Westminster at Lake Ridge a CCRC

12191 Clipper Drive Lake Ridge VA 22192

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Westminster at Lake Ridge is an assisted living community located in Lake Ridge, VA. Lake Ridge is located in Prince William County and is home to 41,000 people. Lake Ridge is a small city with shops and stores, where residents can enjoy getting out for exercise, going to pay bills, going out to restaurants or relaxing in the comfort of our development.

Westminster at Lake Ridge is committed to providing the highest level of quality care for our seniors while helping them maintain their own sense of independence. Our development offers 24-hour care and on-site assistance to help your loved one with any needs that arise giving them an added sense of comfort and support. At Westminster at Lake Ridge, our focus is on the consistent care of your family member. Our highly trained, professional staff are around the clock should any need for assistance arise.

We are a very fun and social group that encourages interaction through planned events and group activities to encourage fun and enjoyment among our residents. Our amenities and activities include:

  • Three well-balanced meals daily
  • Private and semi-private rooms
  • Nature walks, a gazebo and an outdoor garden area for residents
  • A large communal area for dances, birthday celebrations and other events
  • A sitting area for reading and relaxing
  • Fishing trips, bike rides and fun excursions
  • Laundry and housekeeping services

We are happy to serve the residents in our community and would love to have your loved one join us for relaxation, fun times and lots of new friends at Westminster at Lake Ridge.

Pricing at Westminster at Lake Ridge a CCRC

Room Type
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Studio
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1 Bedroom
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2 Bedrooms
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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 Westminster at Lake Ridge a CCRC

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  • Recent Visit

    Over the holiday I went to visit my aunt at Westminster. She is in the memory care unit that is called "The Neighborhood" - no idea why. When I walked in I could not find any staff. There was an elderly patient sitting in a wheelchair, slumped to the side, almost slid off the seat. This person obviously could not get out of the wheelchair, and did not have the strength to correct their sitting position. While I checked around for help, the patient continued to call out Help, Help. Finally I went to the person and said I would help, but the poor thing was obviously terrified. I made sure that a fall was not imminent. On my continued search for my aunt and some staff I encountered more people confined to chairs, in various places in the center. Someone was beating on the locked door to the neighborhood. Over the years my aunt has received good care in Assisted Living, and I have met very kind people working there. The problem is nursing care and memory care. There is not enough staff, and what they do have are barely able to keep up. They are severely understaffed and it is a chronic situation. Recently, it has become dramatically worse, there have been cutbacks, and I am very worried about her future. I also discovered that the Executive Director, head of HR and a significant amount of nursing staff are now also suddenly gone. The marketing department does a great job selling people on the amenities of this place, but I think if more people took an unscheduled tour of the assisted living and memory care areas, the last beds they will be provided there, they would be afraid to give control of their last days to these people. I was horrified and brokenhearted at the conditions in which I found my aunt and the even worse conditions in which I found her fellow patients. I honestly have no idea what to do. I need to share this, if only to remind people to dig deeper into the future of care here.

    Review originally written on A Place For Mom

    Recent Visit

    Over the holiday I went to visit my aunt at Westminster. She is in the memory care unit that is called "The Neighborhood" - no idea why. When I walked in I could not find any staff. There was an elderly patient sitting in a wheelchair, slumped to the side, almost slid off the seat. This person obviously could not get out of the wheelchair, and did not have the strength to correct their sitting position. While I checked around for help, the patient continued to call out Help, Help. Finally I went to the person and said I would help, but the poor thing was obviously terrified. I made sure that a fall was not imminent. On my continued search for my aunt and some staff I encountered more people confined to chairs, in various places in the center. Someone was beating on the locked door to the neighborhood. Over the years my aunt has received good care in Assisted Living, and I have met very kind people working there. The problem is nursing care and memory care. There is not enough staff, and what they do have are barely able to keep up. They are severely understaffed and it is a chronic situation. Recently, it has become dramatically worse, there have been cutbacks, and I am very worried about her future. I also discovered that the Executive Director, head of HR and a significant amount of nursing staff are now also suddenly gone. The marketing department does a great job selling people on the amenities of this place, but I think if more people took an unscheduled tour of the assisted living and memory care areas, the last beds they will be provided there, they would be afraid to give control of their last days to these people. I was horrified and brokenhearted at the conditions in which I found my aunt and the even worse conditions in which I found her fellow patients. I honestly have no idea what to do. I need to share this, if only to remind people to dig deeper into the future of care here.

