Memory Care Information & Gallery
Socializing and creating new friendships through various activities is one of the most important aspects of healthy living. Friends gather to enjoy activities and community events at both Blossom Place and Garden House. We offer a variety of recreational activities such as bingo, craft classes, Bible study, games, and special speakers and entertainers.
Good nutrition is vital to good health. Breakfast, lunch and dinner are served daily in the casual comfortable dining rooms at both Blossom Place and Garden House. The Garden of Eden Restaurant prepares the tasty, nutritious meals served by friendly staff. You’ll find delicious dietitian approved menus at every meal. We offer a variety of menus to compliment the season and to meet your particular dietary needs. Consultation regarding special diet needs and meal selections is available.
Resident’s family and friends are always welcome to share and enjoy meals in our dining room with reservations.
Edenton’s Community Relations staff is available to meet with you and answer any questions that you may have about housing options, services we offer and the move-in process. We are more than happy to set up a time convenient for you to come and tour our campus and see for yourself why so many people have chosen Edenton.
Please call 301-694-3100 to schedule your tour or to speak to a member of our team. Evening and weekend tours are available by appointment; walk-ins are also welcome. You may also use the Contact Us link to send our Community Relations staff an email.
About the Area
Edenton is conveniently located:
Francis Scott Key Mall (2 miles)
Frederick’s Historic District (2 miles)
Antietam National Battlefield (15miles)
Harpers Ferry, WV (20 miles)
Gettysburg, PA (38 miles)
Washington, DC, (50 miles)
Baltimore, MD (50 miles)
For More Information about Frederick County and its surrounding areas please visit these links:
Frederick County Tourism
Frederick Keys Baseball Team
Historical Society of Frederick County
National Museum of Civil War Medicine