It seems to me no senior who pays to move into a facility like Channing House should be forced out of their apartment unless they cannot care for themselves nor hire help. If I have the resources to remain in a Channing House apartment and can afford to have nurses or other aides help manage my care, I don't see why the facility should have the right to force me into a less independent and less private area.
Do others have experience with this at any of the senior facilities in the area? This sounds like a legal area of great importance to those of us with parents in these places or soon needing one.
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