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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47) Young men, both Jewish and non-Jewish, often displayed their allegiance to the local community through their support of the most popular clubs in the East End: West Ham, Arsenal, or Spurs.
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The committee recruited concerned citizens who have a responsibility for quality of life and criminal justice academicians from the local university, as well as other community leaders.
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By testing the neighborhood hypothesis which concerned the process of the towns functioning as class-segregated neighborhoods in a small-city commuting zone, Salamon supports her thesis of the emerging post-agrarian community landscape by revealing the differentiation among the agrarian towns, the population specialization within the agrarian towns, and features of the emerging post-agrarian social fabric.
Some Americans did not understand that quarantine and isolation practices appropriate for SARS-affected areas in Asia, where community transmission was a concern, were practices that were not appropriate in the United States where the disease was not community acquired.
SAN with its diverse board, staff, and lay community organizers routinely canvas parts of Los Angeles, Orange and Riverside Counties reaching diverse South Asians disseminating important health, civil fights, and social service information mainly to the low-income segments of the community.
The content, scientific process, pedagogy, community experience, and reasoned findings of my master's thesis nudged me into a new life stage as a researcher.
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