3220 Peterson Rd, Lawrence, KS 66049
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Make sure you talk with the staff and tour to make sure this is where you want to go or not. I wish I had asked more questions about medication management and medical care in general. They've tried to communicate with me some about my loved one's care. I wish there was more, but I understand it's a difficult situation right now. I feel like they're decent at getting back to me. Another family member feels otherwise. But I thought they were great about calling about vaccinations and were real sticklers about cleanliness and keeping Covid out. I believe they've had only one case total. And they were very transparent about it, which was good.
This is a very caring, loving community who is disorganized. They are also having trouble with the pandemic. There have been residents who have contracted COVID. The management doesn't have it all together.
The staff keep us updated with COVID and their regulations. We would refer friends to this community. We've had two family members at The Windsor. They have been proactive in keeping COVID out of the community. The food is great.
Our Mother moved “home” to The Windsor of Lawrence in November 2019. She had been residing in another assisted living facility in Lawrence since 2016 and we finally determined she needed more assistance with the advancement of her dementia. The staff of The Windsor of Lawrence have been a blessing for our loved one, as well as offering her family peace of mind. Mother is finally receiving the social integration we believe she deserves and the staff is very helpful at cueing her to keep her involved. She requires assistance with hygiene, dressing and undressing. With every visit, I ask my Mother if she feels safe. I ask if everyone around her is kind. I ask her if she has any wants or needs that we can offer her. She always tells me these people here are so nice. They do everything for me. She asks me, what else could a person want for? She also tells me with every single visit, I know you worry about me. I don’t want you to put yourself through that. I am content. EVERY SINGLE VISIT, I am content. She no longer knows where she lives, where her family lives and why we can’t all be together. But, she is at peace and she feels safe where she is. The professionals who work at The Windsor of Lawrence are caring, loving and extremely hard working. I can’t imagine the challenges they all face on a daily basis during the pandemic with residents who mostly have memory care issues. I feel nothing but GRATITUDE for The Windsor of Lawrence Community.
From day one of my wife's residence in her assisted care room at the Windsor of Lawrence I have been impressed with the professionalism of the staff, the superb care provided to my wife and all the residents, the open welcome received by me during my many visits, the high quality of the meals, the fun activities enjoyed by both residents and their visitors. My wife has enjoyed a new loving family dedicated to her care and wellness.
The atmosphere at the Windsor is very family oriented. There is a relaxed country feel. The community is small enough that the staff knows your name and the names of family members. I am most grateful to the associates who helped my mother through her late stages of Alzheimer's Disease. When her memory failed her staff at the Windsor were there for her and were able to enrich her last months better than family could at home.
Both of my parents were at one point living at the Windsor, the staff have always gone above and beyond to try to get my questions answered and to help out the folks with the challenges they face with dementia and memory issues. The facility has always been very clean and well maintained whenever we visit and the staff responsive to special requests or new challenges.
[name removed] and his staff were able to care for dad in his final days while under hospice. They showed their willingness to adjust to his condition and put in extra effort to facilitate his care. [name removed] willingness to listen is their number one asset.
This is a fantastic facility and they are very involved. They communicate very well with us about how he is doing. They have a wonderful chef and they have 3 great meals a day. They try to engage him to join the daily activities. It is very clean. It has a nice courtyard it's kept up nicely with trees and flowers. I would recommend this community.
I toured here when looking for a place for my mom and at the time it didn’t fit the needs we had. It looks like they’re more geared toward memory care residents and my mother wanted an independent living situation as she is more alert. When I was there, the other residents seemed to be happy. They were doing an art activity and the activities director seemed wonderful. I wasn’t there for very long and only had a limited interaction, so this is based on first impressions. We just knew it wasn’t going to be a good fit for us.
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