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The Wentworth Of Las Vegas
2620 Lake Sahara Dr, Las Vegas, NV 89117
Based on 81 reviews
Services and Housing OptionsAssisted Living, Memory Care, Respite, Rehabilitation
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The Wentworth Of Las Vegas Description
The Wentworth of Las Vegas is a suburban senior living community located near Mountain View Hospital, Summerlin Hospital and Southern Hills Hospital as well as Boca Park, Tivoli Village Shopping Centers and Downtown Summerlin. It is tucked away in a quiet area in The Lakes near Summerlin near Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area. The community is lively and warm, with social, cultural and exercise programs including happy hours, art classes and walking club. The menu of seasonal, nutritious chef-prepared dishes is available at multiple dining venues.
The Wentworth Of Las Vegas is located 3.1 miles from Spring Valley, a small city with a population of 178,395. Other nearby cities and towns include Summerlin South, Paradise, Enterprise and Las Vegas. The community is in a middle class neighborhood where the average income is $58,608, 56% of the country has a higher median income.
This community provides Assisted Living, Memory Care, Respite Care and Rehabilitation and has Studio and Suite apartments available. Studio apartments start at an estimated $2,939 a month, while the average cost of Assisted Living is $2,960 in Las Vegas, $3,137 in NV, and $3,545 in the United States. These prices are estimated. The Wentworth Of Las Vegas is a member of a larger group of communities called Elegance Living. The Wentworth Of Las Vegas is ranked 38 out of 75 communities in Las Vegas and is ranked 68 out of 146 communities in NV.
assistance with all activities of daily living
routine personal care
assistance with medications
personal care services
assistance with daily tasks
assistance with the activities of daily living
specialized memory care
specialized activity programs and special events
daily social and recreational activities
social and recreation activities
private dining room available
restaurant-style meal service
private dining rooms
personal laundry service
scheduled transportation services
personal laundry and linen services
basic cable tv
beauty and barber salon
onsite beauty salon
beauty salon and barber
personal emergency call system
personal call system
small pets allowed
Healthcare Near The Wentworth Of Las Vegas
The Wentworth Of Las Vegas is close to a wide range of health providers including hospitals, pharmacies and dentists. The closest hospital is Cosmetic Surgery of Las Vegas which is 0.8 miles away, but there are also other hospitals in the area including Summerlin Hospital, and Spring Mountain Sahara. Pharmacies close by are Smith’s pharmacy which is 0.2 miles away, CVS Pharmacy, and Walgreens. Have to go to the dentist? Options include toothfairy children's dental which is 0.9 miles away, Apsolute Dental, and Alan L. Ozaki D.D.S..
The Wentworth Of Las Vegas is also close to a range of restaurants, culture, shopping and parks. Looking to go out to eat or order takeout? Order pizza at Bambino’s East Side Pizza, Asian at David Wong's Pan Asian or Japanese at Ohjah Japanese Steakhouse Hibachi. Love the arts? Head on over to Las Vegas Art Museum, Summerlin Performing Arts Centre, or Area15. Enjoy shopping? Spend some time at Spring Valley Town Center, Charleston Antique Mall, or Best In The West Shopping Center. Looking for a park to relax at? Enjoy the outdoors at The Lakes, Canyon Gate, or Old Spanish Trails Park.
Weather in the area consists of an average of 52 days of rain, 0 days of snow and 312 days of sun and the total precipitation is around 0.5 inches a year. The region reaches a high of 90°F in the summer and 43°F in the winter, with an average temp of 67.2°F throughout the year. The average humidity is 28.5%, with max winds averaging around 10.8 mph.
This community is licensed by the state of NV. It is a large-sized community with 150 total beds.
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This place is a complete joke. Totally incompetent employees and management. Caught care givers falsifying records. Found our loved one totally unresponsive due to severe dehydration. Management is a revolving door. In the two years our family member was a resident they went through four directors, several managers and a VP of Oper
The reception staff is completely incompetent. Mail properly addressed to residents is returned. Candy delivered is apparently taken by the staff as it doesn't get to the residents. Visits are difficult in normal times but during the pandemic, they have not even helped residents receive telephone calls. My dear friend is a 96 year old resident in the Memory Care unit. She doesn't understand why her friends can't visit. Yesterday was her birthday and 3 friends went to visit through her window. The receptionist kept telling them "give me 2 minutes." They waited 45 minutes and then left. The staff did take in the cake and cards but who knows if they were received.
This place is terrible. Should be called The Wentworthless. Low level staff is horrible. Their response to a full diaper is to double diaper. My mother has been to the hospital more than once due to their negligence. Truly a terrible company. Not to mention they have rampant Covid. This place is so dirty. Please if you care about your loved one, do not bring your family member here.
We are very happy with The Wentworth from the minute you walk in the door and throughout the complete facility. The staff is wonderful. Our father has lived there for a couple of years and has some challenges and everyone there looks outs for him as if he were their own family. Armando the head of med techs is a pleasure to work with and helps us out as unfortunately we live in another state and we are the primary care for our father. We highly recommend The Wentworth.
