Atria Senior Living
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As the fourth largest operator of assisted living communities in the United States, Atria Senior Living offers seniors more than simply a place to live, creating vibrant communities that provide companionship, comfort and safety. When people come to Atria, they are taking the first step toward leading a richer and more fulfilling life. Each of our communities is a big family, and we welcome seniors in all stages of life to join us.
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The staff should get 6 stars. Truly, caring and very supportive. The owners of this property reinvest in it and many sections look new. My mother was in assisted living then moved to Memory Care. The memory care area looks new, total upgrades. It is smaller and more intimate, noticed lots of residents who participate in activities, unfortunately my mom did not. Fiestaware is used for dining which makes for a very happy atmosphere at meal times. The assisted/independent living area has so many activities, really first class. Even have wine and cheese Friday afternoon.
I visited this community along with 13 others for my dad. This community ranked #1 in my book relating to the actual property. It was beautiful and rather large, so keep that in mind. All of the staff that I encountered appeared as if they really liked what they do which certainly is a big plus. We had lunch and it was good. Out of 14 communities in OC, this is the one that I would select.
I visited this facility for my dad and the staff appeared truly some of the very best I saw during my 14 tours of communities. They were genuinely attentive and you could tell they wanted to be there. The bistro gave a casual, hang-out feeling but I was disappointed to see on my second visit that it was crowded with a group playing scrabble with awkward room for anyone else. They have a card/game room, but I'm not sure why that wasn't being used. The facility is smaller in size than others I've seen, but that can be a very good thing. I would recommend this facility.
While we have worked with families moving into this community, we recently worked with a family who was moving their Father out of the community. The caring staff at Atria Willow Glen were just as concerned about his safe transition out - as they are with incoming residents. This speaks not only highly of the type of community it is, but also the team at large. A new executive chef has made a huge impact in the dining room. The grounds with the swimming pool, koi ponds, walkways and lush park-like grounds enable many incoming residents to feel like they are still living at home with access to fresh air and great outdoor spaces. An abundance of activities provides residents with the opportunity for true socialization and engagement.
Smiling faces, happy residents and laughter fill the halls, sitting rooms and dining room of this community. The staff is friendly and most attentive. The food is delicious with choices and variety. In the memory care building the staff is kind, compassionate and demonstrates patience, love and concern for the residents. The activities offered in both areas are well rounded with many choices and opportunities to enjoy a favorite hobby or learn something new. The building seems very secure, even in daylight a code or call to the front desk is needed to enter into the back of the building.
The caring staff, generous dining room, and comfortable living areas create a most welcome environment at this community. Activities are offered that meet the needs and desires of the residents and provide many opportunities for socializing and enjoyment. The grounds are exceptional where one can view a generous landscape of mature oak trees, winding paths and abundant wildlife.
It has been a while since I was at this building and I understand they have made changes lately so maybe it would rate higher now, but traditionally it has been a step below Atria Rancho Park in San Dimas. That's not to say this is a bad facility, but it doesn't have the spacious grounds and some other amenities that its sister facility has. Still, they do a good job with what they have.
This is a very nice community with a nice, upscale building which is well taken care of by the staff. It is conveniently located across the street from nice restaurants and shops...great to go to with family and friends.
The best thing about this community is that it doesn't feel like a retirement community. It's new, completely updated, and has the feel of an upscale executive apartment building. It's also conveniently located just off Ventura Boulevard. The front desk/reception staff are always welcoming and helpful.
Visited this facility many times. The facility is very clean and attractively appointed and the residents appear to be well cared for. This facility provides various levels of service depending on whether the resident lives independently, needs assistance in living, or requires more services such as for memory care.
Because it is a 6 story building this place feels a little more like a hotel than other places, but it does have the advantage of being tucked away in a nice, quiet neighborhood. The staff are all nice and the food is good-sometimes great depending on if the head chef made it-and they do have some fun events for their residents.
My father in law was badly injured in an accident and could no longer care for himself. We were at a loss did not know what to do. We were given a brochure of assistant living places. We vistied quiet a few but the introduction we received at Atria in Kingwood was awesome. They gave us a tour introduced us to all the staff, let us talk to people living there. Everyone was so great. They took really good care of my father in law, but now he can't stay by himself at all. We had to move him, it was so sad. I am really going to miss everyone at Atria. It is a great place.
There's something I really like about this community, even though the stars don't necessarily reflect it. I think it needs a facelift but the staff seem genuinely caring and the residents I saw were engaging. The community is located in a nice, residential area near a hospital, both of which are pluses when considering a place to live.
Atria Del Rey has been a community resource for many many years. The change from assigned meal times to restaurant-style dining is such a plus and so different from other assisted livings. The recent renovations and addition of the memory care "Life Guidance" is such a welcome addition for those individuals who truly wish to age in place. The Executive Director and her management team are top-notch and you know they truly care. They have so many wonderful programs and activities and special events as well. A well-deserved 5 stars!
I'm looking for a place for my Dad, so I went with my friend, Denise, to visit her Mom, who lives at Carm. Oaks. Her Mom hadn't wanted to go to independent or assisted living facility, but it was no longer safe for her to live alone. When I visited, she had been living there for 3-4 months, and I was AMAZED at not only her change in attitude, but in her level of alertness and being in the "here and now". The facilities were spotlessly clean, residents were engaged with each other, there was a long list of activities to choose from, there were plenty of places to just sit and read, if one wanted ... I was very impressed. Best of all, her Mom LOVES the place! She quickly made new friends, she isn't at all isolated, and her suite is large enough that her adult kids can stay overnight on the sofa-bed, rather than just visit for an hour or two. The additional engagement with other residents has also improved her awareness and "with-it-ness", to a noticeable degree. The grounds are beautiful and peaceful, and I didn't notice any traffic noise at all. I'm really hoping Dad will want to come take a look, because it's getting so he can't live alone much longer, either.
Beautifully appointed apartments with a peaceful, serene feeling overlooking tranquil grounds. Up-to-date interiors and appointments. Delicious food with a bistro for snacks and drinks that are always available. Friendly staff who looks out for the best interests of their residents in creating a healthy lifestyle and an overall sense of well-being.
My mother-in-law has lived at Atria San Pablo for almost 5 years, during which time she moved from assisted living to the memory care wing. The staff worked closely with our family to make sure the transition was a smooth one for her, and for us! We look forward to the fun social events, weekly live music, and Christmas carriage ride. But the best thing about Atria is the close knit atmosphere created by the director and her staff. The residents and their families are cared for with love and respect.
I was with my wife in the life guidance facility. She was a resident for four months. I remained there for two additional months while she required skilled nursing at another facility. During her stay the care and rapore that she had with the staff was outstanding. Her day started with Marie getting her ready for the day and then Angelic and Pat who welcomed her for breakfast. Bernadette who engaged us in conversation. Suze who always had a smile for us. Gloria, and in particular Angie, who not only cared for my wife but looked out for me when she required skilled nursing care. There were others who stepped in to care for her when necessary. All of the aides were wonderful, always a smile and a hello. We were unable to take part in many of the activities but we did observe that there were many to occupy the residents time from gardening, singing, memory games and trips to the surrounding area. The food was very good with a diverse menu with a choice of at least two entrees. The staff and management were always there for us when we needed their assistance. The housekeeping was very good; the beds were made every morning and the apt. was cleaned weekly or whenever it was necessary. Our overall experience was excellent. Our family could not have made a better choice than Atria at Marina Place.