Commonwealth Senior Living is proud to serve our residents and their families in Bel Air, Maryland. Our community is one of just three communities in the surrounding area which includes secured memory care residencies. Offering Assisted Living and Memory Care, both with two different floorplans, ensures our residents have support available should they need it […]
Up until the 1980s, seniors who could not live safely in their own home or with family had little access to institutional care. Since the 1980s, senior living has developed from adult care homes to a variety of vibrant lifestyles and progression of care options ranging between Independent Living, Assisted Living and Memory Care. We […]
When beginning to discuss making the move to senior living, almost all conversations involve the legal and financial issues families face. So, how much does senior living cost? The short answer is that costs can vary. The pricing is dependent on the amount of care an individual needs. For example, an Independent Living apartment rate […]
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Commonwealth Memory Care at Chesapeake is unique in that our team has received advanced dementia training as well as being certified dementia practitioners. This means our team is able to offer the most empathetic care and share this experience and knowledge with families so they’re able to better understand where their loved ones are, to […]
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Commonwealth Senior Living is proud to serve our residents and their families in Christiansburg, Virginia. Our community offers both Assisted Living with three different floorplan options, and Memory Care, with two different floorplan options, allowing our residents to age in place. This means that while an individual’s care needs may change, their home, hobbies, and […]
As we discussed previously, there are several signs that a loved one is not getting the support they deserve and starting that conversation is best when you’ve already researched options in the area. It’s best to start preparing a plan for the future you both would feel comfortable with now rather than being forced to […]
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