Nestled on gorgeous acres embellished with lovely gardens and heritage oaks is our stately community, Atria Santa Clarita. Located in the beautiful city of Santa Clarita, California, our community offers a compassionate place for seniors pursuing independent living, assisted living, and memory care lifestyle options. We’ve fostered an atmosphere at Atria that welcomes opportunity for connection, novelty, and purpose in every moment.
Older adults can enjoy comfortable living spaces, enriching amenities, and a thriving location, while embracing our wholesome community as their home to gracefully age in place. The golden years deserve golden details that complement the preferences and histories of every senior resident. Atria Santa Clarita proudly offers an array of accommodations that align with the desires of many older adults seeking an all-inclusive community.
Residents have the choice for their own autonomy at Atria Santa Clarita. Our community offers an array of opportunities for everyone to make the most of their day as they choose. Whether it is taking a stroll on our walking paths, enjoying our lovely resident garden space, getting a relaxing massage, or starting a new book in our tranquil library, there’s space for everyone. Residents can navigate their day as...
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I chanced upon Atria when I was looking for a facility for my sister. We had the pleasure of working with [name removed], who was kind enough to give us a tour of the entire facility, including the rooms and grounds. She also helped us understand everything that their facility offered, including fine dining choices, wellness programs, senior enrichment activities plus entertainment. The model rooms we visited were very spacious and clean. All the other staff members who we met along the way during our tour were very friendly and very professional. It is just too bad that my sister decided to relocate to her daughter's state; otherwise, she would now be one of the happy residents of Atria.
We chose Atria Santa Clarita because the sales person who we dealt with was extremely helpful. She was able to answer all of our questions and took us on a tour, we felt most comfortable here. The room sizes at the facility are fine for his needs, he has a studio apartment. The staff are very friendly and responsive. I would recommend them to others looking.
There were still quite a few Covid restrictions at the time that we toured, so we were limited on what we could see. And I felt like we couldn't get a true perspective. It was a smaller, older facility, and didn't have the wow factor of another facility we toured. We saw a tiny little resident room. We didn’t get to see the activities room or dining area, but that’s not their fault. The people who led our tour were very informative, welcoming, and kind, and they took time to answer any questions we had.
It has been six months since my mother and step father moved into Atria. My wife and I have been very impressed with Atria. What impresses us the most is the staff from the bottom to the top they are sincerely friendly and helpful. To the person they could not be nicer, they make the residents feel special and always have a smile. Some days the only contact a resident may have is with the staff. That contact with the staff can make the difference between someone feeling lonely or feeling special. The staff is very helpful, and makes every effort to help in anyway possible. I would recommend Atria to anyone.
I recently helped my mother move from independent living in a two bedroom apartment into Atria. I am e specially thankful for the prompt medical evaluations and feedback my mother and I have received. My mother's doctor was concerned with Mom's high blood pressure and asked that it be taken 3 times a day for five days. I was gratified to find this was no problem and that the medical staff would take her blood pressure at the times we decided were best, and then record them and send them back to the doctor office. Thank you for the gracious and amenable help you are giving my mother.
The community is very clean, and the staff members have all been very friendly. Our loved one absolutely loves the food, they say the meals are excellent. The activities are starting to open back up, she was able to play bingo and participate in a lecture. The care services on the other hand are up for debate. We have had a few instances where they say have have done one thing, but do another. They also keep upping the price, and we have to have a conversation as to why and they will bring them back down.
Communication is good between the community and the family. They send lots of emails and notifies me if there are issues. I would recommend this community to others
We haven't been able to visit in along time due to COVID, but when we were able to visit this community was very clean. The staff is very friendly and our loved one absolutely loves the place, she is very happy there. They do offer a lot of activities, and they are starting to up things a little more. They have exercises for them to do, and they have managed to keep the COVID cases really down. They are being super careful
I want to express my true gratitude to [name removed] and her team at Atria-Santa Clarita. I contacted [name removed] in a desperate situation. My aunt was in the hospital and we weren't sure if she would make it out, and my uncle suffers with Dementia. They either needed to move to assisted living or we needed in-home care. [name removed] made time to meet with me and my sister to safely see the property (COVID-19 guidelines strictly followed) practically on a moments notice. I felt like I was walking into a 5 star hotel! What a beautiful and welcoming place, spotless, well-maintained and smelled so fresh and clean. She was patient and kind and was so thorough when discussing what they could offer to my family. Her boss event took the time to stop by ([name removed]) and meet with us to answer any questions or concerns. Both [name removed] and [name removed] were so kind and supportive. [name removed] made sure that we knew whether my aunt and uncle moved to Atria-Santa Clarita or not, that she was always available as a resource and support. As it happened, we are not ready to move them to Atria just yet. However, [name removed] offered me referrals for caregivers and other information that could assist us in the interim. She has even touched base with me a few times to see how she could assist me or to just check in and see how I was doing...WOW she is amazing! This has been an overwhelming and exhausting time for us, but, without [name removed] assistance I cannot begin to imagine how difficult this process could have been. Thank you [name removed], thank you [name removed] and thank you Atria-Santa Clarita!
Great staff, so attentive and have been so understanding during the pandemic. Thank you Atria Santa Clarita for taking such great care of your residents!
