1296 South Trimble Road, Mansfield, OH 44907
The Waterford at Mansfield offers a vibrant lifestyle that encourages health and independence. For seniors seeking assisted living and independent living services in Mansfield, Ohio, look no further than The Waterford. With easy access to Highway 30 and Interstate 71, visitors and residents are close to all the great attractions Mansfield has to offer, like the historic Carousel District, Granter’s Grinders Bagels, downtown Mansfield, and so much more! Our community is in a conveniently safe, small town that offers the comfort of connecting and making lifelong friends and experiences.
We’ve developed our compassionate, enriching approach to senior care since 1990. We maintain a purpose-built space, and through new implementation of new ideas and goals, we make our home one of the best places for seniors to spend their golden years. You don’t have to take our word for it. Hear from a real resident on how we’re doing: “Everyone makes me feel at home. I have made lots of new friends. I love the choices at meal time, and the servers make me feel special. I would give The Waterford at Mansfield a ‘10.’”
Our campus setting offers a spacious and elegant atmosphere and has been recognized as one...
Total monthly costs depend on room type, select services, and the level of care needed.
*Prices quoted are monthly rental charges and are provided by the communities themselves. Actual prices may differ due to one-time fees, timing and care services required. Speak with your Senior Living Advisor to learn more.
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They can't keep nursing staff because the DON (Director of Nursing) who is only a LPN is full of herself. She's rude and hateful. She drinks and partys and rumor has it, she had a bottle of liquor in her office. [Removed]. Her name is [Removed]. She needs to go. She's ruining the place and Waterford keeps her cause they want the cheapest labor they can get. If nursing makes a mistake on passing out meds they blame the resident, if they lose laundry (which constantly happens) that's the residents fault too. If the resident is ill and food is delivered to their room, it's cold. One thing after another. The nursing staff never takes any blame. It's always the residents fault. The place is a hot mess. I wouldn't put a "hated" family member in there. They get away with having a director of nursing being only an LPN because it's private pay. You don't even have to be certified to be a nurse aid there. And they're NOT certified. So desperate for help they hire on the spot. Then the new employee gets a dose of the D.O.N. and they quit. It's a revolving door. They place is full of ROTTENESS! Employees are quitting like no tomorrow. I DO NOT RECOMMEND THIS PLACE. AT ALL. The place is super expensive and you will NOT get what you're paying for. There are many other places to choose from. Please make sure your loved one goes into a facility that the nursing staff will take the blame when it's their fault and still give the proper care. Believe me, I know. I'm still considering suing them. And probably will.Reviewed on A Place For Mom
Mom and dad have lived there 3 months now and they are happier than they ever were in their prior independent living arrangements. They brag about the caring, kind staff and the delicious food. In the short time they’ve been there, they’ve made lots of friends. Knowing they are happy and well-cared for takes a burden off my shoulders. My experience with their staff has been exceptional. I would highly recommend The Waterford to anyone considering this difficult decision.Reviewed on SeniorAdvisor.com
WE TOUREDS THIS PLACE, VERY PRETTY BUT TOO BIG & BUSY FOR OUR MOTHER & HER NEEDS. SEEMED TO PUSH THE SOCIAL ASPECTS MORE THEN THE MEDICAL ONES. PROBABLY A GREAT PLACE FOR SENIOR LIVING BUT DID NOT FEEL IT FIT OUR MOTHER'S NEEDS FOR ASSISTED LIVING. WITH THAT SAID WE TOURED EIGHT PLACES AND THIS WAS OUR SECOND CHOICE.Reviewed on SeniorAdvisor.com
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