Bel Air Assisted Living is here to help. As leading Alzheimer’s Disease and Dementia caregivers in Harford County, Maryland, we are very proud to provide evidence-based treatment options to families like yours. Our trained and certified staff brings decades of experience in Dementia, Alzheimer’s Disease, Parkinson’s dementia, frontotemporal dementia, semantic dementia, vascular dementia, and dementia with Lewy bodies. The Bel Air Assisted Living facility is trusted by doctors and families in Greater Baltimore to care for neurological degenerative disorders.
Private En-Suite Rooms
Each resident has their own carpeted private room with an en-suite bathroom, and everyone’s room is the same size, with the same amenities. There’s wiring for cable TV, internet, and phone and a call button in the bathroom and by the bed. The light in the bathroom is automatic and there’s a heat lamp in the handicap accessible shower. Caregivers can assist with all tasks such as grooming, toileting, and bathing.
We Make Every Day Meaningful
Every day, we oversee structured activities such as a scrapbook club, light exercise, a beauty salon, wreath decorating, and devotional services. Memory care residents aren’t separated from the rest of the group, as we’ve found that the interactions between people with memory issues and those without can be profoundly fulfilling for both. Individuals with dementia benefit from support and guidance from peers, while those without memory issues get a sense of pride from helping out.
With three caregivers dedicated to taking care of just 16 residents at peak times, every resident gets the support and attention they deserve.
In Maryland, there are three levels of senior care: levels 1, 2, and 3. You and your loved one will fill out an assessment that standardized for all facilities in the state to determine which level of care is appropriate. One of the best things about Bel Air Assisted Living is that we offer flat, all-inclusive rates for each level of care.
As such, you won’t face any additional fees for the room, care, food, or medication management. “While we don’t accept Medicaid, we can help residents and families fill out documentation to submit to long-term insurance plans for reimbursement of some or all of the monthly fee, according to the terms of the policy.