will be. From the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys, Inc. website at http://www.naela.org/.

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stop watching those statements and bills pile up People frequently become overwhelmed with the amount of medical statements and other mail they accumulate in a short time. Insurance and medical statements are often confusing — or even contradictory. Daily Money Managers can help to alleviate these concerns by monitoring and keeping up with accounts and bills.

that Medicare and other health insurance providers have paid their share before the client pays any balance due. Additionally, DMM assistance in assembling papers needed for income tax preparation and in documenting medical and charitable contributions often means the client will pay lower taxes each year.

What is a Daily Money Manager? Daily Money Managers (DMMs) provide personal business assistance, usually in the client’s home. They offer an array of services, which include balancing the checkbook(s), writing checks to pay bills, and keeping accurate records of all checks written and all deposits made. DMM services also provide value in monitoring medical bills, ensuring

How Do I Find a DMM? Your local Area Agency on Aging and the American Association of Daily Money Managers (www.aadmm.com) can help you find a reliable DMM. Once you have found a DMM you are interested in hiring, it is a good idea to ask about their experience and qualifications and know whether your DMM is bonded and insured. You also want to determine

Daily Money Managers provide personal business assistance, from balancing checkbooks to ensuring health insurance providers are paid.

how the DMM you plan to hire bills for their work. Hourly fees vary by locale, but in this area, the average range is $40.00 to $80.00 per hour.

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hen it comes to taking care of your loved ones, you will undoubtedly have to make some difficult financial decisions, and you may be faced with some unwelcome surprises. Where Do You Start? OBTAIN POWER OF ATTORNEY â&#x20AC;&#x201D; You will need this legal authority in order to access your loved oneâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s accounts and financial records. Without Power of Attorney, you will not be able to make any financial decisions and will have to have a court-appointed Conservator named. PUT TOGETHER A BALANCE SHEET AND CASH FLOW STATEMENT â&#x20AC;&#x201D; First,

create a basic balance sheet. In one column, list the value of their assets, such as their home, stocks, mutual funds, CDs, and retirement accounts. In another column, put down their liabilities, such as outstanding mortgage or car loan balances. Then, do a cash flow statement. List the monthly income from each of their investments, including reinvested dividends and capital gains, as well as any pension income and Social Security

benefits. Finally, figure their monthly TAX CONSIDERATIONS â&#x20AC;&#x201D; Many indiexpenses, including mortgage or rent viduals neglect to file for available tax payments, utilities, groceries, and medi- deductions for medical expenses. Karen cal expenses. Johnson, a Fairfax, VA based CPA, exCONSIDER ALL YOUR OPTIONS; plains, â&#x20AC;&#x153;In order to claim a deduction, CONSULT WITH PROFESSIONALS â&#x20AC;&#x201D; In medical expenses have to exceed 7.5% of order to ensure that you are making fi- your adjusted gross income. A portion nancially sound decisions, you should of your monthly rent at an assisted living consider several options for saving mon- facility is considered a medical expense ey and redistributing income that are for deduction purposes. Considering the sometimes overlooked costs of long-term care, you may quickly Things to consider when managing reach the 7.5% limit.â&#x20AC;? your loved oneâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s finances: Using available deductions may help PORTFOLIO MANAGEMENT â&#x20AC;&#x201D; During you to offset the taxes incurred from this vulnerable time, it is important that removing funds from your retirement you avoid taking too much risk with your accounts. â&#x20AC;&#x153;When you take money out of loved oneâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s portfolio. Although diver- a retirement account, it is taxed as ordisification is still important, you should nary income. However, if you can offset focus on low-risk investments. Retirees your tax deductions against this taxare often told to gradually shift invest- able withdrawal, it may make financial ments from stocks to bonds and cash as sense to take money from a retirement account sooner rather than later,â&#x20AC;? notes they age. This is good advice. But, as Howard Gleckman, Senior Thomas West, a Financial Planner in Correspondent for Business Week, McLean, VA. points out, that does not mean you INCREASING DISTRIBUTION FROM should turn over your entire portfolio in RETIREMENT ACCOUNTS â&#x20AC;&#x201D; Once an inthe face of a medical crisis. â&#x20AC;&#x153;We advise dividual is 70 1â &#x201E;2, they are required to people to gradually shift to bonds and take a minimum distribution from their cash as they age. But sometimes, when retirement accounts. However, the distrithey see a need for costly care, they pan- bution amount can be easily increased to ic and invest everything in bonds.â&#x20AC;? cover the costs of long-term care.

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ith the complex maze of resources available today, many families are turning to Geriatric Care Managers (GCM) for help with decisions that are appropriate for their lifestyle and needs. With training in social work, nursing, counseling, and/or gerontology, GCMs offer customized consultations and administer a â&#x20AC;&#x153;care plan.â&#x20AC;? Though it outlines the necessary steps required to obtain the appropriate type of care for the client, this plan is not binding and is rather considered a recommendation from an informed expert. Who Needs a GCM? Families who are confused about how to care for a parent or loved ones are primary candidates for geriatric care managers. The services of a GCM can enable you to make decisions that are appropriate without causing undo stress. Instead of waiting for a crisis situation, you may want to turn to a GCM earlier, so that there are more options available. How Much Will It Cost? As fees for a GCM range, you should

check with your Medicare office to see if you are eligible for subsidies. The average time required by a client is four hours. After spending a couple of hours completing a comprehensive evaluation, the GCM spends a few more hours researching and discussing available options with the client and their family, helping them to implement the care plan. What Can a GCM Do for Me? COMPREHENSIVE ASSESSMENT. Utilizing their professional backgrounds and experience, care managers are able to perform an unbiased evaluation of the clientâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s mental, physical, social, financial, and legal functioning. RECOMMENDATIONS. After determining what services would be helpful for the well-being of the individual, the GCM can recommend providers who will best meet the familyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s needs. Familiar with industry standards, they routinely make recommendations for all levels of care. COUNSELING. The counseling that GCMs can provide helps clients and their families handle the emotional stress involved with these decisions. They provide the family with information about the illness or challenge that the client

faces and the available resources. MEDIATION. GCMs can also negotiate family dynamics, helping to sort out all of the various concerns that have resulted from the challenge of caring for a loved one. FOLLOW-UP VISITS. GCMs are generally involved in the implementation of the care plan. This typically includes follow-up visits to the individualâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s home or facility a couple of times a week shortly after implementation and quarterly thereafter. Some clients are visited once a week for the duration of their services. Follow-up visits also allow the GCM to determine whether the current care services are working. How do I choose a GCM? When considering a GCM, be sure to take into account their professional standing, as well as their personality and how comfortable they make their clients. Although there is no official licensure process for care managers, the National Association of Professional Geriatric Care Managers has established standards of quality and a Code of Ethics; these standards as well as referrals for GCMs can be accessed through www.caremanager.org.

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With the support he has received, Tony, who has Multiple Sclerosis, is able to remain at home and enjoy family gatherings.

him with total chronic care management in addition to nursing home care. Helping families make their loved ones’ wishes a reality is a specialty of the organization, and Tony is certainly very well loved. Ivory House serves as the intermediary/ advocate for Tony and other clients with physicians and key parties. From the beginning, the staff engaged Tony as an active participant in his care management.

Nurses came aboard during a health crisis and the first goal was to stabilize the disease medically. Early on, their success was attributable to the very slow pace at which progressions were undertaken – six months to help Tony move from the hospital to subacute rehabilitation to home. In addition to the physical changes that have complicated Tony’s daily life, he also has to deal with memory challenges. Yet, he delightedly receives friends and family, and, of course, all the caregivers and nurses that provide him with 24/7 nursing home care in all of its dimensions. One of these individuals is the organization’s Medical Director Dr. Thomas Lansdale, a respected internal medicine physician and educator who makes home visits to Tony as needed. With the exception of two occurrences, Tony has been able to remain in the comforts of home thanks to the help of the staff. Most importantly, he can still spend time with his family while enjoying his favorite meal of ravioli.

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active adult communities keep residents moving Active Adult communities, also known as leisure communities, are populated with adults who have come to live there by choice as soon as they hit the requisite age – usually around 55. The amenity-filled communities are often adjacent to golf courses or other recreational facilities. Most active adult communities are not equipped to provide increased care or health-related services. However, several active adult residences are part of a larger Continuing Care Retirement Community where residents can count on extended care if they develop health problems. This continuum of care allows active adults to make the most of the present while planning for the future. These communities are residences full of options, and most of the costs are included in the living fees. They are

ideal for empty nesters, but are not limited to those who have stopped working. Many residents continue to put in hours at work while others fully explore longlost hobbies or new interests. Homes in these communities are constructed of low-maintenance building materials and feature virtually maintenance-free yards. This way, residents can spend more time filling their schedules with favorite hobbies and group activities, rather than tending to home-related tasks. Tennis courts, swimming pools, hiking trails, biking and jogging paths, and fitness centers are among the many features generally available within the community. When researching active adult communities, you can start by requesting an information packet from every op-

tion you are considering. Make sure to read it carefully, and keep them all organized in a folder or file cabinet. Once you’ve narrowed down your options by perusing the brochures, schedule visits to each. While you are there, take thorough notes and make a list of pros and cons for each one. Ask if you can dine with residents, talk with staff and read the residents’ handbook during your visit. When you meet with the management or resident relations director, make sure to assess the management’s philosophy and its relationship with residents. And never underestimate the power of the good old-fashioned hunch. Prioritize your own needs and feelings and give yourself plenty of time to make a decision. This is your new home and a place you will come to enjoy for decades.

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Silver Spring

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How Do I Pay For a CCRC? In return for guaranteed lifelong shelter, amenities and health care, residents usually pay a lump-sum entrance fee and regular monthly payments. There are three basic types of CCRC contracts. An extensive contract covers shelter, residential services, and amenities, plus unlimited long-term nursing care without an increase in monthly payments (except for increases related to operating costs and inflation adjustments). An extensive contract spreads the risk of catastrophic health care costs among all residents, so that no single person faces financial ruin. Entrance fees and monthly costs under this contract are typically higher than those under modified or fee-for-service contracts. A modified continuing care contract covers shelter, residential services, and amenities, plus a specified amount of nursing care. After the specified amount has been received, the resident can receive care at daily or monthly nursing care rates. A fee-for-service continuing care contract covers shelter, residential services, and amenities. While emergency and short-term nursing care is usually includ-

ed in the contract, access to long-term nursing care is guaranteed only at daily nursing care rates. Entrance and monthly fees are lower under this type of contract because residents are responsible for all long-term nursing and health care costs. It is highly advisable to have an attorney review a CCRC contract before any commitment is made. Most CCRCs provide a variety of residential services such as meals, housekeeping and special care that may be covered by monthly fees or be available at extra cost, depending on the contract. What to Look For in a CCRC Request an information packet and visit the CCRCs you are considering with a trusted family member. Immerse yourself as much as possible in the daily life and keep notes while assessing the managementâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s philosophy and its relationship with residents. It is recommended you visit at least three to get a good grasp on your priorities. Advice on evaluating a CCRC is offered in The Continuing Care Retirement Community: A Guidebook for Consumers. To order, call LeadingAge Publications at 800-508-9442.

