Welcome to Windsor Place
For the traumatically brain-injured, Windsor
a place to learn, a place to thrive, a
place to call home!
of Salem, Oregon functions as a small
non-profit residential facility for adults
suffering from traumatic brain injury.
We provide brain-injured adults with a
plus offering a specialized program of
development to enable our residents to become
more independent within their current
brain-injured residents have already
transitioned from an acute care facility, to
our less medically needy environment. The
average age of our TBI residents is 47
years old (with a high of 59 years old, and a low of
23). Average stay of residents is just over
nine years (with a high of 29 years, and a low of
1). A number of our residents have been
with us for more than 25 years. Families and guardians have
confidence in knowing their TBI resident is
At Windsor Place, the
emphasis is on maximizing the potential &
independence of our residents!
emphasis for our TBI residents is focused on
brain-injured adults re-learning basic daily
activity skills with the goal of maximizing
their independence capabilities to the
fullest degree. Consulting occupational and
physical therapists, as well as nursing and
behavioral specialists assist our trained
staff to be mindfully in tune with each of
our resident's needs.
for Windsor Place
Windsor Place is classified
as a "Special Adult Foster Home"
licensed through NorthWest Senior and
Disabilities Services. The Oregon Department
of Human Services has granted Windsor Place
a Special Needs Contract for Traumatic Brain
Injured Adults. The facility is required to
have regular health and safety inspections
to pass stringent regulations and standards
and enjoys an excellent reputation and
standing on many levels.