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All-Inclusive Pricing for Independent and Assisted Living

At Encore, our independent and assisted living communities offer all-inclusive pricing. What does this mean? All-inclusive pricing is a set monthly rate that helps seniors easily plan their monthly expenses. Some of the benefits in the monthly rate include: all utilities, cable television, chef-prepared meals, individually-controlled heating and air conditioning, scheduled transportation, in-room emergency security, housekeeping services, planned activities and outings, and apartment maintenance.

More information on Encore’s All-Inclusive Pricing program is available from one of our independent or assisted living communities.

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