THE RIGHT PLACE TO BE
Each Belmont community is developed to high standards of safety and hospitality, and is specifically designed for the needs of elder residents. Our locations are carefully chosen in attractive, established neighborhoods with convenient access to major health care centers and the amenities of the surrounding community.
From the beginning, the company acknowledged the unique care needs of residents by building a robust health and wellness model that includes around-the-clock licensed nurses, medication and diabetes management, and professional therapy services.
Our attention to evolving resident needs guided the company in the development of its memory care including its unique approach to brain fitness and in Circle of Friends® for Mild Cognitive Impairment, a ground-breaking program that has been honored for health care innovation by George Mason University.
In its responsibility as employer, Belmont recognizes the important connection between employee satisfaction and resident satisfaction. Our investment in our people is characterized by rigorous selection processes, extensive training to maintain our standards, high staffing ratios to ensure resident services, and dedicated programs for employee satisfaction and career development. The company uses an integrated management model that links 75 corporate professionals with community teams to maintain operational standards.
Throughout its history, Belmont has enjoyed successful collaborations with some of the country’s most distinguished organizations including General Electric, JP Morgan Chase, Welltower, and AEW. The company was selected by the National Football League as a dedicated provider of Assisted Living to the NFL Player Care Plan.
ARTIST IN RESIDENCE PHOTOGRAPHY SERIES
“Aesthetically pleasing surroundings are important. I graduated with a Bachelor’s Degree in Fine Art – Interior Design from Northwestern University and then worked at a design studio in Evanston. After three years, I launched Sara Smith Interiors and never looked back.”