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Looking Back: 1997 Bethesda Towne Square Assisted Living Opens

Our Bethesda Aberdeen Story began in 1969.

At the movie theater, people were lining up to see Hollywood’s leading men, Paul Newman and Robert Redford, give an epic performance in Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid.

On the healthcare front, care options for seniors were also undergoing cultural adjustments to provide senior long term care opportunities outside of the traditional family setting.

Bethesda Home opened its doors in 1969 as a skilled nursing care facility on a 22-acre campus in Aberdeen.

In 1997, Bethesda Towne Square opened to provide assisted living services. Today, Bethesda Towne Square continues to be a highly valued senior living option for seniors who are not able to live independently, yet are not needing the full set of skilled nursing services provided through Bethesda Home.   Bethesda Towne Square

The Bethesda Towne Square Assisted Living Community offers 40 spacious apartment suites. Residents also have priority access to our on-site skilled nursing home, if ever needed.

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