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 master plan sets the direction for the community college, allowing for growth and change.
The author surveyed participants in community asthma program workshops.
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Promoting greater access to information on community services
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These four organizations exemplify outstanding work that community development financial institutions are doing all across the country--in emerging urban, rural and reservation-based markets," said NCCA President Mark Pinsky.
Consequently, the two-year, community college option, with an average annual cost of $2,076, is becoming the predominant one for poor students of color.
Family and community members can contribute extensively to the work of the school, to the planning and implementation of curricular and extracurricular activities that enhance learning, and to the infusion of the culture of students and families within the school (Brewster & Railsback, 2003; Ferguson et al.
Salamon admits that the community studied for the six agrarian towns were completed before 1995, although the examination is presented in present tense.
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