The Windsor of Cape Coral is a community located in Cape Coral, Florida that offers assisted living and memory care services. We’re committed to providing residents with the care and support they need to live full and purposeful lives. The Windsor is thoughtfully designed to match our philosophy of service and our dedication to creating a truly enriching environment. Upon arrival, you’ll notice our lovely tropical landscaping and elegant, yet beachy architecture. With engaging activities and convenient amenities to enrich each day, residents truly thrive in our space where friends and supportive staff are always within easy reach. If you’d like to learn more about The Windsor of Cape Coral, talk with one of A Place for Mom’s Senior Living Advisors!
At The Windsor of Cape Coral, our friendly staff is available around the clock to attend to needs as they arise. We’ll handle hassles, while you expand your perspective through exploring interests old and new. You’ll find an array of carefully designed amenities and social happenings just steps from your front door. Join friends in activities such as bell choir, daily exercises, gardening classes, outings about town, and of course, bingo! Enjoy convenient services and our amazing amenities like...
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The activities director was outstanding, and a very kind person. The community is expensive but it is worth the money. The director was very nice also. I would recommend this community to others. the community looks like a 5-star hotel.
My loved one is very happy here. The care is wonderful here for the residents. The activities are available for the residents to choose from. The staff is very good about celebrating holidays and decorating for them as well. The staff checks on our loved one several times a day. The Windsor is like a big family, they even treat us like family. They knew our names from the beginning. The community has been professional and caring for the residents during the pandemic. They communicate with us about how they are handling the pandemic and the reasons why. It is worth every penny we are paying for the care for our loved one.
Some of the activities they provided was bingo, arts and crafts, exercise classes. They had festivities such as ice cream day. The food was very good. My dad had a one bedroom apartment, which was very neat and clean, It had a microwave, sink, and fridge. Very comfortable. The staff was very helpful as well as informative. They never turned down a phone call. Would absolutely recommended this to a family or friend.
I have had to bring in private care at my expense to take care of my husband. They are raising the rates. The Windsor staff is not able to meet his needs. I even sat down with the administrator on what I expect to be done for my husband. I should not have to tell the staff what needs to be done. My home is not built to be able to have him in our home otherwise I would have him home. I have a camera in his room, that is the only way I know what is going on with his care. I am not happy. The administrator is trying to work with me but the CNA's are not able to manage his care.
The nurse did a good job of evaluating my dad. They took good care of my dad. He was near end of life when he come to The Windsor. The residents were friendly. They have a nice sitting areas in the front of the community. The staff was very friendly and caring. I thought the price was good. Round the clock nursing was a big plus.
This community is outstanding!When we reached out to A Place for Mom, they were very quick to respond with 5 community recommendations and gave an outstanding overview of all five. We called in on Thursday and decided on The Windsor on that Saturday. Given our criteria and what we needed, The Windsor was immediately the place we knew we would choose. It is a medium sized assisted living with a genuine feeling of family in it. We have never come across anyone in the community that wasn't friendly or helpful. They have been particularly effective and attentive as the Covid-19 pandemic has become prevalent. They have bent over backwards to keep the residents safe, while also making sure they are still receiving proper care and staying entertained. Everything is being delivered to resident rooms including mediation. Before the pandemic, they were always putting on events and made sure there was something going on for very holiday. A lot of communities we visited were cold and did not feel like home. The Windsor feels and looks warm and as soon as you walk in, it smells fresh. The food is very good. One of the first meals we experienced was Thanksgiving with the whole community. The chef we hear has had multiple awards and the food was outstanding. As far as an institutional meal, this was one of the best we have ever had. In spite of being on complete lock down because of the pandemic, my mother has said multiple times that there is no place she would rather be.
The Windsor facility and staff are superb. It is clean, fun activities ate offered daily. And, many include invitations to family and friends. There is a strong sense of community. The whole staff, including the chef [name removed] and director of maintenance, [name removed] always joins in on the fun activities we truly enjoy our visit.
We always like to check the schedule of events for the next day each evening because the love and fun that is injected into the every event by the life enrichment staff makes it too fun to miss! Everyone at the Windsor is quick to smile and laugh. It's a great environment for our loved one.
My husband and I chose the Windsor of Cape Coral for my father in law one year ago. He was underweight, in poor health, and was in need of assistance and socialization. Since his move in, several of his chronic conditions are no longer present. He has gained 30+ pounds and is at a healthy weight. I have never seen him happier and we couldn't be happier!
My father lives at the Windsor of Cape Coral. I am always impressed by the family atmosphere and the care that is provided by an excellent staff. My Dad feels very much at home and the Windsor and extended family is always made to feel welcomed also. He is thriving!
