The state of Maryland falls in the middle of the country’s Northeast, Southern, and Midwestern regions, and its culture combines elements of them all. This is part of why Maryland earned the nickname “America in Miniature.” With the Appalachian Mountains passing through the far western part of the state, and the Chesapeake Bay and Atlantic coastlines in the east, Maryland’s geographical features give residents plenty of opportunities for outdoor activities — even in a small state. Annapolis and Baltimore are also home to many historic Colonial sites, and Washington, D.C. sits on Maryland’s southern border. Maryland is a transition state in several ways, which helps make it an attractive retirement destination.
There are more than 210 nursing homes in Maryland. A Place for Mom’s Senior Living Advisors can provide you with a list of Maryland nursing homes to help you find the community that fits your needs and budget.
The median monthly cost of a private room in a nursing home in Maryland is about $10,000, according to Genworth.
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