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Winslow Court

3920 East San Miguel Street, Colorado Springs, CO 80909

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4.39

(48 reviews)

Offers Assisted Living and Independent Living
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Reviews of Winslow Court in Colorado Springs, Colorado

4.39

(48 reviews)

  • Facility

    4.8

  • Staff

    5.0

  • Food

    4.6

  • Activities

    5.0

  • Value

    4.8

Noel

5

December 7, 2023

I am a friend or relative of a current/past resident

My aunt moved into Winslow Court. Everything so far about the experience has been phenomenal. My aunt definitely likes the area and the environment there. Everyone is super friendly. The staff is very helpful in terms of getting her situated. The only downside that I could ever imagine is that it's been costlier. The meals are included. They offer shuttle service if they have any appointments or if they just want to go out to the community. They have bingo nights, game nights, and a book club. There are definitely a lot of things to do there. They are pet-friendly. They have designated areas for smokers. They offer quite a variety of foods. The facility is very well kept. You do get a lot for what you pay for in terms of services, shuttles, and events.

Shannon

5

July 16, 2023

I visited this facility

Winslow Court was the first community we visited. Tim and Nicki were wonderful during the tour. It's a nice, updated facility. I like that the dining service is kind of all day. The rooms are rather standard from what we saw at several places. They've updated everything, and it's nice. It almost looks like a newer facility, even though it's older. The only negative about the place is that the cost is a little higher than some. Also, there are not many views, and it's in a neighborhood where you don't get much views. It's not a neighborhood where you could go out and walk trails, there's not anything nearby. There's a sidewalk and a nice outdoor area, but it's not as much for an independent living person. They have a variety of rooms from studio, one-bedroom, and two-bedroom, and the medical is nice because they have a lot of staff. If you need more medical assistance, that's a good place. The tour was excellent. However, they have some long hallways, and they need to add some chairs.

Alexandra

5

January 27, 2023

I visited this facility

I toured Winslow Court. The staff were all wonderful and very informative. The rooms were great, spacious, and clean. The dining area was beautiful. It was set up like a restaurant. I didn't have a meal, but they sent us home with some cheesecake, and it was very, very delicious. The grounds were very clean. They have a courtyard. It's winter here, so we didn't get to go outside. They also have a dog run, and they have a picnic area. You can bring your family. They were playing bingo when we walked in. They had a laundry area, they had an activity area and they had a bigger activity area. It was pretty large.

Provider Response

Thank you for your nice comments. Staff at Winslow Court take pride in our community and the quality of care that we provide!

Dana

5

July 10, 2022

I visited this facility

We have toured Winslow Court. It was a really nice facility. As soon as we walked in, you could see everybody interacting. They had just gotten in some flowers, and everybody was arranging flowers. The activity director was with a gentleman playing a beanbag game. There was a lot of activities as soon as we walked in. The gentleman that we toured it with was really informative. The rooms seemed really big to us and some had kitchens. It just seemed like a pretty nice place. If my mom's home care doesn't work out, its probably where she'll want to go. Their CEO or whatever is there once a month checking on the place or maybe more. He happened to be there when we were there, so I think it keeps everybody on the ball, too. They give you rides, and they can take you on field trips and different things. There's a lot of lush green grass outside. They have exercising in the activity room. They do your laundry, and they provide your meals and clean your room. It's pretty big and open. It's an older facility, but very clean and immaculate. We looked at a one-bedroom suite, and that was pretty big.

Tammy

5

June 30, 2022

I am a friend or relative of a current/past resident

My dad has moved into Winslow Court. They're wonderful. They're very, very caring and supportive. I like their large rooms and living areas. It's a comfortable lifestyle. There are lots of trees. I've tried the food and it's delicious. They have all sorts of senior activities like exercise, bowling, movies, and bingo. The staff is wonderful. They're very caring. It feels like you're in your family home.

Maria

5

June 27, 2022

I visited this facility

We went to see Winslow Court and it's beautiful. Everything's open, there were windows, you walk in and everybody there was friendly to me. And then the facility is nice and clean. I got introduced to some of the people and to certain people that do work there. All the people that were there, the seniors there were very nice, we were happy, and they were laughing. I saw a room, it was so beautiful and the facility is awesome. The manager is nice, the receptionists greet you when you come in, it's nice and very pleasant. We're going back today to see the rooms. The tour of the place was very nice, it was wide open, with big windows and everything so it makes you feel comfortable. They have an exercise room, and they have people that do a lot of stuff there. They gave me a list of the stuff they do. The cafeteria is always open, they have snacks for them and they could eat whenever they want. Another thing too, if you're going to take a room, they put you pretty close to the elevator or close to the lobby room. So they work to accommodate you, I'm pleased with the place. The outside is beautiful, they have a big yard, green grass, and trees where people could walk. If they have pets, they have a little doggie place there in the back. It's a nice, clean place to go to.

