Atria Hamilton Heights

One Hamilton Heights Drive West Hartford CT 06119

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Conveniently located in West Hartford, Connecticut, near the dining and shopping of Blue Back Square, Atria Hamilton Heights provides a luxurious lifestyle in one of New England's finest neighborhoods. Our community offers daily opportunities for older adults to stay active, including movie nights in our theater, outings to the local symphony and casinos, and friendly strolls with our walking club. Our community's rich heritage dates back to the 1800s, when our building was privately owned before becoming a Catholic school in 1906. Today, our baroque furnishings, marble columns and stained glass windows inspire fond memories for many residents who once attended class here. At Atria Hamilton Heights, we go to great lengths to ensure a fulfilling lifestyle. Our 24-hour staff is available to provide discreet assistance with residents' requests, and we also offer our Life Guidance memory care neighborhood for residents with Alzheimer's and other memory impairments.

Atria Senior Living is a leading operator of independent living, assisted living, supportive living and memory care communities in more than 200 locations in 26 states and seven Canadian provinces. Atria communities are home to more than 23,000 seniors and employ more than 14,000 people.

Pricing at Atria Hamilton Heights

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Studio
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1 Bedroom
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2 Bedrooms
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Semi-Private
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*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.

Reviews of Atria Hamilton Heights

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(14) A Place For Mom
(13) SeniorAdvisor.com
  • Lovely, large facility; however, apartments were too small for me. [name removed] was wonderful guide and very helpful, and they are obviously in close touch with the occupants.

    Review originally written on A Place For Mom

    Lovely, large facility; however, apartments were too small for me. [name removed] was wonderful guide and very helpful, and they are obviously in close touch with the occupants.

  • Very nice visit and [name removed] that we met with was very pleasant and informative and she connected with us. The place is beautiful, clean and big but with a smaller community of residents.

    Review originally written on A Place For Mom

    Very nice visit and [name removed] that we met with was very pleasant and informative and she connected with us. The place is beautiful, clean and big but with a smaller community of residents.

  • Would not recommend this place. No real concern for the elderly, money driven. They prey upon your "what's best for Mom" emotions and try to make it sound like they care. They don't. I feel this industry really needs to be more regulated. You'll get that same gut feeling, and trust me, your gut feelings are correct. This is how the 2 week respite went. Pressured driven sales tactics, Trying to get you to sign agreements for longer than you want prior to moving in, the old bait and switch. Poor follow up and follow through. My Mom needed an ottoman for an open wound she had on her leg and it was very important for her to keep it elevated. The Executive Director, who met us upon arrival and showed her to her room said he would get her one that night before he left. He was cordial, affable, and courteous. That was Thursday. When I came back on Monday, she still didn't have one. He never got it- I had to go out and get it. This was the FIRST day - and he is the guy running the place. His response - "Oh, I'm sorry". Not enough staff on. This place is big and getting around is very difficult. No signs anywhere. It's ridiculous. Elevators go to different parts of the complex, some go to the third floor, some don't. My mother was lost multiple times because of this. No one around to help her find her way led to frustration, crying and defecating in her clothes because she couldn't find her way to her room or get help. After the 3rd day, she wanted to come home. Since I paid up front for the 2 weeks, I asked her to please stay. After her release, they sent in home health care for follow ups. At this point, our family had spoken to and convinced our Mom to give it another try for a longer period of time. She said she would give it another chance. So, a few days before she was to go back, the home care worker from Atria told her "once you leave your home to go to Hamilton House, you're never coming back to your home". That threat scared my mother into not wanting to go. And as my mother put it, "if she said it once, she said it 50 times, your never coming back to your home". This representation of Hamilton House scared my mother into not going. So when I contacted the Executive Director and told him about this, I gave him my Moms number so he could talk to her, reassure her... whatever he needed to do to convince her to come back. My mother said to me "why would I believe him" referencing to his lack of follow through in her respite stay. He did apologize and say that he was sorry for the whole incident. A month later, I was sent a bill for $11,000 for time not spent at this place. I've called and emailed multiple times with no response. Think twice before you consider this place.

    Review originally written on A Place For Mom

    Would not recommend this place. No real concern for the elderly, money driven. They prey upon your "what's best for Mom" emotions and try to make it sound like they care. They don't. I feel this industry really needs to be more regulated. You'll get that same gut feeling, and trust me, your gut feelings are correct. This is how the 2 week respite went. Pressured driven sales tactics, Trying to get you to sign agreements for longer than you want prior to moving in, the old bait and switch. Poor follow up and follow through. My Mom needed an ottoman for an open wound she had on her leg and it was very important for her to keep it elevated. The Executive Director, who met us upon arrival and showed her to her room said he would get her one that night before he left. He was cordial, affable, and courteous. That was Thursday. When I came back on Monday, she still didn't have one. He never got it- I had to go out and get it. This was the FIRST day - and he is the guy running the place. His response - "Oh, I'm sorry". Not enough staff on. This place is big and getting around is very difficult. No signs anywhere. It's ridiculous. Elevators go to different parts of the complex, some go to the third floor, some don't. My mother was lost multiple times because of this. No one around to help her find her way led to frustration, crying and defecating in her clothes because she couldn't find her way to her room or get help. After the 3rd day, she wanted to come home. Since I paid up front for the 2 weeks, I asked her to please stay. After her release, they sent in home health care for follow ups. At this point, our family had spoken to and convinced our Mom to give it another try for a longer period of time. She said she would give it another chance. So, a few days before she was to go back, the home care worker from Atria told her "once you leave your home to go to Hamilton House, you're never coming back to your home". That threat scared my mother into not wanting to go. And as my mother put it, "if she said it once, she said it 50 times, your never coming back to your home". This representation of Hamilton House scared my mother into not going. So when I contacted the Executive Director and told him about this, I gave him my Moms number so he could talk to her, reassure her... whatever he needed to do to convince her to come back. My mother said to me "why would I believe him" referencing to his lack of follow through in her respite stay. He did apologize and say that he was sorry for the whole incident. A month later, I was sent a bill for $11,000 for time not spent at this place. I've called and emailed multiple times with no response. Think twice before you consider this place.

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