A fast-growing suburb of Washington, D.C., Waldorf is nestled between picturesque freshwater rivers. The city has a population of 81,410 people, of whom a low percentage are seniors, at 9.2%. Waldorf has low rates of crime and pleasant summers. The city’s proximity to Washington, D.C., means that residents have quick access to some of the nation’s best physicians and hospitals.
Waldorf also has a broad selection of assisted living facilities for active seniors who need a bit of help with daily tasks. Staff at these facilities are available 24/7 to provide assistance with personal care, medication management and mobility. Assisted living communities also provide activities and amenities to promote socialization. On average, seniors in Waldorf pay $6,000 per month for this type of care, more than state and national averages.
This guide is designed to provide information about long-term care. It talks about the cost of assisted living in Waldorf compared to nearby cities and the other types of care available then lists some of the resources available to the area’s seniors.