The Village at Willow Crossings

25 Cobb Street, Mansfield, MA, 02048

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February 10, 2015

By Caring105866050

I visited this facility

We looked at Willow Crossing (The Village at Willow Crossing). I thought the staff was great. The rooms were spacious and well maintained. They were lovely. They had different activities. They had bingo, shopping, and a little tavern. I liked that there were variety of things that I thought would interest my parents.
Provider Response

Thank you so much for sharing. We love what we do and are extremely proud of our team. Individualized care is one of our hallmarks as we strive to meet the distinct needs of each resident. Please feel free to contact the Executive Director (508.261.1333) if we can ever be of service to you and your family.

September 29, 2014

By Lovely Lady2

I visited this facility

The Village at Willow Crossings was gorgeous, top notch. Outside was beautiful, but it’s really expensive. It was clean and neat. They had a bar, a library, and a classroom. The dining room was gorgeous and the food was phenomenal.
Provider Response

Thank you so much for sharing. Statements such as yours mean everything to us as we take great pride in the trust families place in us. We take enormous pride in taking care of seniors throughout the aging experience.

June 27, 2014

By Caring66608250

I visited this facility

I went to The Village at Willow Crossings to see what's available. It's a beautiful place, but you have to buy into it as far as I know, and my cousin is not in any kind of financial authority to do that. I think once you buy into it, if you become incapacitated, you can go across to the other facility. That was my understanding. It was out of her price range anyway. It's clean; it's new. I was very pleased with that, but it's not for the poor people. I was treated very well. The staff was personable and answered all of my questions. They showed me all the assisted homes, and they were beautiful too. The whole place is very nice visually. It's very lovely. It's a nice complex. If I have the money, I might consider it. I didn't see anything negative there at all. They were going to lunch when I got there. I got to see the menu, and their dining room was excellent. The place was home-like.
Provider Response

Thank you for taking the time to let us know about your positive experience at The Village at Willow Crossings. We would like to clarify that The Village at Willow Crossings has 2 different financial models on the Mansfield campus. We have Independent Living Cottage Homes that are a buy-in model as well as Apartments in our Lodge where we offer Assisted Living and Memory Care that are monthly rentals with no buy-in. We have various sizes and styles of apartments and cottage homes to fit many different lifestyles and budgets.

Again, thank you for your feedback as we love what we do and are extremely proud of our team and of their dedication to the individual needs of every resident.

April 22, 2014

By Caring54845950

I am a friend or relative of a resident

I liked best the surroundings of The Village at Willow Crossings. The help is very good, very caring. It is clean, and the food is very good. They bring out the meals for the day and show them to the residents for a visual, and then they choose what they want. The dining room is clean. My grandmother shares her room with another woman, and it's clean. The staff seems to be treating everybody like they are family.

April 21, 2014

By Nancy76201750

I visited this facility

I thought The Village at Willow Crossings was beautiful. They have a lot of activities. People would come in to speak, and they have a lot of places that residents could go. So if someone was very capable and wanted to be involved and engaged in things, they have a lot to offer. The residents looked generally happy. The staff seemed to interact with them in a very positive way. The dining room was beautiful. The facility was beautiful. It was a new place, and it was gorgeous. More important to me was the fact that the atmosphere between the staff and the residents I found to be very good. That was a very good visit. Overall, if I have to pick one, that would have been my choice, but it was expensive.

January 31, 2014

By mintjewlip

I am a friend or relative of a resident

My father has moved in to The Village of Willow Crossing. The staff there are wonderful. They take good care of the residents there especially my father. They have trips like they go out shopping. For the men, they go out once a month. They have a pub there. There are people who come in and sing. They just have a lot of different activities. The rooms are like apartments with small kitchen, living room, bathroom, and bedroom. Some of them have patio out the back. They keep you informed of everything; they always email me or call me.

January 18, 2014

By Caring74146850

I visited this facility

The Village at Willow Crossings was cited by one of the visiting nurses who is caring for me. I visited this place with my daughter-in-law. It couldn't have been a more welcoming place. It was immaculate and spacious. My daughter-in-law, who is a nurse, was equally impressed with it. You can tell that it's very well run because no one is knocking themselves out to impress you. They were very explicit about their services and they didn't bog it up by using a lot of adjectives. I like best the openness and receptivity there of their residents there. We had lunch with them. They came in quietly, sat in their usual tables and had conversations. The servers were magnificent, polite and helpful. Food was good. As you enter their dining facility, they have set out the main meal of the day, but they also have a wide scope of choices. The staff was very professional. In fact, all the personnel were extremely welcoming. They know what they're doing and they do it effortlessly. They allowed me to be a professional too, which was very gratifying. There was no talking down to me. I noticed that they put the name of each of their tenants in their front door. It's like being in a house with your own identity. It's nothing big, but it's very important to know that you're a resident whose name is being seen like everyone else in the facility. It's a small matter but it is delightful. They did have activities there. Their days were full. They even have a swimming pool. The only thing that worries me about this place is the cost because it is steep. I wonder if I could live there and what would happen when you run out of money, especially when I don't qualify as needy. They understand that that can happen and they do have a plan. They did explain to me their policy about that.

