5455 Glenridge Drive Northeast, Atlanta, GA 30342
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There are few experiences in my life that I can say truly “haunt” me. To this day, observing my father — 90 years old with dementia — being abused at Belmont Village — stands out as a defining, horrific memory I will never be able to shake. The staff was woefully untrained in the thoughtful management of individuals with dementia. When simple measures to de-escalate a confused and frightened victim of Alzheimer’s were not employed, the staff opted to engage my father in ways that were nothing short of abusive. The message I received from the director at Belmont Village was as follows (verbatim): “If you don’t come over here now and remove your father from our premises, we will call the police and have them do so.” This is no exaggeration. When I arrived, the police were already there. My father — 90 and terrified — was crying, naked and bruised on the floor in the hallway outside his room. He was crying for his mom. He was broken and alone. There were no apologies from staff. Not a single “I’m sorry” from the administration. Just an insistence to remove him from their premises, as if we hadn’t been paying $4500/month for the past year and a half. I was heartbroken for my father, a frail and frightened shell of the WW2 hero he once was. And I was in disbelief that an institution could relate to a member of their community with dementia with such profound callousness and malice. My father has since passed away. I write this review with continued love and respect for the fine and noble human he always was — even through his journey with Alzheimer’s. And I hope any reader of this review will reconsider ever entrusting the care of their vulnerable parent to Belmont Village.Reviewed on A Place For Mom
This was such a wonderful visit! I loved everything about this place. The residents have plenty to do, the building is attractive and clean, the staff is super friendly! The food is especially good. Probably the best we have had anywhere else. I was so impressed that they brought my lunch out with a stainless steel cover to keep it hot. And the server kept checking back with me to see if I was happy with the food! I was also happy that they use butter in their cooking an serve wine to those who want it. Where we are currently does not permit butter or salt in cooking, and they put water in our wine at happy hour.
Response from Belmont Village BuckheadSeptember 8, 2016
Thank you for considering Belmont Village and visiting our community. We’re glad to hear you had such a positive experience on your tour. Please feel free to reach out to our community relations team if you have any questions or would like to schedule another visit.
After my dad passed away, my mom who had mild dementia was having a tough time at her former residence. We moved her to Belmont Village after looking at a number of options and visiting many of them without appointments. Belmont had a warmth about it that was unmatched. The care and concern level of the staff is exceptional. I've also noticed that they seem to be able to retain their staff which makes a real difference in the customer experience. The Circle of Friends program provides the routine necessary to help my mom be her best despite dementiaReviewed on SeniorAdvisor.com
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