Helpful Resources

Choosing the right senior living community is a big decision. At Wichita Presbyterian Manor, we're happy to be of assistance during this time of transition by offering a variety of resources to better educate and equip you for making a decision.

Deciding what kind of care you or your loved one needs can be confusing. We've put together an infographic, Understanding Senior Living, to assist you. Learn about living options, types of care and respite options.

There are many things to consider when seeking the perfect senior living community, so we've put together a Senior Living Tour Checklist containing a list of tips and questions to ask when touring senior living communities. When it comes to financial matters, Wichita Presbyterian Manor offers a variety of Financial Options to serve and meet the financial needs of our current and future residents.

If you're uncertain exactly when is the best time for you or your loved one to move into a senior living community, there are many things to consider. Check out these guides and resources:

Many legal and financial issues face seniors and their families as well. Below are several resources to assist with managing money and legal issues:

You can also check out our Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) and our Glossary of common senior living and care terms.

Just Ask. Together we'll find the answers.

At Wichita Presbyterian Manor, we not only strive to be a resource for our residents and their families, we want to provide information to those who are not. We’re here to help you meet the challenges we all face as we grow older.

If you or your loved one are thinking about moving to a senior living community, we will help you find the answers that are right for you and your family.

Please call us for more information or contact us.

Links to other helpful resources:

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