Retirement Community

Choosing the Right Community for you...

Continuing Care Retirement Communities
(CCRC)

Life Care Agreement - Lifetime use of residence even if higher level care is needed Financial Review required Health benchmark assessments. The large majority of CCRCs require an entry fee, in addition to the monthly service fee. Among other things, entry fees are used for capital improvements, paying down debt, and sometimes to offset the cost of healthcare services received by residents. Price/cost depends on type of unit, floor, size, side of building, # of people in unit

Independent Living

Independent Living includes a wide variety of options. There are age-restricted communities that offer housing only to those age 55+ or even 62+. Many of these are rental communities that don’t offer care services. There are also Life Plan Communities (also known as continuing care retirement communities) that have independent living options as well as assisted living, memory care and skilled nursing.

Assisted Living

Assisted living communities give older adults personalized care in a residential setting. They’re for seniors whose health or well-being requires a higher level of personal care, which is determined through a health assessment by the community according to state regulations. Assisted living also provides a healthy lifestyle and social engagement.

Monthly Rental Retirement Community

No large entry fees. As a result, you won’t have to come up with a significant down payment or community buy-in fee before he moves in. This can help preserve his retirement nest egg. Most have assisted living services All provide 3 meals per day, housekeeping, security, activities and scheduled transportation

Adult Residential Care Home
(ARCH)

Adult Residential Care Home - 500+ ARCH's in Hawaii - 1 - 5 residents - Inspected by Dept of Health (2X per Year) ARCH provide personal care services, medication services, assistance with self-administration of medications, laundry and housekeeping, transportation to health care appointments, supervision, and social activities.

Hospice Care

Hospice is specialized type of care for those facing a life-limiting illness, their families and their caregivers. Hospice care addresses the patient's physical, emotional, social and spiritual needs. Hospice care also helps the patient's family caregivers.

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