When your family makes the move to Atria, you’ll lock in the current rental rate until January 1, 2020.*
*Offer valid on select apartments for move-in by September 30, 2018.
Assisted Living and Memory Care in Stamford, CT
Located in a high-rise building in downtown Stamford – with spectacular views of Long Island Sound – Atria Stamford is a vibrant community offering older adults the benefits of a simplified lifestyle.
Here, residents can maintain their active lifestyle and find greater well-being. We take care of the cooking, cleaning and transportation, leaving residents more time to pursue their passions – or discover new ones. With discreet care available 24/7 and a calendar full of engaging events, each day brings peace of mind and new opportunities for fun, fitness and creativity.
Life Guidance® Memory Care
To better serve the growing needs of those living with Alzheimer's and other forms dementia, Atria Stamford has expanded our Life Guidance memory care neighborhood. In addition to a welcoming, social environment, forward-thinking programs and individualized care from a specially trained staff, the new space features 14 brand-new apartments and a new dining and events space.
Kosher dining options
Resident garden space
Community laundry service
Town car service
Scheduled transportation to local appointments, errands and events
Wi-Fi in common areas
On-site parking for residents and guests
Garage parking for residents and guests
Full-service salon and spa offering styling, manicure and pedicure services
Physical therapy room
Alzheimer's and dementia support group
Emergency alert pendant or wristband
Nurses on call 24/7
Wellness center offering checkups and monitoring
Selection of floor plans
Balcony or patio
Individual thermostat control
Housekeeping and linen services
Maintenance of apartment, community and grounds
A Message from Our Executive Director Kristin Winbigler
Something that sets Atria Stamford apart is our whole-person approach to well-being. It's the reason why so many people choose our community. We know that staying active and engaged is key to aging well, and our top priority is to offer residents daily opportunities to express their creativity, pursue their goals and connect with others. Stop by today for a visit and see for yourself. We look forward to welcoming you.
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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Many times I find myself helping families with parents struggling at home. Once they join our community they regain quality of life that their children haven't seen in some...
Many times I find myself helping families with parents struggling at home. Once they join our community they regain quality of life that their children haven't seen in some time. It gives me great pleasure working here guiding people through difficult decisions and making a positive difference.
- Barbara Davis, EmployeeOde to Atria Drivers
Our Main Man is Joel, our shepherding star.On weekdays he drives the big bus and black car. He drives us through town but not chauffeur as far as Stamford\'s gigantic,...
Our Main Man is Joel, our shepherding star.On weekdays he drives the big bus and black car. He drives us through town but not chauffeur as far as Stamford\'s gigantic, tree-lined reservoir.Joel schedules his chores to an accurate mile,to doctors, food stores, manicures or hair style. We tour country scenes for an afternoon ride. Come Sundays LaGene is our Scenic Tour Guide. Louis, on Saturdays or Director Frank escorts folks to Temple, to shops or a bank. Anne helps LaGene Sundays to churches folks know. Frank\'s drives us to museums, to dine or live show. Three cheers to our drivers who fill each new day,Who offer their trust as we ride on our way. We\'re buckled in bus rows to stretch, kvetch or laugh in warm hands of heroes from Atria\'s staff.Epilogue At night I don\'t drive home alone anymore,nor pump short, gas hose at a convenience store. One thing\'s out of order that\'s weird and bizarre. My college granddaughter now owns my new car! Zelda Zieselman, January, 2016
- Zelda Z., ResidentThe recent holidays
One of Atria's most severe critics commented yesterday :"Isn't this place wonderful: putting together the High Holiday activity?" I mentioned Rae (resident) who I think provided the ...
One of Atria's most severe critics commented yesterday :"Isn't this place wonderful: putting together the High Holiday activity?" I mentioned Rae (resident) who I think provided the DVD's of one Temple services. She acknowledged Rae, but gave the most important credit to Activities (Engage Life). So I am passing this along to you. Charlie and I enjoyed the 2 day High Holiday observance at Atria. Even the Dining Room staff seemed especially respectful. The first night, we joined Janet and Stanley, also Allen for dinner, which was lovely. And last night, (My family) Barbara and Paul and Michael and Thomas were here to "Break Fast." The special respect may have to do, I think, also, with the Pope being in the USA! I recall when John Paul II was in New York: there was a quiet decorum on the buses and city streets. So here's to whatever it does to help us be more respectful and care more about our fellow travelers in the world! All best to you and your family..and thanks to You and Activities, and resident Rae!