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Very social environment offering resident a safe space to make new friends while receiving services. Hotel atmosphere offering resident the option of living in a stylish space. The staff is quite impressive not only professional but also knowledgeable. Their credentials are also a combination of multiple years of experience. Beautiful dining room is often used by residents.
Atria Park of Lafayette is a nice, somewhat newer community, in a very quiet area, yet very convenient to local shopping and dining, that has 103 apartments, with a 22 person memory care community. They offer all day dining, a movie theatre with daily movies, a massage room, a full service salon and on-site religious services, as well as excursions to local churches for worship. They offer a hydro spa tub for residents to take a relaxing bath, a billards/table tennis room, game room, and Friday happy hour. Each apartment in the independent/assisted living area is equipped with a kitchenette with a microwave, sink and refrigerator/freezer. Their private dining room for residents and their families has a full kitchen, where residents and their families can make favorite family recipes, or any other cooking adventures they want to partake in. Atria Park of Lafayette is an enhanced care community, which offers additional residents' needs that many others do not offer. They are currently offering a special until the end of September that would not have a rent increase until 2017. This is the first community I have visited that has offered this. This is a lovely community and I highly recommend it!
Atria Valley View, a community of independent and assisted living, is tucked away in south Walnut Creek in a very quiet area. There are 126 apartments, that have either a shared patio or balcony with an adjoining apartment. They have a nice movie theatre, full service salon and massage room, fitness center, as well as a sundries store, where residents can buy anything from shampoo to snacks. When a new resident moves in, they throw a party to welcome them to the community, which is very nice and welcoming. They also have a WiFi lounge, are pet friendly (no fee), and have a Friday happy hour, as well as the option of beer or wine with dinner. They also cover many of the costs of their outside excursions--the first this reviewer has seen. In addition, right next door is a rehabilitation and skilled nursing facility, should a resident need. The only drawback is that they do not offer any memory care services. This is a wonderful facility that I would highly recommend!
Review by Cheryl P. - Penrose Senior Care Auditors®
Located in a quaint residential neighborhood, Atria Willow Glen has the feel of an apartment community. Residential buildings are scattered across several beautiful, well-manicured acres with lawns, willow trees, a lovely Koi pond and swimming pool. While the community is several years old, it has been well taken care of and the apartments have gradually been renovated to feel fresh and modern. The apartments are a little larger than average and all have balconies or patios. The dining room is large and bright and looks out over a Koi pond and pool. I arrived right after lunch and the dining room was still buzzing with conversation. Many diners had moved to the pool deck under the shade of umbrellas. Atria Willow Glen has a great, independent air about it. The staff were all very attentive to the residents but without seeming to detract from their independence. This community would be very attractive for someone who enjoys gardening or the outdoors and a friendly atmosphere.
There’s much to love at Atria North Escondido. This facility has impressive outdoor spaces including a rooftop terrace that overlooks the rest of the property. The property of Atria North Escondido is well landscaped and scenic. There are also a few outdoor sitting areas on property that are shaded, but there are only a few and no very many. One of the sitting areas had a nice fountain where birds were gathering. Atria North Escondido also offers amenities such as a library and activities that include scenic drives around the area. I think Atria North Escondido has staff that are well trained and professional. While I was there they seemed to be constantly busy accommodating residents.
Atria Encinitas has nice outdoor sitting areas and plenty of mature trees on property that provide good shade. This facility also has an ‘Anytime Café’ where residents can come enjoy a snack in between meals. There are a few walking areas on property but nothing very huge. Atria Encinitas is pretty clean inside but there are rooms for improvements. The amenities here are good as well and there’s plenty of variety in the nature of activities.
This is a very nice luxury community. There is a floor plan available for everyone. They have single rooms without kitchens, two bedroom, two bath apartments with full kitchens and everything in between. The amenities are impressive, I love the Pool house and pool area. It also is in a convenient location off hwy 50 and close to the mall, restaurants and doctors. They have parking available for seniors who drive. This is a good choice for seniors of all ages and activity levels. Maybe not for the very sick unless you can have supportive services come in such as hospice.
Great community. They have a nice mix of residents from younger to older and couples and singles. Most residents love it there. They have a beautiful pool house. The residents have both internal activities and opportunity for going out on the residents van. They have a great chef and anytime dining if you miss a meal in the dining room. The facility has a ski lodge vibe which is unique for Florida. It may not be the best choice for a single senior who is 100% confined to a non-electric wheelchair or is blind. The facility is very large and can be intimidating. Their nursing care is limited.
It is a beautiful community. Great for couples and singles. Food is like dining in a fine restaurant. Something about the community reminds me of a luxury cruise ship but with full size apartments. There is always residents out and about participating in activities or just socializing. They have a community bus that will take residents shopping or to appointments. The only downside is that it is probably not for the senior who needs the highest level of care. They have nursing but are not a nursing home.