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Retirement Community in which you are interested. n The Maryland Department of Aging can also send you a consumer packet which lists all of the certified CCRCs in Maryland. It also contains a copy of Maryland’s continuing care law and regulations while providing other helpful information to assist you in making an informed decision. Source:http://www.peoples-law.org/health/ elderly_health_and_medical_care/continuing_care_retirement_communities.

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knowing the options when paying for ccrcs Most CCRCs require payment of a one-time fee, usually called the entrance fee, before moving to the community. The entrance fee amount often depends on the level of care at the time of entry, type of housing chosen (with larger units requiring a larger fee), and agreement type. The entrance fee allows the CCRC to offer lower monthly fees and provide for future needs of residents. State regulations can impact the terms of the entrance fee and in some states, refunds are called rebates. Entrance fees are typically structured in one of three ways: Declining scale refunds, also known as amortizing entrance fees, specify a period of time in which the entrance fee will be refundable to the resident on a declining basis. For example, if an entrance fee under this arrangement de-

clines at the rate of 1 percent each month, after 6 months 94 percent of the entrance fee is refundable. Partially refundable entrance fees guarantee a specific percentage of the refund that will be returned within a certain period of time regardless of the term of residency. For example, 50 percent of the entrance fee may be refundable upon termination of the contract or to the estate upon the resident’s death. Full refunds offer just that, a full refund of the entrance fee. A fixed charge may be deducted before the refund is made, and the agreement generally states how long the refund is valid and under what conditions a refund is due. Entrance fees that offer full refunds are typically more expensive than those without refunds or those that are par-

The entrance fee amount often depends on the level of care at the time of entry, type of housing chosen, and agreement type.

tially refundable or refundable on a declining basis. Excerpt from Consumer Guide to Understanding Financial Performance and Reporting enhancing PEOPLE’S LIVES in Continuing Care Retirement Communities. The guide is available free of charge at www.carf.org

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what questions to ask about fees 1. Are there financial deposits for which I am responsible? If so, what is the refund policy if I decide not to move to the community? 2. What types of service contracts or agreements are available in this community? 3. How much is the current entrance fee? Are there plans to increase the amount of this fee in the future? 4. Is there a structure for refund or rebate of entrance fees? If so, what is the time period in which the refund/rebate can be granted, and when and under what conditions will the refund/rebate be paid? 5. What services are included in the monthly fee? 6. What are the costs for additional services? 7. How does the organization determine

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Value. Independence. Security. Common threads in the fabric of retirement freedom For more than two centuries, Pickersgill Retirement Community has had one vision—providing value, independence and security for seniors. Our desirable West Towson location, 16-acre setting and small, intimate size promote a peaceful campus atmosphere with personalized attention, yet quick and easy access to a host of opportunities and services in the region. We are the area’s only rental, continuing care community, with no entrance fee or turnover of assets, and a not-forprofit mission that allows us to deliver extraordinary value. Access to onsite rehab and two levels of assistance promotes ongoing independence, with a strong sense of security coming from the knowledge that higher levels of care are available right here on campus.

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understanding the process I participated in almost 700 interviews, all the same, yet all different. I would meet with the elder first and answer his questions. I would find out where he was currently living and why he wanted to move. Then the family members joined us. I would answer more questions, discuss the entrance requirements, and go through the activity calendar. I would then ask for the required documents. I also read aloud a document to them, to prevent any misunderstanding, about what we had done that day and what the next steps were. I then took the whole group on a tour of an apartment and the common areas. I made sure to introduce the applicant by name to all residents and staff who passed by us on the tour. For some senior buildings, the procedure is to have you fill out an application and return it to the staff before you come for the interview. For some plac-

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es, you have to pay to be on the waiting list. You should understand what each building requires. Questions You Should Ask n What are the good/bad points about this facility? n Do I meet the financial requirements? n What will my apartment or room look like? n How much will it cost me to live here each month? n What kind of meal program do you offer? n How large is the staff and what kind of care will I receive? n What activities do you offer? n What are the rules about coming and going and having visitors and pets? n When would I be able to move in and what happens on move-in day? n What am I allowed to bring?

Who will decide when I have to move out of here? n Would I be happy here? n

What Your Answers Should Be All your answers should be honest ones. If you do not remember an answer, it is fine to write down the question and tell the interviewer that you will get back to him. You should feel at the end of the interview that you were treated well, that you understand the requirements for living in the facility, and what will happen from that day on in regard to the application process. You probably will be asked to sign many papers at the interview. Most of the signatures give the staff the necessary permission to continue the application process. Excerpted from Roberta’s book “The Keys to Senior Housing: A Guide for Two Generations” (PublishAmerica 2009).

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Located in one of Baltimore’s premier neighborhoods, Mercy Ridge combines the charm of the country with the convenience of an urban setting. Whether you like bird watching, playing bridge, touring museums or simply enjoying a long walk, Mercy Ridge has what you’re looking for in a retirement community. In addition to beautiful apartments and a wide range of services and amenities, on-site continuing care is available for the ultimate peace of mind. Unparalleled convenience, complete freedom and a staff dedicated to supporting your independence… Mercy Ridge is retirement living at its best. Why settle for a retirement lifestyle when you can enjoy retirement life with style?

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valuable issues to consider The Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF International) offers several tips on how to choose the right services for yourself and your loved ones. According to its website, spending time onsite can give you valuable insight about the environment and level of service. The following are some important aspects CARF recommends to consider about the organization, your first impressions and the staff.

Do the premises appear to be well Information from the CARF free online publication titled ‘How to Choose Services maintained, clean, and safe? n What is my impression of the serfor Yourself and Your Loved Ones.’ Visit http://www.carf.org/consumer.aspx. vice level? n How are staff members interacting with persons receiving services and coworkers? n What is the ratio of staff to persons receiving services? n

Spotlight Safety n What credentials do staff members have? First Impressions Count n What health and safety policies are Upon entering the provider’s facility, in place, as related to incidents involving look around. You can begin to evalu- injury, medication management, natural ate the service levels provided by using disasters, etc.? n What is the annual staff turnover? some of the following questions: n Was I greeted in a friendly manner? n What complaint procedures exist? n Did they see me immediately? Do policies prevent reprisals?

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Continuing Care Residents’ Associations consist of individual residents in Continuing Care Retirement Communities (CCRCs) who have banded together to protect, defend, and further their welfare, interests, and rights. They are the only organizations for which this is the sole function. There is a National Continuing Care Residents’ Association (NaCCRA) and also similar Associations at the State level, such as Maryland Continuing Care Residents’ Association (MaCCRA). NaCCRA and MaCCRA activities are financed from dues and donations paid by individual residents of CCRCs directly to these organizations. NaCCRA and MaCCRA interact with associations managing or accrediting CCRCs. These are LeadingAge, its

Life Span branch in Maryland, and the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities- Continuing Care Accreditation Commission (CARF-CCAC). LeadingAge and Life Span activities related to CCRCs are financed from assessments which CCRCs pay, utilizing funds received from residents. Fortunately, LeadingAge and NaCCRA share many objectives, as do Life Span and MaCCRA. But there are some important issues on which management and resident perspectives differ. These differences often involve financial matters. One of the fundamental issues is the uncertain legal status of CCRC residents. For most CCRCs, a resident pays a large entrance fee which is partially or fully refundable. In a few CCRCs,

entrance fees are kept in an escrow account to guarantee availability for eventual refund. In most other CCRCs, entrance fees are used to pay capital and/ or operational costs, relying on entrance fee receipts from successor residents to finance refunds. The question therefore arises as to whether residents are the beneficiaries of a trust or are they simply customers of care services, as some managements perceive them. Both NaCCRA and MaCCRA are seeking clarification. William is a member, and President, of the Maryland Continuing Care Residents’ Association (MaCCRA) and is also a member of the National Continuing Care Residents’ Association (NaCCRA).

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Broadmead

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Pickersgill Retirement Community

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CALVERT COUNTY Asbury Solomons Island

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communities offer security with no home maintenance Independent living communities are residential communities for active older adults who want an enjoyable lifestyle free of the worries of home maintenance. They are similar to any apartment, condominium, or single-family development, except that they provide special services, including security. Most independent living communities are fully secured with staff members greeting and screening all visitors around the clock. As many individuals at this stage in their lives are looking to pursue new hobbies and interests, the activities and amenities available at a community are a major factor for potential residents. Several independent living communities provide a full range of activities such as shopping trips, outings to cultural events and organized gatherings. Some communities

also have tennis courts, swimming pools and other amenities. Most offer a variety of meal plans with the option to prepare meals in your apartment. Most independent living communities do not offer health care services but some are affiliated with health care facilities that can provide such care when it is needed. Residents also have the option of purchasing home health care services from outside providers. Paying for Independent Living Most independent living communities are rental communities, but some are condominiums or single-family communities in which residents can purchase their own units or homes. Costs and services vary widely. In some communities, a monthly fee covers many services, while

in others a fee-for-service system is used. A few communities offer subsidies based on strictly defined need. To learn more contact your local Area Agency on Aging. What to Look For Research your options and request information from those communities to which you have narrowed your focus. A major question for those who are considering an independent living community is how to meet their future health care needs. It is important to have a specific plan covering various levels of care, especially if you are only interested in making one move during this time. You also may want to question whether to select a fee-for-service arrangement or an all-inclusive fee.

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EASTERN SHORE

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• Easton 410-770-3070

• Severna Park 410-544-3411

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BALTIMORE CITY

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• Ashland Terrace 410-276-6440

• Bel Air 410-893-0064

• Coldspring 410-542-4400

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• Colonial Landing 410-796-4399

• Catonsville 410-719-9464

• Columbia 410-381-1118

• Dundalk 410-288-5483

• Snowden River 410-290-0384

• Fullerton 410-663-0665

• Ellicott City 410-203-9501

• Miramar Landing 410-391-8375

• Ellicott City II 410-203-2096

• Randallstown 410-655-5673

• Emerson 301-483-3322

• Rosedale 410-866-1886

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• Timothy House (Towson) 410-828-7185 • Taylor 410-663-0363

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understand rental options According to LeadingAge, formerly the American Association of Homes and Services for the Aging (AAHSA), a person can rent an apartment either at the market rate or, if his or her income level applies, a lower rate. These apartments are often designed with seniors in mind. For example, there may be railings in bathrooms or power outlets higher up on the wall. Many communities also offer a 24-hour emergency call service and some may also provide different kinds of services such as meals, transportation, social activities and other programs. The U.S. Department of Housing and

Urban Development (HUD) funds several rental assistance programs for seniors who qualify. These programs include public housing, or low-income housing that is owned and operated by a local housing authority. To apply for public housing or Section 8 certificates or vouchers, you must go to your housing authority. Each housing authority has a system for accepting applications. Their representatives can explain their system and how to find an available apartment. HUD’s Section 202 program includes apartments where the government provides subsidies directly to owners of

qualified properties developed with loans or grants from the federal government. The owners pass along the federal rental assistance subsidy to qualified residents to cover the gap between the resident payment, generally 30 percent of adjusted income, and rent costs. To apply for housing in a privately-owned affordable housing community, a person will have to visit the management office for each community. Contact your local HUD office to get a list of privatelyowned communities near you. Source: http://www.aahsa.org/article.aspx?id=3780

what is senior center plus? Senior Center Plus is a program of structured group activities and enhanced socialization, which is designed to have a positive impact on physically frail, or cognitively impaired individuals. The services available at a Senior Center Plus site are recreational activities, and socialization, in accordance with the care plan developed for each participant. Appropriate meals and snacks are served to participants in a dining area accessible to persons with disabilities. The level of personal support is less intensive than medical adult day care, yet

the eight participant to one staff ratio is greater than the staffing ratio of community senior centers. The daily fee schedule is determined by the Senior Center Plus provider based on the facility’s operating budget. A sliding fee scale is used and a limited number of scholarships are available. Respite fees are paid by family, participants, caregivers, Veterans’ Group Home operators, and assisted living providers. This service is eligible for Medicaid reimbursement via the Maryland Medicaid Waiver.

