Newsweek, Statista recognize 250 CCRCs with release of first-ever rankings
McGregor is proud to be recognized in this category!
Today’s senior citizens are more active than the generation before them. Consequently, senior housing options have changed to meet the expectations of these active retirees, with a wide variety of activities like fitness classes, gardening, dance lessons and book clubs, just to name a few. From living independently to assisted living and skilled nursing, each facility offers comprehensive services, ensuring residents can age with dignity and grace.
CCRCs are communities that offer independent residential living as well as assisted living and skilled nursing care. Residents, who almost always start at independent living, can transition between levels of care as their needs and health change without having to move to a different community. This continuity is desirable for a lot of seniors, but it can be costly. CCRCs, which are licensed at a state level, typically offer a payment option that covers life-care services.
For over 30 years, U.S. News & World Report has worked with leading providers of all health-related sectors, locations, and sizes to recognize those who provide the best care.
U.S. News analyzes survey data from residents and their family members at senior living communities nationwide. The top-rated communities for each level of care have been rated Best Senior Living in their categories. These ratings help families identify the best senior living communities and care options in their area and decide where they will make their new home. Independent evaluations from a trusted source can help families make better decisions and have a more positive experience.
To help readers make informed decisions, Newsweek has partnered with the respected global research firm Statista to rank America’s Best Continuing Care Retirement Communities for the first time. This year, we are proud to award the leading 250 CCRCs in the United States—places where residents not only live but thrive. McGregor made the grade at number 167!
Newsweek and global market research and consumer data firm Statista this morning are recognizing 250 US continuing care retirement / life plan communities via the announcement of their first-ever “America’s Best Continuing Care Retirement Communities 2024” rankings.