Baltimore Senior Living

Average Cost: $4,500

Reviews of Baltimore Senior Living Options

Peregrine Senior Living at Tudor Heights

Review by Ellen wife

Consumer

Tudor Heights is a wonderful facility. It is very clean and neat. The Kosher food is very good with a number of choices daily. The staff is kind and caring and always willing to listen to a family member. There are activities all day long for my husband to participate in. He is happy and thriving at Tudor Heights.

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Lamplight of Baltimore

Review by Sharon

Consumer

Lamplight of Baltimore is a nice and good place. My brother enjoys them. They make friends, play games, and go out. My brother says the food is OK. The dining room has tables and chairs, and a buffet. My brother has the room to himself.

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Phoenix Rising Assisted Living

Review by Burned past resident

Consumer

I wasn't expecting much for only $2,000 per month but a few nice employees hardly make up much for the sour ones. The meals were meager but sometimes good. The residents are nice and easy going. The place is clean. My only great complaint is that I was cheated out of $3,000...

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Keswick Multi-care Center

Review by Diane

Consumer

We've placed my father at Keswick Multi-Care Center. It's only been a few days. They're wonderful and very accommodating. It's a very nice facility and it's spotless. They prepare the meals, but you can dine for breakfast and lunch.

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