1088 East 390 South, American Fork, UT 84003
At Bel Aire Homes, our team is dedicated to having a positive impact on the lives of residents each day through dependable services and excellent care. Our family-owned business has been providing expert senior care to Utah County since 1998, and we excel at creating a comfortable, loving environment for residents. To learn more about all we can offer you, check us out in detail, and contact A Place for Mom Senior Living Advisor today!
We offer a number of services and amenities designed to positively impact residents' mind, body, and soul. Our American Fork community is qualified to provide moderate and advanced assisted living services as well as Alzheimer’s and dementia care. Residents are always supervised by a certified nursing assistant as well as caring staff that works to meet their needs. We offer medication management, a dedicated hydration program, and a separate, specialized memory care wing for residents who require additional supervision and guidance. In order to keep residents healthy and active we provide three, homestyle meals a day, weekly housekeeping, and dry-cleaning services three times a week. Our activities calendar is also carefully planned each month in order to ensure residents have the opportunity to participate...
Total monthly costs depend on room type, select services, and the level of care needed.
*Prices quoted are monthly rental charges and are provided by the communities themselves. Actual prices may differ due to one-time fees, timing and care services required. Speak with your Senior Living Advisor to learn more.
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When we first arrived it was perfect for us. We ended up leaving as it didn't work out for us. They have 5 residents. The community ended up restricting access to our loved one due to state mandates. There was a staff member, [name removed], who would sit and communicate with our loved one. Due to wondering of our loved one they weren't able to assist our loved one anymore and we ended up moving our loved one.Reviewed on SeniorAdvisor.com
I loved my visit with [Removed]. she was full of information and loved her work, the facility, the owner, the residents - she cared. I loved that it was all-inclusive in cost. This is an important consideration for a fixed budget. The facility was clean and well maintained. I toured three facilities and this was my favorite by far. Many of those who work there has been caregivers themselves so the really understand what a family member wants for their loved one.Reviewed on SeniorAdvisor.com
My one star is because the care offered was negligent, and bottom line - that's what is most important. I took my mother there for respite care so we could take a trip to visit my son. Two main issues: first, she was not assisted in showering. That was a 'must' and was not done. She showered herself, alone daily. Second: and more important, her portable oxygen concentrate was never charged. This unit supplies her oxygen during the day when she leaves her room. It needs to be charged nightly. I showed the unit and explained how it was to be charged. I also explained that she was able to turn it off and on during the day to suit her needs, but unable to manage the charging. It was NEVER charged. She had no oxygen during the day. You would think someone would have noticed the red lights which indicated a DEAD battery. After picking her up, I phoned to inquire about this and was told that yes, someone should have helped her shower, and that there had been a miscommunication about the concentrator. How can vital oxygen be a source of miscommunication? My mother was supposed to return a week later so that I could attend a graduation trip with my daughter. I was told that they would get it right - this time- and to give them another chance. I cancelled her stay and I did not attend the trip. It would have been negligence on my part.Reviewed on SeniorAdvisor.com
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