33 Operating CCaHs Serving Approximately 5,000 Members
Locations as of June 30, 2018
Partial list of active CCaH who have given permission to post their websites
- At Home by Hunt, Nashua, NH; http://silverstoneliving.org/
- Confident Living, Cincinnati, OH; http://lec.org/confident-
- Friends Life Care, Plymouth Meeting, PA; https://www.friendslifecare.
- Goodwin House at Home, Alexandria, VA; https://www.goodwinhouse.org/
- LifeChoices at Bethany, Story City, IA; http://www.bethanylife.org/
- Livewell by Blakeford, Nashville, TN; https://blakeford.com/
- Longwood at Home, Oakmont, PA; https://www.longwoodathome.
- Navigation by Salemtowne, Winston-Salem, NC; https://www.
- Thrive at Home with Whitney Center; https://www.thriveathome.org/
WEBSITE MISSION STATEMENT
To provide a dynamic resource for sharing knowledge and experiences among established and planned CCaHs with the objective to help promote the growth of this valued industry.
Continuing Care at Home entities, or CCaHs, are organizations that offer seniors a type of long-term care contract to provide services such as care coordination, routine home maintenance, home care, transportation, meals, and social and wellness programs while the member resides in their own homes as well as the option for facility-based services (if desired by the member in lieu of receiving similar services in their homes) for adult day care, memory care, assisted living, or nursing care. Contractual fees for these CCaH services may be provided with a combination of one-time membership (or advance payment fee), a monthly premium, and co-payments that range from 0% to 100% when specific services are received by the member.
Similar Entities refer to Life Plan Communities (aka CCRCs) who, in addition to their standard continuing care contracts, offer seniors a long-term care contract that is related to, but different from a CCaH contract. Terminology used to describe these contracts are Early Admission (EA) or Pre-Residency Life Care (PRLC) and these options are typically only sold to prospects on a CCRC’s waiting list. In many cases the services are similar to those offered by a CCaH, but the focus is to facilitate the transition of those members from their homes to the CCRC when space is available and protects the members from unforeseen changes in their health status prior to their admission to the CCRC.