There are currently 43 Senior Center PLUS sites in Maryland. For more information, contact 1-800-AGE-DIAL.

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ver a period of many years friends of Ed Keats and his late wife invited them to dinner at various retirement communities in the Baltimore area. Both of them agreed that Brightwood was unquestionably the top of all such places. They recognized its cost as being above that charged by many lesser competitors although comparable with others offering not quite as much. They told their children and grandchildren that if they were ever to decide to leave the condominium where they lived they would move to Brightwood. Even after Mrs. Keats died her widowed husband held on to his condominium apartment. After he attended his Seventy-Fifth Reunion and found only three other classmates present, all of them confined to wheelchairs pushed by family members he interpreted the scene as depicting the inevitability of his own aging. It affected him to the extent of

After his wife’s passing, retired Rear Admiral Ed Keats was still determined to move to the community they had chosen years before.

his recognizing his need to live where he would have services to an magnitude not available at any condominium. Even though he is still enjoying excellent health and vigor

he promptly reacted. Within a month he purchased a unit at the community, which calls itself “Brightwood Club,” eschewing the word “retirement.” Now, after just a year’s residence, he desires to tell the readers of “SourceBook” of his happiness. He says the staff treats the residents as though they were their grandparents. The gated community has twenty-four hour roving security provided by experienced men and has Registered Nurses to attend to day-to-day medical concerns. All of the rooms are spacious, all the views are unobstructed outside, the weekly cleaning and flat laundry service is thorough. Best of all, the beautiful dining room provides “four star” dinner meals with at least three choices of soups, salads, entrées, vegetables and desserts. Unique to Baltimore, all residents own their units outright. Thus they, through an elected board, instead of a developer or outside investor, make the policy decisions for the community.

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ANNE ARUNDEL COUNTY Arundel Woods - Catholic Charities 71 Bay Forest Senior Apartments 73 BayWoods of Annapolis 54 Burwood Gardens College Parkway Place Friendship Station - Catholic Charities 71 Gardens of Annapolis 70 Ginger Cove 54 Glen Forest Senior Apartments 73 Glen Square Glenwood Highrise McKinsey Park Park View at Furnace Branch 66 Pinewood Village Pinewood Village East Stoney Hill Sunrise of Severna Park 12-13 Thomas Pumphrey House Victoria Park at Edgewater

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Catholic Charities Senior Housing Communities Commemorating Thirty Years! 1981 - 2011 • 22 Locations in Baltimore City, Anne Arundel, Baltimore, Harford and Garrett Counties. Three tax-credit communities offer affordable rents for low-tomoderate incomes. All other communities limit rent to 30% of adjusted income. • Service Coordination for all sites and Senior Support Services at eight communities.

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410-296-6695 410-363-0330 410-486-4573 410-296-2900 410-628-2100 410-339-3200 443-578-8008 410-737-8830 410-242-6167 410-288-2344 410-339-6000 410-391-7616 410-780-4888 410-869-8740 410-319-5022 410-682-4094 410-332-7400 410-744-9988 410-602-8200 410-602-2405

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410-479-4404 410-754-5513

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CARROLL COUNTY Brightview Westminster Ridge 1 Carroll Lutheran Village 4 Fairhaven 18 Manchester Manor Retirement Community Residences at the Hampstead School, The Ridge Residences, Inc. Ridgely House Shriner Court Apartments Timber Ridge Apartments

410-871-2225 410-848-8922 410-795-8801 410-239-1154 410-374-8144 410-876-5200 410-239-2236 410-775-2940 410-876-2550

Westminster Westminster Sykesville Manchester Hampstead Westminster Hampstead Union Bridge Westminster

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301-843-7417 301-932-1700

Waldorf La Plata

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FREDERICK COUNTY Brunswick House Buckingham’s Choice 18 Country Meadows of Frederick Creekside at Taskers Chance Edenton Retirement Community 75 Homewood at Crumland Farms 58 Spring Ridge Seniors Apartments Taney Village Apartments Victoria Park at Walkersville

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301-334-9915 301-895-5194 301-895-5842

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HARFORD COUNTY Abingdon Senior Housing - Catholic Charities 71 Brightview Avondell 1 Catholic Charities Senior Housing at Aberdeen 71 Fairbrooke Apartments 14-15 Friendship Village Harford Senior Housing Park View at Bel Air 66 Park View at Box Hill 66 River Run

410-569-3630 410-638-8100 410-273-0435 410-272-8880 410-569-1912 410-879-4450 410-893-0064 410-515-6115 410-538-4268

Abingdon Bel Air Aberdeen Aberdeen Abingdon Bel Air Bel Air Abingdon Joppatowne

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HOWARD COUNTY Alta at Regency Crest 68 Encore at Turf Valley Assisted Living Evergreens at Columbia Town Center Harmony Hall Assisted Living Community Heartlands Senior Living Village 80 Hickory Ridge Place Longwood Apartments Morningside Park Owen Brown Place Park View at Colonial Landing 66 Park View at Columbia 66 Park View at Ellicott City 66 Park View at Ellicott City 11 66 Park View at Emerson 66 Park View at Snowden River 66 Selborne House of Dorsey Hall Shalom Square Shangri-La Assisted Living 81 Vantage House Waverly Gardens Apartments

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Lakeview Apartments

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Sunny Meadows

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Hebron

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WORCESTER COUNTY Gull Creek Retirement Community

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Berlin

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Gettysburg Lutheran Retirement Village

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58

717-637-4166

Hanover

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Luther Ridge Retirement Community

21

717-264-5700

Chambersburg 86

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21

717-637-0633

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Menno Haven Retirement Communities

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800-222-6695 Chambersburg 524

671

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717-227-3000

Shrewsbury

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717-848-2585

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or individuals who need some assistance with daily activities, assisted living communities are an important option. The living environments and amenities offered by communities vary widely; however, all communities provide residents with some level of daily assistance, which generally includes meal and housekeeping services. What is Assisted Living? Assisted Living communities offer housing and a variety of supportive services delivered by qualified staff members. As opposed to independent living communities, health care services are available at assisted living communities. The Assisted Living Federation of America (ALFA) notes that assisted living is “a unique transition from independent living without care” that “helps seniors enjoy an improved quality of life with independence and care combined.” Community amenities vary widely but can include private units, state-ofthe-art facilities, beautifully decorated common areas, barber shops and beauty parlors, pharmacies, physical therapy services, recreation rooms, libraries, gardening areas, and fitness centers. Consumers will quickly find that assisted living communities, also commonly called residential care facilities or personal care homes, come in a variety

nities are equipped with security systems and emergency call systems are often available in all residences. For residents with more acute health care needs, such as Alzheimer’s or other forms of dementia, special units and/or specially trained staff members are often available. In addition, communities offer a wide range of social activities to stimuAssisted Living communities offer housing and a variety of supportive services delivered late resident contact. Standard activities by qualified staff members. include religious services, educational programs, games, clubs, and entertainof shapes and sizes. They range in size ment. Many communities also offer from large communities with 100 or exercise and wellness programs. Often, more residents to small homes with 15 activities are catered to and driven by or fewer residents. resident interests. Who Needs It? Residents of assisted living usually include anyone who needs some help with the activities of daily life. This includes eating, bathing, dressing, transferring, toileting, medication management, and walking. Survey data from the National Center for Assisted Living (NCAL) reports that 81 percent of assisted living residents need assistance with one or more of the activities of daily living. Most communities offer three meals a day served in a common dining area. Many also offer some type of assistance with transportation. Housekeeping and laundry services are standard offerings. Staff members are available to meet resident needs 24 hours a day. Most commu-

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The Facts on Congregate Housing Supportive Services for low to moderate incomes n Congregate Housing provides supportive services to residents in selected independent living communities to help them remain independent. n Congregate Housing services are offered in senior citizen apartment buildings that serve low-to-moderate income residents and may be operated by local housing authorities, non-profit organizations, or housing management companies. n Eligible persons receive daily meals, weekly housekeeping and laundry, and assistance with other activities of daily living.

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10 Tips for Choosing an Assisted Living Facility 1. M  ake an accurate and honest assessment of your physical, financial, mental, and lifestyle needs. 2. Visit as many facilities as you can to get a sense of the choices in your area. 3. Narrow down your selection to the top two or three choices, and return to those facilities and ask lots of questions.

4. Ask to review a copy of the Resident Agreement (facility contract). 5. Ask to review the licensing or certification inspection report. 6. Call the Long Term Care Ombudsman program and ask if there are complaints about the facilities you are interested in. Contact the ElderCare Locator at 1-800-677-1116 or www.eldercare.gov to find your local ombudsman who are advocates for assisted living and nursing home residents.

7. Make an unannounced visit to the facilities you are interested in. Talk with the residents and their family members about the facility.

