WESTMINSTER VILLAGE
12000 North 90th Street
,
Scottsdale
AZ
 
85260
| (480) 451-2000


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Availability: No

ALTCS/Medicaid: No

Type of community: Alzheimer's/Memory Care, Continuing Care Retirement Community, Independent Living, Assisted Living

License number: 035192

Type of community: Alzheimer's/Memory Care, Continuing Care Retirement Community, Independent Living, Assisted Living

This is the minimum price for this facility - fee's increase based on the level of care.

Westminster Village is dedicated to enhancing the dignity, independence, well being, and security of their residents through a balanced spectrum of residential and health care programs and services. Resources are directed to provide a caring and innovative environment to effectively benefit the residents socially, emotionally, intellectually, physically, and spiritually.
People often say, “There’s just something so different about Westminster Village.” At first glance, it’s hard to put your finger on what makes their community so special. Perhaps it’s the friendly smiles you see around every corner . . . the infectious laughter that rises above the spirited conversations among old and new friends. . . or the warm embrace that reminds us family is near.

Maybe it’s the peace of mind seen in the faces of those you meet who no longer worry about the demands of owning a large home or their future health care needs. Maybe it’s the new freedom to just be yourself and live each day as you choose. But perhaps, it’s simply the childlike glee that bubbles up when a favorite pastime is rediscovered, a new skill is learned or a friendship is born. Whatever it is, they invite you to become a part of it . . to celebrate life and the art of living.
Westminster Village is Scottsdale’s premier, not-for-profit life care retirement community. Located at the southeast corner of the 101 and Cactus Road in sunny Scottsdale, Arizona, it was founded in 1988 by a group of friends and neighbors, who envisioned a community where people could continue their accustomed lifestyles and be assured of lifelong health care. The idea was to assure dignity & independent living for people in their later years.
Westminster Village is set up for clients to join their community in independent care and graduate up as more care is needed. Most of the members of their community join in their early to mid seventies while they still have active lifestyles.

Westminster Village, Inc. is not owned by any individual or group. There are no shareholders making a profit at our residents’ expense. Any and all revenue generated goes back into the community to provide services to our residents. This successful community is guided by a community-based, 12-member volunteer Board of Directors, who ensure their residents’ needs are identified and met. We know our residents are our most important customers and understanding their issues and concerns is our top priority. They rely on a Residents' Council for valuable input and feedback. The Council consists of nine elected representatives who meet monthly. Its highest priority is to maintain cooperation and communication between the residents, management and the village’s Board of Directors.

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  • Do Residents Appear Happy
  • Accessibility, Walkers and Wheel Chairs
  • Ramps and Rails
  • Activity Schedule
  • Medication Management
  • Staff to Patient Ratio
  • Competent Kitchen
  • Care Management
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  1. To find financial assistance for senior housing, do some research first to determine what kind of assistance or living arrangement you need.
  2. Determine what your health insurance might cover for your senior housing needs

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