Symphony Manor of Roland Park, Baltimore MD
At the Symphony Manor Assisted Living community in Baltimore, MD, senior living is about more than long-term care. The community believes retirement should be an adventure full of exciting opportunities, close friendships, and relaxation. They foster this belief with a wide variety of exceptional wellness programs and amenities to help residents stay active and pursue their individuality.
Symphony Manor’s wellness programs and amenities include social events, creative opportunities, and lectures. To help residents plan their schedule, the community posts an events calendar monthly on their website, offering an ever-changing selection of events for residents to try. Common social activities and wellness programs include:
- Arts and crafts sessions
- Guest speakers and free classes
- Group outings with other members of the community
- Fitness classes, like yoga
- Pet therapy
- Musical performances
In addition, Symphony Manor’s communal meals are an outstanding chance for residents to mingle with one another, share stories about their day, and establish lasting friendships. Residents gather in the on-site dining room to enjoy nutritious, home-style meals in the on-site restaurant for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. The kitchen staff prepares different meals every day, including timeless recipes like buttermilk pancakes with maple syrup, chunky chicken noodle soup, and crispy fried chicken. If a person eats vegetarian, kosher, or has food allergies, the staff are happy to prepare meal substitutions to accommodate their special dietary needs. Additionally, the staff can deliver meals to a person’s room if necessary, or give them support as they walk to the dining room.
If a person wants to prepare their own meals, they can do so in their apartment’s kitchenette. Each unit comes with a full-sized refrigerator, counter space, and cabinets for residents to store food and cook. In addition, each apartment comes with:
- Private bathrooms
- Emergency call systems (enabling around-the-clock care)
- Large windows with stunning views
- Cable television
- Internet hookups
- Closet space
Incoming residents can choose from one and two-bedroom apartments, according to their needs and budget. They may live alone, with their spouse, or with a roommate, and each unit is allowed one small animal that meets the community’s pet requirements. To learn more about the pet requirements, use the link above to make an inquiry.
The community’s long-term care programs are extensive, offering a wide range of personal care services for people who need help with their daily activities. Using a person-centered approach to care, the community creates individualized care plans for each resident, identifying which daily activities they need the most help with. Symphony Manor’s personal care services include (but are not limited to):
- Medication management
- Assistance with daily activities
- Laundry and linen services
- Transportation to and from medical appointments
Memory care services are also available, for people who have memory impairments or Alzheimer's disease.
To learn more about Symphony Manor, use the links above to make an inquiry or schedule a tour. Seeing the community in person is the best way to understand everything it has to offer, and the staff is happy to explain what sets Symphony Manor apart from other assisted living facilities and memory care communities in Baltimore. All guests are welcome to a complimentary lunch during their trip, giving them a closer look at what it means to be a member of Symphony Manor’s assisted living community. For more information, read the frequently asked questions (FAQ) below.
Frequently Asked Questions
Q: How do I know if Symphony Manor Assisted Living is right for me?
Each person is different, and it is important for everyone to choose a senior living community that best suits them. Symphony Manor’s personal care services are ideal for people who need a mild to moderate amount of help with their daily activities, such as eating, dressing, or maintain their personal hygiene. The community older adults help o with a wide spectrum of care needs, giving them peace of mind about their retirement.
However, like many assisted living facilities and independent living communities, Symphony Manor is not licensed to provide ongoing skilled nursing care to anyone with chronic illness or injury. The community’s residential care programs are not an alternative to skilled nursing care, and their staff is not equipped to help people who have daily health care needs.
Additionally, the community is not equipped to help people who are permanently confined to their beds. Non-ambulatory individuals may find it challenging to be an active member of an assisted living community and may not be well-suited to Symphony Manor.
To learn more about life at Symphony Manor, their services, and their admission requirements, use the links above to make an inquiry or schedule a tour.
Q: How do I know if Symphony Manor’s In the Moment memory care program is right for me or my loved one?
Living with Alzheimer's and dementia can be challenging. It is crucial for people with memory loss to receive the right care so they can have a happy, healthy retirement. Symphony Manor’s In the Moment program makes living with Alzheimer's easier for residents, thanks to their exceptional memory care services, individualized care plans, and compassionate staff.
The staff work one-on-one with memory care residents to understand their needs, their concerns, and their preferences. By using structured activities designed to stimulate the brain, the caregivers engage with residents and keep their minds active so they can better cope with their symptoms. They are equipped to help people with mild to severe memory loss, including late-stage Alzheimer's disease. However, their Alzheimer's care services are strictly non-medical and people who need skilled nursing' care may not be a good fit for the In the Moment program.
To learn more about Symphony Manor’s exceptional memory care community and their Alzheimer's care services, use the links above to make an inquiry or schedule a tour.
Q: Does Symphony Manor offer short-term services for people who typically receive in-home care?
Yes! Symphony Manor offers respite care for people who need temporary caregivers while theirs is away. Respite care residents can stay for up to 30 consecutive days as part of the program. To learn more, use the link above to make an inquiry.
Q: How much does Symphony Manor cost?
Symphony Manor does not charge residents a monthly flat rate for their room and services. Instead, they charge a base monthly rental fee that includes each person’s room and board, meals, and housekeeping, then they add fees for every additional service a person needs. Base monthly rent prices depend on a person’s chosen floor plan and their level of care.
To get a personalized price quote from Symphony Manor, use the “Get Pricing” link above.
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