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ComfortCare Homes opens ninth residence

Wednesday, January 18th, 2017 2:23:52 PM

Wichita Business Journal

by Josh Heck

The work has been completed, and Comfort Care Homes is ready to open its ninth Wichita facility.

The senior living provider is opening The Chalet, a 4,500-square-foot home near Central and Woodlawn that will serve as a long-term Alzheimer’s care unit. Comfort Care is spending $500,000 on the project. It is the first home comfort care has named, but it part of an overall facilities improvement and expansion that the Wichita-based company started last year.

Accel Construction LLC is the general contractor. Compton Associates Development is the architect. Comfort Care provides memory care for seniors in a home-like environment through a special license from the Kansas Department on Aging called Home Plus, which allows providers to care for up to eight people in a home setting. The concept is gaining popularity in the Wichita area as more senior living providers look to add more housing options. care, professional services, education and energy.

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