Belamour Care Assisted Living

Experience the best in senior living at Belamour Care, our residential care community in Vancouver, Washington. With multiple locations to choose from, you’ll find the perfect fit for you or your loved one. Enjoy top-notch care, a welcoming atmosphere, and endless opportunities for socialization and engagement. Discover a new chapter of life at Belamour Care. Welcome home.
Outside view of Belamour Care community

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About Belamour Care Assisted Living

At Belamour Care, our individualized amenities are expertly designed to provide the best possible benefit to our residents. We’ve created these amenities to foster a carefree and supportive environment that promotes independence and happiness, all while relieving our residents of the stress of maintaining a home. The vast selection of amenities we provide showcases our mission of improving quality of life for all of our community members. We understand that everyone is unique, and we keep that in mind when curating specialized treatment plans for every resident. A resident’s health (physical and mental), hobbies, passions, exercise, and more are all considered and, at Belamour Care, we offer opportunities for our residents to grow and thrive in each of these categories. We accept and encourage personalization of all our spacious living accommodations to make every resident feel completely at home.

Our world-class staff is available 24/7 to provide their services in a loving manner. Our caregivers are thoroughly and continuously trained to provide the best care possible while making meaningful connections with all the residents. Whether it’s enjoying our delicious food, connecting with residents/caregivers, or taking advantage of our gorgeous outdoor scenery, there’s plenty to make each day impactful and fulfilling here at Belamour Care! Please reach out to us at 360-608-9087 to learn more about how we can help you or your loved one.

Belamour Care is anchored by three core principles

Health & Safety

We are a home where the residents become like a second family. Smaller homes like ours are just better places to live than the Big Box institutions because of our inherent advantage when it comes to care.

Happiness & Purpose

Belamour Care puts our residents’ happiness first. All our activities are curated with the resident’s enjoyment and fulfillment in mind.


We are committed to ensuring that our residents safely stay connected with loved ones, no matter the obstacle.

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Our Services

Belamour Care has one focus, making every resident's life better. We offer a range of services for seniors who need assistance in a wonderful environment surrounded by their peers. Belamour Care offers Assisted Living, Memory Care, and Independent Living. With this wide range of services, we are capable of helping any senior make their aging a comfortable and enjoyable experience.

Assisted Living

Receive the assistance you or a loved one needs while maintaining maximum independence and social connection. 

Independent Living

Enjoy luxurious living with people of similar age with relieved responsibilities of home care.

Memory Care

We can help with Alzheimers and Dementia. Regular oversight is given by professional registered delegating nurses.

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Areas We Serve:

Cedar Highlands
  – 6121 NE 20th Ct Vancouver WA 98665

Sherwood Adult Family Home
  – 11017 NE Sherwood Dr Vancouver WA 98684

Vintage Years AFH
– 18905 NE 121st ct Battle Ground WA 98604

Premier Senior Care
– 21400 NE 115th st Brush Prarie WA 98606

Sharmel Senior Care
– 13017 NE 21st St Vancouver WA 98684

Windsor Gardens Memory Care
– 1602 NE 162nd Ave Vancouver WA 98684

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What are the benefits of assisted living?

According to studies, about 7 in 10 Americans over the age of 65 will need long-term care. Assisted living facilities like Belamour Care are perfect for seniors who value their independence yet need personal assistance with daily activities. Making a move to assisted living may feel intimidating or overwhelming, especially as a caregiver, but these 10 benefits can help you and your loved one look forward to a beautiful new chapter.

  • Personalized care
  • Hands-on assistance with daily activities
  • Safety and security
  • Social activities and engagement
  • Access to healthcare facilities
  • Comfortable, home-like setting
  • Independence and fun
  • More free time
  • Nutrition and dining options
  • Peace of mind
What are the benefits of memory care?
  • Secure Environment for Increased Independence
  • Specialized and Individual Care
  • Programs and Activities
  • Physical Safety
  • Help With Appointments and Medication
  • Personalized Meal Plans
  • Socialization Opportunities
What are my senior care options?

Facility-Based Care

Some types of senior care require a senior to move into a residential facility to receive care. These facilities house other seniors with similar needs, meaning that a senior may not receive much personalized, one-on-one attention from staff.


  • Supervision: Minimal
  • Medical Care: No


  • Supervision: 24/7
  • Medical Care: Some


  • Supervision: 24/7
  • Medical Care: Yes


  • Supervision: 24/7
  • Medical Care: Yes


  • Supervision: 24/7
  • Medical Care: Yes

Home-Based Care

Other types of senior care are delivered in a senior’s home, so they can maintain their regular routine and be in familiar surroundings. This type of care allows for one-on-one, personalized attention.


  • Supervision: Up to 24/7
  • Medical Care: No


  • Supervision: Up to 24/7
  • Medical Care: Yes


  • Supervision: Up to 24/7
  • Medical Care: Yes
When should you put someone in memory care?
Memory care communities are specifically designed to meet the unique needs of people living with dementia. Beyond forgetfulness, dementia symptoms can include delusions, agitation, extreme personality changes, confusion, and disorientation that can put you and your loved ones at risk. We know that families are doing all they can to provide compassionate and loving care services. We also know that dementia requires specialized care from people who are well-trained to meet the needs of people living with dementia. How do you know when you can no longer provide the care your loved one needs? These indicators may signal that it’s time to move to memory care.

  • You worry about your loved one's safety all the time
  • You worry about your own safety
  • You are exhausted
  • Your loved one is neglecting finances
  • Your loved one is neglecting personal care
  • Your loved one wanders
  • Living conditions are subpar
  • Your loved one is isolated and lonely
  • Your loved one has unexplained physical changes
  • You want to restore your relationship with your loved one
What are the three principles of assisted living?
  • Person-Centered Care. With this assisting principle in place, liked ones can always anticipate getting the care that is fixated on their private needs.
  • Practice Principles at All Times. Every assisted living neighborhood ought to operate on a foundation of trust.
  • Mission Statement.