What is a Continuing Care Retirement Community?

As we near the age of retirement, deciding where we will spend those golden years becomes increasingly important. You may be healthy now, but what happens when the natural aging process causes your healthcare needs to change? A smart approach to this burning question is to move to a Continuing Care Retirement Community (CCRC). These communities offer peace of mind for residents and their loved ones by providing all levels of care, community and social engagement, and maintenance-free living. 

A Full Continuum of Care

A Continuing Care Retirement Community, also known as a CCRC or Life Plan Community,  provides access to multiple levels of care on one single campus. Residents can seamlessly transition from independent living to assisted living or skilled nursing without the stress of having to relocate to another community. 

Communities like Hoosier Village may also offer memory care and rehabilitation/therapy services on their campus as well – providing a one-stop-shop for your ever evolving healthcare needs. This proactive approach to your future can alleviate the stress loved ones often face when coordinating healthcare for their aging loved ones. 

Life Enrichment & Amenities

Loneliness and feelings of isolation can become a concern for older adults who live alone or far away from family and friends. Continuing Care Retirement Communities naturally create a vibrant and social atmosphere where residents can engage in meaningful social interactions with their peers. 

Communities like Hoosier Village have dedicated staff who seek to provide an enriching lifestyle for residents with planned outings, guest speakers, musical entertainment, and guided skill classes on various topics. Residents of Hoosier Village also enjoy many onsite amenities including an accredited arboretum, gathering spaces for groups and clubs, a hair salon, library, technology lab, woodshop, and wellness center with an indoor pool. 

At Hoosier Village, the overall well-being of residents is our priority. Wellness programs, guided fitness classes, and access to on-site healthcare services allow for a proactive approach to health ensuring our residents can maintain an active and healthy lifestyle. 

Maintenance-Free Living

The older we get, the more difficult it can become to maintain our homes. Continuing care retirement communities provide maintenance-free living for residents. With all housekeeping, maintenance, and yard work taken care of for you, you are free to spend your golden years doing the things you love.

Hoosier Village also provides multiple dining options for residents including restaurant style dining rooms, a Bistro for breakfast and lunch, and a 24/7 grab and go market with household essentials. Residents of Maple Knoll Village also enjoy an added level of comfort with the 24/7 presence of security staff and an emergency response system. 

Choosing to move to a Continuing Care Retirement Community is a forward-thinking decision that your future self will thank you for. It is not about simply finding a place to retire; it’s about finding a home that will adapt to your changing healthcare needs and provide a supportive community where you can thrive. Embrace your future with confidence by choosing a continuing care retirement community like Hoosier Village, your new forever home in the Greater Zionsville area. 

If you are interested in learning more about Hoosier Village or would like to schedule a tour of the community, please call 317-973-4393 or fill out the form below.


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