Bel Aire Assisted Living
436 East 700 North Street
Orem, UT 84097
BEL AIRE SUMMARY OF SERVICES
Bel Aire Assisted Living Orem UT is located in a quiet residential setting with a home-like atmosphere and beautiful view of Mount Timpanogos. It conveniently provides quick access to the freeway.
We offer only Type I care at this residence. If you need Type II care or Alzheimer’s care for your loved one please visit our American Fork location instead. As a part of our assisted living services we provide the individual care you would expect for your loved one, with 24-hour supervision and personal assistance as needed. Daily house keeping and clothes laundering come as standard services. Delicious meals and snacks are prepared daily in our kitchen and served in our family style dining room. Our menus are prepared by a licensed dietitian with options for special dietary needs.
At Bel Aire Assisted Living we focus on quality of life for all of our residents and we provide opportunities to participate in musical activities, exercises, craft and art projects, decorating for holidays, doing puzzles, Family Home Evening, movies with treats, LDS church services and just over-all fun. We also do humanitarian projects, trivia, Bingo and Dominoes, and much more.
Our friendly and caring staff are some of the finest CNA’s and elderly aides in the state of Utah. They are actively involved with our residents in many of their activities of daily living.
See what others said about Bel Aire Assisted Living. We invite you to experience Bel Aire for yourself. Call and come tour our assisted living residence today. We look forward to seeing you and serving your family.
Christina Curtis Bickmore- Administrator
Christina Curtis-Bickmore has a vast experience in the assisted living industry in general. She co-founded one of Utah County’s first Residential Care Centers for 24-hour senior board and care. The goal was to provide a beautiful and gracious home-like alternative to being placed in a nursing home setting.
Later as she sat on an Ad-Hoc committee for the Utah Department of Health which developed the state’s first Assisted Living category of licensing rules, the goal was also to create an environment that felt home-like and was warm and inviting in contrast to the current skilled nursing centers, which followed a more institutional medical model of care.
For the past 28 years, she has been hearing this same lament from her clients: “I promised my mom (dad) that I would never put her (him) in a nursing home.” and she has striven to create a homelike and family setting at Bel Aire Assisted Living so that families could keep that promise to their parents.
Bel Aire Assisted Living Orem UT