Life Care, one of the few true ‘happily ever afters.’
How can you protect yourself when the biggest challenge to your health care future is that you can’t know exactly what challenges you’ll face? The solution — to your anxieties, your health care future, and your financial wellbeing — is Life Care.
How it works
Monica lives in a 1-bedroom Independent Living apartment home at Arbor Oaks. A life-long fitness buff, she’s active and happy, taking advantage of the lifestyle afforded her in this thriving community. She doesn’t give much thought to long-term health costs that could crop up someday. If she ever needs health services, she knows where she’ll get them (right here), and she’ll have a good idea of what they’ll cost.
Monica has Life Care.
If Monica ever needs to move into a skilled nursing suite, her monthly fee will be modified only slightly to a figure that’s the average of all Independent Living monthly fees. She did the math before she moved to Arbor Oaks, and she knows what she would pay for Skilled Nursing without Life Care would be much more than her rates with Life Care. “I’ll save thousands!” she realized. “Plus, my estate gets back as much as 90% of my entrance deposit when I leave Arbor Oaks.” She said the choice was easy: Arbor Oaks at Crestview with Life Care.
Meet Sherry and Chuck.
Sherry and Chuck also live at Arbor Oaks, with recreation, travel and great-grandchildren filling their independent lifestyle. They’ve planned well and made sure they were prepared for long-term health costs – just in case. And that’s why they have Life Care.
Chuck and Sherry have Life Care.
They often talked about long-range plans, and how they would manage living in their family home if either of them ever needed long-term health care. They didn’t like the idea of keeping up with homeownership costs while also facing the costs of assisted living or skilled nursing – or the prospect of running back and forth between the home and the health center. It was, in fact, Monica who suggested they look into Life Care at Arbor Oaks. As soon as they did, they knew they could resolve their concerns. Living at Arbor Oaks would mean health services within an easy walk, and manageable costs, too. They learned their monthly fees would rise slightly if either needed assisted living, skilled nursing or memory support. “We wouldn’t be doubled-up,” Sherry said, “paying upkeep on the house and residential health care at the same time.” With costs under control, and their estate protected with the 90% refundable entrance deposit, they saw they could indulge in all their plans unencumbered by worry. “We realized if we ever needed it, we’d get great long-term care,” Chuck added. “But enough about that. We’re focused on having a good time.”
The concept’s simple.
Come to Arbor Oaks, pay the entrance deposit (which is up to 90% refundable when you leave) and start paying the monthly fee (which is based on the residence you choose and covers most of your living costs — utilities, meal plan, maintenance, you name it.)
Crestview has one of the best reputations for health care in Texas, earned from thousands and thousands of residents for over well more than half a century. Crestview offers an unbeatable balance of experience, proven technology, and ICARE (integrity, compassion, accountability, respect, and excellence) commitment.
It’s as close to a storybook ending as real life can be.
No matter what happens in any legislature, you have Life Care’s promise, protection and predictability so your days can be worry-free and your sleep uninterrupted. Interested? Connect or come see where Life Care sets you free to wish upon the stars.
Life Care FAQ
No, but consider how that’s to your benefit. First, the refundable entrance deposit makes living here feel like a safe investment that’s similar to homeownership. Second, since you don’t own it, you don’t pay property taxes or property insurance. Third, maintenance is provided, and if anything ever goes wrong (or backs up, won’t turn on or off, or goes whacka-whacka-whacka), you call and we’re there in a flash. Arbor Oaks at Crestview owns and maintains the property that you fully treat like your home (because it is), and you can live there as long as you want to.
The entrance deposit is roughly comparable to area home costs, and it’s extraordinarily helpful to discuss this cost with a sales counselor early in your inquiry. Keep in mind that your entrance deposit will be as much as 90% refundable when you leave Crestview, ensuring your estate is protected.
The Monthly Service Fee starts around $2,700 and covers most of the costs of living – from dining to program costs to utilities. The floor plan you choose is, however, the prevailing influence on what your Monthly Service Fee will be. And if you’re a couple, there’ll be a second person cost added monthly. Consult your sales counselor to ascertain the precise amount.