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Jessup 5 n n n n Columbia 79 2,550 n n n n Fulton 8 2,000 4,000 n n n n n Columbia 4 n n n Jessup 5 2,120 3,220 n n n Columbia 29 2,500 3,300 n n n n Columbia Columbia Clarksville 5 2,000 3,200 n n

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KENT COUNTY Chestertown Nursing & Rehabilitation Ctr. Heron Point of Chestertown Whispering Pines Assisted Living

410-778-1900 410-778-7300 410-639-7771

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WASHINGTON COUNTY Autumn Assisted Living Broadmore Assisted Living Charlotte's Home I Charlotte's Home II Fahrney - Keedy Home and Village 63 Homewood at Williamsport 58 Loyalton of Hagerstown 83

301-766-9190 301-766-0066 301-432-2415 301-432-2415 301-671-5015 877-849-9244 301-733-3353

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Maima Home Care Services

240-994-5975

Hagerstown

3

1,200

n n n n n

Ravenwood Lutheran Village

240-420-4137

Hagerstown

40

3,480

n n n n n

Somerford House

80

301-791-9221

Hagerstown

55

2,660

Somerford Place for Alzheimer's & Related Dementias

80

301-791-9221

Hagerstown

36

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4,560

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Village at Robinwood, The

240-420-4119

Hagerstown

70

3,510

4,770

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Williamsport Retirement Village

301-223-7971

Williamsport

32

3,832

5,190

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85

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WICOMICO COUNTY Atria at Salisbury

410-546-9997

Salisbury

77

2,194

4,706

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John B Parsons Assisted Living

410-742-1432

Salisbury

68

2,800

3,200

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Lakeside Assisted Living at Mallard Landing

410-749-4480

Salisbury

85

2,550

5,250

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The Village at Harbor Pointe

410-860-8750

Salisbury

40

3,000

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Tranquil Meadows

410-548-5036

Salisbury

5

1,800

2,100

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WORCESTER COUNTY Catered Living of Ocean Pines

410-208-1000

Ocean Pines

32

3,360

3,500

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Gull Creek Retirement Community

410-641-3171

Berlin

28

2,380

3,505

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Lee's Almost Home, Inc

410-213-0484

Ocean City

8

1,950

3,800

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PENNSYLVANIA Cross Keys Village - The Brethren Home Community

60

888-624-8242

New Oxford

95

2,800

Gettysburg Lutheran Retirement Village

21

717-334-6204

Homewood at Plum Creek

58

717-637-4166

Luther Ridge Retirement Community

21

717-264-5700

Lutheran Retirement Village at Utz Terrace

21

717-637-0633

Gettysburg

17

2,940

3,720

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Hanover

104

4,168

5,050

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2,670

3,720

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6,330

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Menno Haven Retirement Communities

19

800-222-6695 Chambersburg 176

2,460

Rest Assured Assisted Living

99

814-634-0567

Meyersdale

28

1,890

4,260

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5,250

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21

717-227-3000

Shrewsbury

68

3,000

5,000

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21

717-848-2585

York

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2,970

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ssisted living homes with 15 or fewer residents are often called group homes or senior care residences. Many people seeking an assisted living environment for themselves or a family member have investigated these homes as an option along with larger assisted living communities. Most of these homes offer the same services as larger communities, except in a smaller and more intimate setting. Considering a group home when researching assisted living is an important step if your loved one would prefer a smaller, homelike environment. Some of these smaller homes specialize in care for Alzheimer’s disease or related memory impairments. Individuals and families get to know each staff member well as they can enjoy participating in the preparation and serving of meals, housekeeping tasks, gardening, or other daily activities. Food is prepared in small quantities, and residents are encouraged to help. Group homes are usually nestled into neighborhoods, indistinguishable from other surrounding properties. Though regulations governing these homes differ among regions, a variety of agencies (county health departments, social services, long-term care ombudsmen) in most counties and cities provide significant monitoring of homes with four or more beds.

As with any community, it is important to visit the homes to talk with staff as well as the current residents and their families. Be sure that you are given specific information about caregiver training, commu-

nity amenities and costs. For more information, a comprehensive guide to selecting a residence can be obtained through the Consumer Consortium on Assisted Living at www.ccal.org.

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ANNE ARUNDEL COUNTY HeartHomes of Bay Ridge I

88

443-871-3168

Annapolis

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HeartHomes of Bay Ridge II

88

443-871-3168

Annapolis

16

3,750

4,300

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HeartHomes of Linthicum I

88

443-871-3168

Linthicum

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3,450

4,000

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HeartHomes of Linthicum II

88

443-871-3168

Linthicum

16

3,750

4,300

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HeartHomes of Pasadena

88

443-871-3168

Pasadena

16

3,450

4,000

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HeartHomes of Piney Orchard

88

443-871-3168

Odenton

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BALTIMORE COUNTY Assisted Living Management - Hampton Meadows

89

410-653-3480

Towson

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4,500

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Assisted Living Management - Life Spring

89

410-653-3480

Catonsville

15

2,700

4,600

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Assisted Living Management - Rolling Meadows

89

410-653-3480

Catonsville

15

2,700

4,600

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Assisted Living Management - Sudbrook Park

89

410-653-3480

Pikesville

14

2,200

4,500

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Assisted Living Management - Woodholme Springs

89

410-653-3480

Pikesville

15

2,800

4,400

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Beechwood Assisted Living , LLC

86

410-719-2273

Catonsville

15

2,550

3,150

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HeartHomes of Lutherville I

88

443-871-3168

Lutherville

16

3,450

4,000

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HeartHomes of Lutherville II

88

443-871-3168

Lutherville

16

3,750

4,300

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Holland Manor Assisted Living

100

443-470-0681

Towson

15

2,800

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CARROLL COUNTY Sun Valley Assisted Living

92

410-635-8040

Westminster

23

3,400

3,800

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Sun Valley at Ridge Overlook Assisted Living

92

410-635-2468

Westminster

16

4,200

4,900

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Sun Valley at the Homestead

92

410-795-6001

Sykesville

16

3,400

3,800

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Sun Valley at the Woods

92

410-635-3335

Westminster

15

2,600

3,400

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FREDERICK COUNTY Edenton Blossom Place

75

301-694-3100

Frederick

15

3,900

5,200

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Edenton Fiddler’s Green

75

301-694-3100

Frederick

15

3,900

5,500

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Edenton Garden House

75

301-694-3100

Frederick

15

3,900

5,000

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HOWARD COUNTY Angel’s Touch Assisted Living

94

410-442-9800 West Friendship 15

2,000

4,000

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95

240-381-4590

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3,800

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98

301-262-0123

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Bethesda Health and Rehabilitation Center 5721 Grosvenor Lane Bethesda, MD 301-530-1600

Glen Burnie Health and Rehabilitation Center 7355 Furnace Branch Road, East Glen Burnie, MD 410-766-3460

Overlea Health and Rehabilitation Center 6116 Belair Road Baltimore, MD 410-426-1424

Summit Park Health and Rehabilitation Center 1502 Frederick Road Catonsville, MD 410-747-3287

North Arundel Health and Rehabilitation Center 313 Hospital Drive Glen Burnie, MD 410-761-1222

Bel Air Health and Rehabilitation Center 410 East MacPhail Road Bel Air, MD 410-879-1120

Forest Hill Health and Rehabilitation Center 109 Forest Valley Drive Forest Hill, MD 410-893-2468

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What is Nursing Care? At a nursing home, care is administered by professionals under the direction of a physician. Many facilities also offer sub-acute, respite, rehabilitation and other short-term care. Rehabilitation services can be especially helpful for individuals who are recovering from surgery, an illness or any other life-changing event. Who is Nursing Care For? These homes serve as permanent residences for individuals who are too sick or frail to live at home or as temporary facilities during a recovery period. Some enter a nursing home for a short-term stay after a surgery or illness while others enter on a

more permanent basis. Who Pays for Nursing Care? Medicare, Medicaid, private insurance, and personal assets are all used under various circumstances to pay for services in a nursing care facility. If a facility is not certified by Medicare and Medicaid, the care will have to be paid for entirely with personal funds. In general, Medicare pays for skilled nursing care following hospitalization for the same illness or condition at 100% of the cost for days 1 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 20. Some long-term care insurance pays for nursing home care; insurance payments are usually a fixed amount for a specified number of qualified days. The basic daily rate is the standard charge the nursing home bills to all residents, which covers the fundamental services every resident receives, including rent for the room, housekeeping, meals and general nursing care. It is important to understand all the services and amenities that are not included in the basic daily rate.

of your Area Agency on Aging. Ombudsman programs promote the highest quality of life and care for residents of nursing facilities and can help families and staff with inquiries and complaints. Visit your prospects at different times of day. Talk with residents. Be persistent about getting your questions answered.

Entering & Adjusting to Nursing Care Although some people enter a nursing home temporarily for a short-term stay, it is still a sad day for most. Reassurance from family and friends that love and contact will be maintained can ease the transition. The following steps may help lessen the trauma of this change: n Talk about the admission in advance and describe the home in detail. n Visit the home with the prospective resident beforehand and get to know the administration. n Involve the prospective resident as much as possible in the decision-making process. n Decide together what items to bring to the nursing home. What to Look For in Nursing Care n Be available the entire day of admisBefore choosing a home, contact the sion to help settle the resident and proLong-Term Care Ombudsman Program vide support.

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tigation, the ombudsman will work with you and the care provider to resolve your concern. They can do this through counseling, mediation, and formal complaint investigation. The counseling you receive is strictly confidential and can help you to become an advocate for yourself or a loved one. An ombudsman will listen to your complaint and then offer information and referrals via telephone, email, or in-person visit to a long-term care facility or continuing care community. What is a Possible Outcome? If the concern requires a formal investigation, then a signed waiver of rights to patient confidentiality is required, so that the ombudsman can review the records. The ombudsman will act as an advocate

on behalf of the long-term care recipient during this investigation. He or she will gather facts and relevant information in order to determine whether the complaint is valid and appropriate action should be taken. If the complaint is verified or partially verified, then the ombudsman will work with the recipient or their representative and the provider to determine the appropriate course to resolve the problem so both parties are satisfied. If you have questions or complaints about a specific provider, please contact your Area Agency on Aging in order to locate a local ombudsman. Adapted from www.fairfaxcounty.gov/ltcombudsman, which explains the Northern Virginia Ombudsman Program in detail.

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Evaluating Nursing Homes n Are

n Is the facility accepting new patients? n Does the facility offer skilled nursing

care? the facility Medicare-certified and/or Medicaid-certified? Are the home and its current administrator licensed? What type of education and training do staff members have? How many Registered Nurses (RNs) and Certified Nursing Assistants (CNAs) are on staff?

n Is n n

available for residents? is the staff to patient ratio at night and on weekends? n Do staff members respond to residents’ requests for assistance promptly? n Are there enough staff members available to assist residents during meals? n Does the food in the dining room look and smell appealing? n Are there handrails in hallways and grab bars in bathrooms? n Are exits clearly marked? n Is the facility outfitted with smoke detectors and sprinklers? n What

Use this checklist to judge and compare the nursing homes you call and/or visit. background checks conducted on all staff members? n Is there a care plan developed for every resident? n Are care plans reviewed and updated by providers and family members? n Is the interaction between residents and staff members warm and respectful? n Are public areas and resident rooms clean and comfortable? n Are there a variety of activities

Adapted from Medicare’s Nursing Home checklist. For more information, see www.medicare.gov.

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ALLEGANY County Alleganey County Nursing Home

301-777-5940

730 Furnace St

Cumberland 153 n n 114

180 n n n

Beverly Living Center-Cumberland

301-724-6066

512 Winfred Rd.

Cumberland 135 n n 159

182 n n n

Devlin Manor Health Care Center

301-724-1400

10301 Christie Rd

Cumberland 124 n n 105

140 n n n n

Frostburg Village Nursing Care Center

301-689-2425

1 Kaylor Cir.

122 n n 140

150 n n

Lion Center for Rehabilitation and Extended Care, The

301-722-6272

901 Sexton Dr.

Cumberland 101 n n 190

Frostburg

200 n n n n

Moran Manor Health Care Center

301-359-3000

25701 Shady Ln., SW

Westernport 130 n n 145

175 n n n

ANNE ARUNDEL COUNTY Arbor at BayWoods

54

410-268-9222

7101 Bayfront Dr.

Annapolis

26 n 270

n n n n

Bay Ridge Healthcare Center

410-267-8653

900 Van Buren Street

Annapolis

87 n n 255

n n n

Crofton Care & Rehabilitation Ctr.

