Ma Maison

9404 Belair Road Nottingham MD 21236

866-465-5993

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Summary of Ma Maison located in Nottingham, Maryland

At Ma Maison, we provide a plethora of community features.

Indoor Common Areas

Our community is secured to ensure our residents are protected. Ground floor units are available.

Premium Services at Ma Maison

Medical Care Services

In addition to other transfer services, our community provides 1-person assisted transfers. Our residents can schedule reminders and exceptions for both medications and care activities. We can administer a sliding scale program to monitor insulin levels via glucose tests, and adjust medications based on the results. Services include incontinence care for bladder-related and bowel-related symptoms. Healthcare services include colostomy care.

Community information at Ma Maison

Community Certifications

Our community is licensed for 11 residents. We accept residents from the age of 74 and above.

Pricing at Ma Maison

Room Type
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Private
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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 Ma Maison

3.8 of 5 Average rating
16 Reviews
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(9) A Place For Mom
(7) SeniorAdvisor.com
  • Staff was friendly. We did not like the location or the layout of the house.

    Review originally written on A Place For Mom

    Staff was friendly. We did not like the location or the layout of the house.

  • THE BEST MOVE FOR MY WIFE

    I toured large and small facilities for my wife [name removed] and ended up initially, going with a large facility because I knew that my sister-in-law would not be happy if her sister, my wife, did not have all the "bells and whistles". My wife and her sister have always been close and I wanted to respect her wishes. [Name removed] spent 4 months in that facility and was lost the entire time. I had to go in each day to make sure that she did not miss meals or showers, and ended up hiring a helper to assist. Like most people in that facility, she spent 99% of her day in her room, by herself. The extra help took our monthly cost to over $8,000 per month. During this time, [name removed] had multiple hospitalization, due to undiagnosed uti's. I could always tell when [name removed] was acting different and brought this to the attention of the nurse in the facility, but no action was ever taken until it was too late and after she was hospitalized. After the third month my wife was moved to "the dementia care unit" and increased by an additional $2,000. I was assured that they would be able to keep a closer eye on [name removed] in this unit and she would be able to have regular visits with the "house doctor", that would assist with preventable hospitalizations . This move took an immediate toll on [name removed], she was around a lot of people who needed a lot of help, and not enough staff to help all with the intensive care they all required. My sister in-law no longer visited because of the depressing environment [name removed] was in and I dreaded going not knowing what I would be walking into on each visit. I moved [name removed] out and she has been in Ma Maison for the past 6 months, she began to bounce back almost immediately. My Sister in-law could see a change and started to visit again. When [name removed] was with me, her sister would bring her special "upside down pineapple cake" to our house because that was [name removed]'s favorite, but she had stopped doing this since the first move. Yesterday when I visited, I found my sister in-law sitting in the common area with [name removed] and other residents giving out her "special treat" to everyone. I found that we no longer visit to take care of [name removed] in her room or to make sure she is dressed and clean. We are now having a social visit without any concerns about her care. The owner or manager usually know before I do, if she is starting to act "different" and tell me the house doctor's recommended course of treatment, keeping her from going back and forth to the hospital. On my visits, I can see that the staff has taken a personal interest in [name removed] and SHE IS THRIVING. The move probably helped me and my sister in-law as much as [name removed]. I was depressed and didn't know how things would end for [name removed]. My attitude has changed. On my last visit to my doctor my BP was down and according to my doctor, my stress level was visibly down. If only I had started with MA MAISON last year, I think I would not have had to suffer all those months of anguish.

    Review originally written on A Place For Mom

    THE BEST MOVE FOR MY WIFE

    I toured large and small facilities for my wife [name removed] and ended up initially, going with a large facility because I knew that my sister-in-law would not be happy if her sister, my wife, did not have all the "bells and whistles". My wife and her sister have always been close and I wanted to respect her wishes. [Name removed] spent 4 months in that facility and was lost the entire time. I had to go in each day to make sure that she did not miss meals or showers, and ended up hiring a helper to assist. Like most people in that facility, she spent 99% of her day in her room, by herself. The extra help took our monthly cost to over $8,000 per month. During this time, [name removed] had multiple hospitalization, due to undiagnosed uti's. I could always tell when [name removed] was acting different and brought this to the attention of the nurse in the facility, but no action was ever taken until it was too late and after she was hospitalized. After the third month my wife was moved to "the dementia care unit" and increased by an additional $2,000. I was assured that they would be able to keep a closer eye on [name removed] in this unit and she would be able to have regular visits with the "house doctor", that would assist with preventable hospitalizations . This move took an immediate toll on [name removed], she was around a lot of people who needed a lot of help, and not enough staff to help all with the intensive care they all required. My sister in-law no longer visited because of the depressing environment [name removed] was in and I dreaded going not knowing what I would be walking into on each visit. I moved [name removed] out and she has been in Ma Maison for the past 6 months, she began to bounce back almost immediately. My Sister in-law could see a change and started to visit again. When [name removed] was with me, her sister would bring her special "upside down pineapple cake" to our house because that was [name removed]'s favorite, but she had stopped doing this since the first move. Yesterday when I visited, I found my sister in-law sitting in the common area with [name removed] and other residents giving out her "special treat" to everyone. I found that we no longer visit to take care of [name removed] in her room or to make sure she is dressed and clean. We are now having a social visit without any concerns about her care. The owner or manager usually know before I do, if she is starting to act "different" and tell me the house doctor's recommended course of treatment, keeping her from going back and forth to the hospital. On my visits, I can see that the staff has taken a personal interest in [name removed] and SHE IS THRIVING. The move probably helped me and my sister in-law as much as [name removed]. I was depressed and didn't know how things would end for [name removed]. My attitude has changed. On my last visit to my doctor my BP was down and according to my doctor, my stress level was visibly down. If only I had started with MA MAISON last year, I think I would not have had to suffer all those months of anguish.

  • Ma Maison was a blessing

    When we learned my brother [name removed] was suffering from dementia, we struggled with the idea of where he could live and be cared for by people who would treat him with love and dignity. We visited several facilities prior, but when we visited Ma Maison, we realized we need not search any longer. The owners were present and fully engaged. The staff also responded with similar care and attention to the needs of the residents. [Name removed] lived for 4 months at Ma Maison, and we thank God he had the gift of being there for his last months of life. [Name removed] was genuinely happy, well cared for, and loved. The owner even came to visit Joe in the hospital, as he truly cared for [name removed] and his well-being. We recommend this facility without any reservation. Thank you [name removed], [name removed] and staff, In appreciation, [Name removed] and [name removed]

    Review originally written on A Place For Mom

    Ma Maison was a blessing

    When we learned my brother [name removed] was suffering from dementia, we struggled with the idea of where he could live and be cared for by people who would treat him with love and dignity. We visited several facilities prior, but when we visited Ma Maison, we realized we need not search any longer. The owners were present and fully engaged. The staff also responded with similar care and attention to the needs of the residents. [Name removed] lived for 4 months at Ma Maison, and we thank God he had the gift of being there for his last months of life. [Name removed] was genuinely happy, well cared for, and loved. The owner even came to visit Joe in the hospital, as he truly cared for [name removed] and his well-being. We recommend this facility without any reservation. Thank you [name removed], [name removed] and staff, In appreciation, [Name removed] and [name removed]

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