Most Atria communities offer independent living, assisted living and memory care services, so we can accommodate individual care needs.
Answers to frequently asked questions about Atria Senior Living, including services, cost, policies, dining, activities, care, safety and more.
Discover what senior living communities will look like in the coming years with an evolving landscape and a tech-savvy senior population.
Like most other industries, the trends among senior living communities are rapidly evolving. The future is bright for prospective retirees. Senior living communities will continue to fully embrace holistic wellness, eco-friendly solutions, technology and independence. As baby boomers slide into retirement age, the senior housing industry must accommodate a generation of retirees who are active and tech-savvy in an unprecedented way. In addition, people are living longer and want to approach the work and play of retirement in a whole new way. (more…)
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A reference guide for evaluating independent living communities, provided by Atria Senior Living.
There are many reasons that lead older adults to consider independent living options. Keeping up with the daily chores of running a household can become overwhelming and expensive. As grown children move out, a large house with multiple levels presents challenges for a long-term living environment. Everyday tasks that used to take no time at all now suddenly take half the day.
Atria Sutton, a vibrant assisted living community in Las Vegas, NV, offers daily social opportunities and discreet support with everyday care needs.
Atria Senior Living announced this week the results of a recent six-month study conducted in conjunction with the International Longevity Center.
An assisted living and memory care community in Grass Valley, CA, Atria Grass Valley is a place where seniors enjoy retirement living and active lifestyles
Having the talk about a move to senior living can be difficult for older adults and their families. The following tips can help with the conversation.
To ensure a safe and secure living environment for your memory-impaired parent, ask assisted living communities these questions.
Part 1: Living Environment
If you’re considering care for your family member who suffers from a memory illness, the items at the top of your checklist are likely related to finding a safe and healthy living arrangement in which your family member will not just live, but live well. When you’re making a personal visit to an assisted living community, take every opportunity you have to ask questions about Alzheimer’s and memory care.