321 North Highland Avenue, Ossining, NY 10562
Overlooking the Hudson River, surrounded by wooded groves, Atria on the Hudson, is the leading edge of luxury senior living in Ossining, New York. Our purpose-built community is not just a safe place to call home but an environment designed to nurture your health, wellness, and social engagement, all within a cozy, lodge-like setting. Also, under the Atria Senior Living banner, you can be sure you’re in trusted hands as we are a leading name in senior living communities. With 200 locations in 28 states and seven Canadian provinces, we understand senior needs. With a wide care spectrum based in holistic and natural living, we offer everything from independent, assisted, and even memory care services. We also welcome your pets! For more information, contact an advisor at A Place for Mom and see what peace of mind we can offer you.
Professional and trained staff is available all hours to discreetly assist with any care needs. We offer various levels of personal and medical care services as well as Alzheimer's and memory care services. Through our progressive, person-centered Life Guidance® memory care program, we provide an active lifestyle of scheduled activities, clubs, classes, and entertainment both on and...
Total monthly costs depend on room type, select services, and the level of care needed.
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Atria on the Hudson was a very lovely place. We ended up choosing a different community because the apartments there were a little bit bigger, and it was really close to my house. We didn't experience anything negative at Atria on the Hudson. We just had a stronger preference for another place. Sometimes you just go with your gut. But I would definitely tell people to come check them out!
We looked at several communities. This was another nice place, a little older, with lots of nice grounds and a pool. Based on our tour, we found Atria on the Hudson to be really high quality.
It is extremely pricey. While the services are excellent, it's potentially budget-busting if your family member is going to be there for an extended stay. You certainly get a high level of service for what you pay. The residents' rooms are quite good. My loved one is in a 1-bedroom apartment. My only issue has been with the heating/air conditioning system - it's pretty archaic and inconsistent. It seems like a small thing, but It's actually really important to keep the thermostat regulated for older people, especially when dementia is involved. It just surprised me that in an overall newer facility, the HVAC units are this way (needing to be adjusted often to maintain comfort). The rest of the facility is great - there's nothing old or rundown, and that's part of why we selected this community. The food took a little dip in quality due to Covid, but they just returned to restaurant dining, and my loved one has noticed a big improvement, not just in quality but also in agency - she gets more menu selection. And that's been very beneficial with appetite issues related to dementia. I think they've done a terrific job handling the pandemic. They've done a wonderful job of keeping the residents safe - I would give them 6 stars out of 5 for that if I could. I feel like they're offering a lot of activities as well.
I loved Atria On The Hudson. I can see mom being very happy here. [name removed] was excellent and was very helpful.
From looking at the outside of the community and the lobby it seems to be pretty clean. From speaking with our loved one he says the food the serve is okay.
Atria On The Hudson Ossining is wonderful ! The staff is warm and friendly. The overall atmosphere is cheerful and family-like. Not to mention that they take cleanliness to a whole new level. I couldn't imagine a better place for a family member to live and be cared for !
During these very trying Covid times, where any true socializing amongst residents is impossible, the staff at Atria-On-Hudson has done their very best to keep residents engaged--bringing various activities to residents' rooms daily, but most importantly making residents feel loved and cared for...A huge thank-you from Mom and me!!????
As far as I’m concerned everything is going well. The food is fine; I have no complaints. The staff is very polite. They answer the questions I have and if they don’t know the answer they get back to me. Since I came here almost a year ago I have no complaints and have a very peaceful stay here.
We chose Atria on the Hudson because of the location and the facility space/layout and setting. The room sizes here are a little above adequate, they have more space than I saw in some other places we looked into. She says the food here is excellent, they have a chef that prepares the meal on site. The best part about the community so far has been the urgency to ensure the residents are protected against COVID. They have been diligent and on top of their game and have pretty much been COVID free. I would recommend the community.
Before COVID the had movie nights, concerts, bingo, lectures, swimming pool and a fitness center. They would take trips to go shopping and go to different restaurant. It reminds us of a hotel resort atmosphere. The food at this community is slightly above average. We are very impressed with the social work department there, her response to our loved ones needs are great. They really go above and beyond to facilitate the best circumstances.
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