Planning Where to Live


Now is the time to think about your changing needs and their effect on where you will live. You may want to stay in your home, move in to a new residence or even move in with friends or family.

It may be less stressful to move into a new independent living situation before it becomes urgent. Some options include a single-level home, a condominium, an apartment, or a retirement community.

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Connect with your local MAP office.

Maryland Access Point (MAP) staff are available to help you explore your options to meet your current needs or create a plan for the future.

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