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Life Care Communities vs. Rental Communities: Which Is Right for You?

As you begin researching Continuing Care Retirement Communities (CCRCs) to figure out which is the best fit for your health care, financial and lifestyle needs, one of the first key decisions is choosing between Life Care vs. rental senior communities. It’s a big decision. And while it might seem complex at first glance, differentiating senior …

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SQLC and Lifespace Agreement Complete

Lifespace Communities, Inc., and Senior Quality Lifestyles Corporation (SQLC) have completed the affiliation announced last month, officially bringing three SQLC communities and SQLC’s management company, Seniority, Inc., into the Lifespace family. Lifespace is now the sole owner and operator of Seniority, Inc., and three Texas-based communities — Edgemere in Dallas, The Stayton at Museum Way …

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Lifespace Communities, Inc. and Senior Quality Lifestyles Corporation (SQLC) – two of the nation’s largest non-profit senior living owners and operators – have executed an affiliation agreement. Upon closing, Lifespace shall become the sole owner and operator of three SQLC communities, as well as SQLC’s management company, Seniority, Inc. In the months that followed the …

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Querencia at Barton Creek Raises Awareness to End Alzheimer’s

For the millions of Americans impacted by Alzheimer’s disease every day, it’s more important than ever to raise awareness. According to the Texas Department of State Health Services, the disease is the sixth leading cause of death in the United States, and Texas currently ranks fourth in the number of new cases and second in …

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Senior Residents of Querencia at Barton Creek Prepare for Solar Eclipse

The senior residents of Querencia at Barton Creek are anxiously awaiting the day when the first total solar eclipse in 99 years moves across the United States. The celestial event is captivating the nation as many prepare to observe the natural phenomenon on Monday, August 21. As the light of day fades briefly from view, …

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