"I moved into my new home and found everyone so helpful. The residents and all of the staff members could not have made me feel any more at home, then and now."
"Joe and I selected the continuing care option and moved into an attractive Virginian apartment on the top floor of Creekside in 2020. It’s perfect for us.
Even though Joe worked here for so many years, we researched a number of other facilities. But after looking around in Virginia and North Carolina, we realized more and more just how much WCL offers its residents – from its amenities to its location close to stores, but most importantly, its compassionate, caring and capable staff and employees.
I also want to live somewhere that had a feeling of community with communal dining. Here we have three wonderful dining venues – the Canterbury Café, Dogwood Dining Room and James River Grille, which give us ever possible meal option."
- Joe & Katherine
"When we moved into our apartment that same WC community of residents and staff members greeted us with smiling faces and (socially distanced) open arms — offering to help, lending a hand. Everyone welcomed us — leaving flowers and cards at our door. We are grateful to be residents at Westminster Canterbury-Lynchburg."
- Laura & Paul
"...We feel very much at home and are very glad we were able to make this major move when we did."
- Earl & Mary
"I don’t at all miss my home. I certainly don’t miss the isolation or the maintenance surprises that seemed to crop up on a regular basis. I now see many more people on a daily basis...I’ll always be grateful that my choice was Westminster Canterbury-Lynchburg."
"My dad, Walter, felt way too young to move to WC. After all, he was only 80 years of age, but we convinced him it was a place to hang his hat when he wasn’t traveling. Dad lived a wonderful life here until he passed away. A funny side note – my father always referred to WC as bed bath and beyond.
We realized early on how fortunate we were that Dad had moved to WC. We knew he had socialization, enrichment, good food and healthcare at his fingertips, and his children had the comfort in knowing that his life without his beloved Blanche was going to be okay."