1545 Pleasant Hill Road, Lafayette, CA 94549
Atria Senior Living is a leading operator of independent living, assisted living, supportive living and memory care communities in more than 185 locations in 25 states and 7 Canadian provinces. We are the residence of choice for more than 18,000 residents, and the workplace of choice for more than 13,000 employees. We create vibrant communities where older adults can thrive and participate, know that their contributions are valued, and enjoy access to opportunities and support that help them keep making a positive difference in our world.
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I would give Atria high marks, I looked at all 3 of their facilities and my loved one moved into one of them. This Atria was an older crowd and it seemed like the residents needed a higher level of care. I do like that they provide different levels of care in case your loved one progresses. It was a great facility and they let me tour in person during covid which I appreciated.
The dining room is temporarily closed due to covid so they are having to deliver the meals to their rooms, and so far our loved one is pretty pleased with the meals. We do think it is a fair value for all the services our loved one has been receiving. As far as activities go, they do have visitation times for family members, and for holidays the staff members decorate the community.
The staff members at this community are great, and our loved one seems to be very pleased. We believe the activities are pretty good, even now they have a few things for the residents to due. They have group exercises and a nature walk. We really liked the location its beautiful. Its surrounded by a lot of trees, and the dining room has a great view. They have a lot of places around this community like a movie theater and billiard room. They also have a beauty patio. This community also have a room where you can reserve it for family events.
I had to give a Fair rating to Activities because Covid restrictions make it unable to really see what activities will be like when there is an opportunity for my family member to participate. So far the experience has been quite good, the administrative staff has been responsive to my calls and questions. My family member likes the food, the staff and the room. They are dealing with Covid very responsibly. The only issue has been the maintenance staff (director) who promises her something will be done soon and doesn't seems to get there. Very frustrating. But all in all, this is an improvement over the facility she was in before. She and I are both glad we moved her when we did (July)
I found myself in need of placing my 93 year old mother into an assistive living facility in May. Her needs eliminated most of the facilities in this area and I found myself choosing between two places. I was in need of making a move from the hospital into the facility in a very short time span. Both places responded to my inquiry quickly. The prices were close and both places had a room available immediately. I was not able to visit either facility inside because of COVID restrictions, although I toured them on line and drove by to inspect the outside of the facilities. Two things ended up being the deciding factors. First, Atria offered to waive a community fee as part of a corporate promotion. The other facility said one was forth coming but was not yet authorized. Secondly, my daughter had been to Atria with her daughter on several occasions because of Girl Scout activities at Atria. My daughter had nothing but positive things to say about the facility and how it was run. Atria help me co-ordinate moms move quickly and add some extra benefit by allowing her to move into a furnished room until I could arrange to move furniture from her house to the facility. I found the staff to be extremely helpful and kind. The communication between them and myself is great , an A+ . The activities director is excellent in managing the kinds of visits that can be held due to COVID. I will add my mother really did not wish to make the move from her house to Atria. I told her it was temporary so she could regain her health and I could see what kind of in home help could be arranged and the cost of that help. The cost of the in home help made that not feasible. Plus I would be having to manage the help. I know the work it takes to do this as we do it for a disabled grand daughter. Atria has proven to be an outstanding choice. My mom is happy to be there and understands how well they are taking care of her. That in itself has been a great relieve. I do not have to second guess my decision
Nice facility. [Name removed] gave me a great tour and a comprehensive review of services and charges.
Response from Atria Park of LafayetteJanuary 31, 2019
It is our pleasure to serve our residents, families and community. Thank you for visiting Atria Park of Lafayette.
We are familiar with this place from searches prior to [named removed]'s last fall on 8/3/17. Will they accept sliding scale for diabetes and provide the other care that he gets in a skilled nursing long-term care facility? Lifting from bed to wheel chair, toilet, PT and changing depends, dressing etc.? If yes...when can we move in? We will check with them on Thursday. Thanks for arranging the appointment.
Response from Atria Park of LafayetteJanuary 15, 2019
Hello, Thank you for reaching out to us. We would like to share your questions and information with our leadership team at Atria Park of Lafayette. Will you share your contact information and name with me at [removed]?
I toured this facility while looking for a place for my Mother. This is a really big facility with a great big movie theater. The director of activities was excellent and I was impressed. She was the single most impressing thing about the whole place. My sister-in-law and wife went with me on the tour and they both noticed the same thing I did. We saw everyone just sitting around and it’s like the staff didn’t notice them. There is nothing wrong with the facility; it just wasn’t for my Mother. I would recommend this community to other families.
This is a nice community for a loved one. We like that they have a lot to offer. The community is clean and maintained. We liked the menu of the meals and the activities that are offered. We would suggest a tour for other families.
From what I saw of this facility, it looked very nice! It was clean and the staff seemed very friendly! In the end, we did not choose this facility in particular due to location, but this is still a very nice facility!
We are still in the probation period, but our mom is not getting the care and attention we were led to believe she would receive when we signed her up.