This is a beautiful place to put your loved one. The professionalism and friendliness your loved receives from the staff is unbelievable. It is a place to be. I went as a visitor to see this place for myself and I recommend it for anybody to give it a try. The place has up stairs and down stairs. The place is very clean, and when you are inside the building you think you are in a hotel. The food is great, they have a chef who comes in and great music around the clock. Also they have plenty of social activities indoor and outdoor activities.
Great location and great employees. They always go an extra mile to help you with your needs. But than again, I wish they would have more caregivers and with a better training. It would be nice to have caregivers knowing more about a proper catheter care, but in general they are nice and this counts too.the place is well maintained , clean, with beautiful flower arrangements. The ‘hotel style’ package which includes all meals, laundry and daily maid service, there are no restrictions on visiting anytime of day or night, so that's a nice feature and very convenient when you have a job.Nice size rooms, with furniture or not, but their furniture is very beautiful so I encourage you to think twice if bringing your own furniture is worth the moving.Its a great food all around no matter what you are going to have, breakfast, lunch or dinner, with consideration to the food pyramid, well balanced meals, so I do encourage you to try it at least once.The only and the only thing I didn't liked was the prices. Starting at a base of $4000 a month can get very expensive when you add the care too. I would think this place is very worth the money for whom can afford. But just keep in mind that you can find sometimes a residential care home with same service and look for less.I will definitely recommend this place if you afford it.
Atria Walnut Creek is nice facility, which is located about 1/4 mile from John Muir Hospital, a leading medical provider in the area. It is also extremely close to multiple doctors' offices, which makes its location ideal when needing medical care. Atria has a total of 155 units, 34 of which are memory care units. There are several housing unit sizes to choose from, from studio apartments to one bedroom units. There is a beauty salon on site that offers hair and nail care. Atria also offers group exercise classes and has a new, but small, fitness center on site. They also have a 21 seat movie "theatre" that offers nightly movies and fresh popcorn! For excursions and transportation needs, Atria has a small bus, as well as a town car for residents' travel needs. Their dining room is open daily from 7 am to 7 pm, which is great, as it does not restrict residents to limited hours in which to enjoy meals. They also have a bistro/café for other dining options, free to residents, and at a reasonable cost to residents' visitors. Atria is expanding and renovating, and hopes to provide a wine bar and free WiFi soon to their residents. In the meantime, residents can use free WiFi in certain common areas, or pay for it themselves for use in their room. Cats and dogs are permitted, although the sales representative was not sure if there were costs involved if a resident wanted to bring a pet. Lastly, Atria is within 2 miles of both Target and high end shopping and dining in downtown Walnut Creek, making its location very desirable.
I think Atria is a wonderful retirement community. I love how it is designed to look like a resort. I have personally ate their many occasions and love the food and the variety of options they have. I have personally met the main cook and love his style of cooking. The staff is always really friendly, although they are hard to get in touch with. Overall Atria is a great community.
The Atria Willow Park looks rather plain from the outside, but it looks really nice on the inside. The atmosphere in this community seems to cater to active seniors, which is great. There is a pool table, card tables, and open common areas for socializing. The Activity Director has lots of fun, relaxing, and learning type activities on the calendar. I reviewed the menu is seems sufficient, not too grand and not too bland. Atria Willow Park has seasoned employees who are very competent in their work and treat their residents like family.
Atria Copeland is a beautifully landscaped community. The foyer is very welcoming and their dining experience is one of the best I've seen. The residents can actually eat a meal or snack at their own convenience and not have to wait on meal times. I think this is great, because I often am hungry at different times of the day! Atria Copeland's staff is mediocre, they are not very friendly but not rude either. There are daily activities and they seem beneficial for their senior community. I also reviewed their menu and it had some variety, which is good because nobody likes eating the same thing all the time. Overall, Atria Copeland is nicely maintained and decorated.
I just love Atria Bell Court Gardens – the independent living facility is actually built in an older Italian- or Greek-styled mansion and the architecture is breathtaking – everything about the community from the gorgeous well-kept grounds to the relaxing and homelike environment, to the simplistic yet elegant décor leaves you speechless – I actually had to remind myself a couple times that this was a senior living community. The whole facility is a breath of fresh air in the happiness of the residents, the meticulous and exceptional care provided by the staff, and the active spirit and exciting chatter throughout the community.
Atria Bell Court Gardens is one of the best communities as far as resident volunteer opportunities, resident options and experiences, and the variety of activities, events, services, and amenities offered daily to the residents. Many residents participate in the volunteer opportunities that are available – it is wonderful that they have the option to volunteer as it keeps residents active, helps them feel independent, and a sense of contribution. They have a exclusive program that they started called, “Support Our Troops” where the residents regularly gather in support of our military and prepare care packages which are then sent out to the troops. I have not personally been to one of the meetings, but it is a big hit on campus among the staff and residents alike.
One of my favorite features - they have a little church area that is so cute – it is located off of the beautiful courtyard and I love that it is off to the side so it gives the residents a sense that they are “going” to church – and when they step out onto the gorgeous courtyard – well, it will feel like Sunday mornings are supposed to feel stepping out of church – seeing nothing in front of you but nature and beauty!
