Westminster Manor - Bradenton, FL

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  • Minimum Age of Accepted Residents
  • Activities Onsite
  • Devotional Services Available
  • Indoor Common Areas
  • Meals Provided
  • Aging in Place
  • Nurses on Staff
  • Podiatrist Available
  • Physical Therapy Available
  • Occupational Therapy Available
  • Speech Therapy Available
  • Complimentary Transportation
  • Outdoor Common Areas
  • Beauty & Barber Services
  • Pets Allowed
  • No Smoking Allowed in Private Areas Indoors
  • No Smoking Allowed in Public Areas Indoors
  • Wheelchair Accessible Showers
  • Hospice Available
  • Respite Available
  • Resident Parking Available
  • Male Residents Accepted
  • Female Residents Only
  • Doctor on Call
  • Nurse on Call
  • Homecare Onsite
  • Dentist Available

Customer Reviews

Best decision

I have been a resident for a little over a year & this was one of the best decisions I have made.

Where's the management at night and on the weekends?

They health center really needs help. I was a rehab patient there recently and it wasn't what was touted to me by their representative when I was at the hospital looking for a rehab place. They put me in a room with another patient, when I was told there's private rooms and I would get one. My first day there I was told if I needed anything to just use the call button. Well not only did it take more and 40 minutes for someone to answer my call button, the aide came in, turned off my call button, and said they would "be right back". An hour went by before I had to use the call button again to have someone come and help me. Again waiting more and 20-30 minutes before someone came. My questions/concerns regarding my care went unanswered for day's as each person from the nursing staff would say that someone else had the answers. I was told to use the call button if needing to get up for the restroom, so I did. When someone FINALLY answered my call button, they told me until they find out from therapy if they could get me up, to just go in my diaper and they would change me. Totally Unacceptable! My scheduled medications that I'm to take at a certain time in the morning, were NEVER on time. Was told by the nurse that they are taking care of many patients and would get to me as soon as they could. I asked about getting a shower and was told "It's not your(my) shower day". I asked why can't a shower be arranged at any time and again was told "because it's not your shower day". Majority of the aide's that I interacted with were terrible, rude, and difficult to understand as they don't speak to you and talk looking the other way or on their way out the door and not wanting to address my needs. The aide's during the day shift seem to be best, but the evening shift and weekends were HORRIBLE! During the evenings they were loud with each other going down the hall. I was in a room across from a meeting room and majority of the night they would sit for hours in that meeting room on their cell phones and being loud to where I could not sleep. When asked to please keep it down so I could sleep, my request were just ignored. I wonder how/why a facility can run like this......Where is the management? Who's running this facility? How can these aide's just do what they want. Aren't they working to help us that are in need? I feel for the patient's who can't speak up for themselves and what they might be going through. The therapy staff are very friendly but I never knew when they were coming to do therapy, and most of the time I was not ready for therapy when they wanted me. It would have been nice to have a schedule, or knew when they were needing me so I could tell the aide's to have me ready. A positive that I can state is the food was Great compared to the hospital, and always served plenty where I was never hungry.

I don't recommend assisted living

Mom lived in the Manor for 25 days. She lived in assisted living where I was assured she'd have help with her ADLs. I stayed with her the first week so I saw first hand what happened. Once she was moved in, no one met with her to give her an orientation or even to show her where to go for meals. When I asked for one, I was told by the Nurse Director she was too busy and someone else would come. No one did. We didn't eat there the first two days because we didn't know where or when to go to meals. No caregiver came to her room to help her dress. In the 25 days she was there she wasn't helped to bath once. In 25 days she went to one activity because they didn't have an activity director, so there were few activities and no one came to tell mom about them. She sat in her room alone. After I left, she called me on the phone constantly worrying she'd miss meals because no one could be bothered to help her learn the new schedule of when they were. After she'd been there 20 days the Nurse Director told me she wasn't adjusting to the new environment and told me I had to move her out immediately and provide a private caregiver until I did. My calls to management went unanswered so I moved mom out. (I later found out the director was an interim director). Mom did not 'adjust' because 1) they didn't give her time to adjust and 2) no one made any effort to help her. For whatever reason, the Nurse Director didn't want a resident that actually needed more than 10-20 minutes help a day (she told me no one in assisted living needed more than that. If you need more, you need to be in memory care). The Manor is absolutely lovely and the food is so good I wish I could eat it everyday. I'm 55 and qualify to live in their independent living units and I'd do it in a flash if I was ready to retire. But if your loved one needs assisted living, this place doesn't provide it.

