1660 Gaton Drive, San Jose, CA 95125
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...
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A couple great things about his place but that's where it abruptly ends. The residents here are lovely and the grounds are beautiful! However the management and staff leave MUCH to be desired. When signing contracts with them make sure you take away the paper work and read through every line and examine the phrasing. Later you won't be able to prove anything they said to you, only what you signed. They have lots of stipulations they they gloss over and hope you don't pay too much attention to. The most egregious