Continuing Care Retirement Communities (CCRC) allow residents to age in place and receive the appropriate care when needed across the continuum.

Having multiple levels of care available on-site gives peace of mind knowing that if you need Assisted Living or Nursing Care, options are available.

Residential Living

Residential living is commonly referred to as “independent living.” A resident lives in his or her own residential home. Services like housekeeping and meal delivery are typically available. Acute medical treatment in the form of nursing care, physical therapy, or assistance with personal needs is also available. A CCRC typically offers amenities like hobby rooms, outings, gardening areas, outdoors spaces, recreational facilities, swimming pools, or walking trails. Residents enjoy the benefits of retirement living, with a safety net of health services available and numerous amenities on site.

Assisted Living

Assisted Living offers supportive services for residents who need extra help with activities of daily living such as bathing, medication management, and dressing. Residents have private living areas with the comfort of their own furnishings and their monthly support fee includes meals, housekeeping, and planned social and recreational activities. With the blend of supportive services and 24-hour staffing, residents can maintain their personal freedom.

Health Care

Health Care Services are required when a person needs skilled nursing staff (registered nurse (RN) or licensed practical nurse (LPN)) to manage, observe, and evaluate their care. Health Care Services can be needed on a temporary of long-term basis.

Know Your Options When it Comes to Retirement Living

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