  • Recent Visit

    Over the holiday I went to visit my aunt at Westminster. She is in the memory care unit that is called "The Neighborhood" - no idea why. When I walked in I could not find any staff. There was an elderly patient sitting in a wheelchair, slumped to the side, almost slid off the seat. This person obviously could not get out of the wheelchair, and did not have the strength to correct their sitting position. While I checked around for help, the patient continued to call out Help, Help. Finally I went to the person and said I would help, but the poor thing was obviously terrified. I made sure that a fall was not imminent. On my continued search for my aunt and some staff I encountered more people confined to chairs, in various places in the center. Someone was beating on the locked door to the neighborhood. Over the years my aunt has received good care in Assisted Living, and I have met very kind people working there. The problem is nursing care and memory care. There is not enough staff, and what they do have are barely able to keep up. They are severely understaffed and it is a chronic situation. Recently, it has become dramatically worse, there have been cutbacks, and I am very worried about her future. I also discovered that the Executive Director, head of HR and a significant amount of nursing staff are now also suddenly gone. The marketing department does a great job selling people on the amenities of this place, but I think if more people took an unscheduled tour of the assisted living and memory care areas, the last beds they will be provided there, they would be afraid to give control of their last days to these people. I was horrified and brokenhearted at the conditions in which I found my aunt and the even worse conditions in which I found her fellow patients. I honestly have no idea what to do. I need to share this, if only to remind people to dig deeper into the future of care here.

    Review originally written on A Place For Mom

    Recent Visit

    Over the holiday I went to visit my aunt at Westminster. She is in the memory care unit that is called "The Neighborhood" - no idea why. When I walked in I could not find any staff. There was an elderly patient sitting in a wheelchair, slumped to the side, almost slid off the seat. This person obviously could not get out of the wheelchair, and did not have the strength to correct their sitting position. While I checked around for help, the patient continued to call out Help, Help. Finally I went to the person and said I would help, but the poor thing was obviously terrified. I made sure that a fall was not imminent. On my continued search for my aunt and some staff I encountered more people confined to chairs, in various places in the center. Someone was beating on the locked door to the neighborhood. Over the years my aunt has received good care in Assisted Living, and I have met very kind people working there. The problem is nursing care and memory care. There is not enough staff, and what they do have are barely able to keep up. They are severely understaffed and it is a chronic situation. Recently, it has become dramatically worse, there have been cutbacks, and I am very worried about her future. I also discovered that the Executive Director, head of HR and a significant amount of nursing staff are now also suddenly gone. The marketing department does a great job selling people on the amenities of this place, but I think if more people took an unscheduled tour of the assisted living and memory care areas, the last beds they will be provided there, they would be afraid to give control of their last days to these people. I was horrified and brokenhearted at the conditions in which I found my aunt and the even worse conditions in which I found her fellow patients. I honestly have no idea what to do. I need to share this, if only to remind people to dig deeper into the future of care here.

  • Looking ahead.

    We have visited a few places as guests of residents but had always been pleased with Westminster when we visited a cousin of my mother many times over several years. She had an apartment that was very comfortable and we enjoyed our meals with her in the dining room. When we started thinking of our own future we discovered Westminster was going through a major renovation and liked the plans that we saw and the staff's care and accommodations for the present residents. We also liked the size of the facility and the activities within Westminster and in the neighboring community. Westminster's continuing care plan is also and important consideration as we get older. We can make our move when the time comes without mourning what we leave behind us as it gets more difficult to keep up with a house and yard.

    Review originally written on A Place For Mom

    Looking ahead.

    We have visited a few places as guests of residents but had always been pleased with Westminster when we visited a cousin of my mother many times over several years. She had an apartment that was very comfortable and we enjoyed our meals with her in the dining room. When we started thinking of our own future we discovered Westminster was going through a major renovation and liked the plans that we saw and the staff's care and accommodations for the present residents. We also liked the size of the facility and the activities within Westminster and in the neighboring community. Westminster's continuing care plan is also and important consideration as we get older. We can make our move when the time comes without mourning what we leave behind us as it gets more difficult to keep up with a house and yard.

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Community Details at Westminster at Lake Ridge a CCRC

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    • Westminster at Lake Ridge a CCRC Amenities

      • Indoor Common Areas
      • Swimming Pool / Hot Tub
      • Devotional Services Offsite
      • Meals Provided
      • Activities Offsite
      • Vegetarian
      • Devotional Services Onsite
      • Outdoor Common Areas
      • Activities Onsite
      • Beautician Onsite

    Senior Housing Types Provided at Westminster at Lake Ridge a CCRC

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      • Assisted Living
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