One Thompson Ave West, West Saint Paul, MN 55118
Walker Methodist At Westwood Ridge is a senior living community providing assisted living and memory care services as well as independent living and transitional care. We are located in idyllic West St. Paul, Minnesota, with a quaint downtown that invites exploration — a favorite location for Walker Methodist resident outings.
Our community is committed to offering the highest standards of care while empowering residents to maintain as much independence as safely possible. Here, you’ll find a vibrant social atmosphere, with planned outings and regular activities always scheduled. If you’re located around the twin cities and seeking an active retirement community, Walker Methodist may be just the place.
Life at Walker Methodist at Westwood Ridge means as much recreation or relaxation as you please! We’ve got you covered with well-balanced meals prepared by our chef, indoor and outdoor exercise classes, large communal areas for group events and social gatherings, and other priceless amenities. Our around-the-clock staff is committed to meeting the service needs of residents whenever they arise.
Some of our services include scheduled transportation, a calendar of scheduled events and activities, and health care services catered to your specific needs and level of care. From medication management to...
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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I would like to believe COVID restrictions tainted my review of the facility. Please keep that in mind as you read this. I was excited about Walker, when I toured the Assisted Living apartments and thought their activities would be great for Mom. Then COVID hit and everything was on lock down, and Mom declined significantly during isolation. All the reasons for picking Walker were gone due to COVID. As restrictions were eased Mom had a fall, and it has been one problem after another since. We signed Mom up for services and it started off ok, and lead to her care givers sending her to the hospital multiple times. As it turns out, her care giver noticed Mom’s stools were darker then they should be indicating blood in them, but did not share that with the paramedics until the 2nd time in one week they were called, after Mom passed out.. It should have been mentioned the first time they were called. Then as the paramedics are taking Mom out on a stretcher to the hospital, my arrives to this heartbreaking situation and the nurse on site tells my sister, your Mom can’t come back, she needs to much care. Seriously, awful timing. Not enough to feel run over by a truck but then the nurse puts it in reverse and runs her over again. Fortunately the hospital had folks to help us navigate the next steps. As is, I would not recommend Walker. Without COVID, I don’t know what I would say.Reviewed on SeniorAdvisor.com
My mom has a dog and has some memory issues so we just couldn’t get it worked out for her. [Name removed] and [Name removed] were outstanding to work with....they tried very hard to make it work.Reviewed on A Place For Mom
The staff at Westwood Ridge is amazing. Very caring, very sharp. We have a difficult family situation and they continue to help and guide us through this challenging time for our parents. We feel extremely blessed to have found such a wonderful facility for our loved ones.Reviewed on SeniorAdvisor.com
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