Care-inclusive communities include levels of care and medication management fees in the base monthly rent. Non care-inclusive communities charge those fees on top of the base monthly rent. For example, a resident in a care-inclusive community may make one monthly payment of $4,500 for all of the services. Whereas a resident in a non care-inclusive community may be required to pay a $1,000 levels of care charge and a $500 medication management fee in addition to paying the base rent of $3,000, for a total of $4,500. Some residents like the care-inclusive model, because it makes calculating costs simpler and provides a certainty that the costs to live in the community won't go up as a residents' needs increase. Other residents prefer a non care-inclusive model so that they only pay for the care that they use.