UWRA’s Partnership with Era Living
ABOUT THE PARTNERSHIP
The University House communities developed out of UWRA’s interest in offering UW retirees a peer community with strong ties to University programs and services. Following a years-long research and discovery process, the UWRA board selected Era Living as its partner in recognition of their successful collaboration with the Seattle Education Auxiliary to create Ida Culver House Broadview, and the company’s reputation for quality in buildings, healthcare services, amenities, and programming.
All University House residents receive the benefit of the character of these retirement communities, which offer academically- and culturally-oriented programs that serve the interests of residents. All University House residents, whether UWRA members or not, may participate in activities and events offered by UWRA.
Through their affiliation with UWRA and the UW, Era Living has worked with the schools of Social Work, Pharmacy and Nursing to connect student and faculty research and programs on aging to quality of life improvements for University House residents.
University House residents and Era Living have provided generous financial support for the UWRA-University House Scholarship, which is awarded each year to students pursuing research or careers related to aging.
UWRA members receive priority on depositor waiting lists for either community. Members also receive a partial waiver of community fees when they move in. To maintain this priority and waiver, members who are depositors must keep their UWRA memberships current; at the time of move-in, members must convert their membership to a UWRA University House Life Membership. To learn more about this benefit and your eligibility, please contact UWRA at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Parents of UWRA members also receive priority on depositor waiting lists for either University House community and a partial waiver of community fees at move-in. To maintain this priority and waiver, members whose parents are depositors must keep their UWRA memberships current; at the time of a parent’s move-in, members must convert their membership to a UWRA University House Parent Life Membership. To learn more about this benefit and your parents’ eligibility, please contact UWRA at email@example.com.
FOR MORE INFORMATION
To learn more about the member benefit, eligibility, membership requirements, or questions related to the UWRA-Era Living partnership, please contact UWRA at firstname.lastname@example.org.