Continuing Care Retirement Communities (CRCCs) offer the elderly a variety of options to accommodate their unique, and often changing, needs. Healthy adults entering a CRCC are able to live independently in a home, apartment, or condominium of their own within the community. When they begin to need assistance with routine activities, they will be able to easily move into a nursing care or assisted living facility. The main advantage of living in a Continuing Care Retirement Community is the wealth of resources available for residents. Because there are multiple levels of care available in one location, residents will not have to make difficult transitions when their needs become greater. Though life in a CRCC can provide peace of mind, it does come with a hefty up-front price tag and ongoing monthly fees, so it may not be for everyone.
Continuing Care Retirement Communities Definition
Last Updated Jan. 10th, 2017 by RKT