The Erickson Living Difference

Erickson Living’s network of communities has been providing an unparalleled lifestyle to seniors for over 30 years. With 20 communities across 11 states, over 24,000 seniors now call our communities home. As one of the nation’s most respected leaders in building and managing continuing care retirement communities, we’ve perfected our approach to helping seniors enjoy their independence and a live a happier, healthier life.

Erickson Living communities have earned a reputation for being good neighbors to their surrounding communities. That’s why so many of our communities are regularly recognized among the best places to live—and work—in their area.

As recently as 2019, Erickson Living has been named a Top Workplace in the Baltimore-Washington area by the Washington Post.  Our three Maryland communities are consistently rated well amongst the residents, with the Charlestown community (Catonsville, MD) recently named as one of the top 5 best retirement communities in the state.

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The Erickson Living Advantage

At Erickson Living, we strongly believe in helping seniors maintain good physical, mental, and emotional health. We’ve been recognized for achieving the goal of providing exceptional care by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, who’ve provided five-star ratings to the Erickson Living-managed continuing care neighborhoods and Medicare Advantage health plan, Erickson Advantage.

Residents and staff members at our communities are also actively engaged with local Chambers of Commerce and local government, and they support area schools and nonprofits by donating time and goods, and raising funds for local students, families in need, and volunteer organizations. Erickson Living residents volunteer over 1 million hours annually, giving back to charitable organizations in their community.

The Erickson Advantage


At Erickson Living, we’re helping seniors all across the nation live better lives.

“The monthly service fee covers everything–even the little things like collecting the trash.”
“You don’t move in and stay in. You can still have activities that you do outside. It’s really independent living.”
“There’s absolutely nothing you could want for. It’s all here!”