Belmont Village was nice, and the rooms were nice and adequate. They had a workout room, a nice entryway, and a dining room. The staff seemed personable. They had a month-to-month rental, and that was good.
This is a rather newish facility and it is bright and cheery inside. Immediately as you enter there is a front desk with someone to greet you. One can see the dining room from the entrance. The food is excellent here and the wait staff are attentive. The location is excellent near a Walgreens as well as numerous restaurants in the area. There is a very active senior community who like to talk politics. Residents often go on various trips to see plays or go to the museum. Staff is helpful. Very clean facility.
If you are searching for skilled assisted living or memory care for your loved one, quality care does not come cheap. This facility is certainly pricy, but is also all-inclusive—and the staff to resident ratio provides the care your loved one requires.
The activities and events could use a bit more inspiration, but this is an ideal place for seniors who require daily assistance with ADLs, or whose mobility or memory is on the decline.
Unlike some facilities, short-term and/or respite care is available.
In 2009 I did an extensive search for assisted living arrangements for both of my parents. They could no longer stay in their home for their health and safety. I decided on Belmont Village - Geneva Road because of their varied activities for residents at different cognitive abilities. In addition, the apartment chosen was the largest seen with adequate closet space, large bathrooms, and large windows. Dining choices are huge. There is always a chef special but residents can order off of a large menu. Most importantly the staff have always been helpful, and caring. The managerial staff have an open door policy, always accessible and take the time to talk. I have revisited other facilities but none can compare with Belmont Village.