The State of Maryland defines assisted living as a residence that provides housing and supportive services, including supervision, personal assistance and healthcare, to adults who need help with the basic activities of daily living. Maryland assisted living facilities are licensed to provide up to three levels of care: Level I-low, Level II-moderate and Level III-high. The lowest level of assisted living care includes assistance with personal chores such as bathing an/or dressing for elder residents, who are otherwise in good physical and mental health. The highest level of care provides full assistance with all activities of daily living, such as bathing, grooming and eating, memory care services for residents with dementia, and professional management of medications.
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