We're not your typical retirement community. For instance, we have really great food. Just ask our residents. They enjoy catching up with friends over a delicious home-prepared meal with restaurant-style dining or treating guests in our neighborhood-style Bistro—all on the same campus. For more details and a sample menu, click here.
While our delectable dining experience fills the appetite, our extensive community lifestyle program fuels the mind, body and spirit. Unlike most retirement homes, our residents live beyond their apartments and become as involved as they choose within our campus, the city, region, even road trips to outside Maryland.
Residents and families typically begin their retirement community search looking for an easier, safer environment—what all retirement homes provide. But, they end up telling us they chose Country Meadows to get back to living life through our full array of social events, fitness, spiritual enrichment programs, recreational activities and lifelong learning.
Here, there's always something to do, for every level of care. And it's not just for residents. We invite families and friends to check our community calendars and join us at any time for a meal, activity or an event of their choice.
Check our calendars any day of the week and you'll find enrichment activities such as art classes, cooking demonstrations, music lessons, current events discussions, a lecture by a local professor or outings to favorite cultural haunts like the Brunswick Railroad Museum.
Physical activity helps keep seniors full of energy and life. With a dedicated fitness staff, we promote healthy lifestyles with individual and group programs from one-on-one training and interactive bowling, golf, tennis and other computer games to Arthritis Foundation's Tai Chi, walking clubs and strength-balance classes.
We welcome all religious and cultural backgrounds and embrace an inclusive interfaith approach to spiritual care. Our full-time chaplains conduct religious services, offer pastoral counseling and are available for residents' spiritual needs. In addition to providing opportunities for residents to attend worship services in the local community, we host on-campus interfaith religious services.
Our residents still have much to contribute, no matter their age or abilities. Whether giving of their experience, talents or time, they volunteer on campus or in the community and find many ways to share their lifetime of knowledge with others to help make life better for everyone.
Here, our residents are in good company. They delight in seeing familiar faces of old friends and welcome the chance to make new ones. Residents meet neighbors who enjoy the same pastimes, have the same taste in music or books, love the same activities and for many Maryland natives, share the same stories.
We'd love to discuss how you can continue your lifestyle at our retirement community. To experience life here, schedule a personalized tour any day of the week.