October 25, 2021 – Sacramento and Palm Springs, CA – Windsor Care Center of Sacramento and Windsor Court Assisted Living, two nursing and rehabilitation centers located in Sacramento, CA and Palm Springs, CA respectively, were recognized by MemoryCare.com as one of the top memory care providers in their regions. Windsor Sacramento is a member of the Windsor family of skilled nursing, rehabilitation, and assisted living communities located throughout California and Arizona.
MemoryCare.com is a web-based service providing research-backed resources to guide caregivers and seniors in the early stages of memory impairment. They assist the process of finding and obtaining the appropriate medical care. Annually, MemoryCare.com’s team of experts and researchers curate a list of the best memory care facilities in cities around the nation.
The Windsor care centers were selected as one of the top memory care providers in their regions based on the following four criteria:
- Location (20%) – Factors include the area’s crime statistics, cost of living, proximity to health resources and access to financial assistance.
- Availability and Involvement of Experts (30%) – Includes the role of memory care experts, gerontologists, staff-to-resident ratios and percentage of staff with specialized degrees or training.
- Facility Features (30%) – Based upon safety and security features, on-site medical facilities, and mobility features (such as handrails, ramps and shower seats)
- Amenities (20%) – Features intended to make residents’ lives easier and more enjoyable, including secure outdoor spaces, social activities, and availability of transportation.
“Our high staffing levels, specialized training, and resident centric approach is what you will notice when you visit our care center,” says Patrick McAdoo-Morton, Administrator of Windsor Court. “It is amazing to have this officially recognized. Our staff ensures that our facility is welcoming, safe and fun for our residents; it is to them that we owe the credit for this award! I couldn’t be prouder.”