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with guaranteed access to private accom- modations in our assisted-living, skilled- nursing care, and memory-support program when needed. Amenities include a 17-acre nature preserve, a cultural arts center, a fitness center, a library, and so much more. Call to schedule your tour of Charlottesville’s premier retirement com- munity. (See ad on page 74.)


Westminster-Canterbury on Chesa- peake Bay, 3100 Shore Drive, Virginia Beach, VA 23451, (800) 349-1722, (757) 496-1785, www.wcbay.com Located on the Chesapeake Bay, West- minster-Canterbury has the ambience and features of a first-class resort. Ame- nities include formal and informal dining, a penthouse lounge, indoor pools and a spa, gardens, a fitness center, and a hair salon. In the Lifecare community, every level of health care is included in the monthly fee. (See ad on page 18.)


Williamsburg Landing, 5700 Williams- burg Landing Drive, Williamsburg, VA 23185, (800) 554-5517, (757) 565-6505, www.williamsburglanding.com Nestled in the beautiful Tidewater coun- tryside, this 137-acre gated, CARF-CCAC- accredited CCRC campus features cluster homes, townhomes, and apartments in a resort setting. Minutes from Colonial Williamsburg, the College of William and Mary, shopping, golf courses, and the area’s abundant cultural and educational opportunities, this has been Williams- burg’s community of choice since 1985. Experience an active lifestyle, multiple amenities, and award-winning health care. (See ad on page 73.) PET FRIENDLY


WASHINGTON Panorama, 1751 Circle Lane, S.E., Lacey,


WA 98503, (800) 999-9807, www.panoramaccrc.org This full-service, accredited CCRC is beau- tiful, comfortable, secure, and affordable.


It is near Joint Base Lewis-McChord and Madigan Army Medical Center. Choose from single-family homes, patio homes, and apartments. Residents appreciate a full spectrum of continuing-care services, a fitness center, and a skilled-nursing fa- cility and rehabilitation center. Residents enjoy active lifestyles and lifelong learn- ing in the new auditorium/lecture hall. Entrance fees start at $77,500. Celebrate with us 50 years of a better way of living. (See ad on page 82.) PET FRIENDLY


Patriots Landing, 1600 Marshall Circle, DuPont, WA 98327, (877) 964-4900, www.patriotslanding.com Patriots Landing, the Northwest’s pre- mier military retirement community, is nestled between the cities of Olympia and Tacoma in the tax-free state of Washington. Its campus offers cottages, independent- and assisted-living apart- ments, and secured memory care with no buy-in requirements. Enjoy our spa, pool, exclusive restaurant, club bar, put- ting green, and more. Located adjacent to Joint Base Lewis-McChord, Patriots Landing offers shuttle services to the post exchange, base exchange, commissary, Madigan Army Medical Center, base golf courses, and more. You’ve served us. Now let us serve you! (See ad on page 68.) PET FRIENDLY


Thank You to all listed communities for advertising in Military Offi cer.


make monthly payments to the retire- ment community and have no owner- ship interest in their residence.


REHABILITATION/REHABILITA- TIVE SERVICES might be needed when patients have suffered from an illness or injury or after they have undergone surgery. During the reha- bilitation process, patients receive the care they need to function again, both physically and emotionally. These services can include physical therapy, psychiatric treatment, critical care, dietetic services, and speech therapy. Patients can receive rehabilitative ser- vices in different health care settings, including hospitals, outpatient reha- bilitation facilities, and long term care facilities. In some cases, rehabilitative services also might be available to pa- tients in their own homes.


RESIDENTIAL LIVING refers to communities that allow active se- niors to live in apartments or homes. These communities often provide housekeeping services, daily meals, and maintenance services (e.g., snow removal, repairs, and landscaping).


RESPITE CARE is designed to give caregivers an extra hand as they take care of a sick family member. These services can help alleviate the stress on primary caregivers and give them much-needed breaks from their du- ties. Respite-care services are avail- able on an in-home or out-of-home basis. In-home respite care includes services such as companionship, personal care, and skilled nursing as- sistance. Out-of-home respite care services include adult day care pro- grams and caregiver support groups.


SKILLED NURSING refers to ser- vices performed by licensed nurses. Generally, skilled-nursing services are provided to patients in nursing homes. These services include tending to a pa- tient’s wounds, helping a patient bathe, and dressing the patient. In addition, skilled nurses are responsible for evalu- ating their patients on a regular basis, creating a nursing plan for patients’ care and revising it as necessary, and keeping the supervising physician up- to-date on patients’ progress.


A WELLNESS CENTER is a health care facility that promotes healthy living and the prevention of illness. Wellness centers also might offer educational programs on fitness, diet, and meditation.


— Kenya McCullum Retirement Community Sourc e  MARCH 2014 MILITARY OFFICER 95


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