This year, Belmont Village Senior Living communities and corporate office joined forces to become a National team for the Walk to End Alzheimer’s, with the goal of raising $100,000 nationwide to help fight the disease through research and support services. We are proud to announce that we surpassed our goal and raised more than $115,000! Thank you to all who fundraised, donated and participated.
News & Events
A new veterans portrait photography exhibit is being installed at Belmont Village Senor Living Thousand Oaks in connection with the anniversary of the U.S. entry into World War II with the bombing of Pearl Harbor. Continue reading “Belmont Village Thousand Oaks installing veterans photo exhibit”
What began as an article about Buffalo Grove resident Rocco Marchetta’s wartime experience transitioned into another story. Marilyn Emigh, one of his four daughters, had quite a different story to tell, one of pride and love for a father who taught his children to work hard and be responsible.
Rather than redirect the interview, it was best to simply let her tell her father’s story. About a soldier that survives his injuries during World War II to build a business in Park Ridge that served clients for years. Continue reading “Veteran Proud To Have Served His Country, Owned Salon”
The Storied Lives program bridges the gap between generations by providing young adults the opportunity to learn from the elderly. Students are connected with local seniors and document their lives through a series of interviews. Each partnership culminates in a closing ceremony in which the student presents their story and reflects on the remarkable accomplishments made by their subject.
Desert Mountain High School students visited the Belmont Village Scottsdale community to record the lives of our residents and treasure their memories for years to come. Continue reading “Storied Lives Program at Belmont Village Scottsdale”
Senior living companies seeking to offer housing in urban areas can face many obstacles during the site location and building processes, but a payoff comes in addressing the needs of an unserved or underserved market.
And the market for senior living in urban areas appears to be growing.
“People who’ve lived all their lives in suburban environments may be attracted to the suburbs or the city, but the ones who’ve been in the city definitely want to stay there,” Belmont Village Senior Living founder and CEO Patricia Will told McKnight’s Senior Living. Continue reading “Meeting some seniors’ desire for urban living presents challenges, benefits”
Belmont Village Albany has been nominated for the fifth-annual Senior Housing News (SHN) Architecture & Design Awards under the assisted living category. More than 80 communities nationwide submitted their new construction and renovation projects for consideration. Entrants are vying for top honors across 10 categories this year: Affordable, Assisted Living, Continuing Care Retirement Community (CCRC), Independent Living, International, Renovation/Repositioning, Skilled Nursing / Post-Acute Care, Stand Alone Memory Care, and Student Exhibition (Architecture) and Student Exhibition (Interior Design). Continue reading “Belmont Village Albany Nominated for 2017 SHN Architecture & Design Awards”
Fighting Back Against Alzheimer’s is special event, open to the public, taking place Thursday, November 16 from 1 p.m. – 3 p.m. at the Valley of the Sun JCC in Scottsdale.
Three experts, Dr. William Burke, Dr. Edward Perrin and Bevelry Sanborn, with their decades of combined experience and knowledge will present the latest information on research, clinical trials and changes in supportive care that can offer hope to those affected by the disease. Continue reading “Belmont Village Senior Living to host free event, Fighting Back Against Alzheimer’s”
For Thomas Sanders, photo shoots are routine. But this day is different.
At Belmont Village Senior Living, 15 World War II veterans sat patiently and waited for their turn.
Sanders doesn’t ask them to smile.
“When I photograph the veterans, I usually ask them to think about their war experiences as a I photograph them,” he said. Continue reading “Portraits of Veterans Leave Lasting Legacy”
Today’s Transitions is recognizing local services and communities whose innovative ideas are improving the quality of life for seniors and caregivers. Read about one of four Today’s Transitions Innovation Award winners who won in the Innovative Healthcare Services category. Continue reading “Belmont Village St. Matthews Receives Innovation Award for Circle of Friends”