Continuing Care Retirement Community (CCRC) in New Hampshire
Life at our CCRC comes with the peace of mind that you’ll always have the care you need.
Havenwood Heritage Heights is a modern retirement community with a welcoming and comfortable atmosphere. As a continuing care retirement community, we offer older adults their choice of accommodations including independent living, assisted living, memory care and short and long-term nursing care.
If and when health needs change, our team will help you or your family member make a seamless transition to the appropriate level of care. In doing so, we can offer residents with necessary support and peace of mind.
- What is a CCRC?
- Our CCRC in Concord, NH
- Benefits of a CCRC
- Care Options
- Exceptional Dedicated Staff
- Services & Amenities
- Cost of CCRC in New Hampshire
- CCRC FAQs
What is a CCRC?
A CCRC, or a Continuing Care Retirement Community, is a senior living community with multiple levels of care. CCRCs offer accommodations for independent living, assisted living, memory care, skilled nursing and rehabilitation, allowing residents to move between levels of care.
Many adults prefer to age in place, or remain in their own home as they grow older. CCRCs provide a similar sense of security, allowing residents to stay on campus even as their needs change.
Our Continuing Care Retirement Community in Concord, NH
We have created a comfortable space where residents enjoy a purposeful life. Unlike many other independent living communities, we offer access to an ongoing and individually-tailored level of care. By building strong relationships with residents, we can ensure each individual is happy and well-cared for.
Our continuing care retirement community also provides residents with opportunities to explore their hobbies and passions. Daily activities include everything from hiking to painting. Those interested in fitness and wellness can also enjoy group exercise classes in our state-of-the-art fitness centers or join a neighbor for a walk around campus.
Benefits of a CCRC
Continuing care retirement communities are a practical option for older adults who are exploring alternatives to aging in place. First and foremost, CCRCs are appealing because these communities afford the security of a healthcare support system. If and when a resident’s medical needs change, they can easily transition to a different level of care without moving to a new community.
CCRCs are all-inclusive as well. That means you or your family member will pay one monthly fee for transportation, housing, maintenance, and more. This simplicity makes life easier for both residents and their families.
CCRC Care Options
If and when a resident needs more support, our medical professionals and social workers will be there. Because Havenwood Heritage Heights is a continuing care retirement community, you or your family member will always have access to all levels of healthcare services on both campuses.
Independent living at Havenwood Heritage Heights is designed for older adults who are seeking a strong sense of community and a maintenance-free lifestyle.
Havenwood Heritage Heights’ assisted living accommodations are perfect for someone who wants to remain as independent as possible for as long as possible but who needs some support with daily tasks.
Our New Hampshire CCRC provides memory care for residents who are experiencing cognitive decline related to dementia.
Skilled nursing is available for older adults who require 24/7 care provided by trained medical personnel. We offer both long-term and in-home skilled nursing care.
We offer short-term rehabilitation services to help residents regain their independence after an illness, injury or surgery.
Exceptional, Dedicated Staff
Providing a continuum of quality care requires a team effort. That is why Havenwood Heritage Heights is led by friendly, highly qualified professionals. Our interdisciplinary staff includes registered nurses, physical and occupational therapists, physicians, social workers, personal trainers, chefs, administrators, and more.
Services & Amenities
Our Concord, NH, CCRC affords a relaxing and engaging lifestyle. By providing a robust lineup of services and amenities, we make it easy for residents to spend their time pursuing old hobbies and new interests. Some of our services and amenities include:
- Guest accommodations
- Therapeutic recreation
- Extensive dining options
- Care management
- Centralized admissions
- Meditation rooms
- Hiking and biking club
- Movie theatre
- Indoor pool
Cost of a CCRC New Hampshire
Price is often a concern when older adults and their families begin exploring senior living options. However, transitioning to a CCRC in Concord, NH, is often more affordable than aging in place. That is because CCRCs are all-inclusive, meaning that the monthly charge includes rent, dining, maintenance, transportation, and more.
Simplifying your finances not only saves money but also provides peace of mind. Plus, since Havenwood Heritage Heights is a fee-for-service senior living community, you will only pay for the services you need, when you need them.
Why should I consider a CCRC over other levels of care?
Compared to other retirement communities, CCRCs provide immense peace of mind. You will rest easy knowing that as your needs change, you won’t have to move to another community. You can continue living where you are comfortable and see the same familiar faces each day whether you need short-term skilled nursing or memory care.
How can I know that I’ll always receive the best care possible?
At Havenwood Heritage Heights, we take pride in providing our residents with the highest quality of care possible. If you or a family member is interested in learning more about our community, we encourage you to contact our team online and schedule a tour. During your tour, you can take a closer look at the on-site healthcare center and other facilities available.
How does a continuing care retirement community work?
CCRCs work by offering a continuum of care. Older adults join the community as independent living residents and later transition to higher levels of support. If, for example, the resident needs help with showering and eating, he or she may move to assisted living.
Does Medicare cover CCRCs?
Though Medicare cannot be used to pay for the residential costs of a CCRC, this insurance may be used to pay for some community services. For example, while Medicare will not cover the cost of housekeeping, it will cover short-term rehabilitation offered at a CCRC.