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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I like Atria Campana del Rio the best because of its location at River Road and near Campbell Avenue, which is near the center of Tucson and close to the University of Arizona which I attend for a lot of athletic events. I have three friends who are current members there and say that’s the best place they’ve ever been. There are plenty of great rooms. Everything is very clean. I’ve seen Trivial Pursuit, discussions, and trips for the people. Also, you can keep a car there, and I can take the dog with me. The best thing that I like about it is that I won’t be alone.
Atria Hearthstone looked pretty old but pretty nice. We looked at independent living rooms. The staff was friendly and knowledgeable. They take them to games and exercise classes. The dining area looked pretty good, and the people looked happy.
I have a friend who lives in Atria Burlingame. She went there about four to five years ago, and she’s fairly happy. She has a small room that is adequate for her use and has its own bathroom, is well lighted which she likes, and it’s very near the nurse’s station. She’s usually out of the room all day until the evening. One time when I was there, they were doing some word games, and it was interesting. The activity therapist is quite entertaining and very engaging. I did stay a couple of times to eat with her, and the portions were fairly large for older people. They don’t have a lot of parking because it is in a small area so you do street parking. My friend doesn’t walk very far, so I’d go to the garage to pick her up, and sometimes it’s hard because there’s not a lot of space or handicap parking nearby. It’s in a nice area by the park, so it’s breezy and windy, even though it’s noisy because it’s by the train. The atmosphere is good. You can walk to the stores and to the park, where there are always children playing in the summer.
At Atria Vista del Rio, they didn’t have what I needed because my mother had become wheelchair and bed-bound. And I didn’t feel they had the staff available. The rooms were OK. My issue with them was that they couldn’t provide the level of care that she needed. I didn’t think the value was as good, but it’s better than where she was. They had a good calendar of activities. Their security was good, but I think they need more staff.
The staff at Atria Newburgh was very friendly, cheerful, and really know their residents. Their living quarters were adequate, and I felt that it's very safe. The food was excellent. Their activities seemed to be very good, and Dad is enjoying it.
Atria Springdale seemed to be a very well-run place. The staff was very nice and friendly, but it was a very small facility for the amount of money that they wanted monthly. They had different activities, like a wine tasting night. They also had a van that can go to various areas. They were all gathered in the kitchen doing something, possibly discussing a book.
My parents moved into Atria Stony Brook. They’re in level 1, which is basically bathing and dressing. I’m not really happy with them at this point. It’s a nice facility, but they have some staffing problems. When the maintenance director was released, it took some time to replace him. I’m not sure if they have replaced him or not. One of the ladies who helps with the care has been out for weeks. Some of the maintenance issues that need to be addressed for my parents are not being addressed. My father was not crazy about the food and the way the menus are set up. There seems to be some turnover there as well. Atria Stony Brook is a nice place, and the people who are there are very nice, but there are some management issues or some staffing issues that we’re hoping get addressed soon. It is a nice building. The rooms are nice and clean. Their cleaning people do a good job. The employees are nice and are doing a good job, but they just have some staffing problem and that has created some gaps in the service.
It was a nice experience at Atria Springdale. The rooms were very small and outdated, but it’s a very friendly place. The main lobby was nice. A lot of the residents seemed to be pleased and happy, but we were not very impressed with the rooms themselves. I’m not crazy about its location, either. It is backed up to an expressway and the freeway in the back. The staff was great, though.
Summerhill Villa is all good. My one complaint I have about it that they will not do my mother's laundry unless she pays another $200, but other than that, it's a great place. Their common area is huge and beautiful. They have a huge beautiful courtyard with 100-year-old oaks in the back that are enormous with bunnies and squirrels and a walkway all around it. The rooms aren't huge, but their bedroom is a little big bigger than bedroom size with a nice roomy bathroom. They have fantastic activities, like bingo, movies, outings, games, art, and happy hour. The staff is awesome.
The activity’s director at Atria Park of Lake Forest was nice and took us around the place. They basically had three levels of memory care, which none of the others I saw really had. The place is nice. We toured the memory care, and it was OK, but it did not inspire anything in me. The staff was nice and professional.
Atria and its people were very nice. It was clean and big. The room was near the pool and had a patio. They had a fancy dining room. The assisted living cost more, and they take residents to dinner and activities.
Atria Newburgh seemed small and the food was very good. The cook seems to do well, and I was very intrigued with them using cloth napkins and tablecloths, which was rather nice. When I took the tour, they gave me an apple pie when I left, which I thought was very nice, and I can’t forget that. The dining area was also very nice and really attractive.
Atria Northgate Park was a very nice place. The people were wonderful, very helpful, very kind, and courteous. The place was very clean, and I liked the layout; it was well-planned with wings and the central location was in the center. They had nice spaces for them to commune, and the dining room was very lovely. They had party nights, movies, and different places to hold these activities. The staff was lovely and very encouraging. Everybody had their own little patio which was nice, and they had a little garden or greenhouse with fresh flowers.
I am rating Atria Willow Park very high since it's like a 5-star hotel. The staff are very professional. The food is delicious. The residents who live there are very nice, kind, and cordial. They met my dad with open arms.
Atria Copeland is a really beautiful place. They were really great, friendly, and helpful people. We had dinner with people who lived there, and it's really a nice experience. The best thing about it was the care that you received. However, they had very small units.
Atrium Park of Ann Arbor was very nice and the facilities were excellent, but the two-bedroom didn't have kitchen facilities and was basically just two bedrooms and a bathroom without a living area. The apartment was very small for a two-bedroom. You had very little casual living area like a living room, dining room, or where you can have TV or if you wanted to have dinner or something now. They provided food and everything. It’s designed for strictly assisted living. It was nice a facility, but I didn’t like the way the bedrooms were laid out.
My husband is in The Landing of Brighton, and I like that it is clean, new, and attractive. The staff is well trained, caring, and consistent. The food is excellent, and their dining room is restaurant-style. They have many appropriate activities.
My dad was in Atria Copeland before he passed away. It was a nice facility that had really nice, caring people who bent over backwards to make a smooth transition for him. They're very professional and very knowledgeable. The room he stayed in was clean, very accessible, large enough for family to have a place to sleep with ease, and had a nice kitchen area and large walk-in closet.
Atria Evergreen Woods is really a gem and has more lively people. They have restaurant menus, and you can eat anything at any time of the day. You can have hotdogs, hamburgers, and salads. They always had two entrees and would ask the people what they would like on the menu. They had air-conditioning units in the rooms, bingo, a hot tub, a huge fenced-in pool, and absolutely beautiful and well-maintained grounds. Everybody used a walker. They all seemed to be more alive there. I was never depressed when I went there. There wasn't anything there that we didn't love.
The lady who helped us at Atria Hearthstone (East) was very informative. We had a very good lunch there. The room we looked at was a very nice two-bedroom and quite a bit larger than average. The whole place proved to be very clean. They had a long list of activities, a very good chef, and a large, very nice dining area.
Summerhill and everybody there was nice but expensive. A staff member introduced me to all of the people. They were having a concert that afternoon, and some of them had personal help which was nice. It was highly overgrown with lots of trees and shrubs outside, but it keeps it cool, and you can go outside. We didn’t eat, but the dining room was nice.
Our choice for Dad was Atria. The amenities were excellent, the people were real nice, and we had chosen them over anybody else we visited. It’s new, modern, and updated. The staff came over, introduced themselves, and were very friendly. They had an excellent dining area.
Atria Springdale was a nice community. While I was there, I was not able to see any interaction between staff and residents. The room that was available at the time was considerably smaller than others I'd seen.