Enjoy Quality Senior and Assisted Living in Malden, MA
At Atria Maplewood Place, residents will find a friendly assisted living environment in a peaceful New England town. Residents are close to shopping, the theater, movies, places of worship, and Revere Beach, which enable a more fulfilling retirement living experience. Atria Maplewood Place combines the convenience of Massachusetts' city life with the comforts of country living.
Exceptional senior care, spacious senior housing and our devoted care staff set Atria Maplewood Place apart from other Massachusetts retirement living communities. The engaging environment and a focus on quality shapes this assisted living community into a second home.
Resident garden space
Community laundry service
Scheduled transportation to local appointments, errands and events
On-site parking for residents and guests
On-site sundries shop
Salon and barber shop
Nurses on call 24/7
Wellness center offering checkups and monitoring
Escort and transfer assistance available
Selection of floor plans
Kitchen or kitchenette
Emergency alert system
Housekeeping and linen services
Maintenance of apartment, community and grounds
A Message from Our Executive Director Frank Petras
Life at our community is tailored to the interests and desires of our residents. Here, seniors can live comfortably while taking advantage of opportunities they may not have had while staying at home alone. We take care of the cooking; we take care of the cleaning; we take care of the driving - that way, our residents can focus on doing what they love and choosing what they want to explore next. Welcome to a lifestyle that's full of possibilities. Welcome home.
And we’ll respond accordingly. After all, it’s insights from people like you that help us continue to improve the Atria experience for our residents, their families, our staff and those connected to our communities.
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A Second Family for Dad
My Dad was a resident at Atria for about eight months. Due to a medical condition, he had to move to another facility but he and our family wanted to...
My Dad was a resident at Atria for about eight months. Due to a medical condition, he had to move to another facility but he and our family wanted to express our thanks for all the support given to Dad and to us during his time at Atria. The staff at Atria are excellent. The aides became a second family for our Dad. They treated him with respect and friendship as he dealt with the challenges of his transition to an assisted living community. Sherry was especially good to Dad, but he liked the whole team and still speaks fondly of them today. The nurses, Lisa, Lori and Oleen, helped Dad and the whole family deal with the changes to Dad\'s medical condition and were caring and supportive as they guided us through some important decisions. One of Dad\'s favorite team members was Adam, who checked on Dad often and talked with him about sports and his beloved grandchildren. In summary we wanted to thank the staff at Atria for making Dad\'s Atria experience a very good one.
- John D., Former ResidentGreat Care, Great Food... Maplewood Delivers
I had my mom at Maplewood for several years and I have to say that Mom was extremely well cared for. We always enjoyed the food when we visited...
I had my mom at Maplewood for several years and I have to say that Mom was extremely well cared for. We always enjoyed the food when we visited and always felt that management was on top of things. It was a nice feeling to know that Mom was safe and that we could resume our normal lives without worry. Thank you, Maplewood.
- Phil M., Former ResidentFrom the Heart
Although I have had to recently move my mother out of Maplewood Place after three glorious years, I wanted to provide this bravo endorsement of all things Atria. The...
Although I have had to recently move my mother out of Maplewood Place after three glorious years, I wanted to provide this bravo endorsement of all things Atria. The three plus years spent at Maplewood have enriched our lives on so many different levels. Kudos to employees Jen Driscoll, Josie Bisek and all the staff who somehow managed to include every resident no matter what the skill level. To Jimmy Zammuto whose culinary skills are outstanding and whose staff bring joy to the table each day. Also Kudos to Frank and Roy who are doing a terrific job righting the ship after a loss of a number of key employees. Lauren at the front desk is a delight, and of course Larry is the most versatile employee I have witnessed to date. The nursing staff are top notch and caring.... I think you get the picture. We will be forever grateful for the time my mom spent at this community. Thank You!
- Debbie Sheppard, Family Member
Best Atria employee
Larry Tatum! He is wonderful with all residents, goes above and beyond every day, is the bus driver for all...I just can't say enough about Larry. He's the...
Larry Tatum! He is wonderful with all residents, goes above and beyond every day, is the bus driver for all...I just can't say enough about Larry. He's the best asset that Atria has.
- LZ, Family Member
Best van driver
We love Larry Tatum!! He is so good as a van driver and tries to please the residents. We enjoy the Mystery rides. He is the only one who takes...
We love Larry Tatum!! He is so good as a van driver and tries to please the residents. We enjoy the Mystery rides. He is the only one who takes us! We love him and hope he stays for a very long time. We could go on and on about him.
- Rose, Phyllis, Maria, Josie, Ginny and Helgar, Resident
There is one person at Atria Maplewood Place who stands above the rest in many activities. He is our Atria bus driver and a jack of all trades. When not...
There is one person at Atria Maplewood Place who stands above the rest in many activities. He is our Atria bus driver and a jack of all trades. When not transporting residents to doctor\s offices or hospitals, he secures his bus in our lot, and is now watering the great colorful flowers in some fifteen flower pots. Next he may help a new resident move in. Following that is a trip to a shopping center and food market, making sure all aboard have their emergency button and cord around their necks. He has already checked in 10 residents at the food market and the rest at the clothing store. An hour later, he counts heads again as he reloads the bus. Next stop: an ice cream counter and cones for all. A safe ride back to Atria and everyone is taken safely to their apartments. They had an enjoyable day and now a good night sleep. Larry parks the bus in its spot and wipes the windshield and all the windows. He is ready for another great day tomorrow!
- P.F., Resident
Kudos to Mercedes
Mercedes excels in attitude, service and humor....