Independent & Assisted Living in South Windsor | The Residence at South Windsor Farms

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Collaboration With Harvard Medical School, McLean Hospital and Brigham & Women’s Hospital
LCB’s Kelly McCarthy Wrote the Book On Dementia

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The Residence at South Windsor Farms, located at 200 Deming Street in South Windsor, CT, lies just outside of the town’s historic downtown area, at the intersection of Buckland Road and Deming Street.  Our green, landscaped grounds were once part of farmlands that stretched as far as the eye could see.  The quiet natural beauty of the site is complimented by an easy proximity to shopping, houses of worship, Wapping Park, and all of the wonderful cultural and recreational attractions in the area.

Our Reflections Memory Care neighborhood is renowned for its approach, and benefits from our collaboration with Brigham & Women’s Hospital, McLean Hospital and Harvard Medical School.


Serving South Windsor, Andover, Bolton,
Coventry, East Hartford, Ellington, Manchester, East Windsor, Windsor, Tolland, Vernon and other fine communities.

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Binge-worthy TV Shows for Seniors

One of the best things about finally hitting retirement is, of course, the arrival of some well-earned leisure time. Getting more opportunities to relax with friends and family is a part of that, and so is enjoying some guilt-free TV time! And with the proliferation of streaming and cable channels, there’s more depth and variety […]

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Mild forgetfulness (as opposed to dementia) is a normal part of the aging process. And it doesn’t progress, whereas dementia will get worse over time. Forgetting important information, changes in personality, and disorientation are all potential signs..

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