December 30, 2013

By Ed15

I visited this facility

The Village at Willow Crossings also had assisted living and a nursing home, aside from independent living. They had many, many people working there who were outstanding. They had a restaurant, a pool, a library, a TV, a large meeting area. I would absolutely recommend this facility to others.

December 23, 2013

By Margaret31

I visited this facility

The Village at Willow Crossings was a very lovely place but it was very expensive. Everybody was very nice but it was too costly for me. I couldn't afford it. They also didn't have a nursing facility. They did have assisted living and personal service planned, etc., and everything that they list has a per day cost, not monthly. I saw the whole place. They were all very nice and everything was lovely there. My daughter went with me and she was just as impressed as I was. Their residents were very nice and very friendly.

October 15, 2013

By Caring72932650

I visited this facility

The Village is lovely and clean. The problem is my husband and I would need two places, one for him and one for me and that's out of our means right now. The rooms are just very lovely to look at. The staff seemed kind and caring.

August 11, 2013

By John's Daughter

I am a friend or relative of a resident

There is a wonderful staff who take a genuine interest in each resident. The activity director provides a variety of activities, guest speakers, trips and even classes for the residents to take part in. There is a gym,an ice cream parlor,a beauty salon,arts and crafts room for the residents to enjoy. There is also a card room, pool table,pub,as well as a library and computers. The head of the dining program is wonderful and she takes pride in her facility along with the food that is served. The dining room is more like a restaurant dining experience for the residents.Going to visit is like going to a hotel. There is a nurse who is readily available for residents day or night.

August 10, 2013

By caring0727131

I visited this facility

I visited Village at Willow Crossing and the place is beautiful. I wasn't able to taste the food, but based on the brochures they gave me, it seems that they serve good meals.

June 17, 2013

By Diane26

I visited this facility

The Village at Willow Crossings was a big and open facility. It was very nice. The rooms were spacious enough and regarding the staff, the ones that I met seemed friendly. However, it was very expensive for us.

July 31, 2011

By Caring391092

I am a friend or relative of a resident

I was incredibly impressed with my mother's time at The Village at Willow Crossing. All staff was very personable and overall friendly. I was greeted every time I walked through the doors by a friendly receptionist. My mother loved living here, they had so many activities for her to do and there was never really a dull moment at this assisted living. Whenever there was family visiting and we had a large party the facility would always provide us with a room where visiting could take place. They catered to almost all of her needs whether it be boredom or something that she needed or how she wanted her food served. She made friends with all the staff and truly loved her stay there. With the death of her husband, she needed to be somewhere where she could wind down and the Village provided her with that. Overall, I give it 4 stars.
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Services & Amenities of The Village at Willow Crossings


Costs

  • Rent Plus Care Fees
  • Entry Fee
  • Fee Structure Extra: We Offer A Month To Month Rental

Room and housing options

  • 1-bedroom apartments
  • 2-bedroom apartments
  • Companion Suites: We Offer Companion Suites
  • Studio Apartments
  • Housing Extra: Cottages

Dining options

  • In Room Kitchenette
  • Dining Room Shared Meals
  • Room Service For Meals

Features

  • Beauty Barber Shop
  • Computer Room
  • Resident Transportation
  • Party Space
  • General Store
  • Hiking Trails
  • Tv Room
  • Garden And Patio
  • Resident Parking
  • Pool
  • Features Extra: Library, Fitness Room/Gym

Cleaning services

  • Laundry For Linens
  • Private Cleaning Services
  • Housekeeping
  • Laundry For Clothing

Technology and entertainment

  • Cable In Rooms
  • Wifi
  • Technology Extra: Emergency Call System

Health services

  • Medication Management
  • Physical Therapy

Activities

  • Offsite Activities
  • Music
  • Games
  • Stories
  • Religious Services
  • Lectures Discussions
  • Book Clubs
  • Wii Sports
  • Fitness Room
  • Yoga
  • Gardening
  • Cooking
  • Arts And Crafts
  • Activities Extra: Computer Class

Financial guidance

  • Va Benefits Consultation
  • Financing Advice

Guest services

  • Guest Parking
  • Guests At Mealtime
  • Overnight Guests

Diet

  • Diabetic
  • Low Fat
  • Low Salt

General

  • Staff Patient Ratio: 6 To 1
  • Minimum Age: 55
  • Pets: Small Pets Allowed

Range of services

  • Physical Therapy

About The Village at Willow Crossings


The Village at Willow Crossings is an active senior community situated on a 20-acre woodland campus in the heart of Mansfield, MA. Manicured gardens grace the winding drives that travel through the picturesque campus, accented by the white picket fences of the charming cottage neighborhood.

The nine-hole putting green, walking and bike paths, and expansive lawns provide the setting for leisure, arts, and fitness activities. The terrace offers seasonal patio dining and a year-round view of the campus in all its splendor.

The Village at Willow Crossings offers Independent Living, Assisted Living, Assisted Living for the Memory Impaired and Cottage Living. Cottage residents enjoy their own two-bedroom, fully-applianced Cottage with garage and a full menu of amenities.

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