Commonwealth Senior Living at Bel Air
First Things First
If you are visiting our page, it is very likely that you and your family are faced with some decisions about the future that may not be easy, and we want you to know, first and foremost, that you are not alone.
We are honored that you are inviting us to help you navigate this journey. With almost 20 years of experience working with thousands of families, our team is uniquely prepared to provide the best guidance and support available to ensure your loved one receives the engaging lifestyle and peace of mind you all deserve.
Where do I start?
At Commonwealth Senior Living at Bel Air, our experienced, compassionate associates know how daunting it can be to begin searching for senior living.
Learn more about your options and decide the best fit for your care needs with this quick 4-5 minute survey powered by Roobrik.
All Assisted Living Is Not Created Equal
At Commonwealth Senior Living at Bel Air, our residents enjoy a warm, friendly community with delicious awarding-winning, Farm-to-Table dining and days filled with thoughtful and engaging programming and great friends. We encourage families to compare our community to other options in the area and offer a free guide, “Choosing the Right Assisted Living”. Simply fill out the form, and we will email it to you.
This guide covers:
- What most seniors are looking to find in a move to assisted living
- Tips for starting a search for an assisted living community
- Checklists for researching assisted living, finding the right fit for your family, touring communities and more
Memory Care That Feels Like Home
If you are caring for a loved one with memory loss, Alzheimer’s or another form of dementia – there comes a time when learning about support options is simply the right thing to do. Our complimentary guide, “10 Signs a Loved One May Need Memory Care” helps families learn the indicators of when the right time is to move a loved one into a more supportive environment.
In this guide, you will learn:
- What is normal age-related memory loss and what is not
- Emotional and physical risks for caregivers of those with dementia
- The benefits of residential support of Memory Care