The Wentworth of Las Vegas

2620 Lake Sahara Dr Las Vegas NV 89117

866-465-5993

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The Wentworth of Las Vegas provides the opportunity for you to truly enjoy your retirement years. You need never worry about cooking, cleaning, getting around town, home maintenance or managing your own medications. You are able to enjoy a warm home environment while living with the added measure of comfort, independence and security.

We offer both Assisted Living and Memory Care Services to our Residents. Our rates are very competitive and offer a very friendly, home-like environment. Tours available 7 days a week by appointment.

Pricing at The Wentworth of Las Vegas

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*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.

Reviews of The Wentworth of Las Vegas

3.9 of 5 Average rating
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  • Nice Place

    Toured the community recently looking for my dad and it was very pleasant. Was greeted warmly by the front office and met a lot of the staff along the tour. The residents looked happy and so did the staff. I understand its under new management and after reading reviews, I can see a lot has changed. I had a very warm feeling and we are looking forward to moving through the process in getting dad settled.

    Review originally written on A Place For Mom

    Nice Place

    Toured the community recently looking for my dad and it was very pleasant. Was greeted warmly by the front office and met a lot of the staff along the tour. The residents looked happy and so did the staff. I understand its under new management and after reading reviews, I can see a lot has changed. I had a very warm feeling and we are looking forward to moving through the process in getting dad settled.

  • Think twice

    You wrote a review for The Wentworth of Las Vegas 4 days ago 1.0 star rating [date removed] If you plan on moving your loved one to the Wentworth Las Vegas, you might want to think again. My mother has been at the Wentworth Las Vegas for the past 4 years, over that time period we have seen 4 executive mangers come and go. Each time a new one comes on board, they try to make changes to justify their position. They started with wanting to move my mom from her private room to a shared room after many phone calls and meetings they decided to leave her in her room she had been in since day one, then the next one wanted to move her to the memory care unit when her doctor said she only had early stages of dementia and didn't need to be in memory care yet, so after a long battle they dropped that Idea. Then about 8 months ago they got another new manager and she moved my mom to the memory-care side without informing the family, so we couldn't be there, this really messed with my mothers mind and well being. If we could of been there to help with the transition it would of made the world of difference so since then my mom has been very confused always talking about her room upstairs it seem to cause her to start to feel helpless like she did something wrong, this move caused her to be very sad and depressed but by the time we found out it was too late they moved all her stuff and bed so to move her again would only confuse her worse so we decided to keep her and just increase the amount of times we visit her a week and we hired a care taker to come in the middle of the week when we are all working. By the way the person that made that rash decision is no longer with the company. Now we have a new manager and her decision is to EVICT MY 86 year old mother because they said they can't take the risk that she might want to return to her ways of wanting to go for a walk or I should use their terms to wonder outside. She is in the memory care side of the Wentworth they are locked in but they take her into the main lobby once and a while for group functions and she remembers her old ways of going for a walk and wants to go outside, this is very confusing for her but yet they say she is a wonder and a risk to the manager loosing her license so they want to kick her out. What kind of place is this? My mother isn't the only one that wants to go for a walk or the only one suffering from memory loss. Think twice before you decide to trust the Wentworth with your loved one.... My mom keeps asking me what did I do wrong why are they throwing me out. Short answer because you became a problem for them..

    Review originally written on A Place For Mom

    Think twice

    You wrote a review for The Wentworth of Las Vegas 4 days ago 1.0 star rating [date removed] If you plan on moving your loved one to the Wentworth Las Vegas, you might want to think again. My mother has been at the Wentworth Las Vegas for the past 4 years, over that time period we have seen 4 executive mangers come and go. Each time a new one comes on board, they try to make changes to justify their position. They started with wanting to move my mom from her private room to a shared room after many phone calls and meetings they decided to leave her in her room she had been in since day one, then the next one wanted to move her to the memory care unit when her doctor said she only had early stages of dementia and didn't need to be in memory care yet, so after a long battle they dropped that Idea. Then about 8 months ago they got another new manager and she moved my mom to the memory-care side without informing the family, so we couldn't be there, this really messed with my mothers mind and well being. If we could of been there to help with the transition it would of made the world of difference so since then my mom has been very confused always talking about her room upstairs it seem to cause her to start to feel helpless like she did something wrong, this move caused her to be very sad and depressed but by the time we found out it was too late they moved all her stuff and bed so to move her again would only confuse her worse so we decided to keep her and just increase the amount of times we visit her a week and we hired a care taker to come in the middle of the week when we are all working. By the way the person that made that rash decision is no longer with the company. Now we have a new manager and her decision is to EVICT MY 86 year old mother because they said they can't take the risk that she might want to return to her ways of wanting to go for a walk or I should use their terms to wonder outside. She is in the memory care side of the Wentworth they are locked in but they take her into the main lobby once and a while for group functions and she remembers her old ways of going for a walk and wants to go outside, this is very confusing for her but yet they say she is a wonder and a risk to the manager loosing her license so they want to kick her out. What kind of place is this? My mother isn't the only one that wants to go for a walk or the only one suffering from memory loss. Think twice before you decide to trust the Wentworth with your loved one.... My mom keeps asking me what did I do wrong why are they throwing me out. Short answer because you became a problem for them..

  • Very nice tour. It is in need of updates around the inside and outside.

    Review originally written on A Place For Mom

    Very nice tour. It is in need of updates around the inside and outside.

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