Join us for our Open House on Wednesday afternoons from 2:00 to 4:00 pm. Enjoy a tour of our community and learn how you can embrace the charm of carefree living at Gull Creek. With a family atmosphere and small-town values, Gull Creek provides residents a welcoming environment and a gracious, relaxed lifestyle. Located near historic Berlin, Maryland, the community offers proximity to many natural wonders, including beaches of Ocean City and Assateague Island with world-famous wild ponies.
We encourage individuals and families alike to visit Gull Creek, a community that offers independent living for those who seek an active and vibrant lifestyle, assisted living to help with the activities of daily living, and memory care in the Valeo Neighborhood, where residents can enjoy all the benefits of living at Gull Creek while living in a safe and secure environment. To learn more, call 410-641-3171.
Join us at Gull Creek, the second Wednesday of every month, for Wellness Wednesdays, an informative educational series featuring topics that focus on healthy aging. Gain knowledge about the latest advances in healthcare, learn about options for family members facing mental and physical challenges, and discover preventative steps to stay healthy as you age. Wellness Wednesdays are presented by local experts from a variety of backgrounds. Come learn, ask questions and discover more about living and aging well!
While you’re here, take a tour and get to know Gull Creek, an active and engaged senior living community on Maryland’s Eastern Shore. This vibrant rental community offers independent living, assisted living and memory care.
“Sophia and the Heartmender” is a story about learning to speak up and stand up for yourself. Beth will share Sophia’s story about finding her worth and courage, and invite you to connect, or re-connect, with your own Heartmender. Your heart will get a “heart massage,” and your soul will be fed. Please join us for this unique storytelling experience!
Beth Ohlsson, MA, is a storyteller, a veteran teacher, an addictions counselor, and in long-term recovery. She works with vulnerable populations in detention centers and prisons using storytelling as a vehicle for recovery, healing, and instilling hope. Her book, “Distilling Hope” will be published in 2017.