Frequently Asked Questions About Life Care Retirement Communities
What is a LifeCare retirement community?
LifeCare offers a long-term contract to provide a continuum of care from residential apartments and homes to assisted living and then to nursing care. A LifeCare community may also be referred to as Continuing Care Retirement Community (CCRC).
Why choose a CCRC?
CCRCs offer seniors a fulfilling lifestyle with the assurance that extra assistance and health care will be provided as needed.
What levels of care are provided at CCRCs?
At Trezevant, spacious residential apartments and homes are offered in a campus-style setting offering stimulating activities, dining choices and social interaction for independent living. Assisted living apartments in Trezevant Terrace and a five-star nursing home. Allen Morgan Health and Rehabilitation Center are offered on campus as part of the continuing care community. The ability to move up in care as needed while staying on campus offers residents the assurance of quality, convenience and connectivity to their community.
What is residential living?
Residential living is designed to support a full, comfortable lifestyle for seniors. It provides residents with activities, services and other amenities while freeing them from heavy housekeeping and home maintenance chores.
What is assisted living?
Assisted living is for those residents who require help with the activities of daily living (ADLs), but do not need nursing care. Trained staff is available 24-hours a day to help with meals, dressing, monitoring medications and personal hygiene. There is a licensed nurse on staff at all times.
What are the advantages to accepting the Residential Reservation Agreement?
The Reservation Agreement allows a prospective resident to reserve a type of residence apartment or home while waiting for that type to become available, or while a current home is being sold. The agreement holds that home preference as the prospective resident's application and arrangements are being made. There is a Reservation Deposit required which is refundable less a $200 processing fee.
If I am interested in moving to Trezevant , but not ready to give up my home, when is the right time to move?
When you are settled in a house you love, it is difficult to make a big move to a retirement community. However, your good health is your best assurance for entrance. If you wait until you need assistance, it may be too late to quality for residency. Making a Reservation Agreement well before you think you need to move is strongly recommended. Our reservation option is for individuals who are planning for their future and would like to have a priority for their choice of residence.
What is the next step to making Trezevant my new home?
The Marketing Counselors will be happy to explain the application and admission steps. Trezevant offers several financial options to allow you flexibility in your unique long-term planning. To take the first step to your new home, call 901.515.2800 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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