Assisted Living near Baltimore County, MD
The northern county of Baltimore, Maryland is located along the Pennsylvania border. Baltimore County surprisingly enough, does not include the city of Baltimore but actually encircles the city to include most of its suburbs. The current estimated population is approximately 831,000 within a 682-square mile area that is predominately suburban and rural neighborhoods. Geographically, much of the county is rolling hills and mixed forests with long shorelines to the far southeast; the largest town within county lines is Towson, which is where the county seat is located. The climate is similar to the rest of the northern Atlantic Coast with humid subtropical conditions and four distinct seasons. Snowfall is less frequent than other areas depending on proximity to the coast while summers carry mostly moderate temperatures and frequent thunderstorms.
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Known for its historic neighborhoods, residents typically enjoy access to countless wineries, peaceful countryside, golf resorts, and gorgeous waterfronts as well as several prestigious horse farms, stables, and tracks. Throughout the year you can find many fairs and cultural festivals as well as major events at several theaters, museums, halls, and performance centers. Baltimore County is home to several large headquarters, including the Social Security Administration located in Woodlawn. The Maryland Transit Administration (MTA) is the largest form of public transportation reaching the suburbs from the city and going as far north as Owings Mills. The CSX Transportation and Amtrak railways also service several parts of the area. Baltimore County is a close drive to Baltimore-Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport, which is located just south of Baltimore city.
Seniors make up roughly 14.6% of Baltimore County residents with an average income of $58,229 a year. The average cost for assisted living is roughly $3,800 per month although the new Maryland Medicaid program covers some assisted living costs. Additionally, the Maryland Department of Aging has an assisted living subsidy program for seniors with low income plus a state income tax credit of up to $500 when purchasing long-term care insurance. Crime is tremendously low despite the notorious reputation the city of Baltimore has earned. The concentration of crime tends to be along the line bordering the actual city while suburban crimes rates continue to be dramatically lower. If you prefer to retire in a scenic setting with predictable seasons, unique neighborhoods, and variety in culture, perhaps Baltimore county is the right place for you.