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1. Established in 1996, Asbury Solomons is a waterfront, continuing care retirement community that offers a vibrant retirement lifestyle paired with a secure plan for the future. It is the only accredited CCRC in Southern Maryland.
2. Asbury Solomons is part of Asbury, the 15th largest not-for-profit system of continuing care retirement communities in the United States, operating eight communities in Maryland, Pennsylvania, Oklahoma and Tennessee.
3. More than 450 people age 60-plus reside here.
4. With 210 associates, Asbury Solomons is a major employer in the Calvert County area. Many associates serve in hospitality-related or health-care
5. Residents of Asbury Solomons have access to the Asbury Foundation's Benevolent Care program, which provides financial support for residents who deplete their financial resources through no fault of their own.
6. The community includes 228 apartment homes, 72 cottage homes, 24 assisted living suites and 48 skilled-care accommodations, both private and shared. The 24-hour skilled center is Medicare- and Medicaid-certified, with 40 of the 48 beds reserved for the use of Asbury residents.Asbury Home Services provides personal care services for Asbury residents and those living in the surrounding region.
7. Asbury Solomons’ residential living options include 27 floor plans with a wide range of prices and entrance fees. All residences offer maintenance-free living.
8. Located on 58 acres along the banks of the Patuxent River, the campus has walking trails, fishing and crabbing piers and beautifully maintained grounds and resident gardens. Its facilities include a fitness center with indoor pool and spa, full-service bank, two salons, and a choice of dining venues. The Community Center is a focal point of campus life, with a computer room and library, billiards, arts and crafts rooms, wood and metalworking shops, multi-purpose auditorium and meeting rooms.
All Asbury Communities’ campuses utilize a multi-dimensional wellness program focusing on six components; physical, intellectual, spiritual, vocational, emotional and social.
9. Asbury Solomons has a successful oyster-gardening program that works to improve the health of the Chesapeake Bay by growing more of these water-filtering creatures in the Patuxent River. Residents have added more than one million oysters to the community's breakwaters since 2010.
10. Asbury Solomons received the Maryland Recycling Network’s 2016 Outstanding Environmental and Community Leadership Award for efforts led by the resident-run Go Green Committee.