CCRC: Continuing Care Retirement Communities
Continuing care communities, or CCRCs, include different levels of elder care and senior housing. As your elderly parent's health declines, they can continue to live in the Continuing Care Community and not have to relocate. CCRCs could include senior living retirement apartments, assisted living facilities and skilled nursing, or nursing homes, all housed in the same Continuing Care Community.
Articles About Continuing Care Communities
- Continuing Care Retirement Communities Explained
Among the wide range of housing and care options available to seniors is an option called the continuing care retirement community, or CCRC. Based on the premise of aging-in-place, this unique residential arrangement is gaining popularity across the nation.
- Questions & Answers About Continuing Care Retirement Communities
Continuing Care Retirement Communities (CCRC) offer independent living, assisted living, nursing care, rehabilitative services on a single campus to accomodate seniors as they age and their housing and health care needs change.