Senior Living in Wichita, KS

Reflection Living Senior Living Homes first opened in May of 2006 by Susie Engels and Jennifer Maul. Over the years, Wichita has gained 5 of our beautiful homes. At Reflection Living, we pride ourselves in providing exceptional care to the seniors in Wichita and the surrounding area. With only up to 12 residents in each home, our homes provide a personalized, warm and enriching environment. 


Our Wichita Care Team Leaders

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Kristy Turner, RN, BSN
Regional Manager
Wichita, Hutchinson

Kristy was born in Topeka, Kansas.  

Her nursing education began at Neosho County Community College where she played volleyball and basketball while working on her nursing degree.  She completed and earned her BSN degree at Missouri Western State College in St. Joseph, Missouri.  

Kristy started her nursing career at Hutchinson Regional Hospital in the Intensive Care Unit.  She had the experience of working in the sales arena as a Pharmaceutical Sales Representative & as a Care Transition Coordinator for home health.  She started as the Regional Manager for Reflection Living in 2015 and has been involved in the growth of Reflection Living through the opening of multiple Senior Care Homes.


Mindy grew up in Maize, KS and graduated from Maize High School.

She had been working in the medical profession since 1997 as a CNA and Unit Clerk. She went on to further her education at Wichita Area Technical College, earning her License for Practical Nursing in 2007.

 Mindy’s nursing career has been comprised of clinic, home health and long term care experience. She began with the Reflection Living team as an on call nurse for the company.  She then, in 2012, accepted a Nurse Manager position and currently manages the Minnie House and the original Reflection Living home. 

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Mindy Eck, LPN
Nurse Manager
Minnie House


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Carla Schulz, LPN
Nurse Manager
Rosie House

Carla was born and raised in Wichita, KS where she graduated from Wichita South High School.

Her career started in aircraft as an instrument technician and eventually transitioned into aircraft instrument sales. After 24 year in the aircraft industry, she began her nursing education at a local community college. She completed her nursing at Wichita Area Technical College where she earned her License for Practical Nursing.

Her nursing career has consisted of working in home health and long term care. In 2013 Carla began her Reflection Living career as a Nurse Manager, opening the Rosie House in April of 2013. Carla also manages Reflection Living of Hidden Lakes.


Rhonda was born in Wichita, KS and grew up in the St. Marks, KS area. She graduated from Andale High School.

Her nursing education began with pre-nursing at Kansas State University and then moved on to St. Mary of the Plains College graduating with a Bachelor Degree of Science in Nursing.

Her nursing career started at St. Francis Medical Center in Wichita. Other experiences included Kansas Foundation for Medical Care, Utilization Review and Home Health. Rhonda joined Reflection Living in 2012 as a Nurse Administrator. She manages the Pearl House and assists the nurse manager team with additional administrative oversight.

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Rhonda Horsch, RN, BSN
Nursing Administrator
Pearl House

Wichita Locations

Reflection Living
1377 N. Iriquois
Wichita, KS 67203

 

Reflection Living
of Hidden Lakes

550 S. Circle Lake Rd.
Wichita, KS 67209

 

Rosie House
619 S. Maize Ct.
Wichita, KS 67209

Minnie House
623 S. Maize Ct.
Wichita, KS 67209

Pearl House
625 S. Maize Ct.
Wichita, KS 67209

 
Both of our parents were residents of Reflection living Pearl House in their final years. Our Father was a resident for 6 ½ years. The Management and Staff became our friends and the accommodations were very good. With only a small group of residents the individual care was wonderful. The best way to describe the Pearl House is that it feels like home.
— Gregg and Milloy

We have been very pleased with the care my wife received from Reflection Living. The nursing staff is very patient and will go out of the way to meet patients’ individual needs. They are very flexible in flexing meal times, or menu to meet the desires of the patient. They consistently show patience and a sincere affection for the residents which gives us the peace of mind in knowing she was well care for.
— Gary K.

Living here is as close to being at home as I had hoped for and I am very happy I made my decision to move here.
— Margie S.