BELMONT VILLAGE SENIOR LIVING OAK PARK
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Belmont Village Senior Living Oak Park is home to decades of experience, millions of memories and several lifetimes of learning. Our beautiful mid-rise community is nestled in the attractive residential area of Oak Park, Illinois, surrounded by premier dining, shopping and entertainment. We’re just minutes from Rush Oak Park Hospital and nearby numerous places of worship.
Belmont Village Oak Park strives to make every day an engaging, purposeful day for residents. Through it all, we can provide a wide spectrum of support – from assisted living to memory care. Our communities are licensed to the highest level throughout the building. This 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.
Step inside our Oak Park community and discover the abundance of amenities, including elegantly designed common areas for gatherings and a technology center to keep you virtually connected.
Senior Living Hospitality and Amenities
- Chef-prepared dining, 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
- Wi-Fi throughout the building
- Studio, 1- and 2-bedroom residence plans
- Pet friendly community
- Housekeeping services
Senior Living Programs and Support
- Licensed nurse and well-trained staff on-site 24/7
- Medication management
- 24/7 urgent care telemedicine available
- Assistance with activities of daily living
- Physical, speech and occupational therapy services on-site
- Short-term respite and transitional stays
- Diabetes Center of Excellence
- Whole Brain Fitness Lifestyle
- Circle of Friends memory support
- Dedicated Memory Care Neighborhood
- No buy-in or long-term contract required
THE RIGHT LEVEL OF CARE
Complete with exquisite residences and best-in-class care here you are known, invested in and catered to. Our senior living communities provide the right level of care, including 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 ASSISTED LIVING IN OAK PARK
For more than 20 years, seniors have made Belmont Village communities throughout the country their own, surrounded by the highest level of support. What separates Belmont Village from a typical assisted living community is our range of enrichment programs, high standard of care and service, award-winning memory care, premier hospitality and our focus on helping residents live an engaging, purposeful life.
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I want to tell you how much [our family] appreciates all you do on [my loved one’s] behalf. We are aware of every kind word and kind deed you offer, and even more so during this difficult time. I, personally, miss you all and look forward to the time we can visit again and exchange some smiles. Time is spent every day sending out thoughts that you will stay well, at work and in your personal lives.
Marcia W., Belmont Village Oak Park
We are so grateful to all of you at Belmont Village of Oak Park who are taking such good care of mother during this very difficult time. Our family is spread out and knowing that our mother is at Belmont Village under your wonderful care gives us a lot of comfort. Your extraordinary efforts are amazing!!
Bill W., Belmont Village Oak Park
Thank you for everything you have been doing and have already done! It is soooo much and may feel like you are drowning during this pandemic. You and Belmont Village have been doing an excellent job making decisions based on the CDC guidelines and safety of the residents and the staff. It shows how hard you guys have been working, accommodating residents, and keeping staff healthy.
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Tom L., Belmont Village Oak Park
Broken Hearts: Surviving Intense Grief
Wednesday • March 17, 2021 • Noon CST
A CEU EVENT
Wednesday • March 17, 2021
SPEAKER: Trish Abbey, LCSW
Clinical Social Worker
Trish’s work focuses on older adults. After earning her MSW from Loyola University Chicago, Trish has developed her skills in case management, program development, elder abuse, memory care, and supervision. Trish has previously worked as a case manager at Leyden Senior Services and North Shore Senior Services, and at Palatine Township Senior Center as Director of Social Services. She is currently a private practice therapist with In Home Counseling for Seniors. Trish has provided many CEU presentations to a variety of audiences on a wide variety of topics. She is also the Executive Director of the Kott Gerontology Institute, a nonprofit organization that provides scholarships to graduate-level students in a variety of fields focused on aging.
“You will lose someone you can’t live without, and your heart will be badly broken…” — Anne Lamott (Source: Goodreads)
Grief and heartbreak: the two are inseparable — and it’s complicated. So what can we do when we are working with or helping someone dealing with loss? In this presentation, you will learn healthy coping skills, what not to say to someone grieving, available support and other information about the process of grief. We’ll cover grief caused by experiences ranging from death of a loved one or pet, loss of independence, to anticipatory grief. We will also talk about Broken Heart Syndrome in which the body physically reacts to the stress of grief and how that is treated.
For questions, contact Jodi Weinberg at email@example.com 847-537-5000.
1.0 CE CREDITS will be awarded to Illinois nurses, social workers, professional counselors, and nursing home administrators. CEUs provided by Elderwerks Educational Services.
How To Register Online
Redefining Aging, Transforming Medicine, Reimagining Life
Tuesday • February 23, 2021 • 10 AM PT | 12 PM CT | 1 PM ET
Tuesday • February 23, 2021
10 AM PT | 12 PM CT | 1 PM ET
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Speaker: Louise Aronson, MD, MFA
Dr. Aronson is a leading geriatrician, writer, educator, professor of medicine at UCSF and the author of the New York Times bestseller and Pulitzer Prize finalist “Elderhood: Redefining Aging, Transforming Medicine, and Reimagining Life.” A graduate of Harvard Medical School, Dr. Aronson has received the Gold Professorship in Humanism in Medicine, the California Homecare Physician of the Year award, and the American Geriatrics Society Clinician-Teacher of the Year award. Her writing credits include the New York Times, Atlantic, Washington Post, Discover, Vox, JAMA, Lancet, and the New England Journal of Medicine, and she has been featured on TODAY, CBS This Morning, NPR’s Fresh Air, Morning Edition, Politico, Kaiser Health News, Tech Nation and The New Yorker.
For decades, “old” has been defined as beginning between the ages of 60 and 70. That means most people alive today will spend more years in elderhood than in childhood, and many will be elders for 40 years or more. Yet, at the very moment humans are living longer than ever before, we’ve made old age into a disease, a condition to be dreaded, disparaged, neglected, and denied. This presentation challenges not only the way we look at aging but also the way we think and feel about medicine and what it means to be a human being across the lifespan.
For questions, contact Jacqueline Waldburger at 510-525-4554 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
How To Register Online
- On a desktop computer or mobile device, click this link.
- Register with the online form to receive the meeting information.
- You will receive an email with event link, meeting ID and password.
For help in setting up Zoom or registering, please contact Jacqueline Waldburger at email@example.com.
Parkinson’s Art Therapy Support Group
3RD MONDAY OF EACH MONTH IN 2021 Starting MONDAY • JANUARY 18, 2021 10:00 – 11:00 AM CT To Register RSVP to Erin at firstname.lastname@example.org Expression through art can be a gateway to relief for many, including those with Parkinson’s disease. Art therapy is a mental health service where individuals use various art forms and […]
3RD MONDAY OF EACH MONTH IN 2021
MONDAY • JANUARY 18, 2021
10:00 – 11:00 AM CT
RSVP to Erin at email@example.com
Expression through art can be a gateway to relief for many, including those with Parkinson’s disease.
Art therapy is a mental health service where individuals use various art forms and materials to explore feelings, strengthen mind-body connection, and engage with a supportive community. Join us for the first meeting of our monthly support group to make new connections and express yourself.
Space for the group is limited. RVSP Required. A packet of art supplies will be available to registered participants at no cost.