Elizabeth

4

May 6, 2022

I visited this facility

I went to visit Winslow Court Retirement Community. It's very beautiful. It's a nice place. Their apartments are very spacious. Most of all, the apartments are wheelchair accessible throughout the entire apartment, and they have really good walk-in showers and very spacious handicapped bathrooms, too. They have a calendar where they have all these different types of stuff planned out. You can participate if you choose to or not. They don't force anybody, but they have a lot of different things that go on throughout the month just to keep it interesting.

Laura

5

March 29, 2022

I visited this facility

I went to Winslow Court. I enjoyed the visit and decided to move there. It's just what I need. It is very caring staff, and it's a good place. What sold me was the staff. I've been dealing with James. He takes the time to get to know what I need and what I want; he's great. The people there are just wonderful. They're friendly, open, and caring. It's a really nice place. The food was great. I only had one meal. It was good. I had a dinner salad, a roasted chicken sandwich, and a strawberry shortcake for dessert. It's very clean. I did notice that they had exercise every day. They had bingo and music night.

Leah

5

March 27, 2022

I visited this facility

We visited Winslow Court. I was impressed with the longevity of the people that work there. Everybody was very friendly. One of the things I'm interested in is dad being able to bring his dog and also if he hasn't quit smoking, his ability to still have a place where he could go on campus and so that was available. They've reached out to me since we visited and asked about his health and everything, so that was all great. That's a place we're interested in. They were great. I've seen the menus, and the other thing I liked is they serve pretty much throughout the day. They don't have specific times. They have times for their meals but somebody can come down at another time of day and get anything they want. The staff was great. They're a little dated, but they've updated them. For my dad's needs, they were perfect.

Amanda

5

December 17, 2021

I visited this facility

The staff and the residents of Winslow Court were lovely. The rooms were very clean and they were the right size. My biggest concern, at this point, was the location of it. It's not easy to get to from the interstate, but they had their assisted living and independent mixed, which was a concept that I really liked. They've got open dining, so there's no specific meal times. You can just go and get food at whatever time is convenient for you, or whenever you're hungry, which is awesome. They also have a shuttle to take people out, games like bingo and poker, and a chef who has been there for like 12 years.

Paulette

5

December 12, 2021

I am a friend or relative of a current/past resident

My partner moved to Winslow Court. He has a beautiful apartment with a new carpet and new paint. Everybody comes and checks on him, and introduces themselves. They're very friendly and attentive, and so far, the meals he's gotten are excellent. He's happy about that because I wasn't the best cook, so he's happy about the food. It seems like it's very well organized and very well run. And he, his daughter and I are very pleased. The staff has been outstanding. I was really surprised that they have a huge dog park, and you can take your dog out and let it run. Not too many places have that. It's an older building, but it's nice, it's all freshly painted, the halls and everything.

Jon

4

June 9, 2021

I visited this facility

I saw the independent living of Winslow Court. The facilities were pretty nice. They were laid out pretty good. The rooms were adequate. They weren't luxurious, and they weren't as big as the others. The surroundings were OK. They weren't the greatest, but they were pretty nice. It was a fairly decent location, although it was pretty close to a noisy road. The staff was pretty nice, pretty knowledgeable, and pretty friendly. The dining area was quite adequate and quite comfortable.

Linda

5

May 25, 2021

I am a friend or relative of a current/past resident

We are very happy with Winslow Court. My mom just moved in there this April. Everybody seems very caring, understanding, helpful, and friendly. We fixed her apartment up very nicely. We chose this facility partly because of the price, and the convenience. It is a smaller facility than some of the other ones that we looked at, so I thought it was a better fit for my mom. She will be 93 and in Winslow Court. She is staying on the first floor, so it is easy for her to find her way, unlike some of the other places where she would be up on the second or third floor and had to take the elevator down. The staff is wonderful and very accommodating. The head nurse has helped me so much with the medications and she is particularly wonderful too. They have people who have been working there for thirteen or fourteen years, and that kind of told me that it was a good place to work. They also lowered the bars for us. They provided us with a refrigerator, a cabinet, and a microwave in her room. These are just some things that they offered to do. My mom only eats a small portion of food, so everything looks huge for her. They are trying to accommodate her with smaller portions. With the activities, they are just starting to open it up because of COVID. In fact, about maybe three or four weeks before my mom moved in, they had just opened the dining room. We still cannot visit her in her apartment yet, but they are hoping in about two weeks, we can. So far, we have only been able to have family visits in the common area. The facility is an older building, so it has been around for a long time. They are maintaining it well by doing upgrades, and her apartment is actually very nice.

