Continuing care retirement communities offer a continuum of care for community residents. Also known as life-care communities, Continuing care retirement communities include accommodations for independent living, assisted living, memory care, and 24/7 nursing home care. The idea is to allow seniors to age in place, by offering all of the care options and lifestyle amenities a person could need in one community setting.
For example, a healthy senior may start out in independent living, and then develop care needs a few years later and get transferred to assisted living. CCRCs are a great option for seniors who want to age in place, surrounded by a community of peers, with access to all the resources you could need during retirement.
Many CCRCs offer lifelong learning programs, fitness centers, health care centers, and dining options for community residents. CCRCs are meant for seniors who are financially secure, but no longer want to age in the family home.
If you think continuing care retirement communities may be a good option for your aging loved one, Seniorly recommends that you start the search online and visit several different communities to get a sense of options that fit your needs. For help discussing CCRC options that may be a good fit for your family, email us at email@example.com or call (415) 570-4370 to get advice from our on-staff gerontologist today.
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