Continuing Care Retirement Communities Fort Worth TX

There are many different options in the CCRC industry. For example, consider the community size when making your decision; do you prefer a large community with many options and services, or something smaller and more individualized? Would you prefer a more “formal” environment or are you a casual person at heart? There are CCRCs of all types and sizes, and you should find one where you will feel most at home. Use the list below as a starting point for asking questions when visiting or contacting these senior retirement communities.

Tarrant County Area Agency on Aging
(817) 258-8081
210 E 9th St
Ft. Worth, TX
Types of Care
Area Agency on Aging

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Nurescore of Ft Worth
(817) 926-2355
2517 8th Ave Ste 101
Ft. Worth, TX
Types of Care
Home Care

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Orthopedic Home Care
(817) 847-8888
2501 Parkview Dr Ste 303
Fort Worth, TX
Types of Care
Home Care

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MedCare at Home
(817) 329-8988
2630 West Freeway, Suite 132
Fort Worth, TX
Services
Nursing homes, In home

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Cardiovascular Home Care, Inc.
(817) 847-8888
2501 Parkview Drive
Fort Worth, TX
Services
Nursing homes, In home

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Amedisys Home Health of Fort Worth
(817) 335-1777
2501 Parkview Drive, Suite 100
Fort Worth, TX
Services
Nursing homes, In home

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James L West Alzheimer Center
(817) 877-1199
1111 Summit Ave
Ft. Worth, TX
Types of Care
Alzheimer's/Dementia Care

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Medcare @ Home A Caresouth Company
(817) 882-8848
2630 West Freeway Suite 132
Fort Worth, TX
Services
Nursing homes, In home

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Serenity Hospice
(817) 881-2035
554 South Summit
Fort Worth, TX
Services
Nursing homes, In home

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Trinity Terrace
(817) 338-2400
1600 Texas St
Fort Worth, TX
Services
Nursing homes, Continuum Care

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Selecting a Continuing Care Retirement Community

Selecting a Continuing Care Retirement Community

In recent years, many attractive options for seniors interested in retirement living have emerged. One popular option is the Continuing Care Retirement Community, or CCRC. This type of community is different from other housing and care options for seniors because it offers a long-term contract that provides for housing, services and nursing care, usually all in one location.

Continuing Care Retirement Communities offer some distinct advantages, including physical and financial security, independence and access to health care, companionship of friends and neighbors of similar age, and access to community facilities and privacy. The CCRC's emphasis on the individual, coupled with a supportive environment, allows you to continue to pursue your lifelong interests.

There are many different options in the CCRC industry. For example, consider the community size when making your decision; do you prefer a large community with many options and services, or something smaller and more individualized? Would you prefer a more “formal” environment or are you a casual person at heart? There are CCRCs of all types and sizes, and you should find one where you will feel most at home. Use the list below as a starting point for asking questions when visiting or contacting these senior retirement communities.

If you have decided that a Continuing Care Retirement Community is the best option for yourself or a family member, it is best to visit a few facilities. Here is a checklist of things to keep in mind and questions to ask as you decide what facility is best for you:

  1. Find out what kinds of services the facility offers and which ones are included at no extra cost. Sometimes extra services are only available for additional fees.
  2. Inquire as to what kinds of contracts are available to you. The CCRC contract is a legal agreement between you (the consumer) and a Continuing Care Retirement Community. This agreement generally secures living accommodations and services, including health care services over the long-term. Determine what fee structure and contract option best suits your personal circumstances. The three most common types of CCRC agreements are:
    1. Extensive contract: this offers unlimited long-term nursing care for little or no substantial increase in your usual monthly payments.
    2. Modified contract: this includes a specified amount of long-term nursing care beyond which you are responsible for payment.
    3. Fee-for-service contract: you pay full daily rates for all long-term nursing care required.
  3. Find out if the CCRC is subject to licensure. Ask to see the most recent inspection reports.
  4. Find out what the payment schedule is. Also, find out if the residents own or rent their living space.
  5. Find out if the CCRC is accredited by the Continuing Care Accreditation Commission, the only accrediting body for CCRCs. Visit the CCAC website at www.ccaconline.org to...

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