Cecil

4

April 13, 2021

I visited this facility

Winslow Court was nice. Their chef was there for thirteen years, and their food was mostly fresh. They only have independent and assisted living. Their one-bedroom didn't really have a full kitchen, although their one-bedroom with a suite did. You pay for the meals whether you use them or not, but they have three meals daily, and I like that. They showed me everything they had available. They said carports are being built. They didn't have a pool, but they had a gym, a van, a standard coffee bar, and a snack bar. They also offer short-term stays, which I like.

Keith

5

November 7, 2020

I visited this facility

I liked what I saw at Winslow Court. I got to see a floorplan for a one-bedroom, which was what I was looking for. I have seen all of the amenities that they have available and I liked what I saw. They have washer and dryer, they have meals available, activities, all of that. The staff member, Brittney, was very helpful and very informative. I had gotten an email from them inviting me to stay for lunch after the tour. When I told Brittney of that, it seemed she wasn't aware of that, but when she went and told the chef it turned out that their dining room was closed for a week for cleaning before the winter. But she got the chef to make me something to go, which was a cheeseburger, and it was OK.

Debra

5

February 28, 2020

I visited this facility

We've been to Winslow Court, and it's a wonderful place. The staff couldn't have been any better, she was excellent. It was very clean, welcoming, and the people that lived there looked very happy. The food was great too, the chef even came out and talked to us, and it was wonderful. We were very impressed.

Marty

5

March 12, 2019

I visited this facility

There seemed to be a religious focus at Winslow Court, which is good for some people. They were very caring, involved with families, and seemed to make a real effort to get to know their clients. The director talked about bringing in outside speakers and programs and trying to keep people stimulated. They had different levels of care from independent living to assisted living to end-of-life care. The residents seemed happy. They had a room for art or puzzles, and there were ladies having tea. The dining room was nice. The facility was clean and up on a hill, so there's more sunshine. They're in the process of redecorating part of it. They had a nurse practitioner come in once a week, and they'll take them to their doctors. The staff seemed nice and happy, well groomed, and interacted well with the residents. The common rooms were spacious and the rooms were adequate.

Carolyn

4

January 21, 2019

I visited this facility

When you walk in Winslow Court, you go to a desk and check in. The lady who took us on the tour was very nice, and all the staff was nice. They had a huge dining room, and over to the side, there was an area to watch TV. It was bright, cheerful, they had a piano and a lot of activities. I really liked it until we got to the bedroom. They had so many things available like a gym where they had people do physical therapy. It was organized really well. They had laundry service, games, music, and people coming in to perform.

Cindy

4

June 18, 2018

I visited this facility

Winslow Court has done a lot of renovations, which are very nice. The main room where folks get together to do activities was very nice. Because it is an older facility, the halls were dark, and narrow. It was kind of a hard sell and that immediately turned me off. Their amenities seemed fine. They had a multipurpose room that was also their chapel, and the dining room was very nice. The food was delicious and the staff was very nice.

Marie

5

April 30, 2018

I visited this facility

Winslow Court was very nice but too expensive. The staff was very nice. We had breakfast, and it was good. We were there early in the morning, and people were in the lobby area watching TV, but there wasn't any activities going on that we saw. We saw a room that somebody was living in that was clean and nice.

Lorel

5

October 9, 2017

I visited this facility

I was impressed with everything at Winslow Court. The people we met and took us around did a great job showing us all around the facilities. People that were living there would come up and tell us how they felt, and everything was very positive. When we first got there, they were eating in the dining hall and there were other people putting puzzles together. Another group was doing a craft project, they also had a movie room, and there were people outside in the garden and patio area. I just wish there was a little more room in the double room, but it's not really a huge issue.

