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Retirement Communities & Homes In Lorain

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Retirement Communities & Homes


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Business Listing   A Dreamcatcher Adult Care - Lorain, OH - Phone: (440) 960-0961


Business Listing   Adult Care by Sandy - Lorain, OH - Phone: (440) 233-7659


Business Listing   Anchor Lodge Retirement Village - Lorain, OH - Phone: (440) 244-2019


Business Listing   Angel's Adult Care - Lorain, OH - Phone: (440) 233-4249


Business Listing   Autumn AEGIS Retirement Community - Lorain, OH - Phone: (440) 282-6768


Business Listing   Carriage House Apartments - Lorain, OH - Phone: (440) 282-7701


Business Listing   Firelands Retirement Center - Lorain, OH - Phone: (440) 246-5202


Business Listing   Firelands Retirement Center Inc - Lorain, OH - Phone: (440) 246-5220


Business Listing   Hearthstone at Lorain - Lorain, OH - Phone: (440) 960-2813


Business Listing   Jesse Williams Shared Living Home - Lorain, OH - Phone: (440) 233-8100


Business Listing   Lakeview Assisted-Living Centerighborhd HSE Assctn - Office - Lorain, OH - Phone: (440) 246-0507


Business Listing   Lorain Manor Nursing Center - Lorain, OH - Phone: (440) 277-8173


Business Listing   Oak Hills Nursing Center - Lorain, OH - Phone: (440) 282-9171


Business Listing   Ohio Extended Care Center - Lorain, OH - Phone: (440) 282-5161


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Helpful Definition for: Retirement Communities & Homes

A Retirement Community, in Lorain, is a broad term that covers a variety of housing for retirees and seniors specially designed for people who no longer work or are above a certain age group. These retirement communities are planned or designed in such a way that cater to the needs of the retired and include amenities like clubhouses, swimming pools, boating, golf courses, and many more. These communities might be age restricted, in which case, it requires at least one household resident to be 55 years of age or older. There are several categorizations of retirement communities like the active communities, also known as independent living communities, active-supportive communities that are a combination of residential and healthcare facilities, and the supportive communities.

A retirement home ,on the other hand, is a housing facility that is intended for senior citizens. The house allows each person or couple in the house to have an apartment style room or suite of rooms. Some additional facilities like meals, gathering, recreation and health care are also provided within the building. The place in a retirement home can be paid on a rental basis, or bought in perpetuity. A retirement home differs from a retirement community in that it is a small building or a small complex where no common areas of socializing exist.

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