Belmont Village of Turtle Creek
Nearby Lee Park in Dallas, Texas, Belmont Village Turtle Creek is expected to open Spring 2010. The senior housing community will accommodate residents seeking assisted living, specialized assisted living and independent living quarters. The community will offer an array of on-site amenities, which include a restaurant, computer center, salon and fitness facility.
Belmont Village Turtle Creek is proud to offer an Independent Living option to residents who are interested in the social aspect of the community without the assistance. Independent Living residents are able to enjoy the amenities and social gathering spaces of Belmont Village Turtle Creek, while living in fully sufficient apartments. Equally important, the Independent residents can easily transfer to assisted living upon request.
Residents who stay in the assisted living accommodations are each assigned a PAL (Personal Assistance Liaison). The PAL provides daily support, and recognizes a resident’s need for independence. Registered nurses administer medications and complete wellness checks in addition to communicating with physicians about any medical concerns. The community also provides patients with Alzheimer’s disease with highly trained care. These individuals reside in a special community within Belmont Village Turtle Creek. The Belmont Village gerontologist designs activities and exercises to suit each resident.
Residents are invited to enjoy the Center for Life Enhancement and Library for recreational enjoyment. The Center for Life Enhancement is a specially designed fitness center for older adults. Fitness regiments are created with individual strengths and weaknesses in mind. A physical therapist offers a trained eye of guidance over the active residents. While feeling studious, residents can take advantage of the reading and reflection room in the library, or check out a book to read in their apartments.
Independent Living, Assisted Living, Memory Care
Long-Term Care Insurance, or Private Pay
Minimum Monthly Rate