Always Caring - The Best Assisted Living For Seniors, Columbia, MD

Always Caring Assisted Living Group Homes For The Elderly

Affordable Geriatric Assisted Living Care and Residential Group Homes, Columbia, Maryland, MD. Serving  Ellicott City, Clarksville, Howard County, Montgomery County, Frederick County, Carol County, Anne Arundel County and Baltimore County, Maryland; as well as the greater Washington DC and Baltimore metropolitan region, including Virginia and Pennsylvania.  Assisted living care services include long term care, short term respite care, Alzheimer and dementia care, hospice care, nursing and rehab care for those elderly residents with chronic illness and disease or requiring professional geriatric care.


Affordable Web Sites by


home about testimonials locations resources site map services contact photos

Always Caring Assisted Living, Columbia, Howard County, Maryland.  For more information please call: 1-410-730-3838.  © 2000 to 2017 Copyright Always Caring assisted living. Full service assisted living homes caring for the elderly in Columbia, Howard County, Maryland. Offering affordable long term care, short term care, respite care, alzheimer and dementia care, hospice care, nursing and rehab care. Alzheimer's and Dementia Care Page update 5/16/17 .

assisted living  |  care services  |  long term  |  short term  |  respite  |  alzheimer's / dementia  |  hospice  |  nursing  |  activities

home    about    services    resources    photos    contact
Home ac....About ac.Services ac.Resources ac.Photos ac.Contact ac...

What is Dementia? The term dementia is used to describe those symptoms that occur when the brain is affected by specific diseases and conditions. These include Alzheimer's disease and sometimes as a result of a stroke.


Dementia is progressive, meaning the symptoms are chronic and will gradually get worse. How fast dementia progresses will depend on the individual. Each person is unique and will experience dementia in their own way.


Symptoms of Dementia:

• Loss of memory − for example, forgetting the way home from the shops, or being unable to remember names and places, or what happened earlier the same day.

• Mood changes − particularly as parts of the brain that control emotion are affected by disease. People with dementia may also feel sad, frightened or angry about what is happening to them.

• Communication problems − a decline in the ability to talk, read and write.


In the later stages of dementia, the person affected will have problems carrying out everyday tasks, and will become increasingly dependent on other people.


Residential Assisted Living Homes: There are several important ways Always Caring assisted living homes ensure your loved ones suffering from dementia or Alzheimer’s, receive the necessary care they deserve.


1. Our residential group homes tend to be far more affordable than nursing homes or other local care facilities.

2. Our residents enjoy a consistent home like setting which provides familiarity causing them to feel at greater ease and peace.

3. Our residents enjoy our home cooked nutritious meals and feel secure in the knowlege they receive consistent attention from our professional and caring staff.  

4. The families of our residents feel confident that their loved ones are receiving the best possible care and support.


To learn more about our affordable Dementia and Alzheimer’s residential assisted living homes in Columbia, Howard County, Maryland, please call or email Always Caring assisted living homes at 1-410-730-3838. Click for more information about our assisted living homes and our care services.



Dementia and Alzheimer’s Care

Alzheimer / Dementia

What is Dementia?

Symptoms Of Dementia

Residential Homes

Assisted Living Services

Assisted Living Care

next >
alzheimer's and dementia care assisted living homes