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Get Ready to Be Inspired!

An Atria Glen Cove employee shares her inspiring story of success and overcoming adversity.

Erika Cerna’s career at Atria began while she was attending college. What started as a part-time job in Atria Glen Cove’s restaurant eventually turned into her life’s passion.

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Sparking Your Sense of Playfulness

Sparking Your Sense of Playfulness

Playfulness between seniors and caregivers is a healthy way to increase positivity and avoid caregiver fatigue.

I’d like to tickle your curiosity about playfulness, but first I’d like to share a true story about a caregiver.  [The names and identifying references have been changed to protect confidentiality.]

One day I received a phone call from a woman inquiring about therapy services. (more…)

Family Resources

These family resources for senior living are helpful for families and older adults who are seeking more information about senior living.

John Moore and resident

Making Good on Our Promises

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…)

Quality Enhancement at Atria – Atria Senior Living Blog

Atria’s Commitment to Quality

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.

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Friends for Life: How to Avoid Social Isolation

Social isolation is a common occurrence, as we grow older. Discover ways to help seniors avoid becoming socially isolated and lonely.

Research shows that staying socially engaged with friends can offer real benefits, like bolstering our immune system and contributing to overall health and happiness. Spending time with friends improves our mood. And having the emotional support of close friends helps us reach goals and get through challenging times in our lives. (more…)

Mini Tomato-Pesto Tarts Recipe | The Atria Kitchen

An Atria Bay Spring Village employee shares her recipe for delicious mini tomato-pesto tarts.

“I received this recipe from a friend when I first moved to Rhode Island. It immediately became a family and party favorite. I started at Atria Harborhill as a volunteer and went on to become an Engage Life Assistant at the community. (more…)

Dovie and Crystal

A Bond That Can’t Be Broken

An Atria Resident shares a story about her pet bird Crystal, a Nanday Conure Parrot that she has owned for more than 24 years.

Here at Atria, we talk frequently about the importance of social living and of being surrounded by friends with common interests.

This doesn’t mean all of those friends are necessarily people.

Meet Atria Windsor Woods resident Dovie S. and her pet bird, Crystal. (more…)

What Seniors Really Want from a Community Lifestyle

Help your parent get the most from community living. Ensure that the community promotes social engagement. Read the full story on Wit and Wisdom...

It’s hard enough to talk to your mom or dad about the possibility of moving out of their home and into a senior living community. Getting them to open up about what might actually make them feel happy and settled at a new home can present an even larger challenge. (more…)