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Mission & Vision

We focus on the individuality of each resident including learning what brings them energy and life; considering interests of their past and present. We look to the whole person, collaborate with their family and deliver care that incorporates the latest research in Alzheimer’s, other forms of dementia, and memory loss.

It is our mission to help residents discover a new joy of life by giving them purpose, freedom, and dignity in a safe, secure, and fun atmosphere.




 What Makes us Different

  • 16 Studio Apartments in each building means Better Staff Ratios allowing us to create a Loving Family Relationship. Our Care Staff FTE’s per Resident (.86) are more than double the industry average (.37) for Assisted Living Memory Care
  • Our mission to see every resident succeed through Purpose, Joy, and Laughter
  • Engaging Activities Program with Animals, VR Sessions, Drum Circles, Aroma Therapy, Bus Trips, Walks Outside, etc.
  • Experienced Executive Chef offering amazing culinary experiences
  • Owners on site weekly
  • All Private Updated Studio Apartments with Custom ADA vanities, High Contrast grab-bars, and Full Bathrooms
  • Included 40” Flat Screen HD TV with Direct TV® at no added cost
  • Modern Furniture Furnished in each studio apartment if needed
  • One single floor with abundant egress points for safe swift exiting in an emergency. An elevated floor is no place for a loved one in an emergency.
  • Safe Abundant Outdoor Spaces and walks with Raised Gardens
  • Dementia-Friendly Programmed Illumination (at Lutherville & Linthicum) throughout to minimize sundowning
  • Always open to new ideas and Feedback to improve
  • Abundant Natural Light throughout the building
  • Wellness philosophy of fewer Meds, Outdoor Daylight, Movement, Mental Stimulation, Excellent Meals, and Comfortable Beds
  • High-Tech wireless Emergency Generators
  • Free Wi-Fi throughout
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How do I determine the right facility for myself or a loved one?

Get started by including your family. If possible, tour the facilities you are considering.  During your tour, see if the residents are well cared for. Note if the residents are clean and dressed, if staff members are respectful and attentive to the needs of the residents, the condition of the rooms and the general atmosphere of the community. As you tour the facility, look and listen. How does the facility look? Is it clean? Are hallways and resident areas clean and clutter free? Listen to interactions between residents and staff. Do staff address residents by name? Are interactions friendly? Become an informed consumer; research and compare facilities on-line.

What are the visiting hours?

Our Community is secured (locked) 24 hours a day. However, family members are welcome to visit 24/7. Access can be gained through the front entrance, utilizing the buzzer and requesting staff to allow you access. After-hour visitors are asked to be aware that other residents are sleeping.

What is included in the room and board rate?

Inclusive in the room and board rate is dementia-related programming, clinical supervision and appropriate clinical support, housekeeping, heating & air-conditioning, activities suited to the person’s interests, social services, laundry (linens & towels), maintenance on provided equipment, Dietitian services and special diets if needed. Each resident's rate is determined by an assessment and given a level of care from 1-4. Not included in the basic rate will be medications, supplements, Physician visit fees, therapy costs, barber & beauty charges, transportation charges, and other miscellaneous charges. Please call or contact us to request our schedule of fees.

Do you Accept Medicare and Medicaid?

No, we are a Private Pay Community

Can I bring my own medications?

Federal and State regulations do not permit a person or family member to bring medications from home to be administered by our staff. All medications must be provided by a licensed Pharmacy within the State of Maryland. A person who wishes to have their medications come from a local pharmacy, must make arrangements made through the Executive Director or Clinical Director.

Can I take my loved one home for a visit?

Yes, home visits are encouraged. There may be restrictions or conditions that may be placed by the Physician or the medications that must be taken at a particular time. Residents’ families are requested to coordinate the outing with the Executive Director before leaving the community to coordinate obtaining and organizing any medications that may be needed from the pharmacy.

Do you offer transportation?

Inspirations Memory Care does have agreements with other providers offering services to the residents.  Arrangements for transportation can be made through the Executive Director. Additional fees may apply.