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There are 8 assisted living facilities in Hagerstown, MD and 13 assisted living facilities nearby. The average cost of assisted living in Hagerstown, MD is $5,045 per month.
Brookdale Hagerstown offers a variety of flexible senior care options and specialized memory care in a quiet residential area not far from downtown and Ditto Farms Regional Park.
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An engaging lifestyle designed around you is what seniors will discover when joining Diakon Senior Living – Hagerstown, one of the finest senior living communities in the region.
The median cost of assisted living in Hagerstown for a single-occupancy apartment is $5,045/month (Genworth - 2018). This monthly cost typically includes rent, utilities, dining, housekeeping and transportation.
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I visited the memory unit of Brookdale Hagerstown. I liked the way they treated their residents. I liked the facility itself physically. I liked the director. She was responsive and caring. She knew the residents as we walked through. The grounds were very pretty. It's close to the medical center, which was nice. They ...Read more Brookdale Hagerstown reviews
Brookdale Hagerstown was very good and clean. I liked the look of it. The facility was very nice and the little apartments were more than adequate. They provided privacy, and there was a little dog in there when we went in, so I was very touched by that. There were enough activities that were stimulating. The people we...Read more Brookdale Hagerstown reviews
I liked it a lot. It was very nice, clean, and professional. I enjoyed the tour. The staff was very helpful and informative. They called me a few times to check on my mother. The dining area was nice and clean. They had an exercise room, therapy, and a laundry facility to do your own laundry or they would assist you if...Read more Elmcroft of Hagerstown reviews
Hagerstown was founded in 1762 and is one of the fastest growing cities in Maryland and the U.S as a whole. It has a population of about 40,000 and serves as the gateway to Baltimore and Washington, D.C. as it sits at the crossroads of two major interstates: I-70 and I-81. As such, despite the city’s small-town feel, it is actually a center for transit and commerce – so much so that it’s nickname is the Hub City. The city has everything you need within walking distance, from thriving restaurants to recreational amenities to strong medical facilities, making assisted living in Hagerstown an enjoyable experience.
Residents of assisted living in Hagerstown are serviced by the Washington County of Commission on Aging (WCCOA), a multi-service center accessible to seniors age 55 and over. The center offers numerous free services, such as WiFi, The Herald Mail newspaper, and refreshments. Seniors can enroll in various classes such as Zumba, yoga, tai chi, crafting, painting, sewing, and chess at their convenience with others in the community. The Washington County Community Action Council has a Community Action Transit program to help the elderly and disabled with their transportation needs throughout Hagerstown and the Washington area. Seniors who need help with day-to-day services can take advantage of Diakon Senior Living Services, which offers meals on wheels, volunteer home care services, and educational programs to help seniors navigate the healthcare system.
Hagerstown assisted living seniors have plenty to do in this city. The Hagerstown Parks and Recreation department provides a list of outdoor activities for people to enjoy year-round. The City of Hagerstown has over 20 parks, each with its own unique flair. From the historic and quiet City Park to the family-friendly opportunities at Pangborn Park, to the active recreational activities at Fairgrounds Park, residents always have something to look forward to outdoors. The Washington County Museum of Fine Arts is a popular attraction, as its exhibits contain over 7,000 objects, paintings, and sculptures. History enthusiasts will love the Hagerstown Roundhouse Museum, which is dedicated to the preservation of the city’s railroad heritage and the men and women who made it possible. And for some performance arts shows, the Maryland Theatre is home to ballet shows, musicals, symphonies, and more.
Those considering assisted living in Hagerstown will be pleased to know that the city is home to a nationally recognized hospital. Meritus Health is the largest healthcare provider in the Washington County and its flagship facility offers state-of-the-art technology in a warm, caring facility. Services offered include the respected regional trauma center, a cardiac catheterization lab, the nationally-recognized Center for Joint Replacement, the John R. Marsh Cancer Center, and Center for Breast Health. There are also a number of walk-in clinics to service patients quickly, including the Community Free Clinic which offers free service for most issues.
All in all, Hagerstown is a friendly, inviting community, making it an ideal location for assisted living for your senior loved ones. For more information on senior living in Hagerstown, see our options for Hagerstown assisted living.
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