Commonwealth Senior Living at Cockeysville

10881 York Road Cockeysville MD 21030

866-465-5993

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Commonwealth Senior Living at Cockeysville

Senior Living in Cockeysville, MD
At Commonwealth Senior Living at Cockeysville, the promise we make to our residents and their families is the same commitment we make to ourselves: “We Listen, We Love, We Care, We Serve.” With these guiding principles, we keep our focus on those we assist with the utmost respect and appreciation.
Located on a hillside in Cockeysville, MD, only 17 miles from Baltimore, we’re known for our individualized care. Our stand-alone cottages, one for our memory care and one for assisted living, are purposely designed to feel intimate and familiar. Our all-season sun porches at the front doors will always welcome you home.

24-Hour Support
Life is so much easier when you know someone is available if needed — 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Whether it’s help with the daily activities of dressing, showering or managing your medication, you can rest assured that we’re here. We respect your space and value the importance of privacy, yet you’ll always know you’re never alone if you need help.
Subhead: A Vibrant, Engaging Lifestyle
Our team is available to help you engage in your best life possible. Staying active won’t be a challenge as we offer exercise classes, health and wellness opportunities, lifelong learning programs and a chance to pursue your musical or artistic talents. Right outside your door you’ll find beautiful outdoor courtyards, where our thriving vegetable gardens are maintained by our residents.
Along with our personalized care, we offer chef prepared meals, social and recreational programs and all the maintenance done for you, so you can instantly check any household chore off your list.

Convenient Location
Only 50 miles from Annapolis and 60 miles to Washington, D.C., we’re also close to excellent medical care at three regional hospitals, including GBMC at Hunt Valley, Sheppard Pratt Health System and St. Joseph Medical Center.
We’re located between the Loch Raven Reservoir and the Oregon Ridge Park, both of which offer beautiful scenery as well as walking and biking trails. The reservoir is known for its great wildlife observation viewpoints, while Oregon Ridge Park includes the Oregon Ridge Nature Center.
We hope you’ll discover all that Commonwealth Senior Living at Cockeysville has to offer. Please call to schedule your personal tour today!

Pricing at Commonwealth Senior Living at Cockeysville

Room Type
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Studio
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1 Bedroom
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Semi-Private
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*Prices quoted are monthly rental charges and are provided by the communities themselves. Actual prices may differ due to one-time fees, timing and care services required. Speak with your Senior Living Advisor to learn more.

Reviews of Commonwealth Senior Living at Cockeysville

3 of 5 Average rating
33 Reviews
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(19) A Place For Mom
(14) SeniorAdvisor.com
  • Check Everything

    Ask to see the “barbershop” and “beauty salon”, to attend the “devotional services” and “fitness classes”, and to see the “kitchenette”. Sit on the patios and porches, as well as the “comfortable lounges”.

    Review originally written on A Place For Mom

    Check Everything

    Ask to see the “barbershop” and “beauty salon”, to attend the “devotional services” and “fitness classes”, and to see the “kitchenette”. Sit on the patios and porches, as well as the “comfortable lounges”.

  • “Believe none of what you hear and only half of what you see”

    -Most “care managers” are paid minimum wage and have no more training to care for people than a fast food restaurant cashier. (There’s a reason they are called “care managers” instead of CNAs, and it’s because they are not certified.) -Understaffing is “hidden” by counting one person as two positions...if a care manager takes a weekend class to be a “medical technician”, then the claim can be made that there are is a “caregiver and a med tech” in the building, but it’s really one person doing two jobs, which means less care and attention for people. -Most people are doing two jobs; As of October 2018, the Designating Nurse is also the Health Care Coordinator, The Executive Director is also the Resident Care Coordinator, the Sales Director is also the Program Coordinator. There is no maintenance person and only one part-time housekeeper, so....with most people doing two jobs, does that mean most jobs are only half-done?

    Review originally written on A Place For Mom

    “Believe none of what you hear and only half of what you see”

    -Most “care managers” are paid minimum wage and have no more training to care for people than a fast food restaurant cashier. (There’s a reason they are called “care managers” instead of CNAs, and it’s because they are not certified.) -Understaffing is “hidden” by counting one person as two positions...if a care manager takes a weekend class to be a “medical technician”, then the claim can be made that there are is a “caregiver and a med tech” in the building, but it’s really one person doing two jobs, which means less care and attention for people. -Most people are doing two jobs; As of October 2018, the Designating Nurse is also the Health Care Coordinator, The Executive Director is also the Resident Care Coordinator, the Sales Director is also the Program Coordinator. There is no maintenance person and only one part-time housekeeper, so....with most people doing two jobs, does that mean most jobs are only half-done?

  • Don’t. Be. Fooled.

    Ask to observe or participate in the “fitness classes” advertised. Ask the residents if they are allowed in the “kitchenette” to cook or bake. Ask to see the “beauty/barbershop”. Ask to meet the “management staff” listed in the current newsletter.

    Review originally written on A Place For Mom

    Don’t. Be. Fooled.

    Ask to observe or participate in the “fitness classes” advertised. Ask the residents if they are allowed in the “kitchenette” to cook or bake. Ask to see the “beauty/barbershop”. Ask to meet the “management staff” listed in the current newsletter.

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Community Details at Commonwealth Senior Living at Cockeysville

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    • Commonwealth Senior Living at Cockeysville Amenities

      • Activities Onsite
      • Indoor Common Areas
      • Outdoor Common Areas
      • Devotional Services Onsite
      • Activities Offsite
      • Meals Provided
      • Beautician Onsite

    Senior Housing Types Provided at Commonwealth Senior Living at Cockeysville

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      • Assisted Living
      • Memory Care
      • Nursing Home
      • Care Homes
      • Independent Living
      • Home Care
      • Senior Apartments