The decision to move into a long-term care neighborhood can be overwhelming and difficult. At Wichita Presbyterian Manor, we work hard to help you or your loved one with the transition. Here are some of the most frequently asked questions from those interested in our long-term care neighborhood. If there’s a question we haven’t answered here, contact us today.
Yes, Wichita Presbyterian Manor is part of Presbyterian Manors of Mid-America, a not-for-profit organization that has been serving seniors for more than 70 years. Our not-for-profit organization means that we are able to focus all of our resources on our mission rather than serving shareholders.
Wichita Presbyterian Manor opened in 1970. Presbyterian Manor of Mid-America opened in 1949, when our first location opened in Newton.
Yes. We are a continuing care retirement community (CCRC), also known as a Life Plan Community. We have independent living, assisted living, memory care, long-term care and short-term rehabilitation.
We offer private and semi-private residences where residents can receive qualified, around-the-clock nursing care.
Assisted living residents are more independent. Our assisted living residents may be able to perform more activities and can get around as they like. They may need help with certain tasks, such as housework or bathing, but they can perform many tasks on their own. Long-term care is a solution for seniors who need much more help from a dedicated caregiver, with tasks such as getting in and out of chairs, moving around and more.
Our health services team is top-of-the-line. We have a dedicated skilled nursing team of RNs, LPNs and CNAs who provide 24-hour nursing care. We also offer a variety of physical, occupational and speech therapies customized to individual care plans.
Monthly long-term care fees are determined by the type of residence, private or semi-private. Contact us to learn more and take the next step in your journey.
We are licensed for and accept Medicaid-approved residents in long-term care. Most long-term care beds are filled internally by our own residents who are moving through the continuum.
Medicare does not cover long-term care.
Additional expenses are minimal. One of the most common additional expenses is for incontinence products, if needed.
Wichita Presbyterian Manor provides the bed, TV, nightstand, glider and dresser. Residents or their loved ones will need to provide clothes, personal items, décor and any additional furniture.
The Willows Health Care Center is a 24-hour supervised community. Exterior doors in The Willows are locked 24-hours a day. Our main campus doors are locked between 10 p.m. and 8 a.m. A team member regularly walks the building during those hours, and a nightly on-campus patrol is conducted.
Our long-term care neighborhood is 24-hour secure facility. Doors locked from 10 p.m. to 8 a.m., but visitors are welcome and encouraged any time, day or night. There are no set visiting hours.
Couples can live together in The Willows Health Care Center in a semi-private residence.
Yes. If it is a scheduled event, there is no cost for transportation. We also offer individual transportation for a fee.
Yes! You have the peace of mind to know that our trained team members can help you determine whether an outing is appropriate for your loved one or not on a given day.