300 Mill Rose Court, Slingerlands, NY 12159
Atria is a trusted name in senior living. Atria understands what seniors and their families need to feel safe and at home. We aim to address your needs discreetly while always supporting your independence. Atria Guilderland is our scenic upstate New York location, where residents enjoy the warmth of our community in the center of a green and magical park-like setting with walkways and benches. Our homey interiors are reminiscent of a welcoming lodge, with plenty of places to sit back and enjoy life, while we provide eventful days and great food. We also welcome pets! Contact an advisor at A Place for Mom, and see what peace of mind Atria Guilderland can offer you.
Our tenured, professional staff is present around the clock to address resident needs in a patient and compassionate way. From simple assisted living services to more advanced memory care needs, we offer plans to suit your personal and medical service preferences. Our memory care unit is centered around progressive, person-centered cognitive care with specialized staff and secured spaces. Three chef-inspired meals and snacks are available daily in our inviting dining area, and we also offer private dining rooms. Over 200 educational, social, and...
Total monthly costs depend on room type, select services, and the level of care needed.
Base fees by room type
*Prices quoted are monthly rental charges and are provided by the communities themselves. Actual prices may differ due to one-time fees, timing and care services required. Speak with your Senior Living Advisor to learn more.
Ask an A Place for Mom advisor at no cost.(866) 819-9754
Meals & dining
Value for cost
Tour was very well organized and informative. Facility is very clean, modern and accessible for seniors requiring help. [name removed] was very well informed and was able to answer all of my (many) questions.
This community is a fine place to be. They have activities and the community is clean and attractive and I would recommend this community to others
Care was good at first but went downhill. Care plan was put in place for safety concerns but was not followed resulting in several injuries and ER trips. Atria never took responsibility and sited staff shortage and placed responsibility on the person with dementia. Communication with the family also was lacking.
I would say don't go there. There was poor nursing care, inattentive staff, medical errors, and medicine errors. The paperwork was ridiculous, and I couldn't leave a voicemail for anyone. I wouldn't send my dog to them. The nurse supposedly that is on staff there, she is on call for the entire country. They only have LPN's and no RN like advertised.
The food is not good and by the time they get it to your room it is always cold. There are few activities and the ones scheduled are frequently cancelled. Usually they get cancelled because staff did not show up to work. The only good thing is that it is near a Stewarts so you can get something decent to eat there.
You are basically alone in your room 24 - 7. Cold food is delivered with a small cup of soda for a beverage (coffee in the AM - cold). It is awful. There used to be activities but they were slowly eliminated. It is isolation.
The common areas of the community were very well maintained. They only came in to clean the resident rooms once a week and I didn't feel like they did a very good job with that; it seemed like they were doing the bare minimum. The staff was friendly, however when my mother needed medical assistance, they seemed quick to determine that she was no longer a good fit for the community. Until the Covid-19 pandemic, mother was enjoying the activities they had to offer and the food from the dinning room. Atria is pretty expensive, however it seems comparable to other communities in the area.
Care services were not good. No daily activities. They were very understaffed. Staff were honest and wanted to do more.They had no activities whatsoever for the memory care residents to do. They never went on any outings or left the locked unit. Unit is too small. Does not smell good.
Atria is a beautiful facility and very well kept. We were given an in depth tour and got to see residents enjoying some of the many activities and programs offered. A satisfying experience.
Three family members went to tour this facility for my uncle's continued care Enhanced Assisted Living. We were very impressed with the facility and it's amenities, esp. as the Community Sales Director, [name removed] gave us incredible feedback on their care services. Great tour with view of different levels of accommodations.
The features and amenities that are displayed on this page contain marketing information provided by the community. A Place for Mom has not confirmed the completeness of the provided information, and cannot guarantee its accuracy.
To conduct a complete investigation, seniors and their families should:
If you become aware of any information that should be updated or noted, please contact A Place for Mom.
A Place for Mom uses the term “assisted living” to indicate that the community provides some level of assistance with daily living activities. It does not indicate that the facility meets official state requirements for level of care.