The senior living industry will continue to be defined by increasing partnerships as owners, operators and providers strive for better ways to enhance their residents’ experience and improve their health, differentiate themselves from others, and sustain, strengthen and potentially expand their missions.
Assisted living communities are already developing partnerships with home healthcare providers, hospitals and physician practices to provide integrated services or solve specific problems. Technology will continue to revolutionize aging and medical care. Partnerships with local organizations offer opportunities for social, cultural, educational, spiritual and personal fulfillment for residents. Here’s a look at some of the partnerships making news recently: Continue reading “Coming Together: Senior Living Community Partnerships”
ALBANY — Over 1,000 people turned out the weekend of Aug. 5-6 for the grand opening of the Belmont Village Albany senior living center. A ribbon-cutting ceremony was held and visitors were invited to tour the new facility.
“We were absolutely overwhelmed by the community response to our opening,” Belmont Village CEO Patricia Will said.
The opening marks the completion of a long process to develop the land, which is owned by the University of California. The four-story building will eventually house 175 residents and offer independent and assisted living, and memory care Continue reading “New Albany senior housing draws community interest”
Chicago Tribune, Oak Leaves – August 2, 2017
Residents of Belmont Village Senior Living Oak Park hosted “Your Children’s Bookshelf,” an ice cream social event for youngsters from Hephzibah Children’s Association on July 19. Everyone enjoyed ice cream and socializing, then the children were able to choose free books for their own library.
To show their appreciation, the children from Hephzibah made a “Thank You” sign, which was displayed during the festivities, and all of them signed it. Continue reading “Belmont Village Seniors, kids enjoy ice cream and books”
As many senior living operators know, planning and building a new community is a lot of work—and it can be even more challenging when that community is in a foreign country.
Houston-based senior housing owner and operator Belmont Village Senior Living knows this all too well after building its recent $55 million project in Mexico City, its first community outside of the United States.
Venturing off into a new country took a lot of time and consideration, according to Patricia Will, Belmont Village CEO and founder.
“It was not a decision that we took lightly,” Will told Senior Housing News. Continue reading “Belmont Village Plants New Roots with First International Location”
Aliso Viejo officials and developers broke ground on the county’s first Belmont Village assisted-living building on Thursday, July 13.
Perched atop a hill overlooking Alicia Parkway, the site will soon be home to about 150 residences, in addition to a fitness center, salon, town hall and heated salt-water pool.
Located near Temple Beth El off Liberty, the Belmont Village facility’s new address will be 300 Freedom Lane. Continue reading “Senior Living Community Breaks Ground in Aliso Viejo”
Houston Chronicle, Senior Living Section – Tuesday, August 15, 2017
In an effort to raise awareness and funds for the Alzheimer’s Association, Belmont Village Hunters Creek and Belmont Village West University hosted the Bike to End Alzheimer’s event at their communities on June 21.
The event was an all-day indoor, stationary bike relay held on the longest day of the year to symbolize the challenging journey those with the disease and their caregivers face every day. Continue reading “Belmont Village raises funds to fight Alzheimer’s”
The sculpture, called Torqueri VIII, will be dedicated July 11.
ALBANY – A sculpture by Bruce Beasley will be unveiled on July 11 at the new Belmont Village Senior Living facility. The sculpture is part of the city’s public arts program and was included as part of the development on the UC Berkeley-owned property.
The sculpture, called Torqueri VIII, will be dedicated at an 11:30 a.m. ceremony at Belmont Village, 1100 San Pablo Ave. Beasley will speak at the ceremony as well as Albany Mayor Peggy McQuaid, Albany Arts Commission chair Peter Goodman and Belmont Village CEO Patricia G. Will.
“This is an important one,” Beasley said, noting the scale of the piece. Continue reading “Art installation to be unveiled at Belmont Village Albany”
The statistics are shocking – even more so if you are a senior or have senior parents or relatives. The risk of falling increases with age and is greater for women. Every second of every day, a senior falls somewhere in the U.S. When an elderly person falls, his/her hospital stay is almost twice as long as for those admitted for any other reason. Approximately 9,500 deaths in older Americans are associated with falls each year.
Sheri Easton-Garrett, MSN, RN, senior vice president of clinical services at Belmont Village’s corporate headquarters in Houston, was shocked before beginning research into interventions to prevent falls in Belmont Villages’ 25 senior communities across seven states and Mexico. Continue reading “Belmont Village launches program to reduce falls among seniors”
For decades psychologists have been working to unlock the secret to successful aging and to determine how to define happiness in the eighth, ninth and even tenth decades of life.
Continue reading “Belmont Village Senior Living shares keys to a purposeful life”