We chose Atria because of the location as well as it was recommended by a few family friends and her doctor actually recommended it as well. They are just starting up with their activities again. The director has been absolutely wonderful, we have a lot of contact with her. She moved in right before the pandemic so we have not been inside the facility. They are allowing visitors but it is all outdoors on a patio or we can take out loved ones out. I would recommend to others looking.... Read more
Enjoy a bustling, urban lifestyle at Atria Park of Pacific Palisades along Sunset Boulevard. This senior living community features assisted living and memory care services for older adults in Pacific Palisades, California. The community building, reminiscent of an Italian villa, features oversized arched windows, a cheerful warm tan color scheme, and a distinctive tile roof.
Located along a major thoroughfare, this community’s walkable location places resources and amenities at residents' fingertips. Make your way to the neighborhood banks, restaurants, and shops — all within walking distance of Atria Park of Pacific Palisades. As part of the Los Angeles metropolitan area, residents can choose from a variety of medical resources in the region, including the UCLA Santa Monica Medical Center and the West Los Angeles Veterans Affairs Medical Center. In your free time, enjoy first-run movies at the nearby Cinepolis Luxury Cinemas. Envision the life of American humorist Will Rogers at Will Rogers State Historic Park, featuring his ranch house and landscaped grounds. Or simply gather with friends for a fun picnic on the grassy areas of the scenic Temescal Gateway Park. As always, you choose how to spend your day at Atria Park of Pacific Palisades.
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This community was fine but there was another community that just made more sense for my loved one.
I thought it was wonderful - the beautiful accommodations, cleanliness, friendly staff - everything about it just seemed perfect. But care levels would be adjusted often, which would increase the cost. And I was hesitant about that.
We chose Atria because of the location as well as it was recommended by a few family friends and her doctor actually recommended it as well. They are just starting up with their activities again. The director has been absolutely wonderful, we have a lot of contact with her. She moved in right before the pandemic so we have not been inside the facility. They are allowing visitors but it is all outdoors on a patio or we can take out loved ones out. I would recommend to others looking.
My mom lived here in Assisted Living and for a while it was great but her disease progressed quickly. The Memory Care floor was depressing although they had great activities and seemed to know exactly what they were doing. There are also no private rooms in Memory Care which was not an option for us and too expensive. I liked the Director. He knew what he was doing and was extremely knowledgeable.
We really liked this community. We would have moved our loved one in except they are currently replacing the elevator and we did not think they would be comfortable using a chair lift. The staff are great and they offer daily activities. The food is excellent and the community is clean. I would recommend this community.
This place is an extremely unethical and an unprofessional facility. There are a few good people on staff however the management and the majority of the workers there are terrible! At best they are just negligent. My father moved into atria with a diagnosis of brain cancer. The staff at atria were fully aware of his medical condition and we hired our own amazing nurses and caretakers to care for him. The staff at atria were not only unhelpful but actually rude and incompetent in caring or assisting in caring for my dad. They threatened several times to kick my father out of the facility and also threatened to increase the charge of his care. It's ironic since we hired our own staff to "care" for him. Not only did i have to watch my father deteriorate but also I had to suffer by watching how negligent the staff was in caring for the other residents at the facility. I witnessed the caretakers chatting with each other as the residents were in precarious positions literally bumping into each other at times or being parked at the television for hours on end. The management were so incredibly unempathic and cold. The bottom line is that atria is solely concerned about money and not the care of the residents nor the feelings of the residents family. I think that what ever board is set up to grant certifications of assisted living situations should investigate atria. If your relative lives there go and do a surprise visit.
Response from Atria Park of Pacific PalisadesJune 7, 2016
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They have just been great. It's a tough transition, but they helped me through it all. They really held our hands the whole way and allowed my loved one's companions to come and live there for a little while while she got settled and they did everything they could to make sure she was comfortable.
I loved everything about Atria Park, they were just awesome. They were everything we were looking for in a facility. The staff was super helpful and they were very one-on-one and attentive, which was great.
We enjoyed our visit here. It was the first Assisted Living place we visited so more questions will probably come to us on a second visit. The staff seemed very friendly. I plan to take my mother there for lunch and see what she thinks about it. I hope we can speak to some residents then.
This was a wonderful place - very terrific people working there, good atmosphere, not too small, not too big. It is expensive, but if this becomes our choice, (studio apt only - 1 bedroom would be out of range.), we'll work on figuring out the finances..
We have already toured ATRIA and find it appears to be a lovely and well run facility. My mission at this time is exploratory I want to acquaint myself with what my options might be. Thank you so much for your guidancem
Its in Palisades 2 rooms available now. $6000/month plus memory care fee
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