At Atria Senior Living, everything we do is driven by quality. To deliver that promise, we created the Quality Enhancement program to ensure that every aspect of community living is up to our standards.
At Atria Senior Living, everything we do is driven by quality. Our number one goal is to make the best possible life for our residents. To deliver on that promise, we created the Quality Enhancement program to ensure every aspect of life at our communities meets the highest standards in the industry. Sheela Stevens, EVP Quality Officer, has long been a pioneer in our unique, industry-leading approach to quality. We sat down with her to learn more about Atria’s Quality Enhancement program and the role it plays in our communities.
Read about the five key attributes that ensure high senior living quality.
Choosing a senior living community to call home can be a complicated choice. Everyone wants to choose a residence that offers senior living quality and peace of mind. (more…)
Atria Senior Living's Chairman of the Board and CEO, John Moore, discusses the ways we maintain quality to better serve our customers.
I stay busy as Atria’s Chairman of the Board and CEO, and finding time to visit our communities is sometimes harder to do than I’d like. So I really cherish the times when I do get to visit, because there’s no substitute for seeing a community in person and having face-to-face conversations with our customers and dedicated managers and staff. (more…)
Atria Senior Living is dedicated to encouraging an active lifestyle, promoting independence, enhancing lives and exceeding expectations every day.
Statistics show that social interaction is a key aspect in leading a healthy life and promoting successful aging.
Society keeps giving us messages that when we get older, we’re finished. We’re not finished. Every day is a new start.
– Billie Jean King, Atria Senior Living’s Active Aging Ambassador
A 31-year-old parrot enriches the quality of life of an Atria Carmichael Oaks couple.
In the animal kingdom, birds rank near the top when it comes to smarts. Their capacity for learning and inquisitive nature makes them a fascinating, captivating pet. Birds that are bonded with their owners constantly learn from the person’s behavior, and often delight them with surprisingly human-like antics. Think about it: When is the last time a dog looked up at you and said “Hello”?
According to Atria Carmichael Oaks resident Doris G., there’s nothing like coming home to Gypsy, an African Grey Parrot, who has been greeting her with a big “Hello” or “How are you?” for the past 23 years. (more…)
Learn more about questions to ask when evaluating Alzheimer’s and memory care services at senior living communities.
Part 3: Staff Training & Education
If you’re considering care for a family member who is living with the challenges of Alzheimer’s or other forms of dementia, one of the most important factors to consider is the training and education provided to their caregivers. (more…)
Social life at senior communities is important to Atria residents. They derive a sense of purpose and belonging in the company of their peers.
At Atria Hacienda, residents are invited to collaborate and share ideas on menu and dining improvements in the community’s Food for Thought Program.
Think about your favorite comfort foods – that homemade apple pie recipe your mother passed down, or the spaghetti and meatballs with the special sauce that has just the right amount of tang and spice.
Atria residents want to enjoy their favorite foods while also receiving a variety of choices. That’s why we create choice-focused programs for our residents. (more…)