Belmont Village Green Hills held an exhibit opening for their American Heroes: Portraits of Service Gallery on January 23. The permanent exhibit features iconic portraits of 21 veterans taken by nationally-recognized photographer, Thomas Sanders. Alongside each portrait is a plaque with details about their service. Continue reading “Belmont Village Green Hills Opens Permanent Veteran Portraits Exhibit”
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Robert Wallace saw the first sign of Alzheimer’s disease in his mother when she was around 75 years old and struggling to write a check to the IRS.
“She was sitting with her checkbook and crying because she couldn’t figure out how to write the check,” the Westlake Village man recalled. “I thought, ‘This isn’t a good sign.’ That was the first time that I realized she was losing her ability to do daily affairs.”
His mother, Margie Huberland, was living in a condominium at the time. Less than a year later, she moved to the Belmont Village assisted-living facility in Sherman Oaks. Continue reading “Comedians hope to get the last laugh over Alzheimer’s in Thousand Oaks”
Alzheimer’s investigator Dr. Pierre N. Tariot shares his latest research on Alzheimer’s from 1 to 3 p.m, Wednesday, Jan. 31 at the Valley of the Sun JCC, 12701 N. Scottsdale Road.
Dr. Tariot will discuss information regarding prevention of Alzheimer’s disease and the possible impact it could have now and for future generations during a free public presentation, “Alzheimer’s Prevention: Pipedream Or Possibility,” according to a press release. Continue reading “Dr. Pierre Tariot shares latest research information on Alzheimer’s”
Belmont Village Burbank celebrated its 15th Anniversary of serving Burbank seniors and families with a luau. Guests enjoyed Polynesian cuisine, entertainment by authentic Hawaiian dancers and a visit from Belmont Village Founder and CEO Patricia Will. Residents and staff filled a time capsule, with mementos to be opened in 2027.
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Photo courtesy of Harvey Branman.
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Congratulations to Belmont Village Sunnyvale Executive Director, Radhika Singh for being named one of Argentum’s Senior Living Leaders under 40.
In 2017, Argentum launched the first Senior Living Leaders Under 40 recognition program. Responses poured in from all segments of the industry, describing the achievements of everyone from seasoned executives driving company growth to a college student who founded a nonprofit to involve youth in the fight against Alzheimer’s disease. Continue reading “Belmont Village Executive Director Recognized as Senior Living Leader Under 40”
Argentum, the largest national association for senior living providers, has recognized Belmont Village Albany with the 2017 Senior Living by Design Award. The award honors architects, design firms, and senior living providers that achieve innovative architecture in senior living communities. Belmont Village is one of five senior living communities to win the award and recognized for increasing resident engagement in an environment that offers a new approach to aging, leaving many of the old stereotypes behind.
Click here to read the full article in Argentum’s Senior Living Executive magazine.
SeniorAdvisor.com has recognized 12 of Belmont Village’s communities as recipients of their 2018 Best of Senior Living Award. SeniorAdvisor.com is the premier online ratings and reviews site for senior care providers nationwide. The award acknowledges a select group of senior living communities across the country based on the high reviews given by seniors and their families.
Continue reading “Belmont Village Communities Receive SeniorAdvisor.com 2018 Best of Senior Living Award”
This year, Belmont Village Senior Living communities and corporate office joined forces to become a National team for the Walk to End Alzheimer’s, with the goal of raising $100,000 nationwide to help fight the disease through research and support services. We are proud to announce that we surpassed our goal and raised more than $115,000! Thank you to all who fundraised, donated and participated.