What are Retirement Communities?
A continuing care retirement community is also known as a life-care community. Continuing care retirement communities have the capabilities to meet all the various aging needs of seniors as they progress through the later stages of life. Continuing care retirement community patrons can live independently, in their own apartment or house. When that patron’s needs changes and increases, they can then move into assisted living or nursing home section of that Continuing care retirement community. The graduated services that Continuing care retirement communities provide seniors with a great deal of comfort, knowing that all of their growing needs and requirements can be met in one community.
Continuing care retirement communities are often the most expensive option for senior care. Fees are dependant upon type of housing, health issues, level of care, size of facility and type of contract used.
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