BELMONT VILLAGE SENIOR LIVING BUCKHEAD
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Belmont Village Buckhead is home to decades of experience, millions of memories and several lifetimes of learning. Our beautifully landscaped senior living community is nestled in the quiet, tree-lined residential neighborhood of Sandy Springs, surrounded by premier dining, shopping and entertainment, and just a short drive from world-class hospitals and healthcare facilities in downtown Atlanta.
At Belmont Village Buckhead, we strive to make every day an engaging, purposeful day for our residents. Through it all, we can provide a wide spectrum of support – from personal care to memory care. Our building is licensed throughout to the highest level of care, which means couples with different care needs can stay together. And as your needs change, we can change with you, offering the right level of care for where you are right now. Our experienced management team and specially trained staff are here to provide just the right balance of care and support to suit any lifestyle.
Whether you’re searching for personal care or an award-winning memory care in Atlanta, we invite you to visit our community. Once here, you’ll discover the abundance of amenities, including an array of elegantly designed common areas for gatherings, an on-site fitness center, and dining that is second to none.
Senior Living Hospitality and Amenities
- Chef-prepared dining with 24 daily choices
- Bistro with daily refreshments
- Professionally supervised fitness program
- Salon with services for men and women
- Free scheduled transportation daily
- Social and enrichment activities
- Library with internet access
- Studio and 1-bedroom residence plans
- Pet friendly community
- Housekeeping services
Senior Living Programs and Support
- Licensed nurse and well-trained staff on-site 24/7
- Medication assistance and supervision
- Assistance with daily living
- Physical, speech and occupational therapy services on-site
- Whole Brain Fitness Lifestyle
- Circle of Friends memory support
- Dedicated Memory Care Neighborhood
- Diabetes Center for Excellence
- Short-term respite and transitional stays
THE RIGHT LEVEL OF CARE
Step inside our community and you’ll find everything you need to thrive physically, socially and mentally is at your fingertips – a professionally managed fitness center with on-site therapy services, a licensed nurse and well-trained staff on-site 24/7, innovative, award-winning memory enrichment programs and a vibrant social activity calendar. You’ll enjoy restaurant-style dining and chef-prepared meals with new friends at Josephine’s Kitchen, get pampered in our full-service salon, and schedule complimentary transportation for personal excursions and appointments with our concierge.
BEST IN CLASS SENIOR LIVING IN ATLANTA
For more than 20 years, seniors have made Belmont Village communities throughout the country their own, surrounded by the highest level of support. There are several aspects that separate Belmont Village Buckhead from other senior living and retirement communities in Atlanta, but if you ask our residents or their families, they cite our award-winning memory care program, hospitality and our focus on helping residents live an engaging, purposeful life. Explore our Atlanta-area Belmont Village Senior Living communities.
Each and every time [I was in Josephine’s Kitchen] felt like I was out at a restaurant! The meals looked like they came straight out of Bon Appetite magazine. I also noticed that each resident was being attended to as if they were part of the staff’s family and that was very comforting. Kudos to everyone for continuing to provide the care, compassion and critically important stimulating programs for your residents while juggling these difficult pandemic challenges.
Debra H., Belmont Village Buckhead
I am so thankful that you all are taking such good care of all the residents and especially [my uncle]. When I call him, he sounds very engaged and often tells me he will have to call me back because he is doing one thing or another. His mood sounds greatly improved and I wonder if it is because he is getting to know everyone a little bit better since he is spending all his time there, but also because you all are doing such a good job of keeping them engaged.
Robin H., Belmont Village Buckhead
In a world where there is so much negativity, I wanted to share some positive and uplifting feedback about your staff members and how they’ve recently touched my heart. I’ve spent 23 years as a social worker in and out of SNF’s and ALF’s being an advocate for our older adult population. They don’t often need much – sometimes all it takes is making a connection – warm hand, or making eye contact and offering reassuring words letting them know they’re okay when they seem confused or unsure at a particular time. I had the pleasure of seeing your team displaying this very behavior in action when I was downstairs seeing my patient… and their genuine care and concern for their residents actually made me emotional! It was so touching and I just needed to let you know what incredible people you have working in your building! And, the best part was joining Bre in singing Christmas songs and getting everyone involved… it was a blast!
Dara M., Belmont Village Buckhead
A New Map of Life
TUESDAY ∙ AUGUST 3, 2021 • 10 AM PT | 12 PM CT | 1 PM ET
TUESDAY ∙ AUGUST 3, 2021
10 AM PT | 12 PM CT | 1 PM ET
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Speaker: Laura L. Carstensen, Ph.D.
Director, Stanford Center on Longevity, Professor of Psychology and the Fairleigh S. Dickinson Jr. Professor in Public Policy
Dr. Carstensen’s research program includes theoretical and empirical study of motivational and emotional changes that occur with age and the influence such changes have on cognitive processing. She is an elected member of the National Academy of Medicine and has served on the MacArthur Foundation’s Research Network on an Aging Society and the National Advisory Council on Aging to National Institute on Aging. She is the author of A Long Bright Future: Happiness, Health, and Financial Security in an Age of Increased Longevity.
Discussions about aging underway in the nation and around kitchen tables are typically fraught with concern. However, many of the challenges that longevity raises stem from a fundamental mismatch between the length of the lives we are living and the social norms and cultural institutions and supports that guide us through life. The Stanford Center on Longevity argues that we must build a culture that support century-long lives. In this talk, Dr. Carstensen will provide a birds-eye view of longevity and the role that culture played in extending life expectancy. We will also address ways in which the tragic COVID-19 pandemic offered unique insights into ways to redesign our lives so that quality of life improves at all ages.
For more information, contact Lauren Hollasch at firstname.lastname@example.org or 773-327-2200.
Never Too Late: A Senior’s Journey to Wellness and Transformation
WEDNESDAY ∙ JULY 28, 2021 • 10:00 AM PT, 12:00 PM CT, 1:00 PM ET
WEDNESDAY ∙ JULY 28, 2021
10:00 AM PT | 12:00 PM CT | 1:00 PM ET
Speaker: Joan MacDonald, Senior Fitness Influencer
Join us for an inspiring hour with 75 year old fitness sensation, Joan MacDonald. Joan transformed her life at age 70 without any prior gym experience. Through daily exercise, meal planning and a new outlook on life, Joan has lost more than 70 pounds, gained substantial muscle and greatly improved her health. We’ll discuss Joan’s fitness and nutrition regimen, as well as the advice she has for seniors and women who want to transform their lives. Her decision to document her journey on Instagram has led to 1.4 million followers. She is continually inspiring and motivating others to start their own life changing journey.
For questions, contact Jacqueline Waldburger at 510-525-4554 or email@example.com.
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