Belmont Village Senior Living Memphis
6605 Quail Hollow Rd, Memphis, TN 38120
Based on 10 reviews
Services and Housing OptionsAssisted Living, Memory Care, Respite
Belmont Village Senior Living Memphis Description
Belmont Village Senior Living Memphis is located 2.2 miles from Germantown, a mid sized town with a population of 39,240. Other nearby cities and towns include Bartlett, Olive Branch, Lakeland and Collierville. The community is in a middle-upper class neighborhood where the average income is $101,467, 33% of the country has a higher median income.
This community provides Assisted Living, Memory Care and Respite Care and has Studio, One Bedroom and Suite apartments available. Studio apartments start at an estimated $3,438 a month, while the average cost of Assisted Living is $3,741 in Memphis, $3,425 in TN, and $3,545 in the United States. These prices are estimated. Belmont Village Senior Living Memphis is a member of a larger group of communities called Belmont Village. Belmont Village Senior Living Memphis is ranked 6 out of 25 communities in Memphis and is ranked 164 out of 405 communities in TN.
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circle of friends memory support
physical, speech and occupational therapy services on-site
short-term respite and transitional stays
assistance with daily living
dedicated memory care neighborhood
on-site therapy services
whole brain fitness lifestyle
specially trained staff
licensed nurse and well-trained staff on-site 24/7
social and enrichment activities
chef-prepared dining, 24 daily choices
bistro with daily refreshments
free scheduled transportation daily
salon with services for men and women
wi-fi throughout the building
pet friendly community
Healthcare Near Belmont Village Senior Living Memphis
Belmont Village Senior Living Memphis is close to a wide range of health providers including hospitals, pharmacies and dentists. The closest hospital is Saint Francis Hospital which is 1.2 miles away, but there are also other hospitals in the area including Baptist Memorial Hospital for Women, and Spence and Becky Wilson Baptist Children's Hospital. Pharmacies close by are Walgreens Pharmacy which is 0.6 miles away, Walgreens, and Walmart Pharmacy. Have to go to the dentist? Options include Brighton Dental which is 1.9 miles away, Meade Moore Pediatric Dentistry, and Sneed Dental Arts.
Belmont Village Senior Living Memphis is also close to a range of restaurants, culture, shopping and parks. Looking to go out to eat or order takeout? Order Italian at Olive Garden, Mexican at El Toro Loco Mexican Bar & Grill or pizza at Exlines' Pizza. Love the arts? Head on over to Clark Opera Memphis Center, Germantown Performing Arts Centre, or Amphitheater. Enjoy shopping? Spend some time at Oak Court Mall, Hickory Ridge Mall, or High Point Terrace Shopping Center. Looking for a park to relax at? Enjoy the outdoors at Poplar Estates Park, Forgey Park, or White Station.
Weather in the area consists of an average of 179 days of rain, 4 days of snow and 180 days of sun and the total precipitation is around 3.1 inches a year. The region reaches a high of 83°F in the summer and 42°F in the winter, with an average temp of 64.5°F throughout the year. The average humidity is 73.8%, with max winds averaging around 10.2 mph.
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The Belmont team took great care of our mother. The last 14 months of her life were spent in Belmont's memory care. They provided wonderful assistance and kind care for our mother. It is comforting to know that she was so well cared for her last year of life. Our Belmont experience started off in such a positive way. The team was outstanding about helping us get mother settled from the West Coast in an emergency situation. They even loaned us furniture for her apartment until her things arrived.Once we were at Belmont memory care, the considerations continued. Mother had unique California natural food preferences and the Kitchen team was super about filling her requests for salads and salmon and vegetables. She loved the food!We cannot thank the memory care team enough. Our mother lived most of her life independently and alone. The memory care activities every day kept her involved. We saw her thrive having people around her and she lost much of her previous fear/anxiety. My heart smiles when I remember the loving hugs that the memory care assistants gave mom. She'd hold her arms up and they would hug her and tell her she was loved. It was beautiful.Her health situation changed as she became prone to falls and broke her hip. The Belmont nursing staff knew how to handle the situation. Many facilities do not want someone who has both dementia and significant physical limitations. The Belmont team and the nursing staff welcomed her back from rehab with open arms. We will always be grateful to them. Speaking medically, the Belmonts in-house doctor - Dr. Randy Villanueva - was the perfect doctor for us. His medical skills, experience with seniors and his compassionate heart are an amazing combination. He is a gift to his patients and their families.We miss our mother immensely, but it is comforting to know that Belmont made her last year the best it could be. The gift of care and kindness was a priceless one.
I have never been to a facility where the kitchen employees are very rude and ghetto and I'm talking about the women who works in the kitchen mouth are very nasty from the cursing to the loud talking and disrespecting the residents. Josephine Kitchen needs to train their servers a little better here in Memphis Tennessee.
My precious sister was at Belmont. What a wonderful place. The food was GREAT every day! Staff very, very nice. Her room was beautiful and she had great care. So many things to do there.So if you're thinking of a place for your loved one please go to Belmont! You will not be disappointed.
Wow, where do I start? I wish I had found this place when my uncle was living. My aunt and uncle never had children, so it was left up to me to make sure that they were taken care of. My Aunt Louise has Parkinson's disease, and my uncle always looked after her, until he passed away suddenly of a heart attack five years ago. My wife and I did not realize how bad off Anna Louise was, until we spent some time with her after my uncles death in 2012. It turned out that she was needing help with bathing and dressing as well as her medications, not to mention help in the restroom. None of us realized how much Uncle Steve was actually helping her, until he wasn't here anymore. At that point, I felt a strong obligation to make sure that Aunt Louise got the best care possible. It turns out that one of my childhood friends now works with the elderly as a case manager, and she told me that she has had dozens of families who have had family members over the years at Belmont and have been extremely pleased. That spoke volumes to me, and my wife and I decided to take a look at this community. I cannot tell you how impressed we have been after we placed Aunt Louise here. The staff have truly became family. They are extremely professional, from the caregivers who take such wonderful care of her to the Executive Director who runs Belmont. So many of their staff members have been with this community since the place opened. Where else do you see that? Even Aunt Louise loves it! Her two new best friends, Nell and Ethel have been so wonderful for her. It's like she's started to live again, and I never thought that would happen after she lost Uncle Steve. She's gained 15 pounds, that she desperately needed to gain. She had started missing meals, and not taking her medicines correctly at home. Now, I don't have to worry about those things anymore. Thank you for being there when I needed you, Belmont Village!
I have nothing but great things to say about Belmont Village. The only negative comments I've ever heard about this place are from disgruntled employees who aren't doing their job and who are shown the door. My experience with Belmont has been that they do not tolerate anything but excellent resident care from their staff. My mother has been a resident at Belmont since the fall of 2008. It was not an easy decision for our family, and we took our search very seriously. I have two brothers and a sister who were also involved in the search, and we must have looked at a dozen communities before making our decision. What kept us coming back to Belmont was the warm reception that we felt from not only their staff, but from the other seniors that live there. They welcomed my mother with open arms, and made the transition go so smoothly. The Activity Director makes sure that Mother attends their daily exercise group, and always involves her in the outings, because she knows that she loves to get out and about. They even continue to host her weekly Mahjong group, complete with refreshments and a private meeting space, just so she can continue her friendship with her friends that she has known for years. Belmont has been a lifesaver for Mother and our whole family, because we know that she is being well taken care of each and every day.
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