West Wind Village is an 80 room senior care community. It is located at 1001 Scotts Ave in Morris, Minnesota. The facility is in a largely middle income area, with a median per-family income of $44,858. With about 8,000 people residing in the 56267 zip code, it has a sparse population. It is located close to plenty of local amenities, which include retail stores, houses of worship, and healthcare services. They're located only 1.11 miles from Stevens Community Medical Center. There are 2 drug stores within one mile of the facility. There are also 5 churches within 4 miles, including Apostolic Christian Church, Assumption Church, Assumption Church, and Assumption Church.
West Wind Village offers the following types of care: Alzheimer's care, assisted living, and nursing home care. They can provide care for people at all levels of dementia or Alzheimer's who require attention with day-to-day tasks and monitoring to prevent wandering. They can also accommodate people who require help with day-to-day tasks like meal preparation, hygiene, and house work, but who are mobile and are somewhat independent. In addition, they can house people who are primarily bed-ridden and need to be under the care of nurses regularly.
This facility features a large number of amenities and services to residents. Recreational activities include off site field trips, spiritual/religious activities, and bingo. Also offered are wound care, psychiatric services, occupational therapy, nurses on staff, speech therapy, along with other health services. Additionally, they provide various property features that include a convenience market, landscaped grounds, an on-site cafe, a community dining room, and a hair salon.
The monthly average cost of care for this provider is estimated to be $4,728. This is higher than the Morris average of $4,059. While the national estimated cost is around $3,937, the State of Minnesota comes in at $4,134 monthly.
West Wind Village has been registered with both Medicaid and Medicare for 36 years. They received 5 / 5 stars in the latest Medicare ratings. This rating was based on a collective measure of staff evaluations, safety assessments, and all-around quality. During that period, they had no total penalties imposed, 2 deficiencies recorded, no fines imposed, no complaints made, and no payment denials.