Throughout the month of July, the word “independence” is all around us. While we are celebrating patriotism and freedom, for older adults, the word takes on a different meaning. This Independence Day, we’re inspired by the incredible achievements, wisdom and independence of our residents. At Belmont Village, seniors are busting the myth that you lose […]
Have you been exercising your memory recently? Your brain is a muscle just like any other, so for it to perform at its best, you need to exercise it. In our recent webinar, Your Memory is Your Story, actress Marilu Henner explored how to exercise your brain in an effort to improve your memory. As […]
Belmont Village Resident Teaches the Benefits of Meditation to Alleviate Symptoms of Parkinson’s Disease
Belmont Village Glenview resident Sheila Dixon is one of the 1 million people in the United States affected by Parkinson’s disease, a progressive, incurable neurological disorder that results in a complex array of systems.
Caring for older adults is a big responsibility, whether you’re a family member or a trained professional.
Resident Jean Howell celebrates her grandson’s nuptials with the help of the Belmont team.
Staff members share their heritage with fellow co-workers through annual pot luck dinners
Belmont Village Resident and Astronomy Fan, Bill Griswold Spearheads Solar Eclipse Viewing Party for Fellow Residents.
Belmont Village Turtle Creek’s Lisa Mach Receives TALA Hero Award for Second Year in a Row.
As we near Memorial Day, we remember the men and women who sacrificed their lives serving our country.
With 11 married couples and more than 560 years of marriage, there’s a lot of love at West Lake Hills.