Belmont Village Scottsdale
13850 N Frank Lloyd Wright Blv , Scottsdale, AZ 85260
Reviews of Belmont Village Scottsdale
May 4, 2015 | Reviewed by laura1651
I Am A Friend Or Relative Of A Current/Past Resident
I moved my parents to Belmont Village in July 2013. They love the activities and adore the staff. My parents' adjustment to their new home was made so much easier by the caring help of the outstanding staff. Belmont is a truly wonderful facility.
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Costs for Belmont Village Scottsdale
Assisted Living Starting Cost per Month:
Medicaid/Medicare Not Accepted
Amenities at Belmont Village Scottsdale
Emergency Services: Less than 6 Miles
Shopping: Less than 1 Mile
Recreation: Less than 1 Mile
Full-Time Activity Director
Trips & Outings
Nurse Availability: On Site 24/7
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Description of Belmont Village Scottsdale
Two decades ago, Patricia Will and her family searched for the best memory care community for her mother-in-law. During that search, she discovered a passion for assisted living and Alzheimer’s care. That discovery led to the founding of the first Belmont Village and its dementia-specific programs, with the goal of reaching the highest standards in senior care. Today, the level of assisted living and Alzheimer’s care provided at Belmont Village Scottsdale exemplifies that mission.
Facilities and Amenities
Belmont Village Scottsdale is a 138-unit assisted living community that includes a secured Alzheimer’s wing with 25 private apartments. Each wing of the three-story building is decorated with one of four themes: Western, Elephant, Beach or Arizona. All assisted living units include a private bathroom with shower, closet and storage space, basic cable TV and a small kitchen with a full-size refrigerator and microwave.
Belmont Village Scottsdale residents have full access to the community’s common areas and courtyards, which include an outdoor dining patio, garden terrace, heated swimming pool and high-speed Internet access at the Center for Learning. The community’s Center for Life Enhancement is supervised by a licensed physical therapist who designs customized exercises for each resident in the program. Residents can choose from a variety of breakfast, lunch and dinner menu items prepared by experienced chefs in Josephine’s Kitchen.
Belmont Village Scottsdale residents have 24-hour medication support from their on-site nurse, ensuring immediate response to anyone requiring medical attention. The nurse also works closely with families and doctors to develop a personal life plan tailored to each resident’s needs and abilities.
In addition, there are a number of healthcare facilities within a short distance of Belmont Village Scottsdale. Among them, Shea Medical Center is nine minutes away, the Mayo Clinic is a 10-minute drive and Thompson Peak Hospital is 11 minutes from the community. The community’s concierge is available to schedule residents’ transportation to and from medical appointments.
The Mind Body Awareness Club at Belmont Village Scottsdale was designed by a gerontologist to help residents maintain brain health and long-term wellness. The club hosts daily activities in the areas of mental fitness, physical exercise, nutrition, and spiritual and creative thinking. Included in the program, which is available to all residents, is a personal trainer who provides a mental fitness assessment for each new member.
Circle of Friends is an award-winning program available at Belmont Village Scottsdale that focuses on the mental and physical fitness needs of people experiencing mild cognitive impairment (MCI). The program provides a structured schedule for residents with ability-based group activities. These daily sessions can help develop mind and body fitness, self-esteem and confidence. The program received Honorable Mention in 2011 at the George Mason University Health Care Quality Improvement Awards.
Belmont Village Scottsdale also offers a program called Person-Centered Living®, designed for those with Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia. Residents in the program live in a separate, secured area of the community and take part in daily workouts that help exercise their minds and memory.
Activities and Events
Belmont Village Scottsdale residents can take their pick from a variety of daily, weekly and monthly activities organized by the community. Frequent group physical activities at the community include water aerobics, Tai chi, Wii bowling, and a Parkinson’s exercise class. On a typical day residents might also be invited to play a board game or work on a jigsaw puzzle with neighbors, then later to a community happy hour or movie night.
Each month, the community organizes social and cultural activities such as wine socials, art classes, comedy shows, guest lectures and local bus excursions. The Belmont Village Scottsdale concierge is available to arrange transportation for shopping trips and group outings. In a typical month, Belmont Village Scottsdale residents might go on an organized excursion to the nearby Frank Lloyd Wright Museum or on a 30-minute drive to the Tempe Center for the Arts to take in a musical.
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