What are some of the benefits of senior living in Baltimore? There are many great Baltimore-area retirement communities, and nearly 15% of Maryland’s population are over 65. But what are some of the other reasons why Baltimore is a popular retirement choice? Keep reading to learn more, and to find out about our Baltimore-area retirement homes.
Our Baltimore Area Retirement Communities
Fairhaven in Sykesville, MD offers a lifestyle that allows you to pursue the things you love, with the people you most enjoy.
Much more than traditional Alzheimer's Support and Dementia care, Copper Ridge provides an innovative, long-term solution for neurocognitive support.
Buckingham's Choice is Frederick County's premier choice for senior living, offering magnificent mountain vistas, an expansive and manicured campus, and more!
Points of Interest and Local Landmarks for Seniors Living in the Baltimore Area
Browse the interactive map below to see amenities and attractions in Baltimore, as well as the locations of our Baltimore retirement homes.
- Amazing Restaurants and Museums: Baltimore is home to many great restaurants and museums.
- Outdoor Activities: While Baltimore has plenty to offer those who love the city, the surrounding area offers activities for outdoor enthusiasts – including boating, fishing, golfing, and more.
- Small-Town Feel: It may be a major city, but locals says Baltimore has a “small-town feel,” making it a very fun and friendly place to retire.
Get Peace of Mind When You Retire in Baltimore
Seniors living at our Baltimore area retirement communities get to take it easy knowing health care costs won’t increase as their level of need increases. See the video below for more information.
Acts Network of Retirement Communities
Our Baltimore retirement home residents can visit any Acts community throughout the United States. That includes communities in Florida, Georgia, New Jersey, and more! It’s just one of the perks of being an Acts resident.
Every Acts community has attained the senior industry’s mark of excellence, having been accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF), an independent accreditor of health and human services organizations.