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.
Atria Senior Living Communities
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<p>Our visit to Atria was fine. The facilities looked beautiful, and the lunch we had was delicious. However, husband was not interested in that type of situation, and it was so expensive, but it were really nice. In fact, I'm attending a caregiver’s class there every week. I thought it was lovely.</p>
<p>Atria Shorehaven is a very nice, smaller community. However, they only have two options of apartments. You either get a one-bedroom or a two-bedroom. The people there were very nice, and the staff that took me around the first time, who was the director of the activities, was a very bubbly person, and very, very friendly. When my mother, my husband and I visited, Sherry took us through, and she’s very nice. They had a lot of activities, like art classes, chair yoga, and movies, and a bus to take them places. They do have a lot to offer there, but they didn't have a pool. They had a nice walking area that the residents use outside. The activities were good, but my mother wasn’t really impressed with the community.</p>
<p>I visited The Landing of Brighton. It was wonderful, but they did not provide the nursing services that my friend needed. I really like the staff. This community had a range of people that are very able, communicative, and active. We would have loved to have our friend there, but they didn’t have the nursing services. The kitchen staff came out to discuss the menu and the options, which were very good.</p>
<p>I went over to Atria, and they didn’t have anything available for me. I wasn’t pleased because it was too small for me, and I felt very confined. The staff was excellent, very efficient, and tried to help as much as possible. The atmosphere was very nice, very friendly, and very good. They had an ice cream parlor open on Tuesdays and Sundays and a hair salon.</p>
<p>We have been living at Atria Bell Court Gardens since December. It’s an old mansion with 160 rooms. There are two courtyards, one with the swimming pool for water aerobics. They also have a library and do exercises seven times a week. They don’t have assisted living, which is a good thing as the residents are alert and able. The food is superb, and the staff are like family. They are wonderful. Our apartment has a kitchen with two bedrooms and two bathrooms, a living room, and nice huge deck that looks out onto the mountain.</p>
<p>Atria was very nice. It had everything that you would want. The staff was very reasonable, bright, clean, cheery and merry. I would definitely take a room if my brother would go. We looked at the dining area, but we did not eat anything. The staff was very nice. Everything about it was great and was everything that I would want. Everybody was kind and very helpful.</p>
<p>I visited Atria Park at Ann Arbor. The facilities were nice and had activities. Everybody was very nice. The chef even prepared some fresh hummus and pitas to take with us. It was delicious, and I thought that was a very nice gesture. They were very warm and welcoming. The rooms were nice, and you could bring your own furniture. It was also quite costly.</p>
<p>Atria was nice, but their assisted living was a very small unit and very segregated. They only had about 14 rooms geared toward a person who could maintain a more active lifestyle. They had a lot of amenities. There would be additional price for the different levels of care. I really liked their front desk person who was very outgoing and friendly. They were a little on the professional side as I didn’t see the caregivers hugging the residents or laughing with them. It was a nice facility and clean. There wasn't anything negative, but it just wasn’t a good fit for Mom.</p>
Atria Hillsdale was not a real good place for my mother because she is visually impaired and the hallways were not very bright. She is also using a walker and a wheelchair and will not be able to navigate herself around that place. It would be a fine facility for someone who is not as impaired as my mom. The dining area looked pretty nice and looked out into a courtyard and had a pleasant atmosphere for eating, more like a restaurant. The gentleman who met us was the director, and he had a good, positive attitude about helping people. He wasn't pushy and was informative, helpful, and courteous.
Atria Park was beautiful. It looked like a resort, and I wanted to move in. The staff was friendly and awesome. The residents I saw were leaving to go places, and a couple were in wheelchairs and seemed fine. Everybody seemed upbeat and really happy. They gave me a gift pack to give to my mom, and she loved it.
The Solana Willistown was going through a rather extensive renovation. It was quite large and sat in an area where there’s heavy traffic volume. The rooms were smaller than what we settled on. It’s clean and well maintained.
