Belmont Village Senior Living West Lake Hills welcomed dozens of students from Westlake High School into their community on April 27, 2018 for the eighth annual “Senior Service Day.” The residents worked side by side with the high school seniors and volunteered their time working on various ongoing charitable projects together.
A few of the philanthropic activities the seniors and senior high school students worked on included making tube-sock toiletry kits for the homeless, writing get well cards for patients at Dell Children’s Medical Center, and tying soft fleece blankets for a local shelter.
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With Memorial Day approaching, many are gearing up for patriotic ceremonies, luncheons and special events to honor their vets. Some will host big celebrations in November around Veterans Day, too.
One senior living company, Belmont Village, commissioned a photographer to shoot portraits of veterans, including many Belmont residents, for a glossy coffee table book. Many communities boast galleries of photos of residents, taken in their early 20s or teens when they served in the military. C. C. Young Senior Living in Dallas even honors spouses, hosting an annual tea for widows of veterans. Continue reading “Saluting the veterans: Senior living centers honor residents’ service”
Belmont Village Hunters Creek held its 4th Annual April Showers Umbrella Art Exhibit and Auction at 7667 Woodway Drive, Houston. The event benefited the Alzheimer’s Association and kicked off April 10. Houstonians artfully decorated umbrellas that were auctioned off to help make a difference in the lives of those affected by the devastating disease. Continue reading “Hunters Creek “Artbrella” Exhibition Raises $1,500 for Alzheimer’s Association”
The Chicago Tribune recently featured one of Belmont Village Oak Park’s friendliest residents, Bailey the cat! Bailey and her owner, Jacqy Carnahan, live together in the community along with other residents who have furry companions. Continue reading “Pets Are Welcome at Belmont Village Oak Park”
Belmont Village Hunters Creek is holding its 4th annual April Showers Umbrella Art Exhibit and Silent Auction, benefiting the Alzheimer’s Association. Belmont Village Hunters Creek’s Kim Ward and Alzheimer’s Association CEO Richard Elbein were on FOX26 on Saturday, April 14 to talk about the fundraiser and how the Houston community can get involved. The auction will remain open until Friday, April 20 at 5 p.m.
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Senior Housing News recently featured Belmont Village Sante Fe, the company’s first Mexico City location, for its innovative mixed-use development. The community offers memory care, assisted living, underground parking, a Hyatt hotel, and a sky bridge to a hospital in a single building. This creative use of space offers additional walkability and ways to deliver care.
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The Chicago Tribune recently visited Belmont Village Buffalo Grove to get a closer look at the community’s new Memory Care expansion. The program provides activities to stimulate both the mind and body of the growing population of sernior citizens. The new Memory Care Neighborhood includes 22 apartments in addition to the 21 original units.
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Patricia Will, CEO and founder of Belmont Village, visited the Austin suburb of Lakeway in March for a spring luncheon. Neighbors, seniors and families had the opportunity to learn about the programs and services that the new senior living community will offer. Belmont Village Lakeway opens this summer. Continue reading “Belmont Village CEO and Founder Presents at Lakeway Luncheon”
40-year-old Comedian Pat Tomasulo of WGN’s Man of the People visited Belmont Village Oak Park to see what senior living is all about. Residents showed him the ropes and raced to the finish line.
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