What is a Multi-Level Care Community?

I've been hearing this term a lot lately in reference to housing for seniors. What does it mean?

Asked by billball Tuesday Oct 11th 2011 - in Other - Housing

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    Answered by Senior.Housing.Advisor Tuesday Oct 11th 2011

    Multi-Level Care Communities are full service communities that offer a range of living options on one campus. These communities can also be referred to as Continuing Care Retirement Communities, which combine different senior housing options such as Independent Living Communities and Assisted Living Facilities on the same property.

    Services, features, and cost for Multi-Level Care Communities all vary depending on the housing and care options. These communities are a great living arrangement for couples who are often in need of different levels of care and wish to maintain a strong relationship. Visit our Continuing Care Retirement Communities page to find facilities like these nearest you.

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