The name Atria represents a trusted industry leader in senior living communities. With Atria Bethlehem senior living in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, you will receive support from a management team with nearly 70 years combined experience. From independent seniors to those who require a little extra, we cater to your needs with a healthy balance between your independence and safety. We also welcome pets! Contact an advisor at A Place for Mom and see what peace of mind Atria Bethlehem can offer you.
We provide qualified nurses on-site and professional staff available around the clock for resident medical service needs. Three, chef-prepared meals plus snacks are provided in our swanky dining rooms and cozy cafe. Our community is designed with comfortable, well-styled, interiors reminiscent of a refined, country home where lounges and leisure areas invite you to relax or recreate with friends. Take a fitness class and recoup in our physical therapy room for a healthy start to your day. Our cute, outside patios make outdoor parties and BBQs easy. Scheduled on-site and off-site activities with transportation keep residents entertained, like off-site evenings out at the local Pines Dinner Theatre. At Atria Bethlehem, we are not just senior living, we...
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The people are nice. My loved one was not there to long but they helped my loved one where help was needed . I would recommend based of of what they did and provided for my loved one . The staff and everyone were very friendly and very helpful. We felt that our loved one was safe and well cared for.
Initially described as the Cadillac of senior living, the experience has been less than stellar. Understaffed, very few activities, workers seem overworked, underpaid, and frustrated. As covid winds down, we hope it improves considerably. For what we pay we expect more.
Our family had a virtual experience, and it was nice but the community was just way out of our price range.
Atria was a very nice, beautiful facility, from the carpeting, to the flowers, to all the décor. They had a billiard room, and lots of other things our loved one wouldn't have taken advantage of. It was just too upscale for him. He’s just a basic guy, who doesn’t dress up for dinner. And it’s not what a place looks like, it’s the care that counts. Our virtual tour was very good, and my only criticism is I felt they were pushing a little bit, which was off-putting. They’ve called a few times to follow up, but we're very happy with the decision we made.
The staff was very accommodating with my loved one. Communication between the staff and our family was good and they kept us well informed and up to date. I would recommend this community to others based on my experience.
Atria is a beautiful place, nice rooms and very clean and we do know covid had a big impact, but we felt that they did the whole bait and switch thing. They said it was cheap, great value and there maybe be small extra fees depending on the levels of care but that was not the case. Our loved one had a significant fall and needed to go to the hospital. While they were there we were getting nursing bills, and cable bills even though they were not at the facility.
We chose Atria Bethlehem because she needed care but I wanted her to be someplace nice and Atria seemed to be the best fit for her at this time. They have been really good with communication and updating me. She loves the meals here and they are chef prepared. It is a very expensive facility. My mom has only been here a few months but she seems to be enjoying it.
Our loved one was there for two years, Atria has their own nursing staff, they have more care services to provide and more levels of care. The nursing staff at this community is very caring and are always there when you need them. The one thing we didn't like about Atria was the food and rent. The rent was sky high and the food was yucky. They could do a little bit better at cleaning the community. The staff members are excellent. The rent was way more then what it was worth. The activities were excellent! It is like a 1940's population with an upbeat attitude.
The experience at Atria exceeded our expectations! Thank you to the wonderful people we worked with us to make this a reality for our family member. There is a ton of paperwork wherever you go but the assistance and guidance was above par. The facility is beautiful and clean with many smiling faces as you walk through the campus.
I would invite my friends to come to this community. The food is lousy right now, before COVID the food was wonderful. They are delivering meals to our rooms instead of us using the dining room. The activities currently include: walking, horse racing, and bingo. There were prior activities all the time.
We chose Atria Bethlehem because of the price, and it was close to my brother so the location. The room sizes are average compared to the other facilities we saw. It is not overly spacious but not a shoe box. We ate here before the pandemic and we thought the food was fine! My favorite part about the community is the ambiance that they portray when you walk into the facility, they are very welcoming. I have also enjoyed the the staff members, they are very personable, friendly, and helpful.
I would want people who are looking into Atria to know that it is a nice looking facility. Most of the staff members are very nice here. I am having some issues with the lead nurse, I do not get called back after I call her which that is very important to me. The room sizes are good compared to some other places we have seen. The food is fine from what I have seen. I would recommend this facility with reservations.
The community is expensive. My mom wants to stay in her room and be left alone. They do have poker and happy hour a few times a month. They also run buses to local stores and restaurants. The community had a little while between chefs. The servers were cooking the food during this time.
Viewed a prerecorded tour. Place looked beautiful and lots of activity (may have been recorded pre-covid) Lots of things to do. The prerecorded tour is great, because I can share it with my sister on the west coast who works full-time
The community is always very clean. Each of the staff know all the residents' and families' names. The care is good as well. The food is a little substandard right now because of the Covid-19 pandemic and community lock down. Prior to that, the food was good. My mother doesn't partake in too many of the activities, although they are available for the other residents. I wish they would engage her more a little more in the activities. Definitely a good value for the price.
My mother has been a resident for about 5 years. My chief complaint is regarding the food. As expensive as this place is, it definitely not worth it. The county home has better food and better portions. My mother should be on a low sodium diet and they offer ham a few times a week as one of the choices. The alternatives are often sandwiches, but are never given the choice of bread, ie. Whole wheat or rye as opposed to white bread. She doesn't like white bread so she chooses the ham. I never hear tossed salad as an option . The main vegetable is broccoli which she doesn't care for. What about peas, limas, green beans, corn and salad greens? Most of the staff is pleasant, but often newer staff is poorly trained. It's not supposed to be a place for Alzheimers patients, but they are constantly accepted. Would not recommend this facility except for a few amazing staff.
Apt. a bit small but very nice; like escalating care aspect; price for independent living was higher than other places (but was then offered a reduction); sense of community was good; staff I met are wonderful
I'm glad this facility is working for my dad. The friendly staff have helped him to settle in and adjust. Their patience and attention to detail has been quite helpful. I'm glad we had this choice to make!
Atria was very large, clean and well kept; the staff seemed interested in the well-being of the residents.
My mother has been at Atria for about 1 month and in the short time she has been there, I already see major positive changes. Her outlook on life has improved 100%! She smiles, she laughs! I am very happy that she is doing so well there. She has made friends and enjoys the events they have.
Response from Atria BethlehemFebruary 20, 2019
Catherine, We're thrilled to read that your mother is happy at Atria Bethlehem. It's our pleasure to serve your mother and all of our residents each and every day. Thank you for sharing your kind compliments.
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