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Providers Include:

Real Estate Brokers, Retirement Life Communities,

50+ Living, and More

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Urban Living:

  • Easier lifestyle

  • Limits the need to drive

  • Public transportation 

  • Restaurant options

  • Markets

  • Museums

  • Drugstores 

  • Culture

55+ Communities:

  • Comfort

  • Safety

  • Socialization

  • Activities

  • Camaraderie

  • Downsizing to a smaller living space 

Continuing Care Retirement Communities (CRRC):

  • Provides independent living

  • Options to move into an assisted living or nursing care

  • Eliminates typical homeowner's responsibilities

Assisted Living Communities:

For those who can no longer complete activities of daily living independently.​ Each facility/community has different criteria. 

Assistance may include:

  • showering,

  • getting dressed,

  • distributing medication,

  • bathroom assistance,

  • wheelchair assistance,

  • shopping, and more.

Skilled Nursing Care Facility (SNF):

Nursing Care Community/FacilityGuide:

  • This website, created by ProPublica, reports the total of track ratings from the last 3 years to find the severity of deficiencies. 

  • Deficiencies are given when the nursing home facility fails to meet specific requirements which are identified by the letter A (the least serious deficiency) to the letter L (the most serious deficiency).

  • The tracker can help you choose the right place for you to live.

  • Each facility is surveyed by different teams. Some are more specific and may be stricter, giving great facilities a bad deficiency. 

  • In searching of a facility, you must give the exact name of the nursing facility that the company goes by, especially since some of them are under the umbrella of a larger company.

Learn more here about the state survey process.

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To learn about:

  • How Oasis Senior Advisors can help you find senior living that is right for you.

  • Brain Health

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