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Brookdale Belle Meade
6767 Brookmont Terrace, Nashville, TN 37205
Based on 12 reviews
Services and Housing OptionsAssisted Living, Memory Care
For Pricing & Availability(800) 780-8101
To Reach a Resident(615) 353-1990
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Brookdale Belle Meade DescriptionNestled in one of the most opulent areas in all of Tennessee is Brookdale Belle Meade, a lavish senior living community that provides customized assisted living and Alzheimer’s and dementia care. Our seniors have plenty of interesting things to do and interesting people to do them with. The community around them is very upscale and looks more like a resort than what you'd expect from senior living. The Crossings Program at our memory care facility offers a full continuum of dementia care for residents in the early to early-moderate stages of the disease.
Assisted LivingAssisted living is designed for seniors who need help with activities of daily living, such as bathing, dressing, and eating. There are often programs and team members in place in these communities who can provide support with everything from assistance with daily living and basic care to recreational activities and transportation.
Memory CareOur memory care program is designed to help your loved one feel a sense of belonging and purpose, while still preserving their sense of self. We accomplish this goal by assigning the same caregivers to your loved one whenever possible. At our memory care communities, you'll feel right at home with our secure environment.
DiningAs a treasured resident of ours, you'll be able to enjoy the delightful smell of our nutritious and exquisitely-made meals in our elegant dining room every day. If you have feedback, suggestions or family recipes you’d like to share, come to one of our monthly menu chats. Our memory care residents dine in a supportive environment that encourages familiarity and socialization. Your loved one will sit with familiar people at the same time each day, and their place setting will enhance and provide ease during mealtime.
Parent OrganizationBrookdale Belle Meade is a member of a larger group of communities called Brookdale Senior Living
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AmenitiesBrookdale Belle Meade offers its residents a variety of amenities to make them feel at home. These amenities include an Emergency Alert System, pet-friendly fitness center, transportation, parking and a concierge service. Residents can also enjoy the beauty/barber shop, courtyard and garden, porch therapy room, private dining room, arts and crafts studio, walking paths, Wi-Fi access throughout the landscaped grounds, whirlpool, fireside living room, community kitchen, postal services, piano and personal solutions.
assistance with daily living
a variety of activities
special dietary menus
private dining room
emergency alert system
flat screen tv
arts and crafts studio
wi fi access throughout
fireside living room
courtyard and garden
arts & crafts studio
on-site beauty parlor
Employee Reviews for Brookdale Senior Living in Nashville, Tennessee
3.38 out of 5 stars. Based on 8 reviewsEmployees in the Nashville, TN area have generally positive things to say about working for Brookdale Senior Living. They praise the friendly staff, nice building, and great district and regional support. They also appreciate the competitive pay. However, there are some areas of improvement that employees have identified. These include better training for staff, more of an interest in residents from management, better staffing and higher wages to retain talent, and better leadership from the CEO and executive team. Employees also suggest that the company should watch the trainers, take better care of associates, and stop chasing away wonderful employees. Overall, employees appreciate the close teamwork and collaboration that is encouraged, and feel that joining the Brookdale team was one of the best professional decisions they have ever made.
Employee Reviews for Brookdale Senior Living
3.06 out of 5 stars. Based on 1000 reviewsEmployees of Brookdale Senior Living generally have positive things to say about the company. They appreciate the free parking, paid orientation and training hours, and nice residents. However, they have noted that the health insurance is expensive and the deductibles are high. Additionally, CNA's PTO for the first year is nearly nonexistent and the pay deposit system is unusual. There is also a lack of work-life balance, as employees are often called in on days off due to staff shortages. Employees have also reported that management does not advocate for them and that communication is not always good. They have also noted that the pay rate is low and that the facility is often understaffed. Employees have also reported that the security system is an issue and that the training is too automated. Advice to management includes improving communication, fostering staff development, enhancing benefits, and stopping taking credit for work that the front-line workers conduct.
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My Dad fell the first night a week and a half ago. Nobody told us those emergency call alarms on the walls don’t work, on the third floor, where they’re among the most feeble. I asked for a call button. A week and a half later, we’re still waiting on an emergency call button. I’m shocked.
I am a medicare insurance advisor by trade and stopping in today the front desk person was extremely rude and put her hands up in my face as if she didn't want me anywhere near her even though I had a mask on and she did as well. I was only offering two flyers with my contact information on them. When I asked for a business card she said that she would not give me one because I don't need to talk to them I need to talk to the main office in Brentwood. I will and will also express my discontent with the way that this person treats visitors.
Dementia Unit: VERY LIMITED, UNPROFESSIONSL STAFF. NOT ENOUGH STIMULATION AT ACTIVITY TIME FOR DEMENTIA PATIENTS. STUCK THEM IN FRONT OF THE TELEVISION. I ALWAYS FELT AWKWARD AROUND SOME OF THE STAFF DUE TO THEIR PERFORMANCE HANDLING THE PATIENTS.UNFORTUNATELY, MY MOTHER WAS HOUSED THERE FOR A FEW MONTHS. SHE WAS NOT FREQUENTLY MONITORED AT NIGHT. ON ONE PARTICULAR NIGHT, SHE GOT OUT OF BED AND FELL IN THE BATHROOM; THEREBY, FRACTURING HER SPINE. SHE PASSED WITHIN A FEW WEEKS AFTER THAT INCIDENT. AS I LOOK BACK, I REGRET NOT TAKING ACTION AGAINST THE FACILITY.
My Mother-in-law stays here and loves all the care she gets 24hrs a day. She goes to all the activities that keeps her social and active. We don't have to worry as she gets so much love from staff and management, its like they have always been our friends. I highly recommend this place for any aging parents or love one.
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