At Parsons Presbyterian Manor, we believe experience matters. Experience can mean a lot of things:
Our residents are experienced. They are hardworking, independent thinkers. Self-reliant people who are used to living life on their own terms. They know the value of a dollar, and they’ve planned ahead to take care of themselves so they can take care of their families.
Our compassionate team members have experience. They are professionals who are experts in their field and have deep ties to the community of Parsons, Kansas. They are here to make sure our residents enjoy great service and are able to live life on their own terms.
We provide the best experience. Whether you are looking to put away the lawnmower and enjoy the active lifestyle of a friendly senior living community, or you need that little bit of extra help with day-to-day tasks that community living can provide, Parsons Presbyterian Manor is here for you.
Whether active or relaxed, enjoy the peace of mind and freedom that comes with a maintenance-free lifestyle.
Parsons Presbyterian Manor is a faith-based, not-for-profit senior living community dedicated to serving our residents with a culture inspired by our Christian values and heritage. Working in senior living is a special calling. All of our friendly team members found their way here in their own way, but we all have a common goal: to take excellent care of the seniors living in our community. This means getting to know our residents by name, what they like, and their personal stories. It also means getting to know their loved ones, and maintaining a true community here at Parsons Presbyterian Manor.
Our parent organization, Presbyterian Manors of Mid-America, has more than 70 years of experience in the senior living industry. We are proud of our heritage in the Presbyterian church, and we strive to live out the values of love and service in everything we do today. Thanks to PMMA’s support, we have the resources and team members to serve Parsons, Kansas, seniors with compassion, kindness and expertise.