1400 Montego, Walnut Creek, CA 94598
As one of the most trusted senior living providers in the East Bay, Atria Walnut Creek has served families like yours for more than 10 years. Our community in Walnut Creek, California offers seniors independent, assisted living, and memory care lifestyle options. And, with our continued commitment to quality, we’ve just completed a full-scale renovation to enhance the beauty and functionality of the community, both inside and out.
Our renovation includes an innovative new Life Guidance memory care neighborhood, designed to meet a growing demand for dementia and Alzheimer's care. Residents now enjoy a host of upgraded amenities — including more than 2,300 square feet of new living space, a renovated entranceway, updated landscaping and patios, refurbished common areas, a modern salon, bistro, private dining room, wellness and cognitive fitness center, and movie theater. We have all you need and more to thrive in your retirement at Atria Walnut Creek.
At Atria Walnut Creek, you'll find the vibrant lifestyle you’ve always dreamed of. Our diverse social calendar encourages activity and socializing, with live entertainment, regular sightseeing outings, continuing education classes, and much more. Lovely common areas make for great spaces to recreate, and outdoor walking paths lead to...
Total monthly costs depend on room type, select services, and the level of care needed.
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We chose Atria Walnut Creek because of the cleanliness of the facility and general appearance, the cost, and we got a good feeling from the people as well during our tour. He is in a 1 bedroom and it is a very good size, we also looked at the studios and they are also a great size. They all have balconies which extends the living space as well. He absolutely loves the food, they are chef prepared meals and he really enjoys them. I would absolutely recommend to others looking.
We toured this community and the staff was very nice and the tour was great. The location and layout of the community just didnt fit our needs.
Atria is a wonderful place, but their communication needs improvement. As far as letting the families know about our loved ones. I believe their have pressure and stress on them due to the pandemic. The community is open to feedback. I think the caregivers are pretty good. They have a beautiful community. Our loved one enjoys the food.
My mom used to be on the assisted living side but since then she has moved to memory care so it is hard to judge since we cannot go in. I would tell others that you have to be proactive for your loved ones if they are here. They do have a big turnover in staff and management. I do not think the value is there for the money we are paying right now.
The community was very good with my loved one. The staff was good, the dining room staff could be improved. I believe my loved one was happy here. The caregivers were good about getting our questions answered.
great place with nice amenties
The apartments are exactly the right size and they are comfortable. The food is very good. They offer a lot of variety with appropriate portion sizes. The staff are very attentive and friendly. The staff and I work as a team together on my mom's care. The location is very good. It is only a block and a half block from the hospital . It is also near a shopping center with essentials such as food, hair and nail salons.
Tour guide very helpful, patient, and informative. Beautiful building and grounds. Residents look very happy! Lots of activities, Great living spaces. Dining room is very nice and food is great! Pizza in bisto is to die for, and is best deal in town. Great location.
Place was really nice. Lots of amenities, vibrant residents, well run, clean and organized. May not work as well though due to M-F "happy hour" time. The memory care also feels more isolating.
If I could give the med techs and direct patient staff 5 stars separately, I would. My Mom has been there for almost 3 years and we feel she has been treated very well. I think the problem lies in the corporate structure. I'm sure theconstant staff turn over is due to low pay (for such tough jobs), and they seem to have reduced the staff (particularly in the dining room) in the last couple of years. All this while taking huge price increases ($300+ per month) each year. This is really difficult for seniors on fixed incomes. Too bad this "for profit" senior living corporation is so focused on profits.
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