Levels of Care

Compare our programs to find your ideal fit.

Assisted
Living

Our person-centered assisted living programs in MD, VA, and DC enable residents to live lives of purpose and meaning while having access to extra help.

Memory
Care

Our whole-person approach to memory care creates an environment where individuals living with cognitive change can feel empowered and engaged.

Skilled Nursing/
Rehabilitation

Whether you need skilled nursing care or short-term rehab, you’ll receive quality care and support to help you get back to your life.

Home
Care

Ingleside at Home is dedicated to providing high-quality, personal, customized home care in the comfort of your residence.

A Culture of Compassionate Care

Make a one-on-one appointment with a counselor who can guide you to the right program.

Are you unsure of which level of care or living situation is right for you or a loved one? Our counselors can walk you through a conversation to help you choose the programs and services that will best work for you and your family member. Every individual is unique, and their care should be, too.

 

Awards for Quality Care

See the accolades we’re receiving.
 

Peace of Mind

You can trust that we will care for your loved one like family. Every member of our health care team is dedicated to providing compassionate care that reflects the highest standards in the industry and enriches our residents’ lives.


“My husband was severely disabled and I had just retired from an active law practice. My world was getting smaller and smaller. Then we moved to Ingleside at Rock Creek and my world opened up. Our future care was assured in this beautiful continuing care retirement community.”
 

Getting Started

These insightful articles will provide much-needed tools and resources that will help you chart a course for your next chapter of living.

Listen Up! The Risks and Consequences of Untreated Hearing Loss

Almost half of Americans over 75 years of age and around one third of Americans between 65 and 74 suffer from varying degrees of hearing loss,

Home Safety for Seniors: 10 Innovative Products and Devices

A recent AARP survey reveals that 77% of “adults 50 and older want to remain in their homes for the long term—a number that has been

Understanding Short- and Long-Term Memory Loss in Older Adults

When is it just forgetfulness, and when is it a sign of something more? While forgetfulness isn’t always a cause for concern, memory loss can advance