Will Wise

3

September 25, 2017

I am a friend or relative of a current/past resident

I had my mother here for 2 1/2 years, she truly enjoyed her apartment and the location was convenient for me. There has been quite a bit of remodeling and the staff is very friendly, but if you are needing more care than just doling out medication, you're not going to get it here. As an example, my mother fell this past July on a Friday, I received a call informing me that her hand was swollen and that she had a knot on her head. When I got to Winslow and saw her I went down to the nurses station and asked them if they had seen her, I was told that they had seen her, but decided that she didn't look bad enough to call in the portable x-ray machine. I went in on Sunday and her hand was even more swollen, I buddy taped her fingers and took her to the Dr. the following morning where it was discovered that she had two broken bones in her hand. For four days my mother suffered with broken bones in her hand and no care, very disappointing. In July of 2017 the cost of her care went from $500.00 a month to $1600.00 a month on top of her rent. I was told all that they would do for this extra money, but being there twice a day every day I saw very little difference in the care to warrant this amount of extra money. At this point it was just time to find another place for my mother to live and receive better care.

Provider Response

Hello and thank you for your thoughtful review. As an owner of Winslow Court, I would like to stress that feedback is vitally important to our operation. Not only does feedback help us improve our offering, but it influences the overall quality of service that our residents experience. I regret how you feel about your mother's stay at Winslow Court. I would like to invite you to contact me directly so that we can compare notes. Additionally, I would like to garner your thoughts on how we can be better at Winslow Court moving forward. Feel free to email me at acbenton@stellarliving.com so that we can set up a time to talk on the phone. Thank you again. Sincerely, Aaron Benton Partner, Stellar Senior Living LLC

Jenny615154

5

April 25, 2017

I am a friend or relative of a current/past resident

My friend was very happy at Winslow Court. She had a shared apartment with individual bedrooms that was very nice. Whenever I visited her, it was always clean and well kept. The whole place was very nice.

anne502720

5

April 17, 2017

I visited this facility

Winslow Court was very nice, clean, and fresh. They had a dining room and activity room. There was plenty of friendly staff to take care of the residents. The food was very good.

BY726564

4

November 5, 2016

I am a friend or relative of a current/past resident

My mom has already moved at Winslow Court. The people were very nice, and their dining is open all day; you don’t have to go at certain times, and they do have a salon. It is also within our price range.

Frederick567456

4

September 19, 2016

I visited this facility

I thought Winslow was a worthy cost as far as helping those that really need help and also those who are considering independent retirement living. The thing that lacks is it develops kind of like a hospital setting, but when I spoke to one or two people that were there, they were happy. I mean, the apartments were great, and they said they enjoyed living there. I guess they kind of missed their independence, and when they were younger they basically had a choice if they will. The rooms and the dining rooms were very nice. They have chefs and a variety of different meals, which I have thought looks pretty good. They kept the residents pretty busy with activities, and I did think that it’s a very nice place to live.

Shayla602070

2

July 1, 2016

I visited this facility

I was not impressed with Winslow Court. They had stairs to get up and down to get to the elevator. It would not work for my mother-in-law. I know they will do some renovations, but it would not seem adequate for our needs. They also had a bunch of walkers and wheelchairs piled up here and there. It did not seem clean and user friendly.

Visitor124693050

4

February 27, 2016

I visited this facility

Welcome, received very courteous, offered light breakfast, very nice accommodations and appears to be value priced.

Pam118471350

5

January 20, 2016

I am a friend or relative of a resident

My mother is in assisted living at Winslow Court. The dining room is open for 12 hours a day, and they don’t have to adhere to certain hours. They can just go down and eat whenever they want at their convenience. They call in musicians and entertainers, and have games, movies, and outings. They have a bunch of activities over Christmas, like they had Santa come in and visit.

MS6

5

December 11, 2015

I am a friend or relative of a resident

The price at Winslow Court is within our range, and the location is close to my brother. The place is comfortable and has really good reviews online. Their staff has a very positive work attitude.

Mary116513650

3

November 25, 2015

I visited this facility

Winslow Court is our second choice. We didn’t see any activities going on, and we didn’t see any people, either. It was small, and the location was very good. I just think the apartments were small but seemed nice.

Cinde1

5

October 28, 2015

I visited this facility

Winslow Court was great. The food was wonderful -- absolutely excellent food. The accommodations were very nice, the room was spacious, and the carpet and paint were new. There are many activities for the people who live there. In fact, if I could move in, I'd move in there myself. It was really nice. Everything was clean and neat, and the dining facility was large and spacious. They had a million things for them to do that happened once a month, twice a month, or weekly. It just seemed like everybody's quality of life was so nice.

