Life Care Community


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Life Care Community

A place where retired persons can live semi-independently while maintaining easy access to health care and community activities. Life care communities may include a small apartment or living area and community recreation areas. Life care communities may be more cost effective for some retired persons than living completely on their own.
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The honor also netted the life care community a citation from Gov.
Greystone operates and manages more than 20 continuing care retirement communities across the country, including Edgemere, which opened this year, and The Buckingham, Houston's first true, full-service life care community scheduled to break ground this year.
In honor of Parkinson's Awareness Month (April), The Wealshire and The Ponds Life Care Community are introducing a new series of ongoing therapeutic activities as part of its Parkinson's Disease Care Program, which is tailored to the needs of those afflicted with this condition.
Nicoll Chapel at the Overlook Masonic Life Care Community, 88 Masonic Home Rd.
He also sits on the Board of Directors of the Northwest Senior Housing Corporation, a not-for- profit Texas corporation which is the owner and developer of Edgemere, a $120 million life care community in Dallas, Texas.
Concordia Life Care Community (Concordia) will use the proceeds of the series 2005 bonds and the interest earnings on bond proceeds to construct a type A continuing care retirement community (CCRC) in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.
There will be a Chapel Service held on Sunday, July 14, 2013 at 2:00 pm in the Chapel at The Overlook Life Care Community, 88 Masonic Home Road, Charlton, MA for family and friends.