Senior living providers and developers are more focused than ever on creating buildings and operational models that bring people of all ages together. To take a deep dive into this trend, tune in to the latest episode of Transform. You’ll hear from Patricia Will, CEO of Belmont Village, and Bob Turner, a development management consultant for Otterbein SeniorLife. Continue reading “Belmont Village CEO Patricia Will on the Transformer Podcast”
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The LA Kings and the Pasadena Humane Society partnered with the Belmont Senior Living Community as part of the Pets for the Elderly program
On Tuesday, February 12, the LA Kings and the Pasadena Humane Society partnered with the Belmont Village Burbank as part of the Pets for the Elderly program. Six senior dogs were brought to the Belmont Senior Living Community with the hopes of finding permanent, loving homes.
Construction is underway for Belmont Village Senior Living’s first Florida community. Belmont Village Fort Lauderdale, opening fall 2019, is nestled in the heart of the city, surrounded by premier dining, shopping and entertainment. The community is near the beach and Hugh Taylor Birch State Park, and just a short drive from major healthcare facilities and numerous places of worship. For more information on Belmont Village Fort Lauderdale, click here.
Information Center Now Open
Visit our information center at 2591 East Sunrise Blvd., Ft Lauderdale, 33304 or call 954-524-8500 to learn more about Belmont Village Senior Living!
Nationally Recognized Provider Brings Award-Winning Design and Programs to Orange County
Belmont Village Senior Living will celebrate the opening of its 29th community – its 13th in California – at 300 Freedom Lane in Aliso Viejo on Saturday and Sunday, February 9 and 10, from noon to 4:00 pm. During the open house, guests will tour the area’s newest senior living community. Events are open to the public but RSVPs are requested at 949-643-1050.
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As Helen Craig celebrated 105 years of life on Tuesday, Jan. 29, surrounded by family members, the longtime West University Place resident said seeing another year is a blessing and a source of wonder.
Born in Hamilton, Texas, in 1914, Craig was the eldest of three children. She moved to West University in 1948 and lived in the same home there until a few years ago when she moved to Belmont Village Senior Living West University. Continue reading “West University Place resident reflects as she turns 105”
Belmont Village Aliso Viejo, our first community in Orange County, opened its doors for a Grand Opening celebration February 9-10. Construction is complete and the community is preparing for resident move-ins in late February. The community offers Assisted Living and Memory Care residences, featuring everything residents need to thrive physically, socially and mentally.
Now Taking Reservations
Visit our community at 300 Freedom Lane or call 949-643-1050 to learn more about Belmont Village Aliso Viejo and reserve your spot!
In the rush of this time of year, some of us may try to spread holiday cheer with a generic Christmas card or, if we’re really thoughtful, baked goods.
But the women of the Elmhurst Ladies Chorus share the spirit of the season with the kind of consideration and inclusion that would make even the Mr. Potter types joyful. Continue reading “Elmhurst Ladies Chorus serenades its former soprano, age 101, at Belmont Village Geneva Road”
A photographer is documenting the stories and faces of some local veterans.
Belmont Village Senior Living commissioned photographer Tom Sanders to capture the photos and stories of its veteran residents for its American Heroes: Portraits of Service project. View the video here.
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Belmont Village Senior Living Founder & CEO inducted into Texas Business Hall of Fame 2018 Class of Business Legends at 36th Annual Induction Dinner
Starting a Senior Living business was not on Belmont Village Founder & CEO Patricia Will’s radar when she launched her real estate career after earning her MBA from Harvard, but she knew she wanted to do something that mattered. It was in the mid-nineties, as she worked in healthcare development, that she found her true calling. Her mother-in-law, Josephine, was struggling with early stage Alzheimer’s disease. Her family’s unsuccessful search for the right place for Josephine is what lead Will to co-found Belmont Village with long-time friend and business partner Walter Mischer, Jr. The company launched in 1997 as an integrated developer, owner and operator of best-in-class Senior Living communities.