6605 North Quail Hollow Road, Memphis, TN 38120
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They really focus on getting the residence out and meeting people. My loved one wasn't sure about it at first but now he is very active and enjoys interacting with the other residence. I would recommend this community to others based on my experience.
We chose Belmont Village because her other facility was saying they could not handle her care and we were in a huge time crunch and they had availability at the time that we needed it. They have been good with communication, the send out newsletters and emails and they do respond back timely if I ever reach out to them. It is very expensive but I would recommend them to others looking.
Once your loved one moves in we have not been able to see them because of covid. Communication is not very good and we have had trouble getting them to return our calls. I would recommend this community to others.
I would want others to know that we chose Belmont Village based off of the location. They were also willing to work with us on price and the staff members were very friendly. The care started out very good at first, and then it diminished and I had to remind them to do things like laundry, cleaning, etc. They say they check on your loved ones every 2 hours, but that was not always the case. If he said he did not want to eat, they would not insist he eat and he would skip out on meals. There were good things about this facility and other things about it that were not so great. I would recommend to more independent individuals.
We were very pleased with our experience with Belmont Village. We were trying to get our mother moved into assisted living during the middle of the pandemic. The team at Belmont Village was very helpful and made the move very easy for us. The amount of communication they had with us was great. All of the nursing staff and aids we came into contact with were friendly and took great care of our mother.
I think the staff at Belmont Village went over and above to help me move in. With mobility issues that were quite concerning to me, they assured me they could and would help me, and they DID! With no family or friends able to assist me, they came to my home and helped me transfer to the wheel chair and provided transportation from my home to Belmont Village. And everyone was so friendly and helpful. Most of the PALs are awesome, and they do all they can to make you comfortable. I am so thankful they accepted me in this facility and are taking care of me. Also the therapy program here is great and I love the therapists as well. It is a good place to be when care is needed.
My mother lived here for over 3 years before she died. We chose this place because of what previous reviewers have praised above--mostly superficial information. They have a terrible theft problem. We thought having a lock on the door and a separate locked drawer in the room would protect her valuables. We were so stupid. EVERYONE who works there has a master key. My mother lost thousands of dollars she thought was safe in the locked drawer. Her engagement ring was stolen, also lots of other jewelry disappeared. Her pain pills (hydrocodone) were stolen many times. Often the nurse would bring her pills to her room in the MIDDLE OF THE NIGHT and just lay them on a table. The staff, including the director, was pretty indifferent to this problem. They gave her a small safe, which for a 90 year old with arthritis is not helpful. The nursing staff tried, the PALS (most of them) tried, but the administrative staff kept to their ivory tower with their noses in the air. They should have given us some kind of warning, and I still resent that they did not. SO--WARNING! THEFT PROBLEM!
Wonderful place. Wish my sister was still there. They offered so much and the food was divine. Everyone was so friendly. One of the best in Shelby County.
Met with [name removed]. Loved the feel of the place. Clean. Residents looked well cared for and happy. They offer an actual restaurant style menu for meals. Looked at two different room options , activity room, PT room. The residents are encouraged to get up and out and go to activities. They have a bus and a full time drivers for off the cuff trips like church, even 30 miles away. They offer Respite care. Full time doc and nurses 24-7. They also have what they call PALS which is a worker (or several) constantly there watching and available to assist. The $ is sort of high but somewhat negotiable.
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