My girls and I were so blessed to be invited last week to an event at the Wentworth to visit with the staff, residents, and Santa Claus. Everyone was amazing and we were also treated to some pizza, sandwiches and refreshments. I want to thank you all for an amazing evening. From my family to your Happy Holidays!!!
I toured Wentworth many months ago and again this week. The building is beautiful and in a quiet location, as it always was, but there was a new and very welcome positive change and feel to the place. New staff and leadership clearly have genuine concern and care for the residents. I truly believe this will be a wonderful place for my father.
If you plan on moving your loved one to the Wentworth Las Vegas, you might want to think again in my opinion. 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 in my opinion. 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 the room she had been in since day one. Than the next new manger 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 first, so we were not able to be there to make the transition less stressful and confusing for her. In my opinion 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 a world of difference, 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 seemed to cause her to be very sad 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 in the memory care side and just increase the amount of times we visit her each 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 and push on the memory care door until it opens and alarms, 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 has been very confusing for her but yet they say she is a wonder and a risk to the manager loosing her license so they say they are going to serve an eviction notice.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. I am upset with myself thinking the Wentworth had my moms best interest in mind and letting them treat her as they have over the past 4 years. FYI, Most of the care takers are amazing people with great skills I just wish that had some say so in managements decision. We have had multiple care takers say they would take my mom to their own homes if they could, they all seem to love her. Update after just talking to one of the VP's they have decided to stick with evicting my mother but after going to look at other facilities I WANT TO THANK THEM FOR EVICTING HER if it wasn't for this I would of newer know how many other great facilities are here in Las Vegas with measures in place to deal with keeping my mom safe without evicting her. My mistake for being lazy and thinking she was in the best place I wish I would of talent the time to tour some of these other great facilities we have here. Thanks for listing I will you the best if you have an elderly loved one that you are trying to find a place for.
Our family toured the Wentworth and had decided to place our loved one in the memory care unit. Joelle was welcoming during the tour, and after. always greeted us with "Hello Friend." We gave a deposit, paperwork, a doctor's physical and then, later on, found a better fit in a family style Alzheimer's Association approved group home. I emailed her to let her know we were going a different route. Instead of emailing me back, I had to call, and was curtly told, "Your paperwork is in a folder here for you" I did not get transferred to Joelle, as I asked. Then, when finding that the doctor's physical was NOT in the folder, I was, again, curtly, directed to Erin, the executive director, who told me I could not have it as my father was not a resident! I am the one that supplied it, and I could not have it back! I insisted I was shown her 'shredding it." The staff is nice until you take away the $1500 deposit and the future $4300 a month for a shared room, and then, they won't return an email or greet you. Glad we chose a different location.
This facility was quite nice when my mother moved in, unfortunately, it started going down hill. The food has not been good. A fruit cup consisted of 2 strawberries. Fresh salad is rare and portions keep getting smaller. My mother's room has not been cleaned for 3 weeks and I washed her sheets. For almost $3000.00 a month I think we should expect more for her money. The activities have been reduced to almost nothing and the bus takes them to very few places. I could never recommend anyone move there.
I placed my mother in this facility in 2016. At the time I was very impressed with the facility. It had recently been renovated and overall is a beautiful facility. The staff was very attentive and caring. And the medical director, Gio was a tremendous resource in getting my mother settled as well as assisting with getting her seen in-house. At the time, my mother was still able to participate in the activities which she loved. Unfortunately my mother's health and dementia deteriorated. After a short stay in a rehab unit, I moved her to a group home as I could not afford the expense of memory care. I did however keep up with some of the staff, most of whom have been let go or moved on. I have heard the reorganization and changes in staffing has not gone well and am horrified to hear some of the stories from staff as well as reviews. If you are considering the Wentworth, or any assisted living facility for your loved one, please do your due diligence and make regular visits to the facility to check up on them.
My relative lived there for just over a month when it became clear this facility was unsafe. The suite they showed was different than the suite you move into. The halls smelled so strong of urine I physically gagged every time I'd visit. I brought this to the attention of the Executive Director who swore this issue would be dealt with and it wasn't. Likely because they do not regularly clean their residents. The food is not edible and served to the residents cold. None of the other residents looked happy. Not enough staff and I pressed the emergency button and it took over 20 minutes for someone to come. This was after the bathroom had crap all over it. We chose this facility after looking at all the positive reviews which we now question who wrote them. Our loved one was forgotten about for meals and he smelled so bad he developed bed sores. We brought all sorts of issues to their attention and promised things would get better. They didn't and we are fortunate we found a 5 star facility elsewhere. So the experience was not just our perspective. This facility should be shut down it's that unsafe. They also charged upwards of $3,700 a month. The menu often is not followed through by their cooks who think soggy sandwiches and cold nuggets are acceptable. Some of their staff have very bad attitudes and should not be care aides. The doctor they hire also had very questionable billing practices. I called the doctor to find out why we were paying $800 in one month for prescriptions and the office refused to return our call. They also said my loved one could not walk down to the dining room. We hired a physiotherapist who they recommended who said there was nothing wrong with him which proved the point they were not doing their job. They would rather wheel residents down then to give them exercise. All this place cares about is money at the expense of the happiness of residents.
