- The Parkway I
100-85 Paget St., Winnipeg, MB, R3P0Y8
Community InformationThe Parkway I is an assisted living facility in Winnipeg, MB. The Parkway I offers activities at their location for residents. These activities generally allow residents to maintain healthy lifestyles by encouraging movement and socializing with their peers.
Being able to chat with other residents becomes an important part of many peoples' lives and The Parkway I offers common spaces indoors to support that need. The benefit of living in an assisted living community is that making meals can be costly and time consuming process so The Parkway I provides meals for residents.
Staff is awake and available 24 hours a day so if any emergencies occur no matter the time, there will be someone ready to help. Making sure residents with diabetes monitor their insulin levels is clearly an important task and The Parkway I can help with that task. If a resident needs assistance moving from a bed to a wheelchair, this facility has staff who can help.
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Average Room Pricing at The Parkway I
Room Type Assisted Living Studio 1 Bedroom Semi-Private 2 BedroomsDisclaimer: The prices, amenities, features and care offered at senior communities are all subject to change; therefore information on this community profile may be out of date. Please note the costs per community are rough estimates; actual costs may vary depending on special offers and discounts, additional fees for services and care, and availability.
Estimated Fees at The Parkway I
Fee Type Assisted Living Community Fee Respite Fee Buy-In Fee High Care Needs Fee Medium Care Needs Fee Low Care Needs Fee 2nd Person FeeDisclaimer: The prices, amenities, features and care offered at senior communities are all subject to change; therefore information on this community profile may be out of date. Please note the costs per community are rough estimates; actual costs may vary depending on special offers and discounts, additional fees for services and care, and availability.
Paying for careCommercial InsurancePrivate paySocial SecuritySeparate pricing structure for careVeteran's benefits
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My review of Home Helpersreviewed on: 07/02/2021 by Deloris R
I am very happy with my experience and with the caregivers that I have.
Tour of Cedarhurstreviewed on: 05/10/2021 by anonymous
We toured Cedarhurst and it was great but we did not get that homey comfortable feel that we got at other facilities. For instance, their activities room is in the basement and it just kind of felt like I was at a convention.
Comforting Home Carereviewed on: 05/24/2021 by Lorraine
I would tell others that they work with you. Kevin, the manager was there to the end. The care staff was wonderful. Kevin's wife would come out when they didn't have any other staff to come out. The staff was friendly. Kevin went above and beyond to make sure the staff was able to come out to my home.
a good nest rest of your years.reviewed on: 05/03/2021 by JJ
If your loved one is independent I think this community would be great. The only issue we have is there is no storm shelter in the community. Communication is really good and they have a quick response time. I would recommend this community based on our experience.
Perplexedreviewed on: 04/06/2021 by anonymous
The experience overall has not been bad. However, the individuals who have come to care for my loved one have had excessive use of their phones. And I feel that is not professional or appropriate for this type of care. You can't just be on the phone and take care of an elderly person. I feel phones should not be allowed unless it's a dire emergency. Only one of the caregivers who has been to our home hasn't used her phone the entire time she's been here. The staff in the office have been forthcoming, and I know anytime we've called, they've gotten back to us promptly. They've been friendly and tried to be as accommodating as possible. It seems like they don't have too much control once a caregiver is in the home what's going on there. I don't know how well the caregivers are screened, or what criteria is used. I would understand some phone usage if they have young children, or an older person they care for themselves, as long as they voiced that to us. But otherwise I would prefer they not use their phones. The phone issue aside, I am grateful for the services they provide, that there are people out there who do this type of work, and that my loved one is still cared for when I'm not able to be there.