Not Your Ordinary Facility

Many of our residents come to live with us after they are told during a hospital stay that returning to their own home is not safe for their overall health and wellbeing and they need to go to a “rehab” and then to an assisted living.

When used in this way, ‘rehab’ generally refers to a separate facility that provides an intense level of services designed to get your loved one back toward the level of function they had prior to going to the hospital. These services may include physical therapy, occupational therapy, and speech/language therapy, as well as medical care. Frequently, individuals are transferred directly from the hospital to an Inpatient Rehabilitation Facility ‘rehab’, prior to their eventual move to Bel Air Assisted Living.

In some cases, however, coming directly to Bel Air Assisted Living may be a more comfortable choice. Depending on an individual’s level of rehabilitation need, and their ability to participate in intensive rehabilitation services, Bel Air Assisted Living may provide an alternative option. We encourage families to talk to the hospital discharge coordinators and hospital physical and occupational therapy staff to see if receiving rehabilitation services at Bel Air Assisted Living may be the right fit for their loved one.

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You maybe wondering why would I have physical therapy and other rehabilitation services at Bel Air Assisted Living following a hospital stay, rather than go to an Inpatient Rehabilitation Facility?

Frequently Asked Questions

Our caregivers and medical team are up to date with all CDC and Maryland Department of Health rules and guidelines. We prioritize health and safety, and are happy to answer any questions about our protocols.
Twice a year, the assisted living manager and delegating nurse lead a full review of each resident’s personalized service plan. Our entire medical staff participates in the review. Additionally, if at any time the resident’s mental, physical, emotional, or social needs change, the personalized service plan may be placed under voluntary review. For example, a service plan review typically occurs after hospitalization or when a new diagnosis is delivered. Whenever the personalized service plan is updated, our entire staff is briefed on the change and trained to accommodate it.
Home health agencies are hired to meet specific needs including physical therapy, occupational therapy, speech therapy, wound care, hospice care, podiatry services, mobile x-ray services, and lab work. In addition, our registered nurse and house doctor are on call 24 hours a day. For a full list of amenities, please see our Amenities page.

Service Areas

Our Luxury Senior Living Facility is conveniently located within 30 minutes of the following locations

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