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Although Medicare is usually thought of as coverage for hospital stays (Part A) and doctor visits (part B), it also has an application to senior living. When I speak to groups of people who are [...]
The following story is part of a joint project between myLifeSite and Senior Correspondent where we ask people to report on their senior living decision process. By Rich Fernsler Long before turning 40, both my wife and I knew [...]
The following story is part of a joint project between myLifeSite and Senior Correspondent where we ask people to report on their senior living decision process. By Parker McLendon My wife and I discovered that it was best to [...]
As you are exploring your senior living options, you may have looked at what is referred to as an “active adult community.” These are 55 and over “age-restricted” or “age-qualified” communities, typically meaning that someone [...]
Choosing to move to a continuing care retirement community (CCRC or “life plan community”) is a big decision—one that necessitates thorough research and planning on your part. You want to be certain that you are [...]
The distinguishing—even defining—feature of a continuing care retirement community (CCRC, or life plan community) is contractually-provided access to a “continuum of care,” which typically includes independent living, assisted living, memory care, and/or skilled nursing care; [...]