Campus living is just what it sounds like: all of the potential levels of support situated together on one campus.

Typically this means a move to independent living with all of the opportunities that brings – but with the “safety net” of rehabilitation and skilled nursing stays, assisted living, and even memory care on one campus.


Campus living offers all of the benefits of independent living – vibrant living options, connections programming that offers everything from painting classes to happy hour, a sense of community and relationships, plus more!  Surround yourself with others who are actively, creatively and intellectually involved in life…

And continue those relationships even if you need to make a move to higher level of care!

Don’t let money come between you and your future!

Many campus living communities offer a variety of financial options which enable you to choose the plan that best suits your needs. Choose from our Rental Model, Type A Life Contract or Type C Fee for Service Contract.

Financing Your Future at Juniper Communities

Rental model: Based on a straight rental agreement with an initial upfront community fee and market rate monthly rental fees. Any needs for higher levels of care would be paid for at the market rate and subject to availability at that particular community. A great first step to try the independent living lifestyle!

Type A, Life Contract: Offered at Continuing Care Retirement Communities or LifePlan Communities and best for those who are risk averse and choose to pay a higher upfront cost for continued care as your needs change. Provides housing, amenities and services, and unlimited access to higher levels of care.

Type C, Fee for Service Contract: Provides balanced approach between risk and lower initial cost.  Receive housing, amenities and services, including access to higher levels of care.  Cost of initial apartment home is below market rate and fixed. Higher levels of care available as needed at a higher monthly rate.

People in the Neighborhood

National Women’s Month

Grace Lea Stiles, one of seventeen children born on a farm in Luling, Texas to Hermon Stiles and Iona Spears-Stiles.

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Lynne Katzmann, Leader in Chief

Lynne continues to receive accolades for her excellent work leading Juniper communities into the next 30 years.

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The Real Stars of the Show!

Juniper Village at Lebanon residents John and Arlene Fravel were recently honored in a most unexpected way.

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