Nancy113782450

4

September 30, 2015

I visited this facility

Winslow Court was very nice. They were quite a bit more expensive. They do not have the exercise room and equipment, but their food and their dining room were wonderful. I ate lunch there. It was excellent.

Caring110061450

5

August 11, 2015

I am a friend or relative of a resident

My mom is in Winslow Court now. They are amazing, so kind and just wonderful. They have so much stuff for the residents. Everytime I'm there, there's always something going on, whether it's crafts, playing cards, exercise class, live music, or an outing. There's so much variety for them to choose. All the residents seem genuinely happy there. The room was a lot bigger, and it was an actual apartment.

magenta sunrise

5

June 21, 2015

I am a friend or relative of resident

My parents have lived at Winslow Court for a little over a month now, and I couldn't be happier with our choice for assisted living for them. I am amazed that the staff always goes the "extra mile" to be accommodating. They have done so much more than one would expect to make the transition to assisted living as easy and pleasant as possible. The food is always excellent, and there are enough activity choices to keep my parents engaged and interested. They have made several nice friends already. The facility is kept clean, but is not posh and snooty - just comfortably worn and homey. I honestly can't think of one complaint, so five stars all around.

Caring104051450

3

March 25, 2015

I visited this facility

I visited Winslow Court, and the people were really nice, but I didn't like the physical facility. We didn't see any rooms because they didn't have any empty room available for us to look at. The ambience and set-up was mediocre to lower. It was just not very nice, but the people working there were very gracious. The physical building itself was very ugly, and they don't have enough land around them to make the ground outside more appealing either. However, the manager was very nice, very gracious, and hospitable -- all the people were.

TaylorC

5

January 5, 2015

I visited this facility

Seeing how much fun the staff has with the residents is priceless. Everyone is always smiling!

Judy Harris

5

December 23, 2014

I visited this facility

I'm especially impressed with the food at Winslow Court. Hat's off to the chef!

Jennifer B

5

December 22, 2014

I visited this facility

Beautiful place and the staff is amazing. Thank you!

Douglas Fraijo

5

December 15, 2014

I am a friend or relative of resident

My mom really enjoys the entertainment and the great food! The staff is Amazing!

Caring73398550

5

April 30, 2014

I am a friend or relative of a resident

Winslow Court is a very nice facility and very well kept. They have good community relations, and they offer lots of entertainment. They have bingo, and they do exercise. They have lot of music programs in the afternoon and happy hour on Thursdays. They also have church services. They also take the residents to different places by their bus. I would definitely recommend this place.

Shirley43

5

March 31, 2014

I am a friend or relative of a resident

Mom stayed at Winslow Court Retirement. It was a large facility, which had both independent and assisted living. It was H-shaped with three floors. I liked that it was built like my college, and it felt comfortable to me. The center of the building was where the activities went on. There was a big dining hall with a chef and a huge amount of staff in there, so they would just sit there and order from their menu and they had specialties each day. Because they were so large, they had the ability to offer a lot. They had a large activity program. Every day they brought in different kinds of things. They had church services. They also had a bus that would take people where they needed to go on a set schedule each day; they just needed to sign up. They just also recently bought a town car, which people could hire if they needed to go to a different place. They had a nice big, open courtyard in between each wing. People were allowed to have a pet. They did their laundry and changed their sheets. However, since she was in the independent living, they weren't as willing to have somebody look over her shoulder all the time, as it probably had 120 people in it. When she fell and knocked herself out, nobody was looking after her, and it took a long time for her to be found.

danny7674

4

August 21, 2012

I am a friend or relative of a resident

On the whole, I liked the staff quite a bit. I got to know them pretty quickly and they were very friendly to my grandmother, even though they didn't speak her language (spanish). From time to time, I would see the staff sitting and chatting with the residents during meals. I think this is a sign of a good retirement home. I would describe the facility as clean and cozy. It didn't have that sterile feeling many other communities have. There was a fireplace and a TV area as well as a quiet area for visiting. The food definitely exceeded my expectations and the dining room was very elegant. My grandmother's living unit was a one bedroom with a small kitchen. It was also very clean, though a little bit old. It really just felt like an apartment which was all we wanted. As my grandmother's demensia became worse, the facility was very understanding and willing to work with her. I do not regret putting her in this facility.

