Large-campus continuing care retirement / life plan communities “are few in number but clearly significant in impact,” according to Ziegler, which shares characteristics of the properties.
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U.S. nonprofit continuing care retirement / life plan communities will see an uptick in occupancy and a focus on expense control in 2016, according to the latest Fitch Ratings outlook report for the category.
LeadingAge is not requiring its continuing care retirement community members to start calling themselves life plan communities, but the organization says its research shows that those that do might have more success in attracting a new generation of residents. That’s one message shared with operators during a Dec. 2 Q&A webinar.
Life plan community is the new name for continuing care retirement community that has arisen from the CCRC Namestorm initiated by LeadingAge and Mather LifeWays. The name was announced at the opening general session of LeadingAge’s annual meeting Sunday.
The largest assisted living providers, as well as details about independent living, affordable housing and CCRCs, are part of the latest LeadingAge Ziegler 150 report.