Ann’s Choice Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently asked questions about Ann’s Choice


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  • Q:

    Is Ann’s Choice a continuing care retirement community? Why does it matter?

    Yes, Ann’s Choice is a continuing care retirement community. We feature several levels of more advanced care on-site, along with traditional independent living. It matters because you won't have to leave the community should you ever require additional care.

  • Q:

    Do I have to live at Ann’s Choice already to come to the Continuing Care neighborhood?

    Not at all. Any qualified person age 62 or older can come to Ann's Choice for personal care or long-term care as well as temporary care such as short-term rehabilitation or respite care.

  • Q:

    What's the difference between continuing care and independent living?

    With independent living, you'll keep enjoying the independent life you're used to—just without the hassle of repairs and yard work. As a continuing care retirement community or CCRC, we also offer a neighborhood located on our Bucks County campus that provides personal care, short-term rehabilitation, respite care and long-term care. Most independent living residents never need our Continuing Care neighborhood—but it's reassuring to have it available.

  • Q:

    How do the Ann’s Choice doctors compare to the average physician?

    Many other Bucks County care centers employ part-time doctors, but our medical staff is full-time. Plus, they specialize in senior health care. Our team also includes visiting specialists.

    Erickson Living medical team facts:

    • The team also includes physical, speech and occupational therapists, dietitians, social workers and more.
    • Our board-certified physicians average 20 years’ experience working with seniors.
    • Nurse practitioners average 15 years of experience.
    • Nurse clinical specialists in mental health average 23 years of experience.
  • Q:

    Who decides what type of care I should get?

    Our full-time Ann’s Choice doctors, nurse practitioners and social workers will complete an assessment to determine what level of care would most benefit you or your loved one.

  • Q:

    Is there a set routine I have to follow every day?

    Absolutely not. Continuing care residents are free to structure their day however they wish. Some nursing centers use a disruptive public address system—not Ann’s Choice. All communications are private.

  • Q:

    How much does continuing care cost? Who pays for it?

    All residents of our Continuing Care neighborhood pay a one-time Refundable Entrance Deposit.* After that, pricing is structured according to the level of care required. Some services, such as rehabilitation, are covered by Medicare. For details, see our pricing page or call us at 1-800-850-8986.

  • Q:

    Do you take Medicare?

    Yes, we are approved by Medicare.

  • Q:

    Do you accept Medicaid?

    Medicaid recipients have usually exhausted their funds and will not have the entrance deposit necessary to move to Ann’s Choice.

  • Q:

    Can my friends and family visit me?

    Your visitors are welcome 24-7. This is your home, so your guests are always free to drop by and see you.

  • Q:

    If I live in the Continuing Care neighborhood, will I be able to use the rest of the Ann’s Choice campus?

    Of course! Residents can take full advantage of all the amenities and activities on campus, including the indoor pool, multiple restaurants, shuttle, day trips, clubs and more.