Working at Arbor Terrace Waugh Chapel is like being with family. The staff and residents become close. So close that coworkers become bridesmaids and residents become wedding guests.
Arbor Terrace Waugh Chapel is honored to be selected as a Best Memory Care Community by MemoryCare.com, recognizing excellence in memory care based on research, reviews, and several key performance indicators.
Community News Arbor Terrace Waugh Chapel Celebrates Cinco de Mayo
Residents and staff kicked off May by celebrating Cinco de Mayo. Of course, a fiesta wouldn't be complete without tacos and a mariachi band.
Community News Arbor Terrace Waugh Chapel Named Best Senior Living Community by U.S. News & World Report
We are proud to be recognized as Best Memory Care & Best Assisted Living by U.S. News & World Report. We survey our residents and families on various aspects of senior living and care that matter most, asking them to rate their experience with the kindness of staff, variety of activities, quality of food, and so much more.
Senior Living Options Infographic: Senior Living Options in Gambrills, MD
When it comes to senior living, the options can seem endless. We created this chart to help you understand the different levels of care, and identify which best fits your or your loved one's needs.
Dementia & Alzheimer's Disease 4 Dementia Resources in Central Maryland
In 2018, 110,000 Maryland residents had dementia. This number is projected to increase over the next decade as Baby Boomers age. More than 294,000 Maryland caregivers provided 334,000,000 hours of unpaid care in 2017. Caregiving can be exhausting, rewarding, and sometimes both at the same time. With the right resources, caregiving can feel less overwhelming. Here are the best dementia resources in central Maryland.
Memory care, memory care community 6 Ways to Stay Connected at a Memory Care Community
Moving a loved one to a memory care community can be a tough transition for families to make, but it can be even harder on the senior who has to leave their home and maybe even longtime friends and neighbors. Feelings of loneliness and isolation can be especially hard on older adults.
Senior living, Assisted living Debunking 5 Myths About Assisted Living Communities in Maryland
If you haven’t visited a high-quality assisted living community lately, chances are good you think assisted living is a place few people want to be. You might view assisted living as a boring place for boring people, or as a home of last resort for people who can no longer live at home.
Senior living, Assisted living Here’s What You Need to Know About Assisted Living Near Annapolis, MD
With 21 percent of the Annapolis, Maryland, population aged 60 or older, there are myriad opportunities for seniors to find new friends and activities. Trouble with driving, physical challenges, cognitive decline, and financial strain can all make it difficult to take advantage of the kind of retirement this great city offers. Transitioning to assisted living makes it easier to get the help you need while enjoying a more engaged and active life. Here’s what you need to know about assisted living near Annapolis, Maryland.
Dementia can feel like a thief that breaks into your loved one’s brain, slowly and steadily stealing their memories, identity, and even, in some cases, their ability to speak. Nearly 6 million Americans have Alzheimer’s disease. Dementia is a leading cause of death and disability, with more than 16 million Americans providing unpaid care to a loved one with dementia. Dementia can be exhausting and demoralizing, but it does not have to steal your family’s joy or your loved one’s sense of purpose and meaning. Dementia care in Baltimore, Maryland, keeps your loved one safe, offers an array of activities, and allows you to transition out of caregiving.