Most Atria communities offer independent living, assisted living and memory care services, so we can accommodate individual care needs.
Learn more about retirement planning and evaluate the cost of senior living communities with helpful financial planning resources and solutions.
Sandwich Generation caregivers are people over the age of 40 who simultaneously support their own children while caring for an aging family member.
Sending a child to college is bittersweet; pride swells alongside the pain of letting go. There’s so much to decide, plan, purchase and pack. Helping a son or daughter select the right school and prepare for the move is a milestone not to be missed.
But what about Mom? While parents ready their college-bound child, who makes sure an aging family member eats right and takes their medications? (more…)
Use Atria’s Affordability Calculator to compare senior living expenses with the cost of living at home alone.
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…)
These family resources for senior living are helpful for families and older adults who are seeking more information about senior living.
Use these helpful downloads and tools for more information about senior living.
Atria assisted living services allow older adults to live more independently, while enjoying all the physical and emotional benefits of community.
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.