CCRC Services and Amenities Include a Wide Range of Perks

resident enjoying our pool activities at buena vida estates

People choose to live in a continuing care retirement community (CCRC, also called a life plan community) for many reasons. For a lot of residents, the biggest benefit is having access to on-site access to a full continuum of care services, should a resident need them.

But another major benefit of moving to a CCRC is access to services and amenities that are not available in other types of retirement communities.

CCRC services and amenities help simplify life

CCRCs offer many services to residents – which their monthly fee covers. These services are designed to simplify their lives, remove the burden of chores and home maintenance, and keep them safe. It’s almost like living in a hotel – which is why we proudly describe Buena Vida as “resort-style” living.

At a CCRC, you can expect to find:

  • Care services
  • Meal plans
  • Housekeeping
  • Local transportation
  • Maintenance
  • Utilities
  • Wellness programs

Finding the CCRC that is the right fit for you

As you look into CCRCs, there’s a lot to consider beyond location, affordability, and quality. You should take the time to explore the various settings offered by each community. Some are vibrant and high-energy; others are more laid back and relaxed. There’s no wrong or right choice here – it’s about finding what works best for you.

Once you’ve narrowed down your CCRC choice and added yourself to the waitlist, spend as much time as possible on campus. This will help ensure that it’s the right fit for you before making the move.

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