410-721-1000

2131 Davidsonville Rd.

Crofton

Fairfield Nursing & Rehabilitation Ctr.

410-923-6820

1454 Fairfield Loop Rd

Crownsville

305 College Pkwy

Arnold

410-266-7300

4000 River Cresent Dr.

Annapolis

FutureCare - Chesapeake

107 410-647-0015

Ginger Cove

54

Glen Burnie Health & Rehabilitation Ctr. Hammonds lane-Genesis HealthCare

80 n n 210

400 n n n n

152 n n 210 61 n

219

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245 n n

102 410-766-3460

7355 Furnace Branch Rd.

Glen Burnie 200 n n 141

235 n n n n

613 Hammonds Ln

Brooklyn Park 129 n n 250

260 n n n n

102 410-897-1300

2700 South Haven Rd.

Annapolis

154 n n 209

237 n n n n

104,126 800-205-9342

899 Cecil Ave.

Millersville

87 n n 221

242 n n n n

Glen Burnie

99 n n 168

Marley Neck Health & Rehabilitation Ctr.

110 410-768-8200

North Arundel Health & Rehabilitation Ctr.

102

410-761-1222

Severna Park Ctr. - Genesis HealthCare

104,126 800-205-9342

South River Health & Rehabilitation Ctr.

110 410-956-5000

Spa Creek Ctr. - Genesis HealthCare

258 n n n n

104,126 800-205-9342

Heritage Harbour Health & Rehabiliton Ctr. Knollwood Manor - Genesis HealthCare

180 n n 247

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313 Hospital Dr.

Glen Burnie 111 n n 220

475 n n n n

24 Truckhouse Rd.

Severna Park 141 n n 268

291 n n n n

144 Washington Rd.

Edgewater

111 n n 226

254 n n n n

35 Milkshake Ln.

Annapolis

134 n n 298

407 n n n n

BALTIMORE CITY Alice Manor Nursing Home

410-889-9700

2095 Rock Rose Ave.

Baltimore

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210 n n n

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Arlington West Nursing and Rehabilitation Center

410-664-9535

3939 Penhurst Ave

Baltimore

80 n n 220

n n n

Blue Point Nursing & Rehabilitation Ctr.

410-367-9100

2525 W. Belvedere Ave.

Baltimore

135 n n 200

n n n n

3330 W Wilkens Ave

Baltimore

144 n n 242

265 n n n n

Baltimore 174 n n 139

157 n n n n

Caton Manor Nursing -Genesis HealthCare

104,126 800-205-9342

Fayette Health and Rehab Center

110

410-727-3947

1217 W Fayette St

Frankford Nursing & Rehabilitation Center

410-325-4000

5009 Frankford Ave.

Baltimore

238 n n 122

400 n n n n

Franklin Square Health & Rehabilitation Ctr.

410-727-3947

1217 West Fayette

Baltimore

190 n n 120

145 n n n n

FutureCare - Canton Harbor

107 410-342-6644

1300 S Ellwood Ave

Baltimore

160 n n 190

200 n n n n

FutureCare - Homewood

107 410-554-6300

2700 N Charles St.

Baltimore

136 n n 182

200 n n n n

FutureCare - Sandtown - Winchester

107 410-669-2750

1000 N. Gilmor St.

Baltimore

150 n n 188

225 n n n n

FutureCare-Charles Village

107 410-889-8500

2327 N. Charles St.

Baltimore

109 n n 185

195 n n n n

FutureCare-Irvington

107 410-947-3052

22 S. Athol Ave.

Baltimore

190 n n 185

195 n n n n

FutureCare-Lochearn

107 410-358-3410

4800 Seton Dr.

Baltimore

200 n n 171

n n n n

FutureCare-Northpoint Rehab & Nursing Ctr.

107 410-282-0100

1040 Old Northpoint Rd

Baltimore

180 n n 170

n n n n

1601 E. Belvedere Ave.

Baltimore

147 n n 205

205 n n n

6040 Harford Rd.

Baltimore

99 n n 235

255 n n n n

26 n n

Good Samaritan Nursing Ctr. Hamilton Ctr. - Genesis HealthCare

410-532-5600

104,126 800-205-9342

Harbor Hospital Ctr. Extended Care

410-350-3089

3001 S. Hanover St.

Baltimore

Harborside Health Care - Harford Gardens

410-254-3300

4700 Harford Rd

Baltimore

163 n n 197

265 n n n n

Harbour Inn Convalescent Center

410-727-1600

1213 Light Street

Baltimore

225 n n 125

250 n n n n

4669 Falls Rd.

Baltimore

120 n n 186

253 n n n n

6000 Bellona Ave.

Baltimore

112 n n 235

235 n n n n

5505 Hopkins Bayview Cir.

Baltimore

224 n n 195

705 n n n n 323 n n n n

108 410-662-8606

Homewood Ctr. - Genesis HealthCare

104,126 800-205-9342

Johns Hopkins Bayview Care Ctr. Keswick Multi-Care Center

410-550-7642

109 410-662-4218

700 West 40th St.

Baltimore

242 n n 246

410-601-2400

2434 West Belvedere Ave.

Baltimore

292 n n 245

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110 410-542-5306

4017 Liberty Heights Ave.

Baltimore

106 n n 205

n n n n

115 E. Melrose Ave.

Baltimore

134 n n 252

2801 Rayner Ave.

Baltimore

33 n 75

Levindale Hebrew Geriatric Center & Hospital Liberty Heights Health & Rehabilitation Ctr. Long Green Ctr. - Genesis HealthCare

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102 410-426-1424

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410-243-5800

St. Elizabeth Rehabilitation & Nursing Ctr.

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Baltimore

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Baltimore

150 n n 172

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Baltimore

270 n n n n n

830 W. 40th St.

Baltimore

3320 Benson Ave.

Baltimore

60 n 340

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177 n n n n 340 n n n n

162 n n

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BALTIMORE COUNTY Augsburg Lutheran Home & Village

51

Autumn Ridge at North Oaks Brightwood Ctr. -Genesis HealthCare

6811 Campfield Rd

Baltimore

123 n n 245

725 Mount Wilson Ln.

Pikesville

37 n 199

249 n n n n

515 Brightfield Rd

Lutherville 110 n n 302

370 n n n n

13801 York Road

Hunt Valley

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Broadmead Health Center

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Catonsville Commons -Genesis HealthCare

410-486-4573 410-484-7300 443-578-8035

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16 Fusting Ave

Chestnut Green the Health Ctr. at Blakehurst

410-494-6141

1055 West Joppa Rd.

Courtland Gardens Nursing & Rehab. Center

410-521-3600

44 n n n n

7920 Scotts Level Rd

Pikesville

151 n n 240

8710 Emge Rd

Baltimore

132 n n 282

Envoy of Pikesville

106 410-486-8771

7 Sudbrook Ln.

Pikesville

140 n n

Forest Haven Nursing Ctr.

112

Franklin Woods -Genesis HealthCare

410-747-7425

104,126 800-205-9342

Frederick Villa Nursing Ctr.

410-788-3300

701 Edmondson Ave .

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270 n n n n

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20

79 n 301

Catonsville 144 n n 196 Towson

280 n n

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302 n n n n n n n n

260 n n n

9200 Franklin Square Dr

Baltimore

117 n n 241

265 n n n n

711 Academy Rd.

Baltimore

125 n n 175

225 n n n n

FutureCare - Cherrywood

107 410-833-3801

12020 Reisterstown Rd.

FutureCare - Old Court

107 410-922-3200

5412 Old Court Rd.

Reisterstown 170 n n 237 Randallstown 144 n n 185

n n n n

235 n n n n

Gilchrist Hospice Care

443-849-8200;

6601 N Charles St.

Baltimore

24 n n

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Glen Meadows

410-319-5022

11630 Glen Arm Rd.

Glen Arm

31 n n 322

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HCR/ManorCare - Dulaney

108 410-828-6500

111 West Rd.

Towson

139 n n 168

231 n n n n

HCR/ManorCare - Rossville

108 410-574-4950

6600 Ridge Rd

Baltimore

182 n n 140

238 n n n

HCR/ManorCare - Ruxton

108 410-821-9600

7001 N. Charles St.

Towson

179 n n 157

173 n n n n

HCR/ManorCare - Towson

108 410-828-9494

509 East Joppa Rd.

Towson

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215 n n n n

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Dundalk

174 n n 238

247 n n n n

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Towson

55 n n 220

250 n n n

Holly Hill Nursing and Rehabilitation Ivy Hall Geriatric & Rehabilitation Ctr.

114

410-823-5310

Catonsville 120 n n 220

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237 n n n

410-687-1383

1300 Windlass Dr.

Baltimore

130 n n 200

205 n n n n

Jewish Convalescent & Nursing Home

410-521-3600

7920 Scotts Level Rd.

Baltimore

149 n n 195

195 n n n

Liberty Heights Health & Rehabilitation Ctr.

410-542-5306

4017 Liberty Heights Ave.

Baltimore

106 n n 205

Loch Raven Ctr. - Genesis HealthCare

104,126 800-205-9342

n n n n

8720 Emge Rd.

Baltimore

116 n n 260

289 n n n n

Lorien Mays Chapel Nursing & Rehabilitation Center

410-252-0880

12230 Roundwood Road

Timonium

85 n n 315

410 n n n n

Maryland Masonic Homes

410-527-1111

300 International Cir.

Cockeysville

88 199

212 n

Randallstown 63 n n 210

300 n n

90

Mid-Atlantic of Chapel Hill Nursing & Rehab

443-922-2443

4511 Robosson Rd.

Milford Manor Nursing & Rehabilitation Ctr.

410-486-1500

4204 Old Milford Mill Rd.

Pikesville

119 n n

n n n n

Multi-Medical Ctr. - Genesis HealthCare

104,126 800-205-9342

7700 York Rd

Towson

110 n n 281

298 n n n n

Perring Parkway Ctr. - Genesis HealthCare

104,126 800-205-9342

1801 Wentworth Rd

Baltimore

109 n n 276

288 n n n n

Towson

35 n n 220

Pickersgill Retirement Community Presbyterian Home of Maryland, Inc., The Randallstown Ctr. - Genesis HealthCare

56

410-825-7423

615 Chestnut Ave.

61

410-823-4622

400 Georgia Court

104,126 800-205-9342

Towson

261

252 n

261

n n n n

9109 Liberty Rd

Randallstown 172 n n 245

249 n n n n

709 Maiden Choice Ln

Catonsville 260 n n 224

258 n n

Reinassance Gardens at Charlestown

58

410-737-8922

Renaissance Gardens at Oak Crest

58

410-882-3295

8832 Walther Blvd.

Parkville

200 n n 312

354 n n n

Ridgeway Manor Nursing Home

81

410-747-5250

5743 Edmondson Ave.

Catonsville

61 n n 200

200 n n n

Riverview Care Ctr.

