Set in the hills of Rocklin in the Sacramento metro area — only minutes from the Quarry District and Whitney Oaks Golf Club — Atria Rocklin offers a simplified lifestyle with upscale amenities, delightful dining experiences and discreet, 24-hour support.
In addition to independent and assisted living options, Atria Rocklin has a Life Guidance memory care neighborhood where individuals living with Alzheimer's or other forms of dementia enjoy more personalized care and programs that encourage engagement.
Atria Rocklin's campus features separate assisted living and memory care apartment buildings, plus one- and two-bedroom independent living townhomes with outside entrances and single-car garages. Amenities include multiple dining venues, a heated pool and spa, salon and barber shop, game room and clubhouse.
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...
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Atria Rocklin is a beautiful community, the apartments are really nice and would recommend to others.
Very nice community and very clean. The food is horrible and they are understaffed all of the time.
We toured a while back when we were looking for independent living for our loved one. I thought the facility itself was very nice. The apartments were very nice, and some even had garages. There were three levels of care on the premises, which would have been good. The only thing I didn’t care for was the fact that the independent living was across the parking lot from the main facility. So if it was raining, you would have had to walk through the rain to get to the dining hall. Also the only person I interacted with on the tour was the placement person, and I thought she was rather pushy. I wasn’t a fan.
We had to move Mom in right after the CoVid19 restrictions set in. While it was challenging for her and for staff, they made it as smooth as possible for us to move mom into her cute apartment. They followed through with all the promises to hang pictures and make Mom's apartment just right for her. They have also made creative adjustments to the activities helping her to join in safely with phone Bingo, craft projects, TED talks, etc. Most of all she is able to walk outside daily with her mini-schnauzer, [name removed] and we can visit with her safely on her patio. We are so glad that we get to have Mom close to us in a safe environment and look forward to the time when activities and meals can be more normal and social. Thank you Atria Staff for welcoming Mom with care, kindness and great follow-through on what you said you would do!
I am a disabled veteran with a service dog that assists me with vision, hearing, mobility and balance. I moved into Atria Rocklin almost two years ago now. It was a smart move. The above rating was all 5 stars before the pandemic. Activities have been reduced due to social distancing requirements. I am okay with the reduced activities simply because Atria Rocklin seems to have safety first in mind. I like that. I am aware they are looking out for my best interests. I will be happy when this pandemic gets dealt with, and things can get back to 'Normal' (I love playing cards, doing exercises, watching movies, soaking in the hot tub, sharing small talk and a meal in the dinning room, going on group outings, ....) Until we do get back to 'Normal' I am happy to feel safe. I get to go out with my dog and walk the lovely grounds. Occasionally I cross paths with 'Old' friends and we get to share some comments with masks on. I am reminded that, 'This too shall pass'. My dog and I will be happy when it it. Until then, Atria Rocklin is doing A+ keeping the two of us safe, well fed and secure.
I have worked in the senior industry for 11 years, and have been in and dealt with most of the residential care facilities in the greater Sacramento area. Not only is Atria a beautiful community in a wonderful location, but the care they provide is exemplary. All of the staff are knowledgeable, friendly and helpful. If my parents needed assisted living, I'd be confident having them move into Atria Rocklin.
The staff is amazing and so attentive. The residents are very friendly and go out of their way to make one feel welcome. Activities are limited but doing all they can to keep things going. I feel safe and cared for here.
Very friendly and seemingly caring staff. [name removed] took her time and did not rush as she explained all facets of the care facility. Introduced us to the staff, explained their role and took the time to have my mom meet other residents. Very nice first impression.
I have investigated at least 12 Sr Living residences in the Sacramento/Rocklin/ Roseville area and keep coming back the Atria in Rocklin as my first choice for a retirement home. I like the size of the independent apartments which I would start out renting and especially like the attached garage. The pool is also a plus in the hot valley weather Having my little dog Sadie is also a must for me and I find the facilities for her are very satisfactory. The near-by park is a wonderful perk for both of us. I am looking forward to living The Atria/Rocklin in the near future. The fact I can move up to more care as needed is a major part of my decision.
