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A Continuing Care Retirement Community Offers Peace of Mind

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The below article is featured on kiplinger.com, posted in September, 2014. Click here for the original article published.

Retire in Style at a Continuing Care Retirement Community
Continuing care retirement communities offer a resort-like setting and care when you need it.

Pat and Arne Cook thought they had made their last move, but when Arne suffered from a health problem and his memory was affected, it became very clear they would be in need of additional care as they grew older and they didn’t want to burden their children with this task. They began shopping for a continuing care retirement community. Follow Pat and Arne on their journey to a CCRC – from searching for that perfect community to downsizing and finally settling in.

 

As a Continuing CARE RETIREMENT COMMUNITY (CCRC), The Watermark at 3030 Park is one location prepared to meet your changing health needs, with apartments for independent living, choices like assisted living and memory care, plus rehabilitation and skilled nursing.

We further enhance your options by making LIFE CARE available, too. A valuable financial option, Life Care guarantees lifetime access to the care you need, if and when you need it, for predictable and affordable monthly rates, replacing the need for long term care insurance and providing priceless peace of mind for you and your family. Either way, you’ll enjoy resort style living, a spacious apartment, heated indoor pool, multiple dining venues with ever-changing menus, more than 90 engaging classes and more fun than you can pack into every day.

Thinking about moving into a CCRC, but need more information? Call 1-203-502-7593 to learn more and to schedule an individual, customized consultation.

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