A Tradition of Excellence
Established in 1974, Westminster Village Muncie is a licensed, not-for-profit Life Plan Community (formerly known as a continuing care retirement community) serving East Central Indiana with six levels of living including retirement apartments, assisted living, long term care and rehab-to-home. The 300,000 square foot community is located on 65 beautifully landscaped acres northwest of Muncie.
WHAT OUR RESIDENTS AND OTHERS ARE SAYING ABOUT US
I am privileged and blessed to be a resident at Westminster, especially during this very difficult and critical time in my life. Westminster is not just a place to exist; it was, and is, a concept of a wonderful, ever-developing place to consider for comfort, continued education, and programs for physical, mental, and spiritual well-being. At the top of the list for me is to be aware that it is perfectly alright to be spiritually grounded at Westminster. My family and I are most appreciative!
We moved to Westminster Village on June 6th, 2018 and it has been a very positive experience. Free movies and popcorn on Friday – what more could you ask for?! We have made many new friends and renewed old friendships. You can choose to keep to yourself, or participate in many activities. Transportation is available for Ball State activities, community events, and shopping. Our daughter and son both live in California and are greatly relieved to know we are “Safe and Warm.” We feel like this is the place for us to be at this time.
We wanted to move to where it would be safe for both of us, all maintenance and care would be provided, and a place where progressive medical care was available, within minutes. We also wanted a place where we could continue to enjoy independent living, more freedom, and access to all the locations and events we had been attending for decades. Every night, when we go to dinner, we can sit with both old and new friends, where we exchange stories from our past lives.
We love living here with so many friends and colleagues we’ve known through our church and Ball State and we’ve met so many new friends. After taken care of our parents’ homes in other cities and states, we didn’t want to put that burden on our girls since they all live away from Muncie. Westminster Village was the perfect solution for us.
I truly love living here. I feel safe & comfortable and I enjoy meeting many friends, both new and old. I also feel independent, as much as if I were in my own home. The staff is remarkable, full of love and concern for me. I am glad that I made the decision to move to Westminster Village.
My wife, Twila, and I moved to Westminster Village five years ago, November. After some checking around, we thought Westminster seemed to offer many things, like church services and other amenities, such as the bank, beauty shop, etc., that we were used to when we lived at home.
We moved to Westminster Village three years ago because we wanted to participate fully in the life here while we were able. We wanted a community that would meet our needs now and in the future. When we made the decision, we did a cost analysis and found Westminster to be surprisingly affordable. During COVID restrictions, the staff have made heroic efforts to keep us safe and healthy. We are grateful to be here and doubly grateful we came when we could enjoy all the amenities.
We have all the amenities and comforts of our large home, without the upkeep and lawn maintenance. Living at Westminster is so easy – everything you could want or need is available. Our children all have peace of mind and don’t worry about us because they know we are cared for. We feel so blessed and privileged to have found our “special senior home” at Westminster Village.
I know that someday I will need for my care to be up graded and it is all here for me at Westminster. I would tell anyone looking for a wonderful place to live, look no further, you have found it her because the people living at Westminster, and those working here, are the kindest and best!
Because of our age and health issues, a decision was made to downsize and simplify our life. Marilyn’s mother lived at Westminster for twenty-two years and had very positive experience. She passed away just three months shy of her 100th birthday. Being familiar with life at Westminster, we naturally considered it a strong possibility. Our children agreed.