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Assisted Living Windsor, VT



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Assisted Living Facilities in Windsor, VT

Historic Homes of Runnemede - Evarts House

40 Maxwell Perkins Lane, Windsor, Vermont 05089

Windsor County

License #: 374

Capacity: 14 people

Phone #: 802-674-6733

Historic Homes of Runnemede - Stoughton House

40 Maxwell Perkins Lane, Windsor, Vermont 05089

Windsor County

License #: 161

Capacity: 31 people

Phone #: 802-674-6733

Willows Of Windsor

121 State Street, Windsor, Vermont 05089

Windsor County

License #: 44

Capacity: 14 people

Phone #: 802-674-5534

Davis Home

45 State Street, Windsor, Vermont 05089

Windsor County

License #: 21

Capacity: 18 people

Phone #: 802-674-5300

Village at Cedar Hill

92 Cedar Hill Drive, Windsor, Vermont 05089

Windsor County

License #: 1003

Capacity: 72 people

Phone #: 802-674-2254

Windsor, Vermont Assisted Living for Seniors

Windsor is a beautiful city in Vermont that offers numerous recreational opportunities, rich history, and a unique, vibrant commercial base. Nature lovers enjoy the mountains, lakes, forests, and rivers that the town has to offer. Fun shopping experiences, a quaint downtown, and records of innovation that spans across centuries also add to the factors that make the city an incredible destination for retirees to call home or visit. With so much to do and see, it is important to note that the town has its fair share of seniors who enjoy living in the city.

Various assisted living facilities around Windsor city meet the unique needs of aging baby boomers. Their mission is to ensure independence and safety of older adults while offering a less costly approach to delivering some of the services that nursing homes offer, either by employing healthcare personnel or contracting home health agencies and other outside experts. When it comes to the bathrooms that the facilities offer, resident rooms and shared bathrooms may have common lavatories, toilets, and bathing facilities.

Homes that take care of people with disabilities also make sure that bathroom facilities are accessible to people with disabilities. Most facilities have roll-in showers that measure three feet by five feet and no greater than half an inch lip for use by disabled individuals. When residents are sharing bathrooms in the senior living facilities in Windsor, they should have at least one bathtub or shower for eight occupants, a lavatory for six residents and a toilet for six occupants depending on state regulations for the assisted living residences. provides comprehensive resources on various senior living options, including: assisted living facilities, senior living communities, nursing homes, independent living communities, continuing care retirement communities (CCRC) and all other long term senior care options, including memory care such as Alzheimer's or Dementia.

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