My mother is really enjoying her stay at the Atria Park of Lafayette. The caregivers are caring sweet people who hug her and call her by her first name when they see her. The only downfall to the staff is they seem to have a lot of turnovers so my mother never really gets used to them. The meals I would say are about a 4 out of 5. Sometimes they run out of orange juice, milk and bread which I don't think is right. On fathers day the chef makes barbeque which I thought was delicious.
Response from Atria Park of LafayetteDecember 2, 2016
Thanks for being a part of the Atria family and taking the time to share your feedback with us. I'm glad you've been able to join us for events, and I'll be sure to share your comments with our chef.
THIS PLACE IS THE WORST! They are all about making a profit and the residents are a secondary consideration. Stories of inaccurate medication administration, neglect and employee turnover and frustration are rampant. And the costs are exorbitant when compared to other options in the area. Don't be fooled by the grandeur and smooth sales pitch.
Response from Atria Park of LafayetteFebruary 12, 2016
We put the safety and happiness of our residents above all else, so your comments are concerning to me. Please send me an email at [removed] if you're open to discussing this further.
I LOVE EVERYTHING HERE. So happy :)
Very nice, but expensive.
We looked here when we were considering places. My aunt really liked it here. She ultimately decided that she didn't need to make this move yet, and stayed home to save money. It was nice though, and the people were nice.
They were excellent here. It was clean and the staff was friendly. I think they did a good job, no complaints here. The only reason we moved was because of the distance, it got to be too much to come as often as she needed me to.
It's very clean, but we are having trouble getting them to come in and clean the apartment. The public spaces are kept nice, but we are having trouble getting the housekeeping set up, garbage to be emptied, etc. It didn't happen automatically. The staff is very nice and very hard working. There was a conference on dementia, but they used the room the movies are shown in, and they had a movie listed, but they hadn't planned that out well. They don't carry certain things, and she is paying a lot of money and she doesn't feel like she is getting her money's worth. They had a lunch outing, and she was told that the first three people that sign up for it was free, and that was not quite true. There are other things, that she didn't realize she was going to need to provide like toilet paper. There have been a lot of miscommunications. They used to have a selection of flavors for jams, individual packages, but now they have decided to have a jar of jam, and now there is only one flavor, and no one asked what kind of flavors people like. The weekends are kind of slow there isn't a lot going on, on the weekends. The meals seem very rich and don't seem very healthy.
Response from Atria Park of LafayetteJuly 3, 2014
I am sorry to hear about your experience at our community and would like to update you on some changes we have made. We have revisited our housekeeping procedures recently to assure the rooms look as great as the rest of the community. In addition, our dietician has made some healthy changes to the menu. We always have a low sodium choice and if residents don't like what is on the regular menu, they can order from the always available menu, which includes things like sandwiches and salads that would be considered less heavy. If you have any questions or feel we can be of further assistance to you and your family, please do not hesitate to contact us via [removed]; including “Atria Lafayette” in your subject line so that we may quickly include the appropriate directors in the correspondence. We are happy to help!
Mom has been with Atria in their Life Guidance unit now for 2 weeks. Our expectations of what Atria and the staff could provide in the way of care for Mom was especially high due to past experiences. So far the facility and staff have lived up to those expectation. The facility is clean and well kept, The residents are clean and well dressed. A hair and manicure appointment are set up right away. It is amazing to see how these 2 small things can make such a huge impact on Mom's outlook. The residents are included in activities (which are provided throughout the day) and encouraged to participate. Staff is attentive and eager to provide whatever assitance is needed, they really seem to want to help to make Mom's day to day life as fulfilling as possible. For me, I feel like I can finally take a deep breath and know I have done the very best that I can for her.
Facility is beautiful, clean and bright. Jackie and her assistant were welcoming and knowledgeable. I met briefly with Suzanne the Life Guidance care manager, but did not get a chance to really talk with her. Jackie gave a tour of the Life Guidance facility and like with the AL side it is beautiful, clean and birght. Some of my impressions: 1. My first thought was the layout would confuse my Mom, though the facility is small enough that can probably be over come. 2. I like the smallness of the common room, they were comfortable in layout and not too large. While I was there a group of care givers and residents were making cupcakes. Though not all the residents were participating, I did not feel as if those that weren't were left out. 3. The patio and yard again like the common rooms was comfotable and big enough to hold a good range of activities. 4. The room, which is a semi-private room appeard small to hold for 2 beds (it is empty at this time). The bathroom is good size and being on the ground floor the one window in the room looks out on a nice patio/garden area. 5. I forgot to get information on the meal times, but all meals are prepared by the main kitchen and brought down to the Life Guidance facility. In addition both common areas have full kitchens which is nice to see. 6. I did not get a chance to talk with Warren the nurse, but all the residents appeard well taken care of. And there were wheelchairs parked against the walls while the residents were congregating on the chairs and couches in the common area. It was nice to see. 8. I also forgot to look at the shower facilities in Life Guidance, but if they are anything like the shower in the studio apartment that Jackie showed me, we're in good shape. 9. I also like the fact that the residents in Life Guidance can participate in some of the activities in AL. When I left the facility Jackie was going to try and get in touch with Warren, the nurse, so an accessment of my Mom could be scheduled. In addition she did provide me with all the paper work we need to complete, just in case. After sleeping on it, I like this facility very much.
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