Miss Priss

3

August 21, 2012

I visited this facility

Upon visiting Winslow Court, Ms. Deb met with us. She first asked a few questions regarding my dad's condition. Then she asked what kind of needs my dad would have; and whether my dad was in the military. Upon answering these questions, she provided different avenues to go. I expressed the need that when my dad moved, I wanted it to be his last time moving. So in the event of him going down hill with his health, he would remain in one facility and be taken care of as needed. I was told that would not be an issue, and there were many residence like that. We then toured the facility. The appearance was cozy. The residence seemed quiet. By the time we left, we managed to see what the dining room was like and saw a couple friends from a few years ago. One thing that was mentioned that I felt was odd was that they had 'Happy Hour'. Winslow Court provided the alcohol! That is really something my dad does not need to have considering his condition. It did make me wonder for the residence and for the reasons they were there. Since then, the friends that were living there were told that they needed to move because they required more care than Winslow Court was able to offer. Considering my previous concern regarding my dad, I am so glad that this facility was not who we had chosen.

chattiechick

3

January 6, 2012

I am a friend or relative of a resident

While Winslow Court seems like the dream Assisted Living Center for an aging parent, I wish we would have taken more time to check other homes in the area. I think we may have made a hasty decision and moved my mom in a little to quick. The home does have everything that she needs so she does not have to go out if she does not want too. They also offer activities for the residents and social gatherings. The staff during the week is excellent, but the weekend staff could use some lessons in manners.It also seems like everything has a price. With as much as a room cost, you would thing that they could include some of the very basic services to the residents. No one should have to pay 500.00 dollars for medication help. They are also suppose to provide a well- visit daily by the nurse, and this does not always happen. Over all my family is pleased with the facility

Jamie Shreve

3

November 20, 2011

I visited this facility

I was impressed with the facility for the most part. However when checking a Alzheimer's patient in closer attention should be paid. My mom signed the paperwork when she had a POA who just bailed out on her, the POA was suppose to sign for her., I believe there were some legal issues.

winslowlover

4

July 30, 2011

I am a friend or relative of a resident

My grandmother is a resident at Winslow Court; and has lived there for many years. I first visited this facility with my family two months ago. From first glance, the property was very clean and orderly. The staff was quick to help and answer any question that was asked in a prompt manner. My grandmother gave me her personal opinion on the facility and one of the first things she mentioned was the friendly residents at Winslow. Within the first month of living there she had already made dozens of friends. From my own perspective, there were many events and activities available for their residents. For example, they had a community Nintendo Wii and often held bowling tournaments that my grandmother enjoyed on a weekly basis. I also ate at the food court and quite enjoyed the salad bar provided for everyone (as well as the ice cream treats provided after every meal!). Overall this Assisted Living Facility is more than just a place to live; it is an amazing community of individuals who care for the wellbeing and health of my grandmother!

Artlady

2

July 28, 2011

I am a friend or relative of a resident

This was a very nice place until a new manager made so many rules, the place seems like a prison. Activities and maintenace were cut to a bare minimum. The Assisted Living program is unreliable, understaffed and poorly run. The facility itself is old and does not accommodate wheel chairs in the apartments or the restroom in the public area. The Food Service is top notch. If it were not for that the residents would be even more unhappy.

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Costs for Winslow Court in Colorado Springs, Colorado

Assisted Living

This level of care provides support for those who need help with personal care needs such as cleaning, bathing, and dressing. Residents selecting this level of care are treated to many amenities in a home-like atmosphere, while getting support in their daily lives.

$3,085

Starting Price

Independent Living

Independent Living is for those who desire the feel of a private residence with the amenities and activities available in a planned community, such as fitness classes, game nights, and group excursions. Services such as cleaning and groundskeeping are often available.

$3,085

Starting Price

Services and Amenities of Winslow Court in Colorado Springs, Colorado

Costs

  • Rent Plus Care Fees
  • Entry Fee
  • Fee Structure Extra: We offer a month-to-month rental

Room and housing options

  • Companion Suites: We offer companion suites
  • Studio Apartments

Dining options

  • In Room Kitchenette
  • In Room Kitchens
  • Dining Room Shared Meals

About Winslow Court in Colorado Springs, Colorado

Conveniently located in Colorado Springs, CO, Winslow Court is an excellent choice for any assisted living facility needs. The courteous, helpful staff is readily available and takes pride in their work, and residents rave about the wide variety of activities available onsite, such as crafting, group movies, game nights and puzzle clubs. The lush garden with quiet seating areas allows privacy and peace for residents and their families. Winslow Court is often said to have impeccable cleanliness, and the community has salon services, restaurant-style dining and upgraded apartment spaces to make life here convenient and enjoyable.

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3920 East San Miguel Street, Colorado Springs, CO 80909

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