410-574-1400

One Eastern Blvd

Baltimore

238 n n 150

175 n n n n

Rock Glen Nursing & Rehabilitation Ctr.

410-646-2100

10 N Rock Glen Rd

Baltimore

120 n n 217

223 n n n

St. Joseph's Nursing Home

410-747-0026

1222 Tugwell Dr.

Catonsville

44 n 210

Stella Maris, Inc.

160 410-252-4500

2300 Dulaney Valley Rd.

Timonium 440 n n 200

500 n n n

Summit Park Health & Rehabilitation Ctr.

102 410-747-3287

1502 Frederick Rd.

Catonsville 143 n n 138

250 n n n n

CALVERT COUNTY Asbury Solomons Island

410-394-3029

11100 Asbury Cir

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Calvert County Nursing Ctr.

410-535-2300

85 Hospital Rd.

Prince Frederick 149 n n 160

210 n n

Calvert Memorial Hospital Transitional Care Unit

410-535-8141

100 Hospital Rd.

Prince Frederick 18 n n 175

350 n n n n

Solomon's Nursing Ctr.

410-326-0077

13325 Dowell Rd.

Solomons

87 n n 140

155 n n n n

CAROLINE COUNTY Caroline Nursing and Rehab Center

410-479-2130

520 Kerr Ave.

Denton

95 n n 192

277 n n n n

Ruxton Health of Denton-Wesleyan Ret. Campus

410-479-4400

420 Colonial Dr.

Denton

100 n n 145

160 n n

CARROLL COUNTY Brinton Woods Nursing & Rehabilitation Ctr. /Winfield

410-795 2737

1442 Buckhorn Rd.

Carroll Lutheran Village

4

410-848-8922

300 St Luke Cir

Copper Ridge Exclusively for Alzheimer's

18

410-795-8808

710 Obrecht Rd.

Fairhaven

18

410-795-8801

7200 Third Ave.

Golden Living Centers-Westminster

410-848-0700

1234 Washington Rd.

Long View Nursing Home

410-239-7139

3332 Main Street, Box 390

Lorien Mt. Airy

301-829-6050

705 Midway Ave.

Sykesville

61 n n 260

Westminster 103 n n 241

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362 n n n n

Sykesville

66 n n 365

378 n n n

Sykesville

79 n 320

343 n n n n

Westminster 158 n n 215 Manchester 109 n 180 Mt. Airy

62 n n 275

Lorien Nursing & Rehabilitation Ctr.

410-756-5884

100 Antrim Blvd.

Taneytown

Pleasant View Nursing Home

301-829-0800

4101 Old Tiol Pike

Mount Airy 104 n n 130

Transitions Healthcare

410-795-1100

7309 2nd Ave

Sykesville

202 n n n 275 n n n

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CECIL COUNTY Calvert Manor Healthcare Ctr.

410-658-6555

1881 Telegraph Rd.

Rising Sun

144 n n 240

n n n

Elkton Care & Rehabilitation

410-398-6474

1 Price Dr.

Elkton

177 n n

n n n n

Laurelwood Care Ctr.

410-398-8800

100 Laurel Dr.

Elkton

133 n n 130

130 n n n

CHARLES COUNTY CCNRC Family of Care Nursing & Rehab Ctr. La Plata Ctr. - Genesis HealthCare

103 301-934-1900

10200 La Plata Rd

LaPlata

165 n n 200

210 n n n

104,126 800-205-9342

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La Plata

147 n n 210

221 n n n n

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Cambridge

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Cambridge 160 n n 114

150 n n n n

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225 n n n n

Glade Valley Ctr. -Genesis HealthCare

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Walkersville 124 n n 186

221 n n n n

Citizens Care & Rehabilitation Ctr.

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Golden Living Center of Frederick

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Frederick

120 n n 228

251 n n n

Homewood at Crumland Farms

301-644-5600

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Frederick

122 n n 260

282 n n n n

Northampton Manor Health Care Ctr.

301-662-8700

200 East 16th St.

Frederick

190 n n 181

191 n n n n

Pleasant View Nursing Home

301-829-0800

4101 Old Tiol Pike

Mount Airy 104 n n 130

130 n n n

St. Catherine's Nursing Ctr.

301-447-7007

331 South Seton Ave.

Emmitsburg

221 n n

The Vindobona

301-371-7160

6012 Jefferson Blvd.

58

69 n 192

Braddock Heights 61 n n 210

225 n n n n

GARRETT COUNTY Goodwill Mennonite Home, Inc.

301-895-5194

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Grantsville

89 n n 144

180 n n n n

HARFORD COUNTY Bel Air Health & Rehabilitation Ctr.

102 410-879-1120

Citizens Care & Rehabilitation Ctr. Forest Hill Health & Rehabilitation Ctr.

410-939-5500

102 410-838-0101

410 East MacPhail Rd. 415 S. Market St.

Bel Air

155 n n 232

n n n n

Havre de Grace 182 n n

n n n

109 Forest Valley Dr.

Forest Hill

156 n n 232

n n n

Lorien Bel Air

410-803-1400

1909 Emmorton Rd.

Bel Air

69 n n 301

509 n n n

Lorien Nursing & Rehabilitation- Riverside

410-575-6400

1123 Belcamp Rd.

Belcamp

129 n n 143

156 n n n n

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410-461-7577

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110

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Ellicott City

Lorien Nursing & Rehabilitation Ctr.

410-531-5300

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Columbia

184 n n n n

63 n n 265 269 n n 162

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200 n n n n

KENT COUNTY Chester River Manor Nursing & Rehab. Ctr.

105 410-778-4550

200 Morgnec Rd.

Chestertown Nursing & Rehabilitation Ctr.

410-778-1900

415 Morgnec Rd.

Heron Point of Chestertown

410-778-7300

501 East Campus Ave

Chestertown 98 n n 196

243 n n n n

Chestertown 76 n n 100

120 n n n n

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Silver Spring 151 n n 225

475 n n n n

Bedford Court

12-13 301-598-2900

3701 International Dr.

Silver Spring

60 n n 244

272 n n n n

110 301-598-6000

2601 Bell Pre Rd.

Silver Spring

90 n n 165

203 n n n n

Bethesda Health & Rehabilitation Ctr.

102 301-530-1600

5721 Grosvenor Ln.

Bethesda

200 n n 183

254 n n n n

Brighton Gardens of Tuckerman Lane

12-13 301-897-8566

5550 Tuckerman Ln

North Bethesda 41 n n 230

283 n n

104,126 800-205-9342

2101 Fairland Rd.

Silver Spring

82 n n 157

195 n n n n

Silver Spring 191 n n 260

285 n n n n

Bel Pre Health & Rehabilitation Ctr.

Fairland Ctr.-Genesis HealthCare Layhill Ctr.-Genesis HealthCare

104,126 800-205-9342

3227 Bel Pre Rd.

Shady Grove Ctr.-Genesis HealthCare

104,126 800-205-9342

9701 Medical Center Dr

Sligo Creek Ctr.- Genesis HealthCare

104,126 800-205-9342

7525 Carroll Ave.

Rockville

134 n n 260

410 n n n n

Takoma Park 102 n n 175

197 n n n n 226 n n

Springbrook Ctr.-Genesis HealthCare

104,126 800-205-9342 12325 New Hampshire Ave.

Silver Spring

91 n n 195

Woodside Ctr.-Genesis HealthCare

104,126 800-205-9342

Silver Spring

92 n n 258

9101 Second Ave

n n n n

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104,126 800-205-9342

7520 Surrats Rd.

Clinton

180 n n 215

237 n n n n

Cherry Lane Nursing Ctr.

117 301-498-8558

9001 Cherry Ln.

Laurel

155 n n 199

250 n n n

Collington Episcopal Life Care Community

52

301-883-4773

10450 Lottsford Rd

Mitchellville

44 n n 229

272 n n n n

104,126 800-205-9342

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Riverdale

140 n n 236

268 n n n n

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Forestville Health & Rehabilitation Ctr.

110 301-736-0240

7420 Marlboro Pike

Fort Washington Health & Rehabilitation Ctr.

110 301-292-0300

12021 Livingston Rd.

Future Care-Pinewood

107 410-880-4353

9106 Pinewood Ln.

Clinton

192 n n

104,126 800-205-9342

8200 Good Luck Rd.

Lanham

150 n n 195

250 n n n

102 410-792-4717

14200 Laurel Park Dr.

Laurel

150 n n 207

457 n n

Magnolia Center-Genesis HealthCare Patuxent River Health & Rehabilitation Center

160 n n 189

195 n n n n

Fort Washington 150 n n 183

Forestville

200 n n n n n n n n

QUEEN ANNE'S COUNTY Corsica Hills Ctr. -Genesis HealthCare

104,126 800-205-9342 205 Armstrong Ave PO Box 50 Centreville

118 n n 232

252 n n n n

SOMERSET COUNTY Alice Byrd Tawes Nursing Home

410-968-1200

201 Hall Hwy.

Manokin Manor Nursing & Rehabilitation Center

410-651-0011

11974 Edgehill Terrace

69 n n 180

200 n n n

Princess Anne 131 n n 195

Crisfield

205 n n n

ST. MARY'S COUNTY Bayside Care Ctr.

301-863-7244

21412 Great Mills Rd.

Lexington Park 110 n n 132

145 n n n n

Charlotte Hall Veterans Home

301-884-8171

29449 Charlotte Hall Rd.

Charlotte Hall 278 n n 80

120 n n n

St. Mary's Nursing Ctr.

301-475-8000

21585 Peabody St.

Taylor Farm Assisted Living Inc

301-769-3702

21748 Oscar Hayden Rd

Leonardtown 180 n n 200 Bushwood

24 163

n n n n n

TALBOT COUNTY The Pines Center- Genesis HealthCare

104,126 800-205-9342

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18

410-822-8888

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Easton

195 n n 190

501 Dutchman's Lane

Easton

90 n n 217

318 n n n n 280 n n n

Washington COUNTY Coffman Nursing Home, Inc. Fahrney - Keedy Home and Village

63

301-733-2914

1304 Pennsylvania Ave.

Hagerstown

59 n n 216

226 n n

Boonsboro

97 n n 207

262 n n n n

301-671-5015

8507 Mapleville Rd.

Golden Living Center of Hagerstown

301-797-4020

750 Dual Hwy.

Homewood at Williamsport

877-849-9244

16505 Virginia Ave.

Williamsport 80 n n 277

294 n n n n

301-665-8700

333 Mill St.

Hagerstown 130 n n 130

155 n n n n

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301-733-8700

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Hagerstown 186 n n 240

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Ravenwood Lutheran Village

240-420-4137

1183 Luther Dr.

Hagerstown

n n n n

Reeders

301-432-5457

141 S. Main St.

Boonsboro 148 n n 187

Village at Robinwood, The

240-420-4119

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Hagerstown

88 n n 180

Washington County Hospital - Ext Care

301-790-8271

251 E. Antietam St

Hagerstown

47 n n 290

335 n n n n

Western Maryland Hospital Ctr.

