3680 North Moorpark Road, Thousand Oaks, CA 91360
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It was a very disappointing experience. Their assurances were that everything would be fine because "this is what we do." And that turned out not to be the case at all. They were friendly enough to sign us up. But in the end, it was not a very nice experience.
Response from Belmont Village Thousand OaksOctober 19, 2021
Thank you for taking the time to review your experience with Belmont Village. Our mission is to provide every resident with the support and opportunities they need to thrive – physically, socially and mentally. We’re sorry you feel your expectations have not been met. We’ve shared your comments with the respective parties.
Our family had an in person tour experience, and it was a phenomenal facility. It was perfect, there were not fowl smells. The only reason we did not choose the community was because of the cost, it was pretty expensive.
We chose Belmont Village because my mother needed more care than her previous facility was able to provide, As it turns out the marketing person knew my parents from her past facility. The location also played a big part in our decision as well. The room sizes here are on the smaller side, my dad has a small studio and my mom in memory care was sharing a room. Overall, the staff has been very flexible with everything going on we would recommend the facility.
Considering, but apartment prices and distance are not as favorable as other facilities. Seems to have a high level of care for my parents. [name removed] was very responsive and got back to us right way with the detail that we requested.
Considering, but apartment prices and distance are not as favorable as other facilities. Seems to have a high level of care for my parents.
The Belmont in Thousand Oaks is poorly managed. My mother in law is a resident, regrettably. The turn over rate for employees is very high, particularly the pals, (care givers). The pals are very caring and hard working, but they’re not appreciated. Usually, there is a shortage of pals. Recently they’re we’re only 3 pals on duty. The food at Belmont is inedible, since theres a high turn over of chefs. Residents regularly meet with director, Bradlee, to express their concerns and make suggestions. Bradlee tells the residents that she will “look into it,” Clearly she doesn’t do anything cause nothing ever changes. The shortage of pals continues and the food is always terrible. If Belmont cared they would replace the current manager with someone who is more caring and competent.
My 93 yr old mother fell down and fractured her hip. After the Operation she was never the same. I had to move her to Belmont because she Could no longer swallow very well and her mental and medical conditions changed. When they did the first assessment she still made sense. Shortly after moving in , it was obvious she needed to be in memory care which is now her final spot. She is. under the care of hospice as well as the staff at the Belmont. I am now satisfied. Basically, my mother was losing it and I felt that she wasn’t really being looked after as much as I felt she needed it. When hospice came in and more or less made appropriate improvements I felt satisfied. I am only giving four stars because even though they try there is a lack of communication between the nurses, the pals who do all the hands on work and the head staff. It is lovely and if you have a loved one that isn’t so close to death, I would look into moving someone into the Belmont because I’m sure it would be a great placement.
They give you a hard sell to sign you up and then make promises they don't keep. Service is horrible and inconsistent. They don't check on their residents as they promise. Food is not fit for seniors -- google "greasy food stroke risk seniors." They promise to fix what's not working and never do. Staff and management don't really care about the residents and there is a high staff and management turnover. Residents are very unhappy and think there has been a major change for the worse over the last year.
The Belmont Village Thousand Oaks was a lovely tour. It is a beautiful community. The staff was very friendly and knowledgeable and answered all of our questions. My friend had some concerns regarding the memory care security. Not the right fit.
I have no complaints about the tour I had taken at this community for my father.The staff where easy to communicate with and on time to our appointment. They made sure to provide us with lots of great information and answer any questions we had for them in detail. The property was nicely maintained and had a lot of great amenities available to all of the residents. It was just not the right location in the end decision.
From what I saw, this facility is quite nice. It was beautiful and clean, and the staff were very friendly and helpful. Our main concern was the location of the facility, along with the fact that they did not provide the level of care that my loved one needed, but besides this, it was very nice!
My tour of this community was very positive. They did not offer a program for residents with Parkinson's disease and that is why we did not choose it.
The care at this community is outstanding. The staff is always letting me know he progress. The meals are healthy and a good variety. The community is clean and maintained. The community does have alot of nice activities, she likes alot of the games and learning how to knit. She is like always active with her friends. We would highly recommend this community for the outstanding care and value for other families.
When I stopped by for my tour I saw there were more people who were further along with their memory condition. I also saw a lot of woman, I didn't see a good balance of men at this community. It was not a good fit.
My Mother has been at Belmont for five weeks. I had to move my mother into a memory care unit from the hospital, so there was not a lot of time to prepare for this major change in our lives. I toured other facilities and choose Belmont Village. [Removed] was truly an Angel he was very supportive and helpful and was the initial reason I chose Belmont. The entire staff at Belmont Village has been amazing. They have not disappointed. They have gone out of their way to assist us in this difficult time. [Removed] the Executive Director has been there every step of the way. Their staff at every level has been wonderful and caring. They truly care about their residents. [Removed] and [Removed] are available by appointment to see the residents at the facility. I decided to utilize this service. These doctors are wonderful they listen to their patients and the families. I have gone to every appointment with Doctor [Removed], I love her she explains everything in a way a layman can understand. [Removed] has seen my mom once and he has also been great and explained everything personally. They are very accessible, which is a very different experience from other doctors we have seen recently. They charge a flat rate so there are no surprises at the end of the month. I would highly recommend Belmont.
My father has been in this community for almost 2 months and they have been incredible. He has improved healthwise and the staff has been very hands on. He is still a little homesick, but they try their best to make him feel at home.
Response from Belmont Village Thousand OaksApril 11, 2017
Thank you for taking time out to share your experience. It’s been a pleasure having your father in our community and being of service to your family. We encourage you to regularly share your thoughts and concerns with your community team so that we can continue to provide your family with a positive experience.
The staff where all very friendly and gave my loved one and I lots of great information about there establishment during our tour. The only thing I did not like was how the rooms where all set up. If my mother where to be sharing a room her bed would only be a couple feet away from her roommates leaving no privacy. It was just not the right fit for my mom.
Wish I could give Belmont 100 stars. My dad loves it there. Every staff member is kind, caring,and goes out of their way to help me. My dad always looks clean and well cared for. Much better than the care he was getting at home. My dad sleeps less and really enjoys all the activities. (Especially happy hour) I will always be greatful to a place for mom for recommending Belmont village
My Mom has been living at Belmont for 3 years. Everyone has been beyond wonderful. She feels safe and well cared for. The staff is amazing. All kinds of activities, outings and special events (cook-outs, Casino nights). Her memory is starting to get a bit off, so the PALS check on her all the time. Cindy (activities director) is amazing and encourages her to go on outings and daily activities. Tammy and Ed (Drivers), take her for rides, which she loves to do. All the staff in the nursing station, knows her meds and keeps track of her issues. They do a fantastic job keeping me informed, as I live 1600 miles away. The wellness staff keeps her active with physical and occupational therapy. She loves Angel! Dining room is exceptionally good. The wait staff knows what she likes and when she can't decide, they choose for her. I cant say enough good things about the staff and facility. It is on the expensive side, but the peace of mind knowing she is safe, has the help she needs, and is participating in life at 96 is worth it.
My mom is still getting settled into Belmont Village Thousand Oaks. The staff are very professional and nice to the residents. I had a chance to try a meal there and the food was good they also have a variety of choices. There is a variety of activities for the residents to enjoy. The upkeep of the community is tremendous.
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