The Cottages of Perry Hall - Parkville, MD

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  • Activities Onsite
  • Devotional Services Available
  • Indoor Common Areas
  • Meals Provided
  • Aging in Place
  • Nurses on Staff
  • Podiatrist Available
  • Physical Therapy Available
  • Occupational Therapy Available
  • Speech Therapy Available
  • Complimentary Transportation
  • Activities Offsite
  • Outdoor Common Areas
  • Beauty & Barber Services
  • Pets Allowed
  • No Smoking Allowed in Private Areas Indoors
  • No Smoking Allowed in Public Areas Indoors
  • Wheelchair Accessible Showers
  • Hospice Available
  • Respite Available
  • Resident Parking Available
  • Male Residents Accepted
  • Female Residents Only
  • Doctor on Call
  • Nurse on Call
  • Homecare Onsite
  • Dentist Available

Customer Reviews

Pleasantly happy and relieved

The staff in the memory care unit at The Cottages are very patient with my father who has dementia and periods of agitation. I’m thankful for their help. My father seems to be adjusting to his new environment. Much of my anxiety has lessened knowing my father is well cared for.

This facility had nice sized rooms. The staff seemed friendly and residents seemed well cared for. The ratio of staff to residents is great, each cottage has a nice small community feel. [Name removed] was very knowledgeable and friendly. A good option for the price.

Visited this facility but was not impressed. I didn't like the fact that it consisted of smaller individual units apart from the main building. Residents must go outside to go to the main building.

We're Glad We Chose Quail Run

We like Quail Run. The staff is great. I love the staff and the nursing staff is great too. My mom is comfortable and happy. It a nice place. I'm glad we chose that one for mom. I think they can gear their activities toward the residents more. The activities are kind of a general thing. They have some in each building and mom participates in a lot of them but there are some that can't. It would be nice if they had something that everyone could participate in.

Great Care Staff

I have nothing to compare to but I think overall it's been good. I think that assisted living facilities are outrageously prices but I think for the care and for the size of the room and the conditions of the facility, it's very reasonable. I think the care gets better every time. This is the first time my mother has been put in an assisted living facility. They have lots of activities. They take them out and go for walks. For being memory care they take her out a lot. They have cook outs and parties pretty regularly. They treat my mom well. The RN that cares for my mother is fantastic and the person that runs the memory care unit is awesome but the lady who runs the facility is very rude and condescending.

Quail Run was very nice, very clean. ...

Quail Run was very nice, very clean. The people who worked there seemed nice too, but I don't know how well they are trained to take care of people who are very ill and have special needs. Perhaps a nursing home would have been a better choice, but I wasn't crazy about the hospital-y atmosphere. My mom had COPD and was on oxygen, and I found two times that no one knew how to refill the liquid oxygen tank, and found her with an empty tank. Granted, this is right after she got the liquid oxygen, but this is a very big issue. Then, she needed a bi-pap machine at night, but she died after only one night on it. The place is laid out well, but the only bad thing is that the bigger 'events' are held in a building across the street and sometimes too much trouble to get an ill person outside and to the event, easier to just stay there, especially if the weather is bad. Also, they are very reasonably priced compared to many, but the downside is that often there are very cheap snacks/drinks provided. No brand name soda, no soda at all, in fact and Dollar Store cookies, etc. Not a big deal as I could buy better stuff myself. All in all, a pretty good experience except for the fact that young caregivers were not well-trained on special equipment . They tried quickly to get staff up to speed on the equipment, in their defense, but several hours of no oxygen could quickly kill someone who needs it desperately. Nice people, clean environment, reasonable price, nice neighborhood, plenty of parking are all the good things.

Selected this facility. Bel...

Selected this facility. Believe this is the best place for my mom and her memory care needs.

Another place we were impressed with,...

Another place we were impressed with, the facility was clean and the staff seemed really nice. The rooms were fine and seems to include the residents in a lot of activities. This will be a place we take my mom to see.

Larger facility - end of Walther Blvd...

Larger facility - end of Walther Blvd. Looks very nice - worth checking out.

Located in a lovely area...very quiet...

Located in a lovely area...very quiet and peaceful. The dementia cottage has lots of light and offers a secure outdoor space. The rooms are nice and clean.

From the Community

Quail Run Assisted Living is never "one size fits all." From its secluded residential settings, to its thoughtfully appointed furnishings, every detail, amenity and service has been designed to provide the comforts of home. Spacious decks on the back of three of the cottages, surrounded by serene woods.

Celebrating their 10th Year Anniversary in 2010, Quail Run respects and encourages independence and residents' right to be an active part of their care plan. Spoiled with love and compassion, our residents thrive and enjoy a wonderful quality of life.

Located in Parkville, very close to Perry Hall - Quail Run is convenient to everything! Come see for yourself...we can't wait to show you around.

"When There's No Place Like Home...There's Quail Run."