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Life Plan Communities are a retirement living option that encourages an active independent living lifestyle.
Residents of our Life Plan Communities can live life to the fullest by taking advantage of the many benefits of independent living, including a range of health services within a socially active community that offers exceptional amenities and a unique and vibrant lifestyle.
What is Life Care
Residents living at any Sun Health Community location as well as Sun Health At Home® members are assured access to a full continuum of care under a Life Care agreement. Life Care defines your financial arrangement so that once you are either a resident or Sun Health At Home member, all levels of care will be provided—even if your financial needs change by no fault of your own or if you outlive your assets. While there is an upfront investment associated with a Life Care agreement, the savings and peace of mind for you and your family that comes with a Life Plan Community is significant.
Every Sun Health Community location offers residents three agreement options for Life Care which include an entrance fee and monthly fee. With three life care agreements to choose from, there are options that can best fit your current health or financial situation.
Sun Health At Home offers membership plans to accommodate a variety of needs, giving members access to benefits such as in-home functional and safety assessments, health and wellbeing services, social activities and a full suite of health services provided through Life Care.
The Benefits of Life Plan Communities and Life Care
Choosing a living option is an important decision, but with a Life Plan Community, it’s easier to decide knowing you’ll have access to all levels of care within the community you love, should you ever need it.
At Sun Health Communities, care levels can range from the following:
- Independent living: Individuals who do not need hands-on care and are able to manage daily activities without extra assistance.
- Assisted living: Individuals who can live semi-independently but could still benefit from day-to-day assistance.
- Memory support: Individuals living with Alzheimer’s, dementia or other forms of memory impairment.
- Skilled nursing: Individuals with medical conditions that require moderate to total assistance with everyday life.
- Rehabilitation: Individuals recovering from injury, illness or hospitalization.