Continuing care, simply explained.
What is a Continuing Care Retirement Community (CCRC)?
Continuing Care Retirement Communities (CCRC) combine independent living with access to on-site health-care services for later life, including assisted living, memory care, and long-term care. Depending on the specific financial agreement, some or all of these services may be guaranteed with an initial deposit and stable monthly fee, providing predictable medical costs for continuing care residents.
For thousands of older adults, CCRCs are a compelling option. More than 750,000 older adults live in CCRCs, according to the American Association of Homes and Services for the Aging. Life Care communities provide the most extensive coverage, but they’re not the only type of CCRC agreement. The Vista offers several contract types including Life Care and Fee for Service.
With a Life Care contract, you can live a vibrant lifestyle today without worries about the potential cost of additional care tomorrow. No matter what level of supportive living you may need in the future, you’re entitled to receive it right here on the CHCC campus, without a change to your monthly fee. You’ll get exceptional, compassionate care that fits your needs, giving you seamless access to a range of supportive living environments, including assisted living, memory care, long-term care, and mental health services.
Your one-time entrance fee and ongoing monthly fee gives you full access to this continuum of high-quality care, should you need it in the future, and our Life Care promise protects you from the ever-escalating cost of long-term care. For more than 100 years, Christian Health Care Center has been committed to providing unparalleled service and also provides unmatched value, so you can feel confident in the wisdom of your investment.
Fee for Service
A Fee for Service plan means that you pay only for the health-care services as you need them, if and when you need them. Market rates apply for this type of contract, and access to services is not guaranteed.