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What’s the difference between Residences at Deer Creek and a continuing care retirement community (CCRC)? Both provide housing and assistance to accommodate the needs of older adults to sustain a high quality of life with attractive and comfortable amenity space, stimulating programming, nutritious meals and helpful staff.

But the CCRC’s approach to providing care is based upon an assembly line. Residents moving into a CCRC typically move up to three times more after their initial move as their care requirements change. It is also common for CCRC’s to charge a hefty upfront entrance fee which limits a resident’s financial freedom.

Residences at Deer Creek, in Schererville, focuses on the resident. If care or assistance is needed, it is provided directly to the resident in the privacy of their own home without moving multiple times. Removing the multiple-move process reduces stress, and provides comfort because care and assistance are available at anytime if needed. Additionally, hospice services are coordinated, if required, to allow residents to remain in the comfort of their home.

Unlike CCRCs, Residences at Deer Creek does not require upfront entrance fees. Residents occupy their apartments on a month-to-month basis; if a resident wants to leave, they do not have to wait for their unit to be resold to recover the entrance fee, providing financial flexibility and freedom.

If you are looking for a stress-free retirement and to maintain your financial freedom, join us at Residences at Deer Creek, 401 E. U.S. 30, Schererville, at (219) 864-0700.

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