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Value for cost
We had no issues during my husbands stay here and he was happy. I do think they could have provided more activities for the residents and stuck to the schedule that they had out. I found the staff were very helpful, especially the office staff. I would definitely recommend to others looking.
During the onboarding process, they were great and very cooperative. They seemed very interested in doing the right thing by my loved one. But once he was there, that was not the case. I don't think they were equipped to handle his combativeness. I would have rather had them be upfront and say they couldn't handle him rather than have us move in and then obviously they can't. He was a difficult patient, so it was not all their fault, but they certainly didn't help the situation.
The staff at Atria Lynbrook was more like family. They were attentive, caring and professional. Very patient and kind with all of the residents! They were the best!
We needed to place my father in a memory care unit quickly, as his condition was rapidly deteriorating. From our initial contact to onboarding to adjusting to a new environment, the Atria staff has been incredible! For a decision that can be very painful and traumatic, the entire staff was available, caring and supportive. I could not recommend the Atria Lynbrook more highly.
We have no complaints with how they are treating our loved one there. The community is going through some renovations on the outside but the inside of the community is very clean. He really loves being at the community and really enjoys the people who are personally taking care of him. Our loved ones room is a little smaller, and its right by a highway so can hear certain noises so we are not a fan of that.
When Mom required a Senior Living Community, Atria Lynbrook was our choice. However, about a year later Mom needed a higher level of care which was not yet available at the Atria. So she moved to a Memory Care Community not run by Atria. We were disappointed in the care and service and felt Mom was definitely not as comfortable. How happy were we to discover that earlier this year the Atria Lynbrook opened a Memory Care Community in their location. We immediately made arrangements for Mom to return. She seems much more settled and aware. We love the staff, the services and the attention to detail exhibited by every member of the Atria Lynbrook team. Keep up the great work!!!
Clean, brand new, and attentive staff! My mom has been very complimentary on everyone she has interacted with. She feels very happy, safe, and cared for! She loves the food too! We are so happy and relieved that we chose the right facility for her. It really feels like “home”!
I am a first grade teacher in Valley Stream, who has had the delight of working with the residents of The Atria Lynbrook for ten years. Together with [name removed], Atria's Engage Life Director, we have been planning and enjoying monthly visits for our Intergenerational Reading Program with my first grade students. The compassion and direction shown by [name removed] is extraordinary. As is the care by [name removed], who transports the residents in the most loving, caring manner. The residents light up when they enter my classroom...almost as much as my students. I have been teaching for more years than I care to admit, and these visits are by far, the highlight of my career. We have had the opportunity to visit The Atria, and have been greeted with warmth and enthusiasm. I can't rave enough about my impression of The Atria Lynbrook!
The community tries very hard to do everything they can for the residents. The food hasn't been great for my loved one and the menu isn't varied enough. The dining doesn't have bananas and yogurt at this time. The room is very comfortable for my loved one. The community is allowing virtual visits. The in-person visits is in the back of the community and it is separated by a glass door. This area is very noisy.
The staff at this community has treated my father very very well, that are all super close with the residents especially during quarantine. They are so friendly and extremely helpful. Atria Lynbrook just went through some renovations to get certain areas re-modeled. The value of this community is really good, and during COVID the staff members have been taking the residents outside for walks to keep them active and engaged.
My father was a new resident going straight to the memory care unit in early March, when it opened. It is a beautiful new facility. The care was amazing to the end, when he had hospice care and passed away (he didn't have COVID19). I cannot say enough about the professionalism and attentiveness that was given to my father during his time in Atria Lynbrook. The staff were so warm and loving to my father and to my sister and I.
This facility has ongoing renovation work. However, during my visit, the community was very inactive. I was provided adequate information but I did not get the feeling that it would be a good fit for my sister, coupled with the fact that it only has private rooms with a price range that is outside of my range.
Response from Atria LynbrookJanuary 13, 2020
We take pride in our quality service that Atria is known for, and it was a pleasure to show your family around Atria Lynbrook. I have shared your feedback with our Regional Vice President and Executive Director. If your family needs future support in your search for senior living, please don't hesitate to contact us.
The Atria Lynbrook is an attractive facility, and my mom has made friends and is more active than she was when living alone in her apartment. The activities are OK, though not that many residents participate in various field trips out. Most of her activities are games which she generally organizes herself. While the facility is clean and orderly, the food and dining hall is a major complaint. Continuous personnel changes takes its toll on the quality of the food and service, and many days, my mom simply can't find something decent to eat. For most elderly people, it is important to provide decent quality protein in their diet, but at the Atria Lynbrook, giant deserts (pie with whipped cream on top) seem to be their specialty instead of a decent piece of meat, poultry or fish.
Response from Atria LynbrookJanuary 15, 2019
Thank you for taking the time to bring your mom's experience to our attention. Your feedback is important to us. . If you’d like to personally talk more about your mom’s experience, you can directly email us at [removed].
Social worker [name removed] is always so helpful and pleasant.
Person (sales) who toured me and my family was very caring and informative. Everyone was friendly that we passed on tour. Very nice feeling.
My dad lived here and was well taken care of by the staff. Very caring and compassionate.
We are trying to work out some miscommunication on the sales persons part telling me that there were three registered nurses available for the residents and in reality that is not the case. My mother was having trouble with her breathing and they stated that by law they could only look at her and assess whether to call an ambulance or not. They would not check her blood pressure or take her temperature. They had me lift her by myself into a wheelchair and wheel her to her room. I and other residents witnessed an upsetting event where a man fell and they did not attempt to help him and just waited for the ambulance to arrive. Overall I rate it a four. The community is very clean and the food is good and the staff is very friendly. We chose this community based on the proximity to my family and it was cost effective, now I'm questioning my decision. This is a community for able bodied residents who need very little assistance and are well all of the time.
My love one has adjusted very well to this community. I'am comfortable with her move here, and pleased with all they have done for us. So far everything is working out great. The staff is wonderful. They take care of anything I ask of them, and they are very attentive towards my love one, and her needs. She really likes it, and this is a community I would recommend. It is a great facility.
The Atria Lynbrook is very clean and my mom's room is well maintained. All the staff is friendly, readily available and very professional. They answer all my questions. The food is excellent with a daily menu and a backup menu and they serve the right portions for seniors. There are a lot of routine activities, like bingo, exercise classes, along with arts and crafts but I feel they need to bring in more entertainment like music. I would definitely recommend Atria to my friends and family.
This is an older community and it just seemed dark. I did not like being in the elevator and some of the rooms are a strange shape. The community did not seem very active when I visited. The person that took me on tour was nice.
Response from Atria LynbrookMarch 22, 2017
Thanks for visiting our community. I'm sorry to hear that Atria Lynbrook wasn't the right fit. I encourage you to visit some of our nearby sister communities which have different layouts and floor plans. If you would like help setting up a tour, please email [removed] so we can help!
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