We virtually toured this Atria location at the recommendation of a friend. We ultimately moved our family member into another Atria location as it’s a bit closer to some family members but it was a tough choice. They have a pool here!
I am touring approx. 10 communities to make the best decision for Mom. I found this community to be in a really great location in Rocklin and within walking distance to some great spots. I was impressed with their desire and protocol in keeping the seniors really safe. I am going to let Mom make the decision but this place is on top.
I moved from a Del Web 55+ community into this Atria multi level senior community. I am in a 2 bedroom Independent Living apartment with a 1 car garage. I could not be happier with my choice. As a disabled veteran with a service dog, the size is just right, as it allows me easy access to the entire community. There are 2 exercise classes each day that I take full advantage of. The 'Sip and paint' classes are perfect for me. I've not had a disappointing meal yet. The staff is the A+ side of this place for sure ... so friendly and helpful. My dog and I have enough space to walk around the community if we want, or hunker down and read a good book if we want. If you like being a small fish in a big pond, this might not be the place for you, but it is perfect for me, and I am glad I chose it.
Response from Atria RocklinMay 15, 2019
We are thrilled to read your feedback and hear that you are happy to be part of the Atria family. It is our pleasure to serve you with exceptional service, food, events and more each day. Thank you for sharing your experience at Atria Rocklin.
Atria staff is friendly. They take an interest in my mother-in-law’s care. She has adjusted quickly to her new environment & seems happy. Her room is more like a small apartment with a private bath. The housekeeping staff at Atria does a good job of keeping her room clean. Atria also does her laundry & keeps her clothing clean & orderly.
Overall, I feel that Atria is a very good community. I like that it's clean, and that the staff seems very friendly, caring, and attentive to the residents. I feel that the food is good, but I do wish they would do more with the residents as far as activities go. I think they do what they can, but it seems that they do more sitting around than I would like. Overall, I think my loved one is happy here, and we are pleased that he is well cared for and close by.
This place is clean and well appointed. The room layouts (door, walls, closet) were designed to allow good utilization of space. many comfortable looking residents! The menu choices and dining arrangements looked very nice and I think it could please any appetite. The place felt a little too busy to me though. Bedrooms too close to common areas?? Can't quite put my finger on it. I'm sure to some people that could be an asset.
My loved one is doing well living at this community. She likes the food and the activities they offer. The Staff have been helpful, encouraging and they answer our questions. The community is well maintained inside and out. I would recommend this community.
My parents like the food and they offer a lot of choices. The staff have been friendly, helpful and encouraging. They have a nurse on staff all day and night. They offer a lot of activities. My parents have a nice place that includes a kitchen. The community is clean and I would recommend it.
The care at this community is very good. The community is clean and enjoyable. The menu is good and a nice variety. I like that he is involved with the activities that are making him happy to be here. My father is hoping that a request for fish could be made to the menu. This is a nice community that we would recommend to other families for the good care and value for a loved one.
Atria Rocklin is not what they appeared to be. They assured us that they had many activities available.My mother is a very active memory care patient and I don't think throwing around a balloon once a day is adequate. She has become very frustrated and unhappy here. I'm sure its a good place for a non-active senior but not for my mother. They didn't give her a shower for three weeks because they said she was combative, she weighs 105 lbs.She had sores on her head from not being bathed. I pay a lot of money for care, my daughter shouldn't have to go in there to give her grandmother a shower. They have employees working there that make $10 an hour with no schooling or credentials. I am very disappointed.
Response from Atria RocklinJune 26, 2017
Thank you for being part of our Atria family. Your comments are very concerning to me. We value your feedback and have shared it with our community and regional leadership. In the meantime, I'd like to know more about the specifics so I can help. You can also always reach me directly at [removed].
My father is doing great since his move. I would recommend this community because the staff has been very good to him. He always talks about how friendly and accommodating the caregivers are. They offer a lot of activities and they staff always go to his room and offer him to join. At first, I was apprehensive about it, but now I am happy and have the peace of mind that they are taking good care of him and keeping him safe.
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