77 3rd Street, Stamford, CT 06905
Atria Stamford has served the families of Fairfield County since 2007. With a continuing commitment to quality, the community is undergoing an extensive renovation and expansion to enhance beauty and functionality. Once complete, residents will enjoy a host of exciting new spaces and amenities, including renovated apartments with modern dÃ©cor and updated kitchens and baths as well as new furnishings, fixtures and dÃ©cor in all common areas. Other additions include a new bistro and cocktails and coffee bar, creative arts studio, two penthouse apartments with views of Long Island Sound - and much more.
For families dealing with the challenges of dementia, Atria Stamford is adding a second Life Guidance® memory care neighborhood. Features of Life Guidance include a welcoming, vibrant environment with a private dining room and secure gathering spaces, a structured setting where specially trained staff provide highly personalized care, an Engage Life® center offering events and opportunities tailored to residents' interests, and thoughtfully designed apartments with modern features.
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...
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It is a beautiful high rise. The apartments shave recently been renovated and are spacious. Initially the food was very good, and now the food isn't as good as my loved one first got there. There is a lack of communication and responsiveness from the staff to the family. The caregivers seem to be doing a great job. The nursing staff isn't available 24 hours a day. They don't have coverage morning to night. The nurse is inconsistent with the time they are here. If your loved one needs more care with nursing, I would be concerned with a loved one being here with those needs.
I would tell others it is a nice place to go. It is in a central location in Stamford. It is an expensive community. They have exercise activities, singing, movies, bingo, board games, and more for the residents to choose from.
Dear [name removed] and his Atria kitchen staff: We all wish that we could all come in to say thank you from the bottom of our hearts... for the job you are all doing for us! We all know that you too have families and it is not so easy to come in every morning leaving behind your families. I wish we could just go in and hug each one of you for doing a magnificent job! May God bless you from every one of us! Love, [name removed] and the residents of Atria
I told the staff after I'd been living at Atria Stamford for a little while, "I'm in heaven and I haven't even died!" Everything here is wonderful.
I have been here since January 2019 and have participated in many activities and enjoyed them all. The staff of Engage Life are fabulous. We have a great variety of activities and I enjoy the themed happy hours and all the exercise.
I would tell my friends that it is good place to live in. This community is more for those that are independent that those who need more assistance. The food was good. The room was a little outdated, but it was a nice size. The director at the end of my loved one's time there, than the one that was there when my loved one moved in.
Our loved one lived there and the experience for her was just awful. The individual who ran the memory care unit that interviewed her said our loved one needed to be there when she actually didn't. However this community was kept very clean. The overall layout of this community is very nice. There are two floors for the memory care, but only two aids there to watch over the residents. We felt that was just not enough and they needed to bring on more aids. The activities from our understanding were okay, our loved one just did not always participate in them. The rooms on the memory care side were more like a studio apartment. There was no kitchen facility in it, but it did have a full bathroom. According to our loved one she was not a big fan of the food.
We found this community to be very clean, the staff is very friendly. Atria Stamford is a great community but it is a little more on the expensive side. My mother is in the independent living so she doesn't really need the care services. They have a lot of activities at this community like exercise classes, an on sight movie theater. They have different social clubs, knitting clubs and card clubs. They bring in a lot of outside speakers and guest. They have art shows as well. One of the reasons we chose this community was because of all the activities they offer for the residents. My mom thinks the food is pretty good. It's a high rise building, about 17 stories tall. They have a variety of different apartments that are available. It ranges from studio apartments to penthouse suites that overlook the city of Stamford. For safety reasons though, they do not have stoves in the apartments.
The aides are mediocre except for private aides. The memory care is mediocre. The food is also mediocre. The residents and staff are very friendly. It is super clean. The apartments are very nice. It is a happy place to be.
I am so thrilled to have found Atria Stamford for my mom. We moved her here from Florida after she took one too many falls while living alone. To say she is happy would be an understatement - you can find her every evening at Happy Hour chatting up a storm while snacking and often listening to beautiful music. The residents there are just great - when do you ever see that (all happy faces) in a managed home??? My mom is in Independent Living and has a beautiful apartment that even allowed her to bring her cat up from South Florida. I get to see her all the time now, which is wonderful - and having piece of mind that she is OK or I am a phone call away, really added to all of our quality of life. The dining there is top notch and she enjoys just about every meal...and guess what...if she doesn't - she surely lets them know and the staff is so attentive and responsive. They frequently hold Town Hall meetings with the residents and ACTUALLY LISTEN!!! PS - [name removed] at the front desk is a dream...and if you go visit, try to get one of their delicious fresh baked pies as a parting gift.
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