Windsor Place of Wilmington A New Assisted Living Residence In Massachusetts Celebrates Grand Opening in Style
Windsor Place of Wilmington, a premier assisted living residence for seniors will host a special event to celebrate the grand opening of its 87 luxury suites on Wednesday, November 4, 2009 from 4:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. Guests will include new residents and their families, healthcare professionals, community leaders, clergy, senior center representatives, prospective residents, and many others from the greater Boston community.
Windsor Place offers a continuum of care to residents. In addition to assisted living apartments where several levels of housekeeping, personal care and medication management services are available, Windsor Place offers specialized, comprehensive help for residents with advanced needs. Suites at The Carlysle at Windsor Place have enhanced features and programs designed for residents with memory impairment resulting from Alzheimers’ and related disorders. Rehabilitation and skilled nursing care is also available nearby at Woodbriar of Wilmington.
Windsor Place is owned by the Paino family and Dennis and Elissa Sargent, longstanding members of the Greater Boston business community with deep ties to the regional medical community. The Sargents have managed Woodbriar Rehabilitation & Skilled Nursing Center since 1993.
The following spokespeople are available for media interviews:
- Dennis Sargent, Executive Director of Windsor Place of Wilmington
- Joyce Duff, a resident of Windsor Place of Wilmington
- Antonio Ferraro, a resident of Windsor Place of Wilmington
The grand opening event will be held at Windsor Place of Wilmington, 92 West Street, Wilmington, MA (on the same campus as Woodbriar Rehabilitation & Nursing Center).
Assisted living is one of the most rapidly growing forms of residential long-term care in Massachusetts, according to the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, Executive Office of Elder Affairs. For more information, please read: Assisted Living in Massachusetts, A Consumer’s Guide at http://www.mass.gov/Eelders/docs/assisted_consumer_guide.pdf