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- Minimum Age of Accepted Residents
- Activities Onsite
- Devotional Services Available
- Indoor Common Areas
- Meals Provided
- Nurses on Staff
- Podiatrist Available
- Physical Therapy Available
- Occupational Therapy Available
- Speech Therapy Available
- Male Residents Accepted
- Female Residents Only
- Doctor on Call
- Nurse on Call
- Homecare Onsite
- Dentist Available
We welcome you to Symphony Manor - the newest premier service-rich Assisted Living and Memory Care Community located in the quaint historic neighborhood of Roland Park. Symphony Manor boasts spacious assisted living suites and a world-class memory care program, in a picturesque setting. Symphony Manor brims with amenities, providing a wide range of services from minimal assistance to professional long-term and memory care services. We believe life is an accumulation of experiences, accomplishments, loves and learning, trials and successes. We offer our residents a special place where they can continue to grow and thrive, each in their own unique way. At Symphony Manor, we believe life is precious and worth celebrating every day. And what better way to celebrate life than to share new experiences with family and friends, enjoy simple pleasures, and explore new interests in a community that is your home.
Symphony Manor is located in the heart of the beautiful, suburban garden community of Roland Park. When your loved one lives at Symphony Manor, you can share great restaurants in the Roland Park area, as well as the local medical services and higher learning institutions such as Johns Hopkins University, the College of Notre Dame, the Baltimore Museum of Art and all that Roland Park has to offer. Roland Park was developed between 1890 and 1920 by the Roland Park Company. The development was named for the early Baltimore county landowner, Roland Thornberry.
The company was incorporated in 1891. The company subsequently employed Frederick Law Olmsted, Jr., designer of New York's Central Park and the designer of the lovely grounds and gardens at the Biltmore Estate in Asheville, North Carolina. Houses in this are are eclectic, with both contemporary and historic styles, including timbered English Tudor, revived versions of Georgian and Regency styles, and original designs related to the British "Arts and Crafts" movement.