Annapolitan Assisted Living

Annapolitan Assisted Living

84 Old Mill Bottom Rd N

Annapolis, Maryland, 21409

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Annapolitan Assisted Living

Amenties

  • On-Site Medical Staff
  • Housekeeping
  • Social Activities (Happy Hour, Wine Tasting, Dances, Karaoke)
  • Professional Chef
  • Laundry Service / Drycleaning
  • Pet Friendly
  • Dietary Accommodations (Gluten-Free, Low / No Sodium, No Sugar, Vegan)
  • 24-Hour Staff
  • Outdoor Patio
  • Transportation Services
  • Medication Management
  • Private Rooms
  • Walking Paths
  • Security
  • Fitness Center
  • Gathering / Activity Spaces

Living Types

  • Senior Living
  • Nursing Home
  • Respite / Short-Term Care
  • Assisted Living
  • Memory Care
  • At-Home Care

Description

Annapolitan Assisted Living

We Are Welcoming New Residents

We are welcoming new residents in our assisted living and memory care assisted living neighborhoods.

Please come join us for a tour of The Annapolitan Assisted Living. You’ll get a feel for our unique community, meet our friendly staff and residents, and talk one-on-one with a professional who can answer all of your questions about senior living and senior housing options.

We are taking a pragmatic and sensitive approach to tours at this time. In-person tours are available for those who meet our safety parameters, including proof of a negative test regardless of vaccination status. Tours will be conducted with all appropriate precautions. Please contact us for more information.

Please call ahead to arrange a tour: (410) 757-7000. The Annapolitan is unique in that we do not employ a marketing director. We feel that these resources are best invested for the benefit of our residents’ experience, as the majority of families find us because of our excellent reputation in the community. We can accommodate planned tours with our executive director or a manager throughout the day, including early mornings, evenings, and weekends. By calling ahead for an appointment, we can be sure to plan enough time for you to feel confident that all of your questions and concerns have been addressed.

Assisted Living/Senior Living

Assisted living communities (also called “senior living”) are residences where seniors receive help with tasks of daily living, such as bathing, dressing, and medication management. Assisted living communities provide meals, housekeeping, and entertainment, with care staff available 24 hours a day. See our full list of services here.

This is the most practical choice for seniors who have difficulty managing at home alone, but do not require skilled nursing care.

In assisted living, seniors may have their own apartment with a private bathroom, or share a bathroom with another resident.

Assisted living is the best choice for seniors who need support with daily tasks, help managing medications and medical care, but do not require skilled nursing care.

Here are a few examples of the difference in services between assisted living and skilled nursing care. These are examples of services that are typical of many assisted living residents or skilled nursing residents. This is to serve as a guide only. Placement is based on a thorough evaluation by a nurse or physician.

Assisted Living

•    Assistance with activities of daily living, such as bathing, dressing, grooming, and using the restroom.
•    Assistance with managing medications.
•    Blood pressure monitoring.
•    Continence care.
•    Reminders about daily activities.

Skilled Nursing

•    Use of a feeding tube.
•    Intravenous medications.
•    Stage III and Stage IV wound care.
•    Need for a hoyer lift.
•    Psychiatric outbursts that require physical intervention.

Memory Care

Memory care refers to residences specifically designed for seniors with significant memory impairment, such as Alzheimer’s Disease. Memory care residences are secure environments with programs specially designed to maximize independence for those with memory loss.

Skilled Nursing

Skilled nursing (nursing homes) are residences for seniors who require acute medical intervention and assistance, such as regular intravenous injections or ongoing Stage III and IV wound care.

Home Care

Home care refers to assistance brought into a private home. Home care staff may be care aides or nurses, depending on the client’s need. Home care is typically provided by agencies charging an hourly rate. Home care is often considered a short-term or temporary option before around-the-clock support becomes necessary.

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