10 Cheshire Place, East Northport, NY 11731
Atria Senior Living is a leading operator of independent living, assisted living, supportive living and memory care communities in more than 185 locations in 25 states and 7 Canadian provinces....
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My father resided at Atria East Northport for less than 1 month. He was taken to the ER twice during this time. Once for a fall and the second (and last) time for a urinary tract infection that was nearly sepsis. This is a man who was hardly sick a day in his life. The staff at Atria did not seem to notice that there was a significant change in my father. No one was accountable for the lack of care that he received. It was unsafe and unsanitary. Soiled clothing left on the floor, food left on the floor after meals. No wipes on the entire unit. I wrote more than one letter to president of Atria, John Moore. Although corporate got back to me I never received the decency of a reply from him. The quality they claim on their website is very misleading. My father walked into Atria and after less than 4 weeks was carried out on a stretcher. He will never walk again. He is now in a nursing home. This is after my family was told by Greg that we would see "a spring in his step" after just a few weeks of being with memory care "experts". The aides were negligent and NO ONE checked on the residents. There were NO activities for residents on P2 other than meals. The TV was on constantly. If you are considering Atria East Northport as a residence for your loved one I urge you to visit the unit they will be on. P1 is very different from P2. My father was in P2 memory care. We were never shown P2 on tours. My mother now calls it "the forgotten floor". Leanne claims to visit several times each day. I was there at all different times of day and never saw any member of the staff other than the aides there. These dementia patients are left unsupervised because there is not enough staff to care for everyone. It is unacceptable. It was a devastating experience for my family. We will never recover and most importantly, my father will never recover.
Response from Atria East NorthportApril 1, 2014
I am so sorry to hear of your father’s decline in health. It can be very upsetting for everyone involved when a resident exceeds the level of care we provide. If you still have concerns you would like to discuss or feel we can be of further help to you and your family, please feel free to reach out via [removed], including “Atria East Northport” in your subject line. Please accept our sincerest sympathy for what you and your family are going through.
The building going under renovations. Did not think that staff to resident was a good fit for my mom. Prices higher than other assisted living facilities that I visted
Response from Atria East NorthportFebruary 26, 2015
Thank you for visiting our community and providing feedback. While we did not end up being a perfect fit for your mom at this time, please feel free to reach out via [removed] if we can be of further service to your family. We wish you the best!
You got to build a report with the staff and make sure you pay attention to the medicine given. make sure you're involved. They were always receptive to feedback. I would definitely recommend this community to others.Reviewed on SeniorAdvisor.com
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