The Code of Maryland Regulations as Applied to Residential Assisted Living Facilities
To be licensed as a Residential Assisted Living facility (RAL) in the State of Maryland, you must follow the Code of Maryland Regulations (COMAR) http://www.dsd.state.md.us/COMAR/searchall.aspx. The code provides detailed regulations for procedural, safety and health protocols within the senior living industry.
Residential Assisted Living - What You Need to Know
In Baltimore there are 3 types of assisted living and memory care facilities: continuous care retirement communities (12 of them), assisted living communities (40), and residential assisted living (613 RALs). In this blog, we will explain the details of residential assisted living. Read More
Seniors and Telemedicine – COVID’s Impact On Care Delivery
COVID19 capitulated telemedicine into the must-have solution for virtual care that only a global... Read More
In the Time of COVID, Make Tough Decisions With a Clear Mind. Advance Directives are More Important Than Ever.
By CarePatrol of Baltimore Big discussions now save bigger headaches later. Last Will... Read More
Leveraging Expertise In Senior Placement In The Face Of Covid-19
By CarePatrol of Baltimore Finding the right placement for a loved one is never an easy task.... Read More
Seniors at Risk for Fraudulent Credit Card Charges
By CarePatrol of Baltimore Fraudulent credit card charges are not a new thing. However,... Read More
The Benefit of Support Groups For Multiple Sclerosis Patients
By CarePatrol of Baltimore You never really think about support groups, that is –until... Read More
Can't Imagine Leaving Your Home? Consider Aging in Place.
By CarePatrol of Baltimore If you can’t even imagine leaving your home, you may want to... Read More
Consider Downsizing for Both Staying In or Moving Out
By CarePatrol of Baltimore Have you ever looked around and realized you have too much stuff? It... Read More