'Move in here and stay' should be the motto for continuing care retirement communities. Seniors in Atlanta can be confident in knowing that when they go to a continuing care retirement community that they can stay in that same community for the duration of their life. In these continuing care retirement communities seniors in Atlanta can sign a long-term contract and get all the housing, services and nursing care they need while remaining in the same community. Most continuing care retirement communities have single-family homes, apartments or condominiums available for these age-in-place residences. Should seniors in Atlanta need more care with their daily activities they can transfer to an assisted living facility or nursing facility in the same community. Many continuing care retirement communities are sponsored by nonprofit organizations.

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Atlanta Senior Continuing Care Retirement Communities | CCRC

CCRCs are like little towns, with different kinds of housing and different levels of care. There are apartments and/or small houses, assisted living homes and nursing homes.

Typically, you move in when you are healthy and active and stay for the rest of your life. You live in the place that provides the care you need at the moment. (There are some who have first come into the nursing care center, for example, and have gotten so much better that they moved into one of the apartments and were able to live independently with only some home care services.)

This type of care (knowing that whatever care you need is right there when you need it) costs more than other types. Typically, there is an appreciable up-front investment required, depending on the size of the cottage or apartment chosen, as well as a significant monthly fee. However, in Georgia, there are some CCRCs that charge on a month-to-month basis.


Presbyterian Village Austell
Moving to the Presbyterian Village in Austell is more than changing addresses; it’s joining a caring community. We have all the amenities and services you expect, but the number one benefit of living at Presbyterian Village is ...
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