There is also a beautiful pool, outdoor kitchen/dining area, fire pit for heating up during those cold desert nights (or perhaps… s’mores?!), a dog park for resident’s pets, and covered sitting areas – all of these options make for the perfect way to enjoy Arizona spring days or summer evenings.
Atria Bell Court Gardens is a community you just have to see to believe – it is impossible to describe the community in a way that truly embodies all the excellence that is Atria Bell Court Gardens. All I can urge you to do is take a tour. You won’t be disappointed!
This community is built into a beautiful tree covered hillside in Walnut Creek just a few minutes from John Muir Outpatient Center. The community was recently remodeled to resemble a Mission style lodge so it looks like a vacation resort as you pull into the driveway. There can be a challenge to find a parking place, so be prepared to park and walk a good distance if you are visiting. This community offers so many wonderful activities to keep their residents healthy and happy including outdoor dining space, an outdoor fireplace, walking paths, and a large movie theater just to name a few. The staff are experienced and professional and really go out of there way to make the residents feel a home. While I was there, some of the residents were on their way out to an excursion which they were excited about and the staff was very helpful in loading them on the shuttle. I had lunch while I was there and the food was excellent with many tasty options available. The Marketing staff were very helpful and informative and called me after my visit to make sure that I had all of my questions answered.
If you want a gorgeous facility, then you’ve found it at Atria Valley Manor. From the moment you walk up to the front entrance, you are surrounded by breathtaking landscape, a cozy community, and a family-like atmosphere. Valley Manor offers Independent Living, Assisted Living, Memory Care, and Respite Care. The staff members are well trained and knowledgeable in working with the elderly. They are patient, respectful, encouraging, accommodating, and all of the other amazing qualities that make up and exceptional senior living care team. They place a lot of energy into helping prepare residents and families for the transition into senior living, offering resources, programs, counseling, etc. to make the move to senior living as easy as possible. I would trust them with my own loved ones any day of the week without hesitation or concern and that coming from me (if you really knew me!) speaks volumes about just how awesome Valley Manor is. A tour is well worth your time, you will be happy you took the time.
Atria Campana Del Rio is an amazing senior living community located in a gorgeous Tucson area which is surrounded by endless mountains and beautiful landscape, resulting in breathtaking views. The community is rich in Spanish-style architecture and décor. The facility is simply gorgeous – pulling up, you’d think you were going to a resort or spa. It is that beautiful. Atria Campana Del Rio specializes in Independent Living, Assisted Living, Memory Care, and Short-Term Care (such as post-op care, rehabilitation, etc.
The staff members are wonderful with the residents, always going out of their way to ensure each resident is receiving individualized care.
This community also has one of the best activity calendars I have ever seen in senior living. There is always something to do and the staff members are always encouraging the residents to participate in the activities and to keep active.
Atria Buckhead is a beautiful community located in gorgeous Buckhead. Atria Buckhead is truly like "hotel living" the community is is conveniently located in Metro Atlanta with modern flare but provides a home-like southern charm decor inside. The community is moderate in size and is very clean. The staff are all very professional and helpful which is a plus. The residents were clean and appeared very happy, the community was very lively upon my entering Atria Buckhead. It is certainly a contender among the local senior living communities.
This community is very charming with spacious apartments and some upgrades. The building is very clean and well maintained. The staff are extremely friendly and knowledgeable. The nursing staff are also very supportive and accommodating with meeting the individual needs of residents. The menu is varied and very tasty and accommodating. The food is presented well and the staff support and encourage meals. The activities are a little challenged in regards to uniqueness and being encouraged.
The Atria Inn has a variety of apartments available for residents who desire independent living but anticipate needing assisted living and/or memory care. Allowing a resident to age in place and not have to move communities. Residents can join others on shopping trips via transportation offered by the community. There are social clubs for card players and football game fans. There is always a member of staff on site for emergencies and staff members are always willing to help residents. Housekeeping is provided once a week and included in the rent. Many of the residents are military veterans.
Atria Westchase gives you a southern country feel upon arrival. Once inside you you will be greeted warmly from the staff. The caregivers were constantly working and caring for the residents. The staff gave warm smiles and work peacefully among themselves. The residents were happily engaged with their daily routines and activities. The food provided was good. And I like the snacks and beverages available between meals.
This community is spot on with customer service. I've toured this community during several times of the day and they are always pleasant. The building is very clean and well maintained inside and outside. The hallways are fresh in regards to scent. The care team members are always looking out for the bet intetest of the residents and even keeping families abreast. The staff are always smiling and ready to answer questions or give a helping hand. The menu is resort like and that includes taste and varation. The activities are stimulating and the activities director encourage activities.
Atria Carrollton is a great community to tour. This continuum of care community offers independent living, assisted living, and memory care. This community provides several support services from outside agencies in an effort to help residents age in place. The dinning room is open and inviting. The meals are prepared by professional chiefs and they nutritious and accommodating. The activities calendar is filled with activities that are appropriate onsite and offsite. The staff have good customer service and they are very involved with the residents. The residents have a voice at this community and they are truly heard.