Windsor Run celebrated the beginning of construction of its continuing care neighborhood during a groundbreaking ceremony in October. (Left) George Comfort, Gregg Colon, Pat Bell, Bob Mack, and Matthew Narrett, M.D.

“Knowing that continuing care will be available at Windsor Run was a real plus when making our independent living decision,” says community member Robert Mercer. “My wife and I both remember struggling with geographical displacement matters when assisting with care for our own parents.

Windsor Run community members, staff, and family members recently raised almost $6,000 for the Walk to End Alzheimer’s.

According to a federal study by the Corporation for National and Community Service, more Americans are volunteering than at any other time in history. Last year, Americans volunteered nearly 6.9 billion hours, worth an estimated $167 billion in economic value.  

Ann Henson says Windsor Run’s Live the Life suite experience solidified her decision to make a cross-country move from Houston, Tex., to Matthews, N.C.

Last summer, Ann Henson received an invitation to visit Eagle’s Trace, an Erickson Living-managed community in Houston, Tex. 

Detective David Bird of the Cary Police Department presents professional tips for preventing fraud. His presentation was part of a monthly program known as the Windsor Senior Forum.

A trip to the mailbox brings an unexpected bill for a magazine you don’t remember ordering. An unsolicited phone call asks for money to help a family member in need. Before reaching for the checkbook, watch out—you are about to become a victim of fraud.

(Left) George Comfort, executive director; Gregg Colon, senior vice president of health services; Patricia Bell, Resident Advisory Council; Robert Mack, Resident Advisory Council; and Matthew Narrett, M.D., chief medical officer.

This fall, Windsor Run, an Erickson Living-managed community in Matthews, N.C., broke ground on the community’s highly anticipated continuing care neighborhood, Piedmont Overlook.

Windsor Run residents and staff celebrated the community’s first anniversary by taking an areal photo outside..

In the midst of holiday preparations, community members and staff at Windsor Run look back on an exciting year of milestones at the Erickson Living community in Matthews, N.C. 

1. First anniversary celebration

After living, working, and raising a family in the U.S. for more than 50 years, Paul Bass (left) celebrates becoming a U.S. citizen with friend and neighbor Bob Mack.

Last month, Paul Bass joined millions of Americans fulfilling their civic duty by going out to the polls to vote. However, for Paul, it was a journey that was 53 years in the making.

A German-born chemist who came to the United States in 1966 as an employee of the Bayer Company, Paul met his wife and raised their three children, Paul, Margaret, and Elizabeth, as American citizens.

Ellen Weaver (left) credits Personal Moving Consultant Amanda Bates (right) and her team of experts for a seamless move to Windsor Run.

When Ellen Weaver’s sister Sue Helt moved to Windsor Run last September, she had no idea the decision would be life-changing for the both of them.

Windsor Run’s new resident services manager, Maria Reyes, held the same position at another Erickson Living community in Maryland.

Recently, Windsor Run welcomed Maria Reyes as the community’s new resident services manager, a position she previously held at Windsor Run’s sister community, Oak Crest, in Parkville, Md. In this capacity, she supports community resources, fitness, and resident services coordinators.