Memory Care in Maryland

Leading Dementia Care Facilities in Montgomery County

Our Maryland Memory Care Homes in Montgomery County

Exterior view of Auxiliary House; one of the private memory care homes in Maryland
Auxiliary House is a two-level senior living care facility equipped with an elevator for 8 residents. The rooms are quite large and each room has a private bathroom. Auxiliary House is conveniently located near the downtown area of Bethesda. Our residents love our wrap-around porch and vegetable garden during the warmer weather.
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The exterior of Cedar Glen in Rockville, MD, one of our prominent Cedar Creek memory care units
We like to boast that our senior care home at Cedar Glen is part of the Registry of Historic Homes for Montgomery County, and when you visit, you will see why because of its unique architecture and “country-like setting.” Located in the beautiful Fallsmead neighborhood, our 8 residents enjoy a large backyard garden and a perfect setting for afternoon walks.
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Exterior view of Hillwood; Cedar Creek senior living in Bethesda, MD
This Cedar Creek memory care community is conveniently located near Seven Locks Road in Bethesda and provides a beautiful setting for our 8 residents. As our name suggests, this one-story home is nestled up on a hill and our residents enjoy a nice walking path in the backyard.
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Maple Ridge, one of Cedar Creek's premier memory care facilities in Maryland
Maple Ridge is our largest senior living community and has the capacity for 14 residents in Rockville. It is one story, with both shared and private bathrooms. At the center of Maple Ridge is our beloved vegetable and flower garden where you can find our residents and staff outside during the summer months.
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Live life in a comfortable residential dementia care setting at Clifton Woods, one of Cedar Creek’s long term care facilities in Maryland
Our first residential memory care home to open was Clifton Woods. This one-story home for 8 residents was where the idea of providing memory care in a home setting was first envisioned. You may even find a caregiver or two that has been there since we opened our doors!
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Dining memory care services, offering specialized dining experiences for residents.

Live Joyfully

At Cedar Creek’s senior living in Montgomery County, MD, our residents live their lives with a sense of normalcy and joy. We believe true dementia care is about an intimate relationship with our residents and a strong partnership with their families to improve their well-being.
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A memory care resident plays cards with her grandson at a care home for dementia

Remember Yourself

We believe in meeting our residents where they are. This means understanding who they are, what their life is, and has been about. With an appreciation for their uniqueness, we craft our program to their needs and abilities.
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A senior couple receives exceptional memory care in Maryland


Maintaining a sense of routine and familiarity is at the heart of our Alzheimer's care program. This might mean supervised cooking, daily walks, singing, and hopefully some dancing! There is nothing more important than fostering normalcy with our residents.
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Our Memory Care Residents Stay Involved

We keep our residents with dementia involved and contributing by encouraging a sense of purpose and supporting them along the way. We're not about bureaucracy, we're about finding solutions and making life better for people who have little control over their minds and fewer choices about their lives than any of us would want.

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Our Memory Care Facilities in Maryland are conveniently located within a 30-minute drive of these locations:

Ashley Dotson Madison

This community was great! They were very helpful and informative, and had a lot to offer for a much lower price then a lot of the other surrounding communities! Also love how all their homes are memory care homes in a small intimate environment!

Elaine Kallen Fertig

After visiting other facilities I chose Auxiliary House for my father as the staff was very one-on-one, dedicated, caring and their personal involvement with my father was outstanding – also making the family feel reassured and comfortable.

Kathy Sabatier

My mother has been a resident at Auxiliary House for over 4 years. We feel so fortunate to have found this wonderful place where the staff care so deeply for all the residents.

Ann Moseley

My mother has been in Cedar Glen for two and a half years. It was the second facility I visited and my search stopped there. It’s a genuine home, not at all institutional, where all the residents are known and loved as individuals. It’s also very professionally run and there are clearly systems in place to ensure high standards of care. Staff turnover seems almost nonexistent. It’s exactly what a care home should be and I feel so lucky to have found it.

Dave Chapman

My mother lives here. Ruthie and Anna are the best, not just for managing the facility and communicating to families, but for being visionary and pro-active during these very trying times. I never wonder if my mom is well cared for. Thanks to all the staff for everything they do for all the residents, not just my mom — we’re lucky to have found this home.

Tracy Perkins

Mom moved from Auxiliary House to Hillwood when she needed more care. Both houses are managed by Cedar Creek. Fabulous company that knows dementia inside and out and cares for the residents in small homes (not institutional entities). Staff are great and have a long tenure with the company, the management is helpful and informed, and we couldn’t be happier with the care they provide. Strongly recommend. It was a great place for Mom.

Mary Goldstein

Hillwood is Amazing! My Uncle has been there since October of 2019 and he is very happy. If you want your love one to be safe, happy and well cared for this is the place for them! I am so thankful for all the staff and management do for my Uncle.

Joanne Irving

I cannot say enough positive things about the wonderful care and attention my mother receives from the superb staff at the Cedar Creek Homes. I feel blessed to have found them.

Jane Kelley

Exceptional management. Wonderful and VERY dedicated staff. Loving environment. Creative activities. I can’t say enough positive things about my 11 year experience at this home. You will sleep well at night knowing your family member is in the best possible hands.

Frequently Asked Questions

01. Once a resident has moved in, are there charges for extra care services that are not reflected in the daily rate?
Daily rates are all-inclusive and do not change as care needs increase. Cedar Creek does not charge extra for personal care, medication administration, laundry services, or housekeeping. Residents do pay for their own medication, personal care items, and supplies.
02. What about medical care?
We have doctors, nurses, therapists, dentists, podiatrists, and other health care professionals who visit residents at our Alzheimer’s care homes. Residents are welcome to continue to see their own doctor, but we provide the option to utilize our doctors for convenience and for more monitored medical oversight.
03. Are physical therapy or rehabilitation services offered at Cedar Creek?
Cedar Creek residents may receive a doctor’s order for physical therapy, occupational therapy, or speech therapy. Therapists can come to any of our Alzheimer’s care facilities to work with our residents.
04. What if my loved one lives out of state or in another county?
We will work with you and their doctor(s) to obtain the necessary information for the assessment. Once the decision has been made to move to Cedar Creek, we will assist you in locating a doctor who can be their new health care practitioner if needed.
05. What kinds of activities are offered?
We have a unique and individualized activity program, structured to meet the needs of residents with Alzheimer’s disease and memory loss. Our amazing full-time activity therapist learns about each resident's background and finds opportunities to bring them joy. You may find our activity therapist outside working with residents in one of our retirement community's vegetable gardens, taking residents on a journey with her iPad to explore their hometown, or leading a reminiscence group. If our activity therapist meets a resident with an interest in quilting, they start a quilting group. We also have therapists who provide cognitive stimulation and entertainers who provide music therapy for our residents. In addition, our caregivers are trained to engage residents in meaningful activities throughout the day, such as leading daily exercise or sing-a-longs, working on puzzles, and art projects. Our activity program varies based on the home and the interests of the residents, which is why we can truly say it is unique.
06. Does Cedar Creek provide end-of-life care?
In most cases, residents stay with us for long-term care throughout their lives. Additionally, residents whose health status qualifies for hospice care can be assisted at our residential memory care homes by nursing support from local hospice organizations. In rare cases, when a resident’s care needs exceed the licensed capabilities of Cedar Creek, we work closely with family members to find the best alternative and promote a smooth transition to the new care facility.

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