Mom loves it there!!

Westminster has been a wonderful place for my mom! She has a spacious room which is bright and sunny. The food is excellent and all of the staff are very caring and attentive. They provide rides for shopping and doctor appointments and have many activities for the residents to encourage relationship building and support. She feels safe and enjoys the independence she has, knowing support is immediately available if needed.

Big Results From A Small Facility

I have been a rehab patient at the Manor twice now. Both times I can say that I am glad that I made that choice. The therapy team did a great job planning out and performing my therapy. The nursing team did a great job caring for my wounds and ensuring that not only were my immediate needs taken care of but that other areas of need were addressed. A small facility with a big caring heart.

Not a good place

My experience with having my mom at westminster health center was not very favorable. We placed her there after a hospital stay as a trial to see if we might consider having there permanently in skilled nursing and have dad move to the assisted living side so they could be together in a facility. But after this trial experience, I would not recommend sending your loved one there. The occupational and physical therapy staff are quite capable and caring, and they should be complimented, but other than that, much needs improvement. In particular, nursing staff and supervision needs improvement. Although I visited practically every day, getting updates on mom's condition and progress was always like pulling teeth. There was always a lot of "it's not my job" or go talk to do and so, who would refer you to someone else. Even the nursing supervisor had similar attitude, so there's a problem for sure. Also, my mother has no use of right arm so needs her food cut for her. On two occasions i visited at mealtime. However no one pair attention or cut her food. I typically don't write reviews but this experience prompted me to do so. The facility also needs a thorough cleaning, as in several occasions, soon as you walk in the door, there is an unappealing smell. The assisted living side of westminster may be good, but I can't recommend their health center if your loved one needs that kind of care.

This community is adequate for our needs. Very caring, faith-based facility with nice rooms, several options for living style (garden building vs central high-rise). Activities are mostly up to residents to organize. Attractive, well-maintained buildings. Good value for the fees.

Best facility in town for the value. The super elite places may be better but are generally not covered by insurance.

My best friend had a horrible past experience in another skilled nursing facility so we toured the facilities before choosing Westminister Manor Health Center. They were far superior to the other local facilities. It is clean, most of the staff is cheerful and helpful, although they do get frustrated too. The rooms are nice and homey and do not have a hospital feel. The food is decent and they allow you many choices. The physical therapists work hard to help the patients improve.
I will mention the one bad review stated mixing rehab patients with long term nursing patients, so I think they may have had mixed up the facility with some other place. This is a rehabilitative skilled nursing facility, not a long term nursing home.

Westminster Manor is a great place

The people at Westminster Manor were simply great with my dad. They treated him with respect, humor and love. It is the people who make it like home. He was laughing and joking the whole time he was there.

His room and the facility were clean and the staff was very responsive to any of our concerns. We were very happy with his care!

Just Right

My mom and I visited several properties in the area. She had a budget but could afford most. There were fancier places, but they made her feel uncomfortable. After visiting this location, she said she had found the right blend for her. [Removed], our sales representative, was kind, not pushy and honest. My mom suddenly become excited about this stage of her life and all the choices vs. limitations. She's been there for a few months now and has thanked me several times for pushing her to move into an independent living facility. Couldn't be happier that she's happy and safe.

