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About Belmont Village Albany
Senior looking to stay independent while enjoying the services and care available love Belmont Village Albany. We are in the heart of Albany, CA. Hospitals and physicians, dining, entertainment and other attractions are all part of the local area. Everything a senior resident needs can be found locally.
Anyone who has lived in our community has led a life filled with unique and memory worthy moments. It’s one of the ways we’ve redefined senior care and living. We focus on the one purpose of helping residents help themselves as much as possible. We value what every single resident contributes to our community. It’s what builds the meaningful living that makes our community truly special.
Belmont Village Albany Independent Living, Assisted Living and Memory Care
Belmont Village Albany is devoted to providing independent living, assisted living, and memory care and services in a warm, homelike environment that our residents appreciate.
You can choose a floor plan that fits your needs and wants at your new home. Every plan comes with quality amenities and modern conveniences. We employ very well trained staff that are some of the best in Albany who care for our senior residents. We do our best to nurture your loved ones and help them age gracefully. The selection of meals at Belmont Village Albany are the results of many years of experience crafting menus. Our cooking staff constantly strives to make sure the dining experience is the best at our community.
Belmont Village Albany Amenities & Services
We offer seniors the latest amenities in comfort that they would enjoy in the comfort of their own homes. Devotional Services Onsite, Outdoor Common Areas, Meals Provided, Devotional Services Offsite, Indoor Common Areas, Activities Onsite are available for all residents. The staff here are fully trained, friendly and accessible. They will help your residents enjoy their stay with us.
We know that seniors need varying degrees of help as they get older, but still want to feel independent. Our facility has Respite Available, Nurse on Call, Minimum Age of Accepted Residents, Activities Onsite, Devotional Services Available, Indoor Common Areas, Meals Provided, Aging in Place, Nurses on Staff, Podiatrist Available, Physical Therapy Available, Occupational Therapy Available, Speech Therapy Available, Complimentary Transportation, Activities Offsite, Outdoor Common Areas, Beauty & Barber Services, No Smoking Allowed in Private Areas Indoors, No Smoking Allowed in Public Areas Indoors, Wheelchair Accessible Showers, Hospice Available, Resident Parking Available, Female & Male Residents, Homecare Onsite, Pets Allowed and other assistance. We try to make sure that each resident is able to maintain a full life while staying with us.
Residents enjoy of a full schedule of social, educational and entertaining activities. Our structured program helps all residents maintain a high quality of life. Many of our activities encourage members to socialize and develop friendships with other residents. We make sure the activities are fun and entertaining.
If you have interest in visiting our community in Albany and would like to have a closer look, just give us a call at (800) 755-1458 to schedule an appointment.
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Belmont Village Albany – Reviews
Loved the management here! The team really help with everything from the big “to-dos” to the small things with move ins and getting her residents what they want out of Belmont. Love the energy and the attention to detail! Thank you for making these efforts, they go a very long way!
Beautiful facilities! My grandmother loves it here ! Really organized and so many activities! From day one we were so happy and satisfied with our experience for our grandmother ! So grateful for Belmont and the staff !
My mother-in-law and her sister have been living at Belmont Village for over a year now and it has been an absolute game changer for them. I can't say enough good things about Belmont. From day one, we have encountered nothing but warmth, kindness, compassion and professionalism from the entire staff. It's obvious that they like their jobs. Belmont provides a beautiful environment and wonderful food, and well- planned opportunities for social interactions, movement, learning and fun. From plenty of outdoor space to walk safely, eat and hang out, to a full-size movie theater, areas to garden, a gym and a library. There's also classes and activities every day. It is a dynamic place that is really supportive of the residents and their families, no easy feat in the midst of a pandemic. We are deeply grateful to everyone at Belmont who help make it a home! Laura Garcia and Scott Arnold
Belmont village is a beautiful place. It's impeccably well kept. So clean. Some of the staff are particularly nice and amazingly committed. But some can be terrible. Over all it's a good place!!!
