5110 19th Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11204
The Belvedere is located in the vibrant, bustling, and one-of-a-kind community of Brooklyn, New York. Our urban retirement village is surrounded by a cosmopolitan neighborhood, where everything is easily available. This makes The Belvedere a more convenient location for residents, especially with ease of access to public transportation and shopping.
Life at The Belvedere is relaxing and nostalgic, while at the same time full of plenty of opportunities to socialize and thrive. Our refined balance of assistance and freedom enables residents to design the retirement lifestyle they want — with staff readily available to supplement their lives with a reliable helping hand whenever they need.
The Belvedere takes a great pride in providing that heartwarming feeling of home through our lovely spaces and experienced professional staff. Our professional staff is devoted to providing personalized care to each and every resident. We also offer a team of on-site medical professionals ready to provide advanced care to those who need it. Memory care services are provided for residents with dementia or Alzheimer’s, giving them the advanced and personalized security they need.
In addition to the many personal and medical services offered at The Belvedere, we offer numerous on-site amenities to...
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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My husband was a resident here for 2+ years and our experience was very unpleasant. Most of the staff was uncaring and unresponsive. He was not well-cared for and I was trying to get him out before he died, but he wound up dying there. It always felt like he was a body they could make money off of and were not responsive or concerned with his or my needs. Many of his possessions were [Removed]. I wish he had spent his last days in a better place.Reviewed on SeniorAdvisor.com
My 90yr old mom had a sugar count of 600. She is not getting tested to see what her sugar is and given her Diabetic medicine(??) WHY? She has fallen several times there. This time it was because there was no aid to help go to the toilet. She has gained a lot of weight from high carb , high sugar & high fat foods. She was robbed of her jewelry there. Several diamond rings are gone. She had to get clothes from her apartment and was robbed there. Every draw was opened to look for her valuables. She had gold chains with gold & diamond peices/charms that are gone. White gold chain with diamond & pearl pendant, diamond bracelets. They took it all. Diamond rings & diamond bracelets are gone. All of her jewelry was cleaned out by thief's that work for the Belvedere. She had brand new cardigans sweater sets with tags, & packable down jacket that are missing. Don't send your relatives to this place. They claim that they didn't know that my mom was a Diabetic. I am totally disgusted with these criminalsReviewed on SeniorAdvisor.com
A Place for Mom helped place my mother, who is now 94, on the Alzheimer's floor of the Belvedere Senior Living Community four years ago. My brothers and I, as well as our spouses, have been very impressed and pleased with the care she has received and how well she has done there, despite the fact that she has had dementia for around twelve years. It's not the fanciest place, and indeed it's fairly small, with a homelike atmosphere, where they know the residents personally, and my brothers and I know the staff by name and they know us.I am a hands-on caregiving child who previously had my mother living with me, so I was willing to supply all incontinence needs, provide body soap, shampoo, washcloths,skin-cream, diaper rash ointment, etc., cut Mom's nails, and do all sorts of little things for Mom myself. The price here for Alzheimer's care makes even a private room surprisingly affordable, especially if you are willing, as I was, to remain very involved in your loved-one's care. I am there at least twice per week, which has meant that we have, so far,avoided to hire a full-time personal attendant/aide. I keep in contact with all on-site doctors and the home-care nurse, and I occasionally arrange to take Mom to medical and dentist appointments outside. I also carefully straighten Mom's walk-in closet and make sure to re-label clothes as laundering fades the original labels. The current administration, Crystal, Nazareen, Wendy, Monique, and of course Isaac and Estee, are all highly-professional, well-trained staffers who have worked their way up through the ranks and personally know every inch of the place and how it runs! The overall warmth of the place is one of the things that make the care there exceptional. Plus, many of the other aides, like Michele or Jackie, or Irene, and others, who work there, have had years of experience at the Belvedere itself as well as elsewhere.Get to know them and take their advice. A small-scale facility like this does have its limitations as to what it can provide, but I believe Mom is much-better cared-for and is in fact safer in the home-like atmosphere here than in a larger institution. We are Jewish, and the facility is Jewish-owned and run, and Jewish religious services are easily available here in a neighborhood in the heart of Brooklyn's Jewish community, so we really appreciate it here. But those of other religions and ethnicities also appreciate the warmth that exudes from the ethnic character of the neighborhood (Jews call it "heimish" or "home-like") and the place. The Belvedere is within a few blocks of the F-train stop at Avenue I, so getting here by subway from Manhattan (where I live and work) is a breeze! And getting here by car or bike or even on foot is easy, too. Plus there is convenient and low-priced shopping nearby in the neighborhood, which is where I buy most of Mom's supplies (as well as doing my own shopping there to schlepp home, since it is so much cheaper there than Manhattan)!Reviewed on A Place For Mom
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