I found Atria to be warm, comfortable, and clean. I met the manager who took me on a tour and showed me all around. All of the residents seemed to be very content and friendly, and chatted with each other. I liked the dining facility especially and the fact that they had an ice cream parlor, which my friend would enjoy very much. It had a lot of activities. They took the residents off the campus to events, too. My friend was still mobile, so she would fit in at the community. However, I wished they had two-bedroom apartments, but they didn’t and the rooms were small. Also, they have a cookie bar in the living room, so guests could get coffee and freshly baked cookies. It was really warm, and I really liked it.
The menu and the food at Atria Park of Ann Arbor were impressive. The chef came out and talked to my dad, and he liked the fact that you ordered food from a menu. The staff was very nice and very welcoming and had a nurse there that would check him. They had transportation to the VA if he needed it, plus laundry service, meals, and housekeeping. Of the ones that we’ve seen, he liked Atria the best.
When we went to visit Atria Hillsdale, the place was livelier compared to the other place we’ve been to. When we got there, they were doing activities. It felt like it was a more social place. The residents were ambulatory. It's not posh and a little dated, but it’s still very nice. The director was very nice to us.
I visited Atria Collier Park, and it was a very nice facility. The staff was very professional. The rooms were very well kept as well. The entry area was very clean, and well kept as well. I really don’t have negative things to say to the place.
We visited Atria Valley Manor for my mom. I thought it was very nice. The room was nice and sufficient for what my mom would need. The staff was very helpful. They had a movie theater, bingo, and some musical nights. I liked this place a lot.
Atria Park was a beautiful, big, clean facility with an excellent memory care unit upstairs. I was very pleased with that, but it was a little bit out of our way. I brought my uncle back for an evaluation with a registered nurse, and I found that to be very helpful. They decided that he can go ahead living in an assisted living instead of memory care. My tour was excellent. The staff both in the memory care and assisted living was excellent. They had activities going on for the memory care unit and a separate chef who can prepare meals for any situation.
I was impressed with Atria Collier Park. It was a very neat and organized. The director met with and gave us a tour. We met residents along the way, all of whom he knew by first name. That impressed me. They had a lot of activities and provided transportation to grocery stores. I was also very impressed with their dining facility. Everyone was very friendly. The environment felt more like a home. The only downside was the rooms, which were too small.
I recently did a lunch tour at Atria, boy what a nice surprise! From the moment I walked in the door the staff was friendly and attentive. My mom was just had surgery so the staff got her a wheel chair so she could see the entire place. It's not too big and easy to get around. The food was made in house and the soup delicious. The building is older but clean and updated. While we were there a nice group from the local animal shelter brought in therapy dogs and the seniors were tickled. Overall, a very nice experience and a gem in our community!
Atria Greece was nice, but the room was not adequate for my mom because it was too small and dark. They have steep stairs and narrow hallways. I felt claustrophobic when I saw the room, so I would not want to put mom in there. The dining room was spacious. There were activities going on while I was there, like crafts and arts. The facility was very clean inside and out.
Atria is a wonderful assisted and independent living community. This community is very homelike and has walking paths and a small greenhouse for the residents to enjoy. The community is neat and upgraded. The apartments have kitchenettes and enough space for basic furniture. The food is very tasty and open for special requests by the residents. The staff are professional and excited to give tours and provide detailed information. The care is considered good and the nursing staff are available and willing to help the residents. The building is free from odor and a nice community to live in.
This is a very warm and family-like facility. When I entered this facility, I was greeted by a resident who was friendly and energetic. I was also later greeted by the person at the front lobby. The staff were friendly and professional; however, a couple of the workers appeared to be very occupied during my visit. There were two workers who did not greet me, but I did notice that these workers were assisting the residents, and to me, that was most important.
The food here is very good and offers a lot of variety. This is not the food you would expect at any facility. The choices include fresh vegetables and desserts. Still, I did find that the chicken that I had during my lunch visit with a friend was not very seasoned. Nevertheless, the residents seemed to enjoy mealtime, and all of the food was served fairly hot and in a clean surrounding.
The best part about this facility is friendship. The residents here are awesome, and they stay busy ranging from games to art. This facility will keep your senior involved and feeling a part of a family.