301-791-4400

827 Linden Ave.

Hagerstown

63 n n 191

191 n n

Williamsport Retirement Village

301-223-7971

154 N. Artizan St.

85

88 n n 202

Williamsport 99 n n 214

200 n n n n n n n n

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WICOMICO COUNTY Anchorage Nursing & Rehabilitation Ctr.

410-749-2474

Deer's Head Hospital Ctr.

410-543-4000 351 Deer's Head Hospital Rd.

Salisbury Ctr. - Genesis HealthCare

104,126 800-205-9342

Wicomico Nursing Home

410-742-8896

105 Times Sq.

Salisbury

126 n n 165

330 n n n n

Salisbury

68 n n 361

361 n n n n

200 Civic Ave

Salisbury

325 n n 218

253 n n n n

900 Booth St.

Salisbury

102 n n

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119 410-641-4400

9715 Healthway Dr.

Berlin

186 n n 211

228 n n n n

Hartley Hall Nursing Home, Inc.

410-957-2252

1006 Market St.

Pocomoke

73 n n 187

240 n n n

Snow Hill Nursing & Rehabilitation Ctr.

410-632-3755

430 W. Market St.

Snow Hill

69 n n 157

157 n n n n

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60

888-624-8242

2990 Carlisle Pike

New Oxford 270 n n 260

297 n n n n

Gettysburg Lutheran Retirement Village

21

717-334-6204

1075 Old Harrisburg Rd.

Gettysburg 100 n n 236

256 n n n n

Homewood at Plum Creek

58

717-637-4166

425 Westminster Ave.

Hanover

120 n n 280

318 n n n n

Lutheran Retirement Village at Utz Terrace

21

717-637-0633

2100 Utz Terrace

Hanover

40 n n 249

269 n n n n

Menno Haven Retirement Communities

19

800-222-6695

2011 Scotland Avenue

Chambersburg 213 n n 267

321 n n n n

Shrewsbury Lutheran Retirement Village

21

717-227-3000

800 Bollinger Drive

Shrewsbury 100 n n 248

268 n n

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21

717-764-9944

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improving the quality of life remaining A patient and family may turn to hospice care when the goals of patient care have switched from curing to comforting. Hospice involves a special system of supportive services, including pain and symptom management, social services, and emotional and spiritual support. Any individual of any age with a diagnosis of a terminal disease may turn to hospice. How Does One Receive Hospice Care? Medicare, Medicaid, or private insurance generally require a prognosis of six months or less for services to be covered. In addition to traditional medical hospices, there is a non-medical hospice program in Montgomery County that offers support for patients with a year’s prognosis or less who may choose to continue their curative treatments.

Hospice is unique in that care and support are provided to the entire family, not just the patient. A team of skilled professionals and volunteers work to serve the special needs of everyone involved. Choice is at the center of the hospice approach — a person faced with a life-limiting illness is encouraged to remain in control of his or her life. As care is usually provided in one’s home, many hospice patients live out their lives in the comfort of familiar daily routines, surrounded by their treasured possessions along with family and friends. However, hospice services may also be provided in long-term care facilities or inpatient hospice residential settings.

on managing the patient’s pain and symptoms with medication, medical supplies and equipment. Other services, such as speech and physical therapy, are available if necessary. If managing the symptoms within the home becomes impossible, hospice providers can offer short-term inpatient care. While family members learn how to properly care for the patient, information and support is also available to help everyone deal with the emotional, psychosocial and spiritual aspects of dying. Surviving loved ones will receive bereavement care and counseling from the hospice professionals. Adapted from Caring Connection’s and the American Cancer Society’s websites. For more information, see What Services are Provided? www.caringinfo.org or the information Hospice team members focus primarily on hospice care at www.cancer.org.

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services offered by the Medicare Hospice Benefit. This benefit covers virtually all aspects of hospice care with little out-ofpocket expense.” In order to receive the Medicare Hospice Benefit, patients must be eligible for Medicare Part A, have a terminal disease or condition with a less than six months prognosis, and sign a document certifying that they are choosing hospice care instead of routine Medicare benefits.

Patients may only receive covered benefits from a Medicare-approved hospice program. In addition to Medicare’s coverage, hospice services are also generally covered by Medicaid or private insurers. Adapted from Caring Connection’s and the American Cancer Society’s websites. For more information, see www.caringinfo.org or the information on hospice care at www.cancer.org.

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Eastern Shore Walk Where: The Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Building - Salisbury, Md. When: Saturday, October 1, 2011 Registration starts at 9 a.m. Length: About 2 miles Contact: Call or Email Damian Magarelli at 410-543-1163 and Damian.Magarelli@alz.org

Anne Arundel County Walk Where: Severn School - Severna Park, Md. When: Saturday, October 15, 2011 Registration starts at 9 a.m.

Length: There will be a 1-mile route and a 3-mile route Contact: Call or Email Rolanda Oliver at 410-561-9099 and Rolanda. Oliver@alz.org

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Columbia, Md. Saturday, October 22, 2011 Registration starts at 9 a.m. Length: There will be a 1-mile route and a 3-mile route Contact: Call or Email Rolanda Oliver at 410-561-9099 and Rolanda. Oliver@alz.org When:

Weddle@alz.org Greater Baltimore Walk Where: Oregon Ridge Park Cockeysville, Md. When: Saturday, October 29, 2011 Registration starts at 8 a.m. Length: About 3 miles Contact: Call or Email Melissa Sharlat at 410-561-9099 and Melissa. Sharlat@alz.org

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a special care residence may be the right option Special care units are a relatively new concept, so certification standards for nursing homes and adult care residences do not specifically address these programs. You will need to rely on your own judgment when considering a special care unit. Visit more than one special care unit and compare them. Use all your senses when you visit — sight, smell, and hearing are all important. Be sensitive to the overall atmosphere and how the staff interacts with the residents. Ask about the number of staff on duty at all times and find out about any special training they’ve had. Generally, the more staff available, the higher the quality of care. Some reports find a daytime ratio of six residents to one staff person to be adequate in a special care unit; others feel

that a ratio of eight to one can also result in quality care. At night, when residents are in bed, a higher patient to staff ratio may be fine. Get a written description of the services and programs offered by any special care unit along with the charges or fees associated. This description should clearly explain to you how the special care unit differs from the rest of the nursing home or assisted living facility. It should emphasize special training the staff receives and describe the environment. Before choosing a special care unit, you should be confident that the higher price charged for care in the unit will actually result in better care for your relative. You may find that your relative can be adequately cared for in a regular unit.

Finally, talk with someone about special care units. Your state ombudsman, your local chapter of the Alzheimer’s Association, or your local Area Agency on Aging are all good resources. They may be able to provide you with a more detailed consumer checklist to help you compare special care units. All dementia special care units should focus on the individual needs of the resident. Care plans should be developed, implemented, and reviewed often. All patients should be treated with respect and dignity in a physical environment that encourages independence while promoting safety. Researching special care residences can ensure your loved one will receive the proper support he/ she needs.

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The Village at Lighthouse Senior Living is a self contained, specialized “neighborhood” for those with memory impairment as a result of Alzheimer’s Disease and other related dementia illnesses. A specially trained staff brings a holistic approach to the Village and its residents. We encourage family and friends to participate in the programs and activities with their loved ones in our efforts to provide a sense of purpose, pleasure, acceptance and belonging.

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Morningside House specializes in working with residents with Alzheimer’s disease or other related dementia. The goal of the program is to provide dementia residents with the best possible care, in a warm loving environment, thus allowing them to function at their highest possible level and enjoy the best quality of life. Our life enrichment program engages residents with activities designed to reduce stress and help improve memory. We are inspired by the seniors we serve. Call to schedule a personal tour at 888-332-6161, or visit our website at www.morningsidehouse.com.

Paradise Assisted Living and Memory Care (See page 87) 6348 Frederick Rd, Catonsville, MD 21228 (410) 744-8433 www.ParadiseAssistedLiving.com

Paradise specializes in supporting residents with memory loss. Whether it is called dementia, Alzheimer’s, or forgetfulness, dealing with loved ones that are not the same person they were just a few years ago takes specialized training, caring and devotion. Paradise has a dedicated program whose purpose is to make the daily lives of those with memory impairments productive, comforting, safe and dignified. Our customized programming is aimed at giving positive reinforcement for residents’ abilities - accessing their world where they are today. Let us help and guide you in making a decision about the right “home” for your loved one.

St. Elizabeth Rehabilitation and Nursing Center – Noah’s Place (See page 106) 3320 Benson Avenue, Baltimore, MD 21227-1035 • 410-644-7100 www.catholiccharities-md.org

Noah’s Place provides individuals living with Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia highly specialized and therapeutic care. A team of trained and licensed professionals approaches the care of these residents with their unique needs in mind. Structured activities focus on the individual’s abilities and ensure that resident’s are busy all day. A secure therapeutic courtyard offers residents the opportunity to enjoy the outdoors, participate in low-intensive gardening and to reminisce.

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Ridge Overlook is a secured assisted living to maximize safety, and is a dedicated free-standing home for the care of individuals with Alzheimer’s disease and other dementias. Our compassionate staff is highly trained in managing the concerns of caring for this population, such as effective behavior management, communication techniques, and activity stimulation. Newly constructed private rooms are situated on a beautiful sky-lit hallway leading to an enclosed terrace. Ridge Overlook’s home-like environment is ideal in helping a resident to be as comfortable and independent as possible.

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seven million Americans age 60 and over as well as 325,000 caregivers are the Administration on Aging, the State Units of Aging, and the Area Agencies on Aging.

formation assistance to the general public, the AoA developed the Eldercare Locator in 1991 connecting Americans and their caregivers with information about local services. The program puts individuals in Administration on Aging (AoA) touch with local AAAs and other commuAs the leader of the Network, AoA works nity-based organizations. To contact the Elprimarily to increase awareness amongst dercare Locator, call 1-800-677-1116 or visit government agencies, organizations and www.eldercare.gov. the general public in regards to the needs of the older American population. In addi- State Units on Aging tion to recommending policy and developThe State Units on Aging (SUA) serve ing regulations, AoA is also responsible for as the state arm of the AoA. SUAs coorproviding grants to worthwhile projects. dinate services in their states by workThe AoA can be reached at www.aoa.gov or ing with a variety of state agencies and other public and private organizations. 202-619-0724. State Units also award grants to AAAs Eldercare Locator in order to help create community speIn an effort to provide nationwide in- cific programs.

