At Christian Living Communities (CLC), we know how hard it can be to find the right senior living community. When you’re going through this process, it’s normal to have questions along the way. Below are some of the most frequently asked questions to assist you in your senior living journey.
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What senior living options does CLC offer?
Across the CLC communities, the senior living services that we offer include:
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Does CLC offer skilled nursing and senior rehabilitation?
Yes, CLC offers both skilled nursing and senior rehabilitation.
Skilled Nursing: At CLC, we understand that some seniors need the support that comes with 24-hour routine care and assistance. But what makes our communities special is the belief that needed some extra support shouldn’t stop anyone from fun or personal growth. Many of our communities implement an approach to skilled nursing that is dedicated to helping residents stay connected and engaged.
Short-term Rehab: Whether you’re recovering from a recent injury or illness, our expert senior rehabilitation team offers occupational, physical and speech therapies to help older adults get back home faster.
What makes CLC different from other senior living communities?
Part of what makes CLC communities unique is what we call the “Not-For-Profit Difference.” As a not-for-profit organization, we’re dedicated to helping seniors celebrate life. By being accountable to a board of directors and not shareholders, we are able focus in on growing our mission.Also, many of our senior living communities offer a full continuum of care. That means as resident’s needs change, they won’t have to worry about leaving the community.
As a leader in senior living, what partnerships does CLC have?
At Christian Living Communities, our partnerships are an essential part of who we are. Here are some of the partners who have helped us provide engaging retirement lifestyles to residents across all of our communities.The Eden Alternative: An organization that helps us stay focused on encouraging residents to improve their well-being by finding more opportunities for socialization.Masterpiece Living: Our partnership with Masterpiece Living is focused on helping residents maximize their potential.LeadingAge: As proud of the LeadingAge Colorado chapter, we’ve proudly signed the Quality First covenant which is holds us to higher standards in the senior living industry.The Alzheimer’s Association: The Alzheimer’s Association in Colorado plays an important role in training our staff for serving seniors with Alzheimer’s or dementia.
How much does senior living cost?
The cost to live at a CLC senior living community depends on each residents’ unique needs, individualized service plan and the floor plan that’s chosen. For more information, contact our friendly team today. We’d be happy to help find the best senior living option for you or your loved one.
Making A Gift To CLC
How can I help support the mission of CLC?
Our mission at CLC is to enrich the quality and dignity of life for older adults. And you have the power to help us make a difference. We offer a variety of ways to help us give back to older adults and our communities. To learn more about how you can make a difference or to donate to CLC, click here.
Can I become a senior living volunteer at CLC?
Financial donations aren’t the only way to help us with our mission. We are always looking for volunteers to help us add to the amazing culture we provide for residents across all CLC communities. Our volunteer programs are based in our owned communities in the Denver area. Learn more about how you can make a difference today.
Scheduling A Tour
How do I set up a tour for a CLC senior living community?
The first step to setting up a tour at CLC is reaching out to the communities you’re interested in. When you contact us, we will talk to you about your unique needs and how we can help. Click here to find a community near you and schedule your tour today.
Unique Programming And Activities
What kind of senior living amenities are available at CLC?
From beautiful scenic views to a welcoming atmosphere, our senior living communities offer a wide variety of engaging amenities for residents to explore. While the amenities we offer vary based on the community, there are some key programs that are provided through all of CLC.Rhythms Life Enrichment Services: We believe that each person has their own unique background and interests. Our communities strive to honor each person’s story by helping them build their social, intellectual, inspirational and physical wellness.Duet Hospitality: Duet Hospitality is redefining what the dining experience can be at senior living communities. Our program is focused on creating memorable experiences for residents while offering expertise in nutrition.
Does CLC have a unique memory care program to help residents with Alzheimer’s or dementia stay engaged?
Yes, at Christian Living Communities our unique memory care program is called Rhythms Dementia Services. It’s our way of identifying each memory care resident’s natural rhythm of life and adapting our services to best support them. For more information about Rhythms Dementia Services and our other signature programs, click here.
Does CLC offer short term stays?
There are several senior living communities that offer short-term stays. It’s a great option for senior caregivers looking to handle other responsibilities or to see what the lifestyle at a senior living community is like.
What are adult day services?
Adult day services give families peace of mind knowing that their senior loved one is well cared for during the day while they handle their other responsibilities. Think of it as a club-like program that’s designed for older adults. Your senior loved one will have more opportunities for meaningful moments and social connections. Our adult day services can also provide support and expert care for seniors in need of memory care.