• How will I get to know my new neighbors and the staff at Edenwald?
• Does Edenwald have a Residents’ Association?
• Does Edenwald offer someone who can assist with the design and furniture arrangement of my new apartment?
• Why should I choose a Lifecare community like Edenwald? Does it really matter?
• Will Edenwald allow me to hold a business meeting, party, or some other special event on campus?
• Are Edenwald events open to future residents and guests?

How will I get to know my new neighbors and the staff at Edenwald?
The Edenwald Welcoming Committee contacts new residents after they are settled into their new apartment homes. The Welcoming Committee introduces new residents to other residents, setting them up to eat together. Staff members visit new residents in their apartments to get acquainted and let residents know about each staff member’s job and department.
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Does Edenwald have a Residents’ Association?
Yes. The purpose of the Residents’ Association is to foster programs which will enhance the outstanding care and services Edenwald provides. Resident involvement is extremely important and encouraged in the Residents’ Association. This helps foster a strong partnership between Edenwald residents, the administrative staff and the Board of Directors. There are four elected officer members of the Residents' Association: president, vice-president, treasurer and secretary. Meetings are held monthly and the president of the Association attends the regular meetings of the Edenwald Board of Directors. For more information, click here, or see the Edenwald bylaws.
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Does Edenwald offer someone who can assist with the design and furniture arrangement of my new apartment?
Yes. We want you to feel comfortable and at home in your Edenwald apartment, surrounded by the treasures you love. We offer a complimentary consultation with a senior move manager prior to moving in who will meet with you at your home and help you decide what furniture will be best suited to your new home.
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Why should I choose a Lifecare community like Edenwald? Does it really matter?
A Lifecare community does exactly what its name says: provides care for life. Lifecare enables you to move into Independent Living, knowing that necessary health care will be there for you in the future, if you need it and at virtually no extra cost. If you choose to move into a community which does not offer Lifecare, your future medical care will be at your expense, and sometimes, it might not be accessible to you when you need it most. In comparison over the long term, money that you spend on a Lifecare community will most likely be far less than what you will spend in a fee-for-service community.
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Will Edenwald allow me to hold a business meeting, party, or some other special event on campus?
Yes. Edenwald has several rooms throughout the building to suit your varying needs. We can accommodate as few as ten or as many as 250. Please visit our Special Functions page for further information.
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Are Edenwald events open to future residents and guests?
Yes. We encourage you to visit us for our exciting entertainment and educational events, all at no cost to you. Trips, however, are limited to a first-come, first-serve basis and current residents have priority seating. If you are interested in knowing more about any of our events, please contact the Activities Coordinator at 410-339-6017 or kwallace@edenwald.org.
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How many people reside at Edenwald?
The Edenwald Tower, or original building is 18 stories high and includes 221 apartment homes and the new Terrace building is 12 stories high with 60 apartment homes. Approximately 330 residents live in independent living at Edenwald.
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