Caring with kindness

We could no longer care for mom at home and we were in another facility that is a BIG corporation in town and all over. Name doesn't count when care is poor. We toured Westminster Manor health center and the cleanliness was noticed along with the staff interaction with residents. Now of course there are"smells" from time to time , but hey, there's a smell at times in my bathroom area too. It's not always roses if you know what I mean?
Anyhow, I find them to include residents in daily activities, helping with meals and keeping them engaged as much as possible. All you have to do is ask the staff and they are willing to direct you in the right direction for any issue or administration. Were invited to all care plan meetings too.
This has been hard to no longer be able to keep mom home, but sure glad she's here with caring staff.

Horrible!!! Stay away!

If I could give a zero I would. Horrible! My mother was transferred here for rehab after a stroke. Your eyes water and nose burns from the urine smell the minute you walk thru the door. The staff must be nose blind. Rehab is mixed with long term nursing care patients which certainly is NOT an encouraging atmosphere for rehab patients. My mother asked several times if this was where she would be staying. We said NO and she replied.. Oh Thank God!
We never knew who her doctor was. What her care plan was. Who her social worker was etc. We started working on getting her out as soon as we could. By the way-- when we asked to tour the place prior to her transfer--- we were NEVER shown THIS area of facility. Run-- do not walk--away from this place. I have much more to say and many more examples (with documentation AND videos). Just ask...

My Mother Loves The Food

It has been an adjustment for mother to the community, but overall everything is working out pretty well. She is trying to make some new friends, and trying out some of the activities they offer. The community is well-kept, they do keep her room and the community nice and clean. I feel their responsive time for maintenance issues needs to be better. She is pleased with the food. They are providing great to her.

Dorothy McNichol/ Westminster review

My friend Dorothy [removed] just moved in 3 weeks ago, and It has been diffucult time for her. Mark and all of the staff have been very helpful. I am very impressed with the Westminster community, The food is outstanding, and I would recommend Westminster to anyone that would need your services.

Extremely nice people.

I am just waiting to get my own mobile unit here at this facility. I love everything so far and it looks like hopefully in the next 2 months i will be moved in here.

MJB West-Man Review

I am disappointed with the clarity of the facilites medical care and it's certification: to do certain care procedures in Assisted Living. e.g. 1. therapy care and the need for outsides services to continue therapy; what kinds of procedures can/cannot be done in house.
2. Poor communication with the "house " doctor and patient needs.
I am still unclear about billing procedures for medicare, pharmacy, housing costs, and rate increases. Have to be vigilant on the costs. I am having 2nd thoughts about Auto-Pay.

Mark Weaver is Awesome

My dad has since moved out of Westminster, but it wasn't because of anything they did. He just didn't want to be in an assisted living place. Mark Weaver at Westminster was great - he was a huge help. Everything about the community was great, can't say enough good about it.

Nice Place and Good Rehab

I went in to their rehab when I had my last knee replacement and I sat with a lot of the ladies that were in their assisted living. I thought, overall, it was a very nice place. They had 3 or 4 dining rooms and their rehab was nice. The guys that worked on me did a really good job. The expense is a little on the high side but if you can afford it, it's a nice place.

Very nice good value for th...

Very nice good value for the money but units do not have a kitchen just a small microwave and refrigerator

We toured here on 7/25. My...

We toured here on 7/25. My parents liked it; felt comfortable.

From the Community

Choose a waterfront mid and high-rise or downtown apartment home or embrace luxury in a “Majestic” villa for that “Home of your Own”
Located in Bradenton, Westminster Communities make up a multifaceted community that has all the ingredients to make your dreams for the future come true right now.  From the splendor of a waterfront view out your beautiful two-bedroom mid-rise residence to the convenience of city living in a luxurious downtown apartment home, both campuses that comprise Westminster are close to everything that defines active living in Florida.
Enjoy the tranquility of the Manatee River at the Towers or Shores.  Make the most of in-town living at the Manor. Either way, this community has all the ingredients to make your active-living dreams for the future come true today.
Westminster Communities of Bradenton also provide Residential Assisted Living and Skilled Nursing services.
When you choose one of the Westminster's modern downtown apartment homes or opt for a beautiful residence with panoramic water views, you'll maintain exactly the active lifestyle you desire, while benefiting from an array of active-living programs, on and off campus planned activities along with a stunning array of first class amenities.