Continuing Care Retirement Community Search – HUD Senior Living Report Launched

An online senior living directory has released a new report that outlines six types of housing communities available to elderly individuals. serves as a virtual guide designed to help seniors navigate all aspects of life after retirement – from accessibility products to social clubs. The site’s latest release intends to support the elderly and their loved ones in determining the best housing option for their needs.

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The new report details six of some of the most common types of senior living communities available: assisted living, independent living, skilled nursing, residential care, continuing care retirement communities, and memory care. Readers can use the guide to explore each housing category’s unique features, including income qualifications, age requirements, and level of medical support.’s report begins by describing independent living communities, which allow individuals over the age of 55 to rent or buy a house, condo, apartment, or villa with added amenities. Seniors looking for a more affordable independent housing option can search for HUD and LIHTC communities, which can provide a below-market rent depending on the tenant’s income.

The guide goes on the explain the characteristics of assisted living facilities (ALF), which offer seniors more hands-on support with daily tasks such as cleaning and mealtime. Although these types of communities can significantly improve one’s quality of life, they typically run at a higher cost than independent living, making them less accessible to low-income seniors.

Seniors who need either short or long-term medical support may benefit from a skilled nursing facility, most of which accept Medicaid and Medicare. Controlled memory care facilities, on the other hand, may prove to be more suitable for individuals with advanced memory-loss diseases such as Alzheimer’s.

The report also provides information about residential care facilities (RCF), which offer room, board, and various types of personal and medical care to seniors in a shared group setting.

Lastly, readers can learn about continuing care retirement communities, which provide independent living as well as higher-level care depending on the progression of a senior’s medical needs.

Those who need additional guidance in navigating the various housing options available for senior citizens can explore’s online directory and selection of other informative articles.

A spokesperson for the company said: “Our continuous dedication to improve quality of life for our senior community enables seniors to have a more fulfilling life and enjoy retirement. We believe in conducting ourselves with honesty, integrity, and professionalism.”

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