Talking to Adult Children About Your Future Care

Broaching the topic of your future care with adult children can be awkward and difficult for both parties. Each may feel a bit of denial about the realities of aging. For the elder loved one, it’s that they are no longer as independent as they’ve always been or considered themselves to be, and for the adult children, it’s that their parents still exist in their minds as strong, self-reliant figures, and this image is being turned on its head. Continue reading

Opening Up our Community – June 26, 2020

These past months have been a challenge, and we thank you for your continued support of our residents, our community, and of each other.

We have been monitoring the impact of COVID-19 on our community, and the situation is improving. Based on state and regional criteria, advice from public health officials, and the health status on campus, we are slowly reopening our community.

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What Makes More Financial Sense: Staying in Your House or Moving to a Retirement Community

Although continuing care retirement communities (CCRCs, or life plan communities) offer residents many conveniences and amenities, the top reason that seniors cite for their desire to move to one of these communities is their full continuum of care services. In fact, according to our 2019 myLifeSite Consumer Survey, this access to care is the number one reason that people choose a CCRC over other senior living options. Continue reading