How are changes in service level determined?

Sometimes it is necessary for a Resident to change service levels so they can live as safely and independently as possible. This decision is made by members of Roland Park Place’s interdisciplinary team, the Resident and the Resident’s family (if applicable).

Are you accredited?

Roland Park Place is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities – Continuing Care Accreditation Commission (CARF-CCAC), the only accrediting body for Life Plan communities. The accreditation process is a time-consuming one that includes rigorous self-study, benchmarking and peer review. Re-accreditation is done every five (5) years.

Is transportation included?

Transportation in a Roland Park Place sedan or van is included for medical appointments within a 10 mile radius. Transportation is also provided on the Roland Park Place bus for local grocery trips. Planned trips to entertainment venues, cultural events and restaurants require a minimal charge.

Do you have a full continuum of care?

Roland Park Place offers Independent Living, Residential Care and Memory Care assisted living levels of service as well as long-term care and short-term rehab in our Health Care Center. New Residents must first qualify for Independent Living in order to enter the continuum of care, or they may come to Roland Park Place for short-term rehabilitation if space allows.

How many Residents live at Roland Park Place?

There are usually 250 to 280 total Residents at any given time. The addition of 58 new Independent Living apartments will grow that number by approximately 90 people.