ROLAND PARK PLACE AND THE COMMISSION ON ACCREDITATION OF REHABILITATION FACILITIES.
The Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities/Continuing Care Accreditation Commission (CARF-CCAC) accreditation is a valuable way for consumers to quickly identify Roland Park Place as a high-quality Life Plan community.
Accreditation assures current and prospective Residents of an organization’s integrity, and offers a public industry standard by evaluating the many retirement living options available to older adults today. CARF-CCAC is the Nation’s only accrediting body for Life Plan communities/CCRCs.
What the accreditation process means for you is that CARF-CCAC has already done the legwork of thoroughly investigating and vetting Roland Park Place as safe, financially sound and responsible organization, from operations and beyond. Rest assured that this literal “gold seal” of approval is awarded to only the very best in the senior living industry. In fact, fewer than 10% of all Life Plan or Continuing Care Retirement Communities (CCRCs) nationally achieve this accreditation. This accreditation is also evidence of Roland Park Place’s commitment to rigorous self-evaluation and continuous organizational improvement.
Roland Park Place’s sixth consecutive five-year accreditation was achieved in 2015. This accreditation speaks to the heart of our enterprise and to the substance of how we fulfill our mission on a daily basis.