On April 1st I participated in a paid event as a vendor. I was told to leave an invoice and had previously filled out vendor paperwork including a W-9 form as requested. To this date I have never been paid for services rendered. I have had to provide 3 W-9 forms and now I am not even getting calls returned. I have turned it over to their corporate office in another state. I'm not giving up. I have worked with 3 separated business managers, 2 directors and 3 activity directors. I provide services for assisted living facilities all over the valley, and this is the first one to not pay their bill. I personally would not put a loved one in this place. If you cannot keep your staff, and you don't pay your bills- what kind of good service can yu provide the people that live there.
My wife and I travelled a long distance not knowing we could not visit my sister at Wentworth due to COVID 19. After explaining our situation the to the Executive Director Trina Anderson, she was able to make a special accommodation for our visit. We had to follow all the COVID 19 protocols which was fine with us. My sister was very happy to see us and although not very happy not being able to receive guests under the COVID 19 rules, she was glad we were able to visit with her under the circumstances. She said the living conditions were nice and the food was very good. We were pleased with the cleanliness of Wentworth and the staff was very kind in all respects. We considered this to be a safe place for her and pleased she is receiving excellent care.
As a healthcare professional, I visit communities around the valley, and have made many visits to the Wentworth over the years. The building is beautiful, and has gone through extensive renovations recently. I've known and worked with their Executive Director, Trina, for many years and have always been impressed with her dedication and care for her residents and staff. She has the highest standards of care, and her residents always seem happy and very well cared for. The team has done a great job during the pandemic to go above and beyond in keeping their residents safe!
I am one of the providers that have patients at the facility. I am very satisfied with the care my patients receive at Wenthworth. The place is clean, organized and currently with the pandemic, the facility had taken all necessary CDC guidelines/precautions to keep the residents, staff and essential workers safe . The Director of Health and Wellness and the techs work well as a team addressing issues that comes up regarding my patients. Family of patient tells me that they are routinely updated with status of their patient's health. The family are engaged by the staff to be part of the patient care. The My patients have been receiving quality care from the staff which impacts my patients outcomes.
My profession takes me in and out of many assisted livings facilities and this is one of my FAVORITE places to visit. The Wentworth is a beautiful five-star community that provides outstanding care. The residents are amazing, and the care staff is dedicated and loving. I’ve truly enjoyed being a community partner with The Wentworth. ROCK STAR TEAM!!!
Vendor at Wentworth, ever since I started working here I realize that the staff is very friendly and takes really good care of all the residents. The place looks great and Trina the Executive Director has put a lot of effort so it keeps it's high standards. Pleased to work here and form part of the team.
This is a very nice building. I have know the administrator Trina Anderson for the past three years. I met her when I was a nurse case manager at a skilled nursing facility here in Vegas. I had one of her residents who were ready to discharge and return back to the assisted living. We started talking, she knew the medications the patient was taking, her sleep patterns, likes and dislikes. I was extremely impressed when she told me she was the admistrator of her building. She is involved with all aspects of her building and expects nothing but quality care for her residents. I trust her 100% with my patients and continue to refer patients and families to her facility.
I have the privilege of working with a bright and caring community team at Wentworth of Las Vegas. No one could have foreseen the unknown with this pandemic but this team continues to work to protect each and every resident and look after each other. I appreciate their dedication and positive attitude - that’s what will always set this community apart from the rest. Thank you, Team Wentworth!
Cena the Med Tec takes excellent care of my sister in the Memory Care section. She deserves all the accolades she can get. She knows my sister like a book and is very respectful of her needs. I can't say enough about her, she's always available if I need her, and she is a wonderful and beautiful person.
I am the new Executive Director at The Wentworth of Las Vegas. I have been here for 2 months and love it here. The atmosphere and team is amazing! Elegance's standard of care is high and our team is going above and beyond for our residents. I have been blessed to get to know our residents and families. I am so proud of our team at Wentworth Las Vegas.
Anna the Med Tech at swing shift usually text me if my husband vitamins , allergy med ,pull-ups, wipes are kind a low. She is very attentive of Harvey's needs. And also Robert the swing shift caregiver also cut Harvey's hair. Actually all of the caregivers in the dementia care are very attentive to my husband needs. In fact I know all the caregivers name, and they work so hard and very dedicated. : AJ; Sina; Nicole; Lem; Jasmin; Martha; Menen; Linda; Sondra; Anna; Robert; & TD. They treated my husband Harvey with dignity and respect and they should be all rewarded equally.
I was invited with my family to attend an event with the residents and Santa Claus yesterday at Wentworth Las Vegas. My kids were given gifts by Santa and were treated to pizza and sandwiches. It was a great turnout and the staff as well as the residents were amazing. The property is in great condition and we want to thank you all again for a great night. From our family to your Happy Holidays!!!
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