An overview of assisted living, how it differs from other senior living options and the qualities that you should look for in an assisted living community.
When you’re making a decision to move your mom or dad into a senior living community, the challenges in front of you can seem insurmountable. There is certainly no shortage of questions and confusion; this, in conjunction with the emotional factors that weigh on your mind, make the ideal path unclear.
Atria assisted living services allow older adults to live more independently, while enjoying all the physical and emotional benefits of community.
This transition checklist can make moving to assisted living a lot easier. Read about the options on Atria Senior Living's Blog, Wit and Wisdom.
Making the decision to move oneself or a loved one to an assisted living community is difficult. It is not a decision to be made lightly. For those who need just a little assistance with day-to-day activities, moving to assisted living may be the best option. (more…)
It is important to understand the differences between assisted living and independent living services when selecting a senior living community.
Navigating the landscape of choice for your family member’s care can be confusing and frustrating. As a caregiver, your mind is full of worry, guilt and even agitation.
Assisted Living - Memory Care Innovation and Trends. Learn more about Atria Senior Living’s Memory Care and Assisted Living Communities Today!
Today’s seniors are in the driver seat, steering innovative trends in assisted living and memory care in the senior living industry.
Atria Senior Living announced this week the results of a recent six-month study conducted in conjunction with the International Longevity Center.
Assisted living decision-making is difficult. Learn how to determine when the time is right and more on Atria Senior Living’s Assisted Living communities.
Making the decision to move your family member into an assisted living community isn't easy in any sense of the word. Older adults and their families face many doubts as they determine when the time is right to get extra help. (more…)
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.
Independent living residents enjoy a simplified lifestyle free from chores and home maintenance, while benefiting from a vibrant social setting.
An upscale senior living community in Barnstable County, Atria Woodbriar offers assisted living and memory care services for seniors.