1901 Plymouth Road, Ann Arbor, MI 48105
Atria Park of Ann Arbor senior living in Ann Arbor, Michigan provides older adults with an active lifestyle filled with daily opportunities for personal growth and connecting with others. Sit on our wraparound porch and take in the sites of our beautifully landscaped grounds with walking paths and even a private lake. Inside, you'll find comfortable amenities and an abundance of inviting common spaces designed just like home and dining venues for joyful gatherings with neighbors. We are conveniently located just across from the University of Michigan's North Campus, for our academic-minded residents, and only minutes from downtown. We also welcome your pets! Contact an advisor at A Place for Mom and see what peace of mind we can offer you.
With discreet, personalized support from a 24-hour staff, residents can live more independently. Concierge services are also available to help you organize your day. For individuals with Alzheimer's or other forms of dementia, Atria Park of Ann Arbor offers Life GuidanceⓇ innovative, person-centered memory care in a secure, structured environment. Residents also take part in off-site excursions, enjoying the wealth of cultural, entertainment, dining and shopping venues in and around the area. Fitness is valued here...
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.
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Love rooms, environment, dislike interdepartmental lack of communication. Residents, caregivers, chef-cook. Good and not good items and problems
Our virtual tour was very good. Of course in-person is always better, but they did a good job with the virtual format. The staff were very helpful. Atria Park of Ann Arbor was in our top two choices, but another place had a couple of things Atria didn't: 1) a memory care unit that was downstairs, so we could do window visits during Covid, and 2) physical therapy on-site. Those were the main reasons we didn't chose Atria.
From our understanding our loved one is enjoying the meals and the activities are starting to slowly open back up. Right now the value for cost is good and we would recommend this community to others.
It depends on the diagnosis of your loved one. If you go with the flow and everything is good the program will work fine. If you have anything that doesn't fit their program they keep charging you for more services; without addressing the issues at hand. They aren't prepared for different issues, and they weren't prepared for the memory care residents. It is a beautiful community.
Our experience has been really good so far and the staff members have been really friendly. I am on the independent living side and everything has been really good, and another loved one is on the memory care side and from what we can see they are being very well taken care of. The food is really good, and the quality is really good. However it could be served a little warmer at times and the service and be a little slow and inconsistent.
We chose Atria Park of Ann Arbor because we were in a hurry and they were the first ones to call back and they had availability. I went to look at it and I took a video and showed my mom, she said that it looked like she would be comfortable there. the convenience of the location was great for our family as well. The location is easy access and close to restaurants. She was on the first floor and her room size was adequate for what her needs were. I would highly recommend them.
I have not been able to visit due to covid
Atria Park has been great and we have really enjoyed her experience here so far. The only thing that we are not excited about is the price increase. I think their food for memory care residents could use improvement, it doesn't seem like they have very many fresh, nutritious options and they do not have a lot of variety. Overall I do think it is a good place and if I was in my moms position, I would like living here.
This place is gorgeous, clean, the residents look happy. The staff seems happy and engaged. I am seriously looking at this place for my dad.
Response from Atria Park of Ann ArborApril 5, 2019
Thank you visiting us at Atria Park of Ann Arbor. It is our pleasure to serve our residents each day with excellence. If we can support you in answering other questions, please feel free to contact our Community Sales Director.
Beautiful setting, exterior and interior. Their offerings for Assisted Living seem to be more geared for someone with less impairment than my Mom and their Memory Care seems geared to people more impaired than my Mom. She is falling into "the great in between" right now. The price is good, the apartments were lovely.
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