After doing lots of homework, my mother decided to make the move to Belmont Village and we now truly understand why it gets so many accolades. Thanks to the amazing and attentive staff, interesting activities, healthy and delicious Josephine’s Kitchen and supportive services she is thriving and making new connections in this next chapter of her life.
This beautiful community has an amazing, professional staff, and it attracts intelligent and passionate residents. The amenities, including a bistro, gym, and movie theater, set this community apart, and the resident-driven activity programming is phenomenal.
Quiet, elegant with friendly residents and excellent food. Lots of interesting activity options.
Wonderful facility. Great food, attentive staff, interesting fellow residents.
The chef is very creative in preparing exceptional menu selections, especially for institutional food.The decor is sophisticated and well maintained.
Beautiful, modern community. Fresh & appetizing meals. Dedicated and passionate team of employees and mangers. Resident driven programming that offers many opportunities for excursions, engaging speakers, live music and fabulous film selection!
My mother has been staying at Belmont Village for over a year and so far weve had very positive experiences. The nurses, managers, pals, maintenance, and restaurant staff have all been very professional and kind. Joanna, Chef Marx, Rick, Eileen, Zack, Jackie, and Michelle have all helped my mother get situated and integrated into the community. My mother says shes happier there than shes been in the prior 10 years. When my mother broke her ankle, the nurses and pals really stepped up to help keep her safe. I am very grateful for the Belmont staff and facility. Both my mother and I sleep better at night because of them.
I have worked in many senior care facilities. Belmont Villages has the longest training and orientation process out of any job Ive ever had. Most facilities like this have an online training course that you can blow through in one day. Until be hired at Belmont- I had never been sat down, in a class setting, and taught about Dementia with role playing. I had never been given live tests with an instructor. I had never been taught customer service.The training that this facility puts new hires through is unheard of. They go far and beyond above the state regulated expectations. That is what makes living at Belmont Villages such a first class experience. They hold their staff to a much higher standard than the rest of the industry. You will not find a more well-groomed and compassionate team of people to care for your loved ones.
A bustling senior center. As a senior I appreciate the cleanliness and activity. Facility is close to some shops and an eatery or two. Some City road construction is only a temporary hindrance. Residents interact with each other. Nice sized dining room.
Very nice facility with friendly people in a convenient location. Not much green space though.
To all the Belmont Albany Team members,Thank you, thank you, thank you for keeping us safe, fed, involved, and interactive in the community. Who knew Covidwould happen, but you have all risen to the occasion, and are helping us cope in many ways. Life has gone on as usual,with many changes, but after two years of being here, I realize it is a great place to be. Thank you all, Diane
This is a warm & friendly home for many people. Well organized, clean, numerous & various activities. While moving our friend into the memory, the staff was extremely helpful & anticipated our needs before we even knew we had them. We should all be so lucky to transition into such a place.
Great place to our seniors and a great place to work
Friendly staff, feels like a fancy hotel
Amazing place for memory loss!
Wonderful place for work and live !
