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Long-Term Care at Windsor Run

What Is Long-Term Care?

Designed for individuals who can no longer live independently, long-term care provides complete support with dressing, eating, and more, plus access to around-the-clock medical care and assistance.

What Are the Benefits?

Your loved one receives specialized, 24-hour care in a nurturing environment. Our long-term care residents benefit from the convenience of our on-site medical center and the attention of a dedicated team of doctors, nurses, and therapists.  

What Makes Us Different?

It starts with our integrated care model. We emphasize quality care, consistency, and attention to detail and encourage communication between families, medical providers, caregivers, and staff. Our goal is to help your loved one thrive.

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Long-Term Care Residences

Each long-term care resident enjoys a private suite with a half bath. You're welcome to decorate your loved one's space with photos, artwork, and other keepsakes that are meaningful to them.

Suites include the following features:

  • All-private bedroom room with private bath
  • TempurPedic® bed
  • Private telephone line
  • Large picture window that provides an abundance of natural light
  • Basic cable TV
  • Individual thermostat for comfort
  • Locked medicine cabinet to create efficiencies in managing medications

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Our Long-Term Care Services

If someone you love has difficulty managing day-to-day tasks like eating, dressing, or bathing, long-term care can provide peace of mind.

We offer a wide range of services and support, including:

  • IV therapy
  • Wound care
  • Catheter and colostomy care
  • Gastronomy tube management
  • Dining assistance
  • Pain management
  • Pulse oximetry
  • Oxygen
  • CPAP
  • Palliative care

Our continuing care neighborhood is designed with gathering spots for group activities and family-style dining, plus intimate spaces for quiet conversation.

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What Activities Will Your Loved One Enjoy?

Our long-term care residents have independence over their own daily schedules. Our dedicated caregivers are here to assist and guide your loved one through a variety of fun, engaging activities of their choosing.

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Long-Term Care Services

Long-term care is offered around the clock with the benefit of a private apartment in a warm, engaging community setting. The long-term care daily rate includes your apartment with full, private bath, plus the following:

  • Individualized service plan designed by a care team
  • Complete assistance from staff for activities of daily living including bathing, dressing, eating, and grooming
  • Regularly scheduled registered nurse review and assessment
  • Assessment and coordination of health care services
  • Management of chronic but stable medical conditions
  • Assistance with medical appointment scheduling for on-site medical center
  • Medication management and administration by trained and certified staff
  • Prescription ordering by licensed and certified staff
  • On-site medical center physicians
  • Licensed nurses on duty 24 hours a day, 7 days a week
  • Incontinence products and care
  • All meals with snacks available throughout the day
  • Weekly housekeeping with personal laundry and linen service
  • Full programming calendar including, spiritual and religious services and events
  • Full-service hair salon available at nominal rates
  • Pull cord communication system
  • Basic cable TV service
  • All utilities
  • Gated community with 24-hour security

Frequently Asked Questions

Browse our most frequently asked questions about long-term care at Windsor Run. Don't see your question here? Call 704-610-5168 or email for your free brochure or to discuss your specific needs.

A: Long-term care offers complete assistance with day-to-day tasks like bathing, eating, dressing, and using the bathroom. It's most appropriate for older adults who:

  • Struggle to safely and adequately meet their own care needs
  • Have major health conditions such as diabetes, Parkinson's, COPD, or chronic heart failure, or are at a high risk for stroke
  • Live with advanced dementia or Parkinson's disease
  • Have physical limitations caused by a stroke 
  • Can no longer live independently after a hospitalization

A: Yes. Our long-term care rooms come with standard furniture including a TempurPedic® bed, chair, television, and bureau. However, you're welcome to bring your own furniture and are encouraged to decorate the apartment with photographs, art, and personal items.

A: The nursing team takes a modern approach to medication management with the goal of reducing the use of antipsychotics when possible. We use a holistic approach to care including programming and consistent staffing to manage behavior.

A: Residents have opportunities for individual activities like quiet reflection or reading, small group gathering spaces, and group activities like chair exercise, group games, and crafts.