Love Letters

Our community teams are dedicated to making a difference for our residents and families and the healthcare providers we work with. Occasionally they write to tell us how we're doing. We're touched by these letters and we take their words to heart in the day-to-day operations of our communities. We've decided to share these letters to give families considering Senior Living a very personal glimpse of what you should expect for your loved one.

Dear Donna, In reflecting on the last week and the time my father spent in The Neighborhood, I wanted to be sure that you know how grateful I am for Margaret D. I have no doubt that her professionalism and her leadership of the staff on that floor made the difference in the excellent quality

Donna C. [ Read More ]

I started working here about 6 months ago, and I have to say that the environment at Belmont Village is a spectacular one that keeps both the residents and employees at ease even during the busiest days. It’s obvious that such remarkable standard will surely be linked to the strength of the management, so I

Lotanna N. (PAL) [ Read More ]

Dear Tim, I am sending this to you on behalf of the Belmont team that was so supportive of my mother, Connie B. I would like for you to communicate to all those that assisted her, that my family and I are very grateful for the care she received. I was very impressed with the

Paul J. B. [ Read More ]

Dear Patricia Will, Nancy T. is a nurse at your community in Buckhead. She has worked there a number of years and has been very helpful to my family in the care of my mother, Ruth. My mother lived at Belmont Village for ten years; the last two years of her life, she lived in the

Charles A. P. [ Read More ]

Dear Patricia, My wife – Mary F. was a resident in the Neighborhood at the Belmont Village of Turtle Creek from early January 2015 until her death last Saturday August 13th. She was diagnosed in August 2009 and after a serious fall in October 2014 – it was obvious that I could no longer take

Bob C. [ Read More ]

My father, Jeremiah E. G., served in the U.S. Marine Corps during World War II from March 1943 through October 1945. He went through basic training in San Diego and did his infantry training at Camp Pendleton, CA. He was stationed throughout the South Pacific and proudly served in the following battles: Battle of Leyte,

James P.G. (USMC) [ Read More ]

Thank you for being there for Dad and meeting his needs in every capacity. We felt that there was nothing that you could not handle.

Donna, Keith, Meghan, and Brenna H. [ Read More ]

Living here for but three months has been nothing short of life saving and life changing. The staff always goes out of their way to make me feel safe, cared for, vital, and simply special. I no longer feel alone. Everyday, I feel better physically, mentally, and emotionally.

Marvin M. [ Read More ]

Their care and attention, as well as their warmth with our parents, just brought joy to our hearts.

Anne F. and our family [ Read More ]