Atria Senior Living - Michigan
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When people come to an Atria Senior Living community in Michigan, they are taking the first step toward leading a much richer and more fulfilling life. As the fourth largest operator of assisted living communities in the nation, Atria offer seniors more than simply a place to live. We offer the opportunity to be a part of a dynamic community that provides companionship, comfort and safety. Each of our Michigan communities is one big family, and we welcome seniors in all stages of life to join us.
Atria Shorehaven was OK, but I didn't have a good feeling about it. The people who took us through were nice. It was farther away from my family than where I wanted to be. The director was very sweet and friendly.
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 father is at Atria Park of Ann Arbor, and I highly recommend it. It’s a beautiful place with excellent rooms. Our experience has been excellent. My father was able to have a private room with a shared bathroom. They have a wonderful elevator. It makes him feel that he is not alone as they have different socialization plans. They are stimulating him socially, and we are so pleased with that.
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.
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.
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.
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.