Caregiver & Family Resources


Successful Aging Along the Continuum of Dementia Care

By Beverly Sanborn, L.C.S.W., Gerontologist and Vice President of Program Development, Belmont Village Senior Living


The Sibling Factor: 5 Dos and Don’ts for Caring for Aging Parents Together

When is the last time you clashed with one of your siblings? If your answer has anything to do with your teen years, then you probably are not currently sharing the responsibility of caring for an aging parent.

The Belmont Village training team has developed a exercise to better understand residents needs

The Aging Game: A Guide to Understanding

Caring for older adults is a big responsibility, whether you’re a family member or a trained professional.

Senior couple moving into a new apartment.

Moving Made Easy

The process of moving can be a bit daunting under any circumstance, but for those transitioning to senior living, it can be particularly stressful.

Tips for identifying changes in your loved one

Home for the Holidays: Identifying Changes in Your Loved One’s Health and Behavior

With the holiday season upon us, it’s a wonderful time of year to reconnect with family and friends

Belmont’s In-house Rehab Teams offer Expert Care & Support

Fall Prevention Series Part 2: Belmont’s In-house Rehab Teams offer Expert Care & Support after a Fall

Belmont takes a proactive approach to help prevent falls and offers a range of support to help residents recover quickly if a fall does occur.

Tips to help your parent or a loved one make the move to a senior living community

5 Tips for Making the Move to Senior Living

To ease your loved one’s move, here is a look at 5 essential tips to keep in mind as you prepare.

Belmont Village offers support for managing marriage and mild cognitive impairment

Managing Marriage and Mild Cognitive Impairment

Most couples would say they were firm in their commitment when they took their marriage vows.

FAQs About Memory Loss

What Are You Forgetting?

Losing keys, forgetting names, not knowing where you parked the car. . . the list goes on. Most of us have moments when we struggle to remember.