I am a friend and care giver of a 7 year resident at the Windsor. My lady friend was able to call the Windsor home for 7 years because of the "cafeteria" style options for care available. She had mild dementia and Parkinson's disease at the start and was able to handle most of her daily activities herself. She could also communicate fairly well at the start as well. Through the 7 years she went from the most basic care, to a final care maximum option of 2 staff members helping move her every-time. The Windsor offers this step plan which keeps the expenses down a little when the resident is able to handle their personal hygiene and daily activities. The Reflections area is more assistance intensive and is a lock-down area to keep confused patients from wandering away from the facility. The Windsor had the feel of a Marriott and the food was pretty good, I just wish the chef realized what audience he was cooking for, crispy and spicey were not good choices. The staff truly CARES for the residents., While there were a few less than desirable incidents and staff interactions, I found the management to be available to hear concerns and addressed them immediately. The Living rooms and dining rooms are what made the Windsor special. It was lively and the residents seemed actively engaged in conversation and activities. I never felt my friend was treated as a hospital patient. I was able to keep her at the facility with Hospice care right till the end. In conclusion , I feel I made an excellent choice in choosing the Windsor. It was large enough to have decent food and activities but no so large that my friend became lost in the facility. Trust me , the staff KNOWS their residents. I found them to be by and large a compassionate and caring group. Put me down as a very satisfied customer!
I had a Tour with [Name removed] she was amazing and so very helpful. The staff were Friendly and the Building was clean and NO Odors. Meeting with the Head Nurse really helped me understand the move in process. And gave me comfort in knowing I was moving my Mom to the right community. Front desk [Name removed] was also very warm and inviting.
The building is very clean and no smells. Nursing Staff goes above and beyond and very caring. Staff are 5 star in this community. Very happy here and so is my mother. This is our second community and wouldn’t think of moving her anywhere. So happy we chose the Windsor I feel like family.
Clean and Staff care about the Residents. Went to HCC for an issue and it was taken care of immediately. Wouldn’t think of putting my Mother any where else. Home like Environment always greeted with a smile when I come in. Great Staff and Great Management.
Have found that there are not a lot of great options out there. My mother is most likely in her 3rd and final place. At Gulf Coast, staff was friendly, but things didn’t get done. Meds were an issue, along with services they were suppose to provide, but didn’t. At the Windsor, meds were an issue the first few months, but have now seemed to have gotten straightened out. Cleanliness of rooms seems to be an issue at each place. The squeaky wheel eventually gets things fixed. I’m there all the time, I just feel bad for the residents who don’t have someone advocating for them all the time. Unfortunately, the staff that works the hardest or has the dirtiest jobs are the ones not appreciated or paid well. Because of this, most good employees/nurses go elsewhere for just a little more in pay.
Beautiful place, but way too much turnover. If you are able to live in the assisted living area there are wonderful activities ( at least it seems so), but if you are in Memory Care, not much stimulation. No one answers the phone in the memory care department, and a lot of the time, it’s very hard to communicate with anyone. As soon as you start liking one of the caregivers, and your loved one gets comfortable with them, they’re gone. Way too expensive for that, as far as I’m concerned.
Real clean and well lit. and seemed like folks really enjoyed being there. About 90 residents.
The staff has been excellent here and they’ve been very responsive anytime we talk or have a question about the care my Mom is receiving. The food is excellent and Mom really likes it. It seems to be well balanced and well portioned so they don’t get too much of it. There are plenty of options to choose from and you can either get something really healthy or something more regular. The facility is very clean and there are no smells or anything like that. Housekeeping comes by every Monday to do her laundry first thing in the morning, dump the garbage, and then they clean the bathrooms and floors. I would recommend them.
Let's face it, there is no assisted-living, memory care or independent living situation that is going to provide a 5 star rating each and everyday. For a loved one in this type of facility, things can hum along one day and be chaotic the next. It can be a very difficult time in not only the residences life, but also the lives of their families and friends. So, when you are looking for a facility try to find one that is clean, has a caring staff of nurses and associates that meet or exceed your expectations like the staff at, The Windsor. You can count on them to manage any situation with care and genuine concern for the wellbeing of their residents. The Windsor is a moderate sized facility, so you will feel more of a home style atmosphere. The residents, if you spend any time there, will become a part of you and enrich your life in ways you never thought possible. This facility and staff are very welcoming and makes you to feel like you are part of a larger family. The Life Enrichment program deserves a 5 star rating and a gold medal - one of the pearls that The Windsor offers that sets them apart from other AL facilities. This program keeps the residents involved and busy all day long and special events happen on a continual basis, bringing the residents and their families closer. This facility has a large number of Veterans and The Windsor goes out of their way to recognize our war heroes for their service and contributions. Just take a stroll out to the courtyard where you'll see a different military flag flying with Olde Glory each month. Or walk down the hallway on the second floor to see flags from each branch of the military proudly on display. This pride for our Veterans is prevalent throughout the facility and embodies the attitude of each of The Windsor's staff, residents and their families.
The Windsor of Cape Coral has an OUTSTANDING staff. The atmosphere is filled with joy, peace, laughter, smiles and happiness. The staff is endearing to the residents and you can "FEEL THE LOVE" they have for each other and their residents. The Windsor is like going back in time to when families were families sitting on the porch and sharing food, fellowship and life together. Its like taking a trip back to the Walton's where life was easy and relaxed. Whether you are a visitor or a friend come and experience the quality of how life can truly be when love is in the air. There is a reason that the WINDSOR was voted Cape Coral's BEST!
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