Rolling Meadows

303 North Rolling Road Catonsville MD 21228

866-465-5993

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Assisted Living Management was founded in 1999 and currently owns and operates six turn-of-the-century homes focused on enhancing the quality of life for all seniors. Each home is licensed for 15 residents and has been designed specifically for seniors. A place that gives residents control over their lives, encourages choices and independence. Our residents enjoy an active lifestyle and benefit from the comforts of a real home. Life enrichment programs include wellness, a variety of activities, socialization and personalized care services.

We are especially proud of our professional staff that is warm, caring and knowledgeable. Assisted Living Management is different for everyone because everyone's different. We realize each of our residents have varying needs with daily living skills. Therefore, the individual's routines, interests and capabilities are respected as we strive to help residents maintain control and independence in their lives by providing just the right level of personal care and support. We provide residents with managed care for optimum physical, emotional and spiritual health all experienced in a comforting home environment.

We are dedicated to exceeding families' expectations and to giving residents along with their families a trusted partner in providing the quality of life they seek for their loved one. We are proud of our reputation in the communities we serve and want to make our home YOURS.

Pricing at Rolling Meadows

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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 Rolling Meadows

3.4 of 5 Average rating
9 Reviews
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(5) A Place For Mom
(4) SeniorAdvisor.com
  • Moms found a true home

    We looked at about 25+ facilities. One of the things that I liked about Rolling Meadows was there was a gentleman here playing hangman with the residents and they were alert and interacting with him. I wanted her in a place where she is healthy and happy and this was the place. My mom is truly Rolling Meadows that you could not pick a better facility. She LOVES the food here and is eating which she was not doing before. I do wish they had more activities during COVID, they didn't have a computer or tablet for which the families could still see their loved ones during the shut down. I love the way they let the the families interact with the house before COVID. For holidays families were able to come in and help decorate the houses and do activities with the residents. The manger Corey is willing to work with everyone and make everyone happy. I would absolutely recommend this facility and already have to a couple of people.

    Review originally written on A Place For Mom

    Moms found a true home

    We looked at about 25+ facilities. One of the things that I liked about Rolling Meadows was there was a gentleman here playing hangman with the residents and they were alert and interacting with him. I wanted her in a place where she is healthy and happy and this was the place. My mom is truly Rolling Meadows that you could not pick a better facility. She LOVES the food here and is eating which she was not doing before. I do wish they had more activities during COVID, they didn't have a computer or tablet for which the families could still see their loved ones during the shut down. I love the way they let the the families interact with the house before COVID. For holidays families were able to come in and help decorate the houses and do activities with the residents. The manger Corey is willing to work with everyone and make everyone happy. I would absolutely recommend this facility and already have to a couple of people.

  • Not the home for loved ones with Dementia

    Rolling Meadows Assisted living is not the facility for those who need assistance with their loved one if they are at any stage of dementia. I don't believe 1 star should be an option. Its not the physical aesthetics that gives this home and my review such a low score but its the staff who are not properly trained to care for dementia loved ones and their "President" [name removed]. My interactions with staff started okay but within 6 months of arrival to Rolling Meadows the signs were starting to show from improper dispensing of medicine that my mothers doctor continuously corrected by phone to them, the night staff yelling at me on an occasion to get off the phone while I was talking to my mother, to the "President" sending long and rude text messages yelling at me, to me being alerted and subsequently warned by the hospital that my mother wasn't being properly cared for in their care after she fainted when it was discovered she was not being changed ("changing her adult underwear") and could lead to infection. In terms of the activities they had weekly bingo and other games, but they didn't take residents out for any air. They mostly sit around and watch tv. Toiletries if you purchase them monthly from the home are double the price (ie. Incontient products) of which I wasn't told this was my responsibility until 4 months into my mothers stay there. The warning signs became clear after my mother became sick and I raced down from out of state only to get calls from staff to pick up basic supplies of which they didn't have. I was forced to move my mother out after Rolling Meadows refused to give her immediate emergency care with staff informing me they called an ambulance for her days prior so she should be fine. When I continued to voice my concerns of her having a stroke they were ignored under their care. My mother ultimately had 4 strokes in that week, with staff ignoring the signs each day until I called an ambulance myself to take her to the hospital. I asked staff and [name removed] to call for immediate medical assistance and my pleas were ignored. My experience with this home is though aesthetically the victorian home is nice and for physical purposes the home is clean, the staffs inability to care for our loved ones and the trust that we place in a home and others to do what they say they can do professionally lacks in every category. More importantly, we as caregivers are paying for homes like Rolling Meadows to care for our loved ones. In this case Rolling Meadows failed terribly. My suggestion, is when viewing the homes make sure to do random check-ins. Ask your loved one if their okay and are they happy. How are staff treating them. How's the food and activities. If anyone will gives you the truth its your loved one not a facility and their plastic smiles.

