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  1. Continuing care

    A continuing care community, also known as a life-care community, is a type of retirement community. In the U.S. where a number of aging care needs, from assisted living, independent living and nursing home care, may all be met in a single residence, whether in an apartment in a congregate housing facility, a room or apartment in an assisted living facility, and in a skilled nursing home. These various levels of shelter and care are housed on different floors or wings of a single high-rise building or in physically adjacent buildings, such as garden apartments, cottages, duplexes, mid- and low-rise buildings,or spread out in a campus setting. The average CCRC in the United States contains just over 330 units, made up of 231 independent or congregate livin units, 34 assisted living beds, and 70 skilled nursing home beds. On average, an older resident in the United States will live in the congregate living facility for just over three years, the assisted living facility for one year, and the skilled nursing facility for nine months. Typically, elderly candidates move into a continuing-care retirement community while still living independently, with few health risks or healthcare needs, and will remain there until end of life.

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    The numerical value of continuing care in Chaldean Numerology is: 6

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of continuing care in Pythagorean Numerology is: 9

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