Independent Living with the Safety of Continuing Care
Room to Grow
Senior independent living at Casa is ever-evolving to best serve the growth and wellbeing of our residents. First, we free your time with a maintenance-free retirement lifestyle and delicious chef-prepared meals available every day. And living at a Life Plan Community eases any stress about the future. More free time and fewer worries mean senior independent living residents have more opportunities to pursue interests, enjoy loved ones, and explore more of the Rancho Bernardo area.
“Why should retirement slow us down?”
– Pat G., resident
A woodworking shop, arts and crafts studio, a fully equipped fitness center, and interesting committees and clubs keep every day at Casa fresh. You can be as active and involved as you choose to be. Within this vibrant retirement lifestyle, you can try new activities or revisit long-held passions.
Sitting just beside a scenic nature preserve and overlooking Lake Hodges, Casa offers the ideal senior independent living experience for nature lovers. Join friends and neighbors for scenic hikes or simply enjoy the panoramic views from the comfort of campus.
A Smart Choice for the Future
You’re still active, but if your health needs change, a Type A Continuing Care Plan at a Life Plan Community like Casa de las Campanas provides peace of mind. Senior independent living residents can transition to higher levels of care with no increase in their monthly fee.
You can select your choice of Continuing Care Plan contracts to fit your lifestyle. A standard contract allows for a lower entrance fee, but the fee will amortize over time. A return-of-capital contract calls for a larger entrance fee, but 75% will be returned to you or your estate.
A Home to Fit Any Lifestyle
Maybe you’re looking for a comfortable home base while you’re traveling the world, or a rightsized space for two on a spacious amenity-rich campus, or a beautiful open concept layout big enough to host parties. No matter your preferred retirement lifestyle, you’ll find the right apartment at Casa.
One-bedroom apartment entrance fees starting at $276,525 and monthly fees starting at $3,111. Two-bedroom apartment entrance fees starting $365,781 and monthly fees starting at $3,729. Review our pricing page for more details.
To find out more about the energetic retirement lifestyle at Casa’s senior independent living, complete the contact form.
Why should seniors choose a Type A Life Plan Community?
A Life Plan Community (also known as a continuing care retirement community or CCRC) provides residents the comfort of inclusive services and amenities, as well as the peace of mind of knowing they’ll have care options if they need them in the future.
Why choose a not-for-profit community like Casa?
As a not-for-profit organization, our mission, vision and values govern each management and financial decision. Instead of making choices based solely on profits, surplus revenues are reinvested into the community. This focus on growth and improvement ensures Casa remains among the most stable senior living communities in the country.
Why would I choose senior independent living if I can stay in my home instead?
For seniors tired of living alone, an independent living community offers social connection and meaningful activities. For people who don’t want to cook every day, communities like Casa offer delicious chef-prepared meals in restaurant-style settings. And for people whose families worry about their safety, independent living has staff on-site 24 hours a day. Read our blog to learn more about why independent living may be the best option for you.
If I have long-term care insurance, should I still consider moving into a Life Plan Community?
Yes. Long-term care insurance is great, but policies vary and coverage is limited. A Life Plan Community like Casa offers more comprehensive support, a concrete plan for the future and predictable costs. Most long-term care insurance policies can complement the Life Plan Community contract since they’re able to be used while receiving services that are covered under their individual plans. We don’t work directly with these policies, but long-term care insurance essentially can be considered an offset of the community’s monthly fee.