Retirement Communities

A residential community designated for occupancy by older adults. Although generally established for independent living, community bylaws often indicate minimum age requirements for residents. Activities and amenities are provided by the community for the benefit of the residents.

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  • Continuing care retirement communities (CCRCs) promise to care for you for the rest of your life, but they do so for a price.

  • 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.

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  • 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.

  • When a family member is considering moving to indepent living, or retirement community, caregivers and family members have lots of question. Here are common questions that caregivers ask.

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