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…)
Answers to frequently asked questions about Atria Senior Living, including services, cost, policies, dining, activities, care, safety and more.
At Atria Senior Living, everything we do is driven by quality. To deliver that promise, we created the Quality Enhancement program to ensure that every aspect of community living is up to our standards.
At Atria Senior Living, everything we do is driven by quality. Our number one goal is to make the best possible life for our residents. To deliver on that promise, we created the Quality Enhancement program to ensure every aspect of life at our communities meets the highest standards in the industry. Sheela Stevens, EVP Quality Officer, has long been a pioneer in our unique, industry-leading approach to quality. We sat down with her to learn more about Atria’s Quality Enhancement program and the role it plays in our communities.
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.
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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.
Successful senior living communities are designing spaces that encourage a social lifestyle and help older adults stay connected with their families.
When an older adult is considering moving into a senior living community, we often hear that they are worried about giving up their independence. Understandably, they want the same amenities, freedom and access to technology they’ve always had. With this also comes the desire for a continued deep connection with their family. (more…)
Learn more about questions to ask when evaluating Alzheimer’s and memory care services at senior living communities.
Part 3: Staff Training & Education
If you’re considering care for a family member who is living with the challenges of Alzheimer’s or other forms of dementia, one of the most important factors to consider is the training and education provided to their caregivers. (more…)
Today’s older adults look for a good balance of activity and rest and want to continue living engaged and fulfilling lives, even as they age.
The term “retirement” will certainly take on a new meaning over the next couple of decades. Active aging is fast becoming the norm among baby boomers as they seek to continue living engaged and fulfilling lives, even as they age. Whereas past generations wanted to transition from a life of work to a life of leisure, today’s older adults look for a good balance of activity and rest. And they want to try new things, just as they have their whole lives. In short, they want retirement to be as active, engaging and enthralling as their pre-retirement lives. (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.