Restructurings of Continuing-Care Retirement Communities

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Continuing-care retirement communities (CCRCs) are a residential alternative for older adults that provide residents with independent-living units and access to amenities, social and recreational activities, and dining options. As residents’ needs change through the aging process, they have access to a continuum of health care and support services, including assisted living, rehabilitation, skilled nursing and memory care, all located at the same campus. The majority of CCRCs are sponsored by religious or other nonprofit organizations, but there are some for-profit CCRCs.

Originally published from the ABI Journal, Vol. XLI, No 5 - May 2022.

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