3 Continuing Care Retirement Communities in Orange County, NC
To help you with your search, browse the 9 reviews below for continuing care retirement communities in Orange County. On average, consumers rate continuing care retirement communities in Orange County 4.1 out of 5 stars. Better rated regions include Alamance with an average rating of 4.4 out of 5 stars.
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Recent Reviews of Continuing Care Communities in Orange
Review of Cedars of Chapel Hill
We chose Cedars of Chapel Hill for my mother-in-law. We visited three or four times to work out engineering plans and we're going to change a few things. It's a very spacious place. It's a 1,600 sq... Read more
Review of Cedars of Chapel Hill
Cedars is by far more expensive than other places, but everything in Chapel Hill is more expensive. They have some very nice grounds and places to walk. You have to own the unit. Cedars is near Mea... Read more
Review of Carol Woods
Carol Woods is beautiful, nice, and so laid back. It's by far my favorite and the one I would choose if I had to sign up now. It's owned by the people who live there and adjacent to a lot of townho... Read more
What Is a CCRC?
What They Are A CCRC, also referred to as a life-care community, combines residential accommodations with health services. The purpose of a CCRC is to allow residents to receive the appropriate ca...
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7 Benefits of a Continuing Care Retirement Community
"It's not just a place to have shelter and be fed. It’s a place to thrive and live a purposeful life." -- Clarice, a resident at [Westminster Gardens](https://www.caring.com/local/continuing-care...
Checklist: How to Choose the Right Continuing Care Retirement Community
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