8350 Fair Oaks Blvd, Carmichael, CA 95608
Atria Carmichael Oaks is a thoughtfully designed community, with lovely surroundings, personal service options, and just the right amount of support to live independently. Tree-lined outdoor areas are alive with color and beauty. Huge picture windows cast natural light indoors, and spacious common areas encourage residents to gather with friends and neighbors. Spaces are all designed with well-being in mind.
Here, residents can choose from several distinctive apartment floor plans and three living options, all tailored to the distinctive needs of each resident. With independent living, assisted living, or Life Guidance memory care service options available, we’re sure you’ll find where you fit in our continuum of care.
Atria Carmichael Oaks fosters an active atmosphere where health and well-being is nurtured across every aspect of residents’ lives. We maintain amenities and services that support all around wellness — physically, with nutritious meals and fitness programs, intellectually with a myriad of creative projects and communal activities, and socially with regularly planned outings, organized activities, and intergenerational events.
With our calendar filled with plenty to do, we curate an exceptional senior living experience for all of our residents. Whether sharing a gourmet dinner with friends, tracing family history in a...
Total monthly costs depend on room type, select services, and the level of care needed.
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Our loved one felt that this facility was too stuffy. It was just not the right fit for what she was wanting.
Right now I would tell others the community need a boiler, and we don't have enough hot water. The food is okay, it is very repetitious though.
I chose Atria Carmichael because I needed more care than I was able to do on my own and they were able to help here. The studio apartment is a lot smaller than I thought that it was going be, so I moved to a 1 bedroom. The meals here are good, we get to choose off of a menu and they are chef prepared. There is a lot of friendly residents here for people who want to socialize. I would recommend to others looking to check it out.
They are really short staffed at this moment in time. My loved one complains constantly about the food. I would tell others that besides being short staffed and them having training issues. It is a lovely and wonderful place. I'm happy that my loved ones are here.
The community seems to be well taken care of, and we were able to eat a few meals with our loved one there. Overall the food was pretty good and he enjoyed it at first, but as time went on there was not a wide enough of a variety so it was repetitive. We do wish during the pandemic they would of made more of an effort to engage the residents in some kind of activities so they did not feel so isolated. However we were very excited when we found the facility, it just had a really good vibe to it.
My step-father has had no complaints so far. I have had very little interaction with the staff or facility because of covid since we cannot go inside, but overall they have seemed to be friendly and helpful. I have been appreciative that they have been very conscientious of the covid situation, they tested everyone every week and they have access to the vaccines. They put out a newsletter to residents and he forwards them to me, so they keep everyone well informed. I would tell others that everyone has to find a place that works for them, but based on our experience, I would recommend them.
They have been very strong on their covid protocols, and due to covid our loved one is still mostly eating her meals in her room but she enjoys them. The quality of care we are paying for is putting myself and my families mind at ease, knowing our loved one is being well looked after, we really appreciate it.
I chose Atria because it was in my price range and I was delighted that the apartment I got was very roomy but was actually the smallest one available. There are lots of activities and something is going on everyday for people to participate in. It is a very pleasant place, everybody if nice to everybody. If I have any complaints or issues it is fixed within 48 hours. I would recommend to others looking.
Atria Carmichael Oaks is a very well managed Senior Living Community. The entire staff are exceptional, dedicated, hard working employees who are respectful, kind, thoughtful, dependable, helpful and compassionate. The amenities are excellent- food, activities, housekeeping, a chauffeur to drive you to appointments, and the rooms and apartments are of ample size. The very best part are the wonderful friendships that are developed and nurtured. In a nutshell, it's a great place to live!!
I can rest assured now my grandma is living in a very nice senior community and a big thanks to the staff for the great care one on one care they give her and nice to know she's socializing again, she was lonely living at home alone and since she's made friends already I can hear the joy in her voice of how happy she is. She was nervous about moving from her home, but now she's glad she made the move and she doesn't have to cook or grocery shop anymore as her meal are provided and housekeeping too......on and you can get your hair styled and set too, you don't have to leave. Thank you to you all for caring and caring for my grandma.
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