    Review originally written on A Place For Mom

    Not the home for loved ones with Dementia

    Rolling Meadows Assisted living is not the facility for those who need assistance with their loved one if they are at any stage of dementia. I don't believe 1 star should be an option. Its not the physical aesthetics that gives this home and my review such a low score but its the staff who are not properly trained to care for dementia loved ones and their "President" [name removed]. My interactions with staff started okay but within 6 months of arrival to Rolling Meadows the signs were starting to show from improper dispensing of medicine that my mothers doctor continuously corrected by phone to them, the night staff yelling at me on an occasion to get off the phone while I was talking to my mother, to the "President" sending long and rude text messages yelling at me, to me being alerted and subsequently warned by the hospital that my mother wasn't being properly cared for in their care after she fainted when it was discovered she was not being changed ("changing her adult underwear") and could lead to infection. In terms of the activities they had weekly bingo and other games, but they didn't take residents out for any air. They mostly sit around and watch tv. Toiletries if you purchase them monthly from the home are double the price (ie. Incontient products) of which I wasn't told this was my responsibility until 4 months into my mothers stay there. The warning signs became clear after my mother became sick and I raced down from out of state only to get calls from staff to pick up basic supplies of which they didn't have. I was forced to move my mother out after Rolling Meadows refused to give her immediate emergency care with staff informing me they called an ambulance for her days prior so she should be fine. When I continued to voice my concerns of her having a stroke they were ignored under their care. My mother ultimately had 4 strokes in that week, with staff ignoring the signs each day until I called an ambulance myself to take her to the hospital. I asked staff and [name removed] to call for immediate medical assistance and my pleas were ignored. My experience with this home is though aesthetically the victorian home is nice and for physical purposes the home is clean, the staffs inability to care for our loved ones and the trust that we place in a home and others to do what they say they can do professionally lacks in every category. More importantly, we as caregivers are paying for homes like Rolling Meadows to care for our loved ones. In this case Rolling Meadows failed terribly. My suggestion, is when viewing the homes make sure to do random check-ins. Ask your loved one if their okay and are they happy. How are staff treating them. How's the food and activities. If anyone will gives you the truth its your loved one not a facility and their plastic smiles.

  • Rolling Meadows is a nice facility. [Name removed] was very nice and gave me a tour when [Name removed] was busy at another location. The rooms are bigger than I expected and most have a 1/2 bath; there are a few with a full bath. The house was clean but it looks like the outside could use some maintenance. There are activities planned but none happening while I was there.

    Review originally written on A Place For Mom

    Rolling Meadows is a nice facility. [Name removed] was very nice and gave me a tour when [Name removed] was busy at another location. The rooms are bigger than I expected and most have a 1/2 bath; there are a few with a full bath. The house was clean but it looks like the outside could use some maintenance. There are activities planned but none happening while I was there.

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Community Details at Rolling Meadows

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    • Rolling Meadows Amenities

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

    Senior Housing Types Provided at Rolling Meadows

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