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San Jose Low Income-Affordable facilities & listings

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1033 Lick Ave, San Jose, CA, 95148

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60 N. Third Street, San Jose, CA, 95112

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1500 CUNNINGHAM AVE, San Jose, CA, 95148

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1710 ALUM ROCK AVE, San Jose, CA, 95148

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77 Kentucky Place, San Jose, CA, 95148

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2400 ENBORG LN, San Jose, CA, 95148

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947C Branham Lane, San Jose, CA, 95148

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132 N. JACKSON AVE, San Jose, CA, 95148

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3021 HUFF AVE, San Jose, CA, 95148

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2627 MADDEN AVE, San Jose, CA, 95148

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What is Continuing Care?

Continuing Care Retirement Communities (CCRC) are residential campuses that provide a continuum of care from private units to assisted living and then skilled nursingcare, all in one location. CCRCs are designed to offer active seniors an independent lifestyle from the privacy of their own home, but also include the availability of services in an assisted living environment and on-site intermediate or skilled nursing care if necessary...Read More

Senior Care Data Points

How big will long-term care services grow as an industry and what factors influence this growth?

By 2050, the number of individuals using paid long-term care services in any setting (e.g., at home, residential care such as assisted living, or skilled nursing facilities) will likely double from the 13 million using services in 2000, to 27 million people. This estimate is influenced by growth in the population of older people in need of care.

Source: USDOHHS and USDOL The future supply of long-term care workers in relation to the aging baby boom generation

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