I have either spoken with someone or actually was able to visit every assisted living and many small board & care facilities in the SCV for possible placement of my FIL during this crazy COVID time. I can say that the staff at Atria Senior Living was so responsive, respectful and friendly that I’ve continued to keep in contact with them for future needs. The facility is beautiful, grand and so neat & clean. Super impressive right when you walk in the lobby. Unfortunately, due to COVID, i could not get a full tour but they were kind enough to give me a virtual tour. [name removed] has been an absolute sweetheart in checking up on how things are going with my FIL, not just as a salesperson but as one who is truly concerned about a person. I am thankful to have been able to get to know them through our very fluid situation of life in dealing with Alzheimer’s dementia.
Some caregivers were good and some were not so good. i chose this community because the cost was fair and my daughter seemed to think it was as good others she visited. I would recommend this community. They do not offer nursing care, it is just memory care. My wife needed a higher level of care which is why we moved her.
There are two updates that anyone considering this location should be aware of. The first is that after I moved my mother out of Atria, I received a bill from a neurologist during my mother's time at Atria. Without my permission and without notifying me, Atria had a neurologist evaluate my mother. I secured the medical records and the neurologist diagnosed my mother with Alzheimer's. Again - I was never notified of any of this. If I had been made aware of this, I would have moved her to a memory center for her safety and perhaps she wouldn't have fallen and broken her hip. Secondly, Atria has reneged on refunding the agreed upon portion for the move-in fee ("community fee"), so I filed in small claims court. Here is the interesting part - after they were served the papers, I received a call from Atria offering to pay the refund, but only if I removed the review about the facility. I declined because this information is about safety issues at Atria along with clear violation of the rights of residents (such as notification about being rushed to the ER and being notified about a neurologist's evaluation). The person said, if we are going to refund the money we want something back from you. Real classy.
My mom lived at Atria for only a couple of months before we had a problem. She fell and broke her hip in the early morning and no one from our family was notified about her being rushed to the hospital. It wasn't until the orthopedic surgeon called the following day about her surgery that we were even aware of this. It took several (!) days for the executive director to respond - he stated that the nightperson "called the numbers on file but didn't leave a message". The long delay along with this excuse caused me to move my mom immediately out of Atria. I'm not sure if there are problems with the staffing at night/early morning, or if there are other issues, but I could no longer feel my mom was being taken care of at Atria when something like this occurred. To make it worse, the executive director has been very difficult and unpleasant to work with. I will have to take them to small claims court to get the appropriate reimbursement due based upon their contact. Beware.
Response from Atria Santa ClaritaDecember 5, 2019
Tom, Thanks for taking the time to share your concerns. It’s important to us. I understand that you have been in touch with our Executive Director regarding your concerns, and he has personally followed up with you. If you'd like to speak further, please don't hesitate to contact us at [removed], and I will put you contact with the appropriate person.
Find another place. That's my advice, and that was also Atria's last word. Find another place. But of course, you won't hear it during the sales pitch, which is filled with promises, assurances, and cordial commitments. Despite our compliance with every procedure and term of our contract, Atria Santa Clarita's management chose to renege on its promises and commitments, causing extreme stress and degradation of the already fragile condition of our loved one who lived there--until they told her she could no longer live there. To compound its duplicity and apparent attempts to take advantage of elderly customers, and consistent with its sketchy communication processes, Atria did not even follow through on its own refund policies until prodded to do so.
Response from Atria Santa ClaritaOctober 9, 2019
Thank you for sharing these concerns. We strive to serve our residents with integrity and empower them to live life fully. I have shared your message with our team. If you'd like to personally speak further, please don't hesitate to contact us at [removed], and I will put you contact with the appropriate person.
We enjoyed our visit. The staff and residents were very friendly. The food was excellent. There is a variety of activities to keep one interested and engaged with other residents. Unfortunately while the apartment bedrooms were good sized, the living rooms were very small.
Response from Atria Santa ClaritaJanuary 31, 2019
Our team values your feedback, and we appreciate your kind compliments. Thank you for sharing your experience and for visiting Atria Santa Clarita.
Billing practices at Atria were curious. [Name removed] put in her 30 day notice to leave after one month at Atria. She's already out of there - and happier at Pacifica right down the block.
Response from Atria Santa ClaritaDecember 10, 2018
Hello, and thank you for taking the time to comment - we'd like to know more about your experience. If you're willing to share, please send us a note at [removed].
The "Life Guidance" (memory care) facility at this location has gone downhill in the past year. Caretakers are amazing, however, management refuses to address any concerns (the emergency alarm in my mom's room does not work despite the fact that I have complained about it for at least two months. Her TV hasn't worked in weeks, despite the fact that I reported that. Now her TV cable remote has gone missing. During a recent two week hospitalization, her personal wheelchair disappeared--a rickety wheelchair of much lesser quality was in her room when she returned home from the hospital, and her better wheelchair has never been found. Finding employees in the facility has become increasingly difficult. They appear to be seriously understaffed. Very disappointed.
Response from Atria Santa ClaritaApril 20, 2018
Leslie, thank you for taking the time to provide feedback. It sounds like you have some concerns, and I'm very sorry to hear that. I've shared your message with members of our leadership and care teams. If you have additional questions or concerns, please don't hesitate to contact me at [removed].
Good help for a difficult time.
We know we made the right choice for dad because of the fact he is happy with the food at Atria Santa Clarita. The food is very good, they offer a wide variety of choices. The staff is friendly and caring and attentive to his care needs. There are plenty of activities that the staff encourages the residents to participate in and that helps to keep my dad engaged. There are four courtyards so there is plenty of opportunities to get outside for outside activities. The landscaping is well-maintained. The atmosphere is very warm and inviting and they are welcoming to our family when we come to visit dad. I would definitely recommend Atria Santa Clarita to friends and family.
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