250 East Debbie Lane, Mansfield, TX 76063
Watercrest at Mansfield is an independent living community that is a part of Mansfield, TX. This community, located in Tarrant County, offers adults the chance to live in an independent, yet supported, way. The city of Mansfield provides much to do outside, including spending time at the Hawaiian Falls Waterpark, exploring the Elmer W. Oliver Park, and checking out the Mansfield National Golf Club. Those who are interested in history will enjoy visiting the Mansfield Historical Museum and Heritage Center.
Watercrest at Mansfield seeks to be a comfortable home for those who choose to be a part of this independent living community. Those who are looking for a safe place to live with a caring staff will find that here. Our staff is dedicated to looking out for the needs of those who choose to become a part of our community.
In addition to providing our residents with a helpful staff and a great location, we also offer the following:
We are here for those seniors who are looking for an independent living community to call home. When you choose Watercrest at...
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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Your first hand experiences really help others. Thanks! Please be very careful and take note of how your loved ones are being "managed " at Watercrest. I discovered many instances where medications were incorrectly dosed, delivered and ordered. My parent was given a med that they were allergic to which resulted in a hospitalization due to an adverse reaction. This did not happen once , but seemed to be a pattern of medication mishaps that continued during their two year stay there. In addition the registered nurse on staff , while friendly and social , is not the sharpest tool in the box. I challenged her on many med errors and ridiculous conclusions that she drew regarding my parent's health. In addition to having to request services over and over and not having phone calls returned , I have photos of bruises that were on my parent's body. These were discovered during an doctor's visit and the physician told me it was imperative that we move my parent from that facility as soon as possible. Also, the staff would greet me with complaints about my parent each and every time I visited. My parent was too demanding, my parent was wearing them out, my parent was a pain etc etc. It is not hard for me to believe that my parent was struck by a caregiver based on the negative feedback I was bombarded with. Watercrest is beautiful. Don't let that fool you. They are understaffed, especially at night. Wherever you place your parent , review med orders. Check out the food, the CMA's and the availability of management .
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