1228 Rossmoor Parkway, Walnut Creek, CA 94595
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...
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I would give high marks to Atria Valley View. They let us tour doing covid so we were able to get a feel for the facility and see a vacant room. It is a great place but this Atria location was a little bit more expensive than the one we moved him into. He is younger and the price goes up 5-10% each year, so we had to budget for the future.
The community is smaller than others which I think is good. It fits our needs and the layout of the community is good for my loved ones. The staff is upbeat, warm, and fun. The community is very nice and well maintained. I would recommend this community to others and already have.
First place we visited. I liked it, food seemed decent, but did not sample. The cheapest room was very small, and had a roof view which was depressing. Other rooms looked much better (alcove), but you paid for it. My sister did not like the overall vibe, and later we visited the Kensington, which I had to admit was much nicer. In the end, I think you get what you pay for. Both places had graduated care, which is important as time moves on, we all will need more help.
Beautiful place to live. Reminds me of Yosemite Lodge. The food is wonderful and so is the staff. They are friendly and helpful.
Really liked this facility and appears to be a good fit. We are keeping this as one of our top locations. A couple of cons is the room available was about as far from the main activities as you can get. With a dog it may be too long a walk multiple times as day. The entrance is good, however you need to pass other buildings that make it seem more like a convalescent area.
Too high rent increases but nice place. Probably too far from Livermore where my Mom is set up with new health care providers. I liked this place the best so far but it is too expensive and not close to Livermore.
Everything here is eye candy to entice you to live there. Once you pay the $5000 non refundable deposit you will find out that the care giving, food, private room housekeeping and room maintenance are mediocre at best. Billing done a fine job collecting your money however. Shop around carefully before committing to this one.
Response from Atria Valley ViewFebruary 13, 2018
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We toured this community and it was nice. The staff that did the tour was helpful and answered all of my questions. It was pretty and had lots of trees. It was just to far away from the downtown area.
Beautiful setting with a wonderful staff. The only worrisome issue I had was that I realized later the staff mixed up the dosage of two of the meds my sister was taking was taking but without harm to my sister.
The tour guide at Atria Valley View was very informative and friendly. She referred me to Atria Walnut Creek actually, because they have younger more active residents which are what worked beast for my mother. It was a good experience to tour.
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