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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"Most places have a community college," she said at a press conference.
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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Unfortunately such committees only facilitate for a short time and even then the training provided, for the most part enables trainees to find employment at another more affluent community; all to the disfavour of the original community.
Georges Community Centre, Montreal: For the expansion of Tyndale St.
In turn, I felt the impact of learning how to conduct science for a local community. The "peculiar combination" of my service and my learning added momentum to what had been a faint interest for research.
'There was a cry from the community for something to be done,' says Penrith, who also works with the Aboriginal Legal Service.
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But considering the depth of resources that parental and community involvement can bring to a school, it's a mistake to pass on the opportunity to harness this energy to provide a better education.
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