Woodcrest Villa is top of the line. It's probably the second nicest in the county that my mother lives in. They have Bingo, a pool, a gym, they get them into little groups at night and play dominos or Skip-Bo. They have a raised garden and they let people grow vegetables or whatever they want to grow. They have a dog park. There are different sizes and kinds of rooms. Her room is not huge, but it's not a studio, it's a 1-bedroom with a bath and a full kitchen. She really likes the staff. However, she told me that sometimes the food is cold and sometimes it's not seasoned very well. The dining area is big and you have all you can eat in the one dining room and you can go back as many times as you want. They also have another dining room that you can be served in and a cafe, which is only open at lunchtime. There's a small store there where you can buy food and other items. They have a bank on location, a hairdresser, and a pharmacy. If you need blood work, you can get that done there, too. They have a doctor that comes in and you can make an appointment to get your nails cut there. One of the best things about it is if you run out of money, they don't kick you out. You always have a place to stay.
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Reviews of Woodcrest Villa/Mennonite Home
August 21, 2017
I am a friend or relative of a current/past resident
October 06, 2014
I visited this facility
Woodcrest Villa is a very nice place run by the Mennonite church. We have a friend who moved there from Florida so we took a look. Everything is brand new and excellent. The staff are all Mennonites, they’re religious people, and they take good care of you.
December 06, 2013
I am a friend or relative of a resident
I visited 3 CCRCs for my loved one with memory loss. All were nice but Mennonite Home was much more responsive to questions, arranging a tour, etc. The care given to my loved one has been fantastic. We are well pleased with the staff, the facility, and the management of Mennonite Home.
December 07, 2012
I visited this facility
I visited Woodcrest Villa/Mennonite Home and I liked it. It was very nice. I wasn't that impressed with the apartment, but the inside the common area, the dining room, the furniture, and all things were really nice. I had lunch there and I thought the food was excellent. The staff welcomed me very well.
About Woodcrest Villa/Mennonite Home
Refund Plans: 25% of Entrance Fee; 0% Refund (Price: 86% of Entrance Fee). Priority access to Assisted Living and Nursing Care on Fee-For-Service basis.
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