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Brookdale Belle Meade


6767 Brookmont Terrace Nashville, TN 37205

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Brookdale Belle Meade

Brookdale Belle Meade is a memory care provider in Nashville, TN. The staff at Brookdale Belle Meade provide supervision and are able to remind residents to attend to activities of daily living such as grooming and toileting. Staff are on service 24 hours a day. There are activities appropriate for seniors with Alzheimer’s disease and dementia that help keep residents active and engaged. Brookdale Belle Meade was designed specifically to provide memory care. It is a secured property. Residents who are prone to wandering can be accepted. The community may also be able to accept residents who exhibit bizarre or difficult behaviors. Brookdale Belle Meade can administer insulin or other injected medications Brookdale Belle Meade may allow residents to keep a dog or cat. Pet care is provided. At Brookdale Belle Meade, you can rest assured because a nurse is on staff and a doctor is on call. Devotional services are provided to residents.

Features at a glance

  • Accepts Cats
  • Accepts Dogs
  • Handles Exit Seeking
  • Purpose Built Community
  • Secured Community
  • Can Administer Insulin
  • Can Administer Medications
  • Reminders And Monitoring
  • Visiting Nurse
  • Wheelchair Accessibility
  • Behavioral Care

Nearby Cities

City

Distance

Number of Facilities

Paris

121 miles

1

Athens

99.9 miles

1

Gallatin

30.4 miles

1

Benton

120 miles

1

Smyrna

23.5 miles

1

Lawrenceburg

82.0 miles

1

Madison

9.3 miles

1

General Pricing Information for Brookdale Belle Meade

Room Type

Average Cost

Studio

$5,663

1 Bedroom

$6,700

Semi-Private

$11,030

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