The facility is amazing.. staff was courteous and attentive.. can not say much more as I was simply there as a tourist to interview for a position that was available and not as a client nor customer, but my mother is in a position to be placed in a new home then her current care and I have been shopping around
I visited this place five times, twice for meals, and went through their admissions process. Each time I entered the huge entry room I felt depressed. It has a large piano with canned tinkling music emanating from its insides and fake flowers dotted around. I never saw more than one-three individuals sitting in the vast spaceThere was never a sense that there is any sort of spontaneous community there. I saw very few people going in or going out. Maybe there is a back door to a parking lot I missed.On reading their literature it seems one woman developed the three-tiered concept in another state from her Alzheimers father needing care. Thus, the independent living folks seem, to an outsider, to be pulled down into dependency by that original origin. That is, I originally thought it was a way for older adults to age in place and do everything they would do if they lived in their own homes, but feel secure in case they ever needed more care, but I then saw it as actually starting with the idea that they DO need more care. The managers, a nurse and a longtime former HR manager at a hotel (completely different skills from managing an independent community) seem to see the independent livers as needing their care from the start. For instance, they want to know if and what medicines the independent residents take so they can have someone monitor them. (Youd be surprised how many people forget to take their medicines.) There is a rule that a staff person goes into each apartment two (2!) times a day to collect the trash A resident I sat with at dinner suggested it was due to nosiness. Otherwise, such intrusiveness makes no sense. -- All the staff have keys to each apartment.The last two choices of apartments available were very small and have only a view of a wall or busy, unpretty San Pablo Ave.I was shown a large concrete patio (I was told there are more!) with sad small trees in places which I would never be drawn to sit in. I didnt see a garden for planting or enjoying outside, nothing to invite resident participation. No people were in this one and I bet people rarely if ever went there.I didnt see pets and doubt they are allowed.I didnt see a single child during each of my visits. Who is it who thinks that old people need to be only with other old people?They seem to think elders want to be pampered. The dining area (two meals a day are paid for) is built like a restaurant, with orders taken by waitresses. There is a long wait. The food was good enough the two times I ate there. My daughter came with me once and ordered salmon which turned out to be farmed. I didnt ask what percentage of the food is organically grown but I doubt it is high..One resident told me she could get brown rice if she asked for it. Real-life examples of food available for choosing was set out at the entryway to the dining area; I felt hurt at the waste that caused every single day.A friends husband with Alzheimers stayed there for a time. But she felt she had to go and feed him three times a day because he wasnt getting properly fed by the caretakers. She paid over $8000, month for his care felt patronized, by both the nurse and the former Human Resources manager.I missed an art room; the idea that residents create their own programming; spaces with nature to walk in and work in; and natural indoor design rather than a sense that decor is there to impress. Thr architecture is not designed for light and nature. There was no bustle and no sense of friendly, spontaneous community. Even the waitresses didnt say hello though I had interacted with them at lunch before. They didnt speak to the residents eitherThe managers exude a sense of knowing whats best for residents. I felt smaller having been there, shrunken, didnt see how I could take a deep breath and expand It is definitely designed for the last years and one could see the end. As a longtime former trauma and family psychotherapist and educator, I could imagine my last years cut in half if I moved in there. So I didnt.
Nicest last years of life facility Ive seen. I was told its about $6000, mo. I know someone who pays about $7000.
Good, I feel like they have very good care givers.
Really great environment and staff. My mother is very happy here.
Beautiful design, very uplifting, large windows throughout the facility, plenty of natural light. They have their own gym, physical therapy center and espresso bar in the bistro. Everyone seemed genuine and happy.
Its a very nice spacious place , clean, and people ready to help as you walk in plenty of activities through out the day and weekend too.
Nice for senior living, parking structure, ♿ parking and ♿ accessibility entrance. Clean, has a Bistro, full dining room with chef and different choices for meals daily, several activities for residents, cleaning staff for residents rooms, ♿ restrooms for visitors and staff very clean. They do have a wellness center for medication and well checks. Only thing is they are under staff for building and number of residents. Very pricey.
Belmont Village has been really great for my mother. She is meetinh a lot of new friends, doing many activities and seems to be very happy T Belmont.
This place is amazing. Swing by and see for yourself. Well done Belmont!
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Belmont Village Albany Amenities and Services
- Devotional Services Onsite
- Outdoor Common Areas
- Meals Provided
- Devotional Services Offsite
- Indoor Common Areas
- Activities Onsite
- Respite Available
- Nurse on Call
- Minimum Age of Accepted Residents
- Activities Onsite
- Devotional Services Available
- Indoor Common Areas
- Meals Provided
- Aging in Place
- Nurses on Staff
- Podiatrist Available
- Physical Therapy Available
- Occupational Therapy Available
- Speech Therapy Available
- Complimentary Transportation
- Activities Offsite
- Outdoor Common Areas
- Beauty & Barber Services
- No Smoking Allowed in Private Areas Indoors
- No Smoking Allowed in Public Areas Indoors
- Wheelchair Accessible Showers
- Hospice Available
- Resident Parking Available
- Female & Male Residents
- Homecare Onsite
- Pets Allowed
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Belmont Village Albany Housing and Staff
Living Types Available
- Trained Staff
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