Experience Lawrence Presbyterian Manor

Lawrence Presbyterian Manor opened in December 1976 on a beautiful 12.7-acre campus in the southwestern part of Lawrence. As the only not-for-profit continuing care senior living community in Lawrence, Presbyterian Manor offers the flexibility to meet residents’ needs as they evolve. 

Our continuum of care encompasses independent living, assisted living and long-term care with skilled nursing and short-term rehabilitation. Most recently, we added assisted living memory care to our living options, offering a secure environment for those with Alzheimer's and other forms of dementia.

Since opening its doors, Lawrence Presbyterian Manor has served as a model of retirement living at its best. Continually upgraded over the years to meet the growing demand for quality lifestyle options for seniors, LPM today offers an appealing mix of accommodations that includes townhomes, one- and two-bedroom apartments, studio apartments and health care rooms.

Located less than half a mile from the prestigious Alvamar golf course and just minutes from scenic Clinton Lake, Lawrence Presbyterian Manor is home to residents who represent the rich diversity of the surrounding community. Ties with the University of Kansas are strong, with many “Jayhawks”— former professors, dietitians and administrators — now calling LPM home. 

To satisfy the unique and varied tastes of this eclectic group, Lawrence Presbyterian Manor maintains a full calendar of resident-focused activities throughout the year, both on and off campus.

Our residents play a role in shaping the lifestyle at Lawrence Presbyterian Manor. Residents are represented by a resident council. Its purpose is to provide a means for all residents to share ideas, concerns and suggestions with administration and department directors. The council underscores the residents’ responsibility for their own well-being and upholds resident rights.

The Lawrence Independent Living resident council has several committees that meet regularly to provide an opportunity for an in-depth review and discussion of particular areas of campus life. Committees include:

  • Activities
  • Ambassador
  • Archives
  • Buildings and grounds
  • Executive
  • Food service
  • Library
  • Spiritual life

Since its founding in 1949, Presbyterian Manors of Mid-America has grown to become one of the nation’s top 26th largest non-profit senior living organizations serving more than 2,400 residents in 17 Kansas and Missouri communities.

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