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Grace Outreach Adult Day Care Center

410-466-8702

Cumberland Covenant House

301-722-6681

Hopkins Elder Plus (PACE)

410-550-7044

Evergreen Adult Day Services

301-777-2650

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410-367-8802

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301-463-4085

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410-662-4218

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301-729-4275

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410-601-2360

WMHS AMDCC

301-722-0199

Providence Adult Day Care Ctr

410-523-1500

Willow Creek Adult Center

301-777-8422

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410-225-7888

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410-646-0320

410-255-2879

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410-323-0500

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410-462-5040

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410-766-2212

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443-679-1166

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410-466-7717

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410-350-8260

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410-396-8067

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410-521-1555

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410-462-3802

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410-208-3999

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410-822-0506

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410-744-5959

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443-901-1333

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301-464-7448

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chesapeake-elder-law.com

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410-337-8900

frankelderlaw.com

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410-938-8800

hpklegal.com

40

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410-415-5880

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301-739-6820

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410-849-9311

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Law Offices of Adam J. Roa

410-296-8166

adamjroa.com

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410-997-4228; 410-266-1009

seniorsadviser.com

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Law Office of Catherine Stavely

410-268-9246

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Law Office of Nomiki B.Weitzel

410-663-9400; 410-638-7779

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44

Offit Kurman: Rajiv Goel,Valorie Leeb

443-738-1516;443-738-1563

offitkurman.com

42

410-573-4818

sinclairprosserlaw.com

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SinclairProsser Law, LLC

Medical Supplies and Equipment Paradise Professional Pharmacy

410-744-5959

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86

Memory Assesments, Support & Education MedOptions

1-888-818-6595

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125

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410-828-7700 X1271

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410-515-1199

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410-493-1001;410-583-0400

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410-802-6100;410-583-0400

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36

Patient Advocate Jill Rosner, RN, BSN, Rosner Healthcare Navigation

410-591-6378 RosnerHealthcareNavigation.com

48

Personal Emergency Response Systems Centrol, Inc.

877-792-4494; 410-828-5564

centrol-inc.com

Pharmacy Services Paradise Professional Pharmacy

410-744-5959

yourcommunitypharmacy.com

86

Professional Organizers InfoDoc, Inc.

410-375-7903

infodocinc.com

The Last Re-Sort! LLC

301-602-8076

thelastre-sort.com

45

Psychological Services MedOptions

1-888-818-6595

medoptionsinc.com

125

Real Estate Services Shirley Matlock--RE/Max Advantage Realty

410-465-7777

DreamHomesinMaryland.com

37

Sue Millard,YWGC Realty

410-493-1001; 410-583-0400

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36

Tina Thompson,YWGC Realty

410-802-6100;410-583-0400

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36

Senior Expos Carroll County Bureau of Aging -Seniors on the Go Expo

410-386-3809

ccgovernment.carr.org/seniorgoexpo

7

Howard County Office on Aging -- 50+ Expo

410-313-5990

howardcountymd.gov/OA/50+expo.htm

49

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1-800-552-7724(Voice/TTY): 7-1-1

mdrelay.org

31

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410-646-6544

catholiccharities-md.org

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83

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Alta at Regency Crest

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altaatregencycrest.com

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106

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94

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58

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10

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63

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65

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14-15

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98

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14-15

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77

homecresthouse.org

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73

firstcentrum.com

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54

baywoodsofannapolis.com

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80

fivestarseniorliving.com

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86

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112

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119

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gardensofannapolis.com

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88

hearthomesassistedliving.com

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100

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58

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103

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117

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105

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110

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KensingtonRetirement.com

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Presbyterian Home of Maryland

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Quail Run Assisted Living

82

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81

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hcr-manorcare.com

Springwell Assisted Living

72,79

springwellseniorliving.com

St. Elizabeth Rehab & Nursing Center

106

catholiccharities-md.org

Sun Valley Communities

92

sunvalleycommunities.com

Sunrise Senior Living

12-13

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Symphony Manor in Roland Park

25

symphony-manor.com

The Village at Carsins Run

64

carsinsrun.org

Tranquillity at Fredericktowne

93

tranquillity-frederick.com

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page

website (www.)/Email*

Capital City Nurses

148

capitalcitynurses.com

CareWell Companions, LLC

2,142

CareWellCompanions.com

Carroll Hospice & Home Care

131

carrollhospice.org

Celtic Healthcare

141

celtichealthcare.com

Chesapeake Home Care

143 chesapeakemedicalstaffing.com

ComForcare of Baltimore

145

nwbaltimore.comforcare.com

Comfort Keepers - Baltimore

149

comfortkeepers.com

Elizabeth Cooney Care Network Genesis SelectCare GRISWOLD SPECIAL CARE

5,130,152 elizabethcooneyagency.com 139

genesishcc.com

136,142

griswoldspecialcare.com

Help at Home Services

144

helpathomeservices.com

Home Instead Senior Care

150

homeinstead.com

Home With You Companion Care Homecall

146

HomeCare Works, Inc.

146

homewithyou.net lhcgroup.com

Ivory House Health Services

6

ivoryhouse.net

Maxim Healthcare Services

138

maximhealthcare.com

MedStar VNA

137

medstarhealthvna.org

Nurses Available

140

nursesavailable.com

Options for Senior America

129

optionscorp.com

Transitions Healthcare

transitionssyk.com

P-B Health

145

p-bhealth.com

Tudor Heights

84

seniorlifestyle.com

Personal Touch Homecare

135

pthomecare.com

Westminster House Apartments

74

westminsterhouseapts.org

Private Home Care

27

Williamsport Retirement Village

85

bgf.org

Professional Care, Inc.

153

professionalcareinc.com

Professional Healthcare Resources

132

professionalhealthcare.com

Woodholme Gardens

25,127

Woodlands Assisted Living, The

woodholmegardens.com woodlandsliving.org

Regent Health

regenthealth.com

Reliance Home Care

155

reliancehomecare.com

Home Care Agencies

Right At Home

133

rightathome.net

Specialty Care Services

154

specialtycareservices.com

AAA Warman Home Care, LLC

151

warmanhomecare.com

Absolute Companion Care

147

absolutecompanion.com

Stella Maris, Inc.

124, 160

Access Nursing Services, Inc

138

accessnursing.com

The Nurse Bank

147

nursebankofmd.com

Adonai Healthcare Services

149

Adonaihs.com

Visiting Angels

134

visitingangels.com

Ins. Bck.

amedisys.com

We Care Private Duty Services

141

wecarepds.com

Amedisys

At Home Care

athomecareinc.com

Adult Day Care

Bayada Nurses

148

bayada.com

Being There Senior Care, LLC

140

beingthereseniorcare.com

Active Day, Inc

159

Brightstar

150

brightstarhealthcare.com

Stella Maris, Inc.

124, 160

stellamarisinc.com

activeday.com stellamarisinc.com

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company

Being There Senior Care, LLC

140

beingthereseniorcare.com

Assisted Living Search Services

Visiting Angels - Pikesville

134

visitingangels.com

A Place 4 Seniors

page

website (www.)/Email*

9

aplace4seniors.com

company

Hospice

Care Management

Amedisys Hospice

122

amedisys.com

Carroll Hospice & Home Care

121

carrollhospice.org

Community Hospices of Maryland

120

communityhospices.org

Evercare Hospice

123

evercarehospice.com

Hospice of the Chesapeake

124

hospicechesapeake.org

Seasons Hospice

122

seasons.org

Stella Maris, Inc.

124

stellamarisinc.com

120

uchospice.org

Ferretto Eldercare Consulting, Inc

ferrettoeldercare.com

Ivory House Health Services RN Care Managers

6

ivoryhouse.net

Jill Rosner, RN, BSN, Rosner Healthcare Navigation

48

RosnerHealthcareNavigation.com

Regina M. Curran, MA Schaefer + Associates, LLC

reginamcurranma@verizon.net

47

Senior Solutions, LLC

schaeferassoc.com seniorsolutions-baltimore.com

of Upper Chesapeake Health

Legal Services/Elder Law

Caregiving Resources CMS - Ask Medicare

34

medicare.gov/caregivers

46

avondixon.com

Sherry Rush, Offit Kurman

42,46

offitkurman.com

Valorie Leeb, Offit Kurman

42,46

offitkurman.com

Daily Money Management 45

infodocinc.com

Diabetic Supplies Paradise Professional Pharmacy

86

yourcommunitypharmacy.com

Educational Programs in Gerontology Johns Hopkins UniversityCertificate on Aging

33

39

abrahambauer.com

Byrd & Byrd, LLC, Attorneys at Law

42

byrdandbyrd.com

Candace H. Beckett

42

chesapeake-elder-law.com

Frank, Frank, and Scherr, LLC

40

frankelderlaw.com

Hodes, Pessin & Katz, PA

40

hpklegal.com

Law Office of Lawrence Adashek, P.C.

InfoDoc, Inc.

Abraham & Bauer, LLC

Chesapeake Elder Law, LLC,

Certified Senior Advisors Sally E. McClellan- Avon-Dixon Agency

Senator Bob Hooper House

odyssey.jhu.edu/certificate-on-aging

Law Offices of Michael G. Day

41

michael@mikedaylaw.com

Law Offices of Mindy Felinton PC

39

FelintonElderLaw.com

Law Offices of Adam J. Roa

38

adamjroa.com

Law Offices of Valerie Rocco, P.C.

38

seniorsadviser.com

Law Office of Catherine Stavely

44

cestavely@verizon.net

Law Office of Nomiki B. Weitzel

44

nomikiw@aol.com

Offit Kurman: Rajiv Goel, Valorie Leeb

42

offitkurman.com

SinclairProsser Law, LLC

43

sinclairprosserlaw.com

Medical Supplies and Equipment

Elevators/Stairlifts/Wheelchair Lifts/Ramps

Paradise Professional Pharmacy

Stay at Home, Inc.

stayathome4life@aol.com

86

Memory Assesments, Support & Education

Errand Services, Care, Companions, Concierge

MedOptions

147

absolutecompanion.com

yourcommunitypharmacy.com

Absolute Companion Care

adasheklaw.com

125

medoptionsinc.com

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Moving Coordination, Downsizing, & Design Abilities Network

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Let’s Move

page

abilitiesnetwork.org

MedOptions

letsorganizellc.com

Senior Transitions , Inc.

29

seniortransitionsinc.com

Sue Millard, YWGC Realty

36

smillard@ywgcrealty.com

The Last Re-Sort! LLC

company

website (www.)/Email*

Psychological Services

thelastre-sort.com

125

medoptionsinc.com

Real Estate Services Shirley Matlock-RE/Max Advantage Realty 37

DreamHomesinMaryland.com

Sue Millard, YWGC Realty

36

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Tina Thompson, YWGC Realty

36

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Patient Advocate

Tina Thompson, YWGC Realty

36

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Jill Rosner, RN, BSN, Rosner

Senior Expos

Healthcare Navigation

48

RosnerHealthcareNavigation.com

Centrol, Inc.

centrol-inc.com

ccgovernment.carr.org/seniorgoexpo

Howard County Office on Aging 49 howardcountymd.gov/OA/50+expo.htm

86

yourcommunitypharmacy.com

Telephone Assistive Technology Maryland Relay

Professional Organizers InfoDoc, Inc.

7

50+ Expo

Pharmacy Services Paradise Professional Pharmacy

Carroll County Bureau of Aging Seniors on the Go Expo

Personal Emergency Response Systems

45

infodocinc.com

The Last Re-Sort! LLC

thelastre-sort.com

31

mdrelay.org

Telephone Helplines Catholic Charities - Answers for the Aging

30

catholiccharities-md.org

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