Retirement Communities

Make life easier for yourself, or find the care your mom needs – from active living to nursing care, a retirement community could be the right path.

What are Retirement Communities?

Retirement communities are designed to help retirees relax, flourish, and enjoy life. The options found here will accommodate a wide spectrum of wants and needs: from the active weekly tennis player searching for an easier lifestyle, to those needing a bit more help while living with the challenge of declining abilities.

active adult playing tennis

Active Living

These communities offer residents a more carefree lifestyle – eliminating daily burdens like housekeeping and lawn care – while providing access to services and amenities that make aging more enjoyable.


CCRC

Also known as Life Plan Communities, CCRCs provide a continuum of care for residents for the rest of their lives. View CCRC in My Area
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Assisted Care

These options offer a bit more help with activities of daily living (ADLs) such as grooming, bathing, and dressing. They also provide regular meals, and, in addition, give residents access to opportunities for social engagement to help avoid isolation.


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Nursing Care

These options are for patients or residents that have a higher acuity of need, whether because of an Alzheimer’s diagnosis, chronic illness, or recovery from a recent hospital stay.


Long-Term Care

Communities that provide 24-hour care on a long-term basis. These can include Continuing Care Retirement Communities (CCRCs), assisted living, memory care, and skilled nursing facilities. View Long-Term Care in My Area

Memory Care

Care catered to those with Alzheimer’s disease or related dementias. These centers can be found within a secured unit at an assisted living community or CCRC, or provided in a stand-alone building. View Memory Care in My Area

Care Assessment

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The longer I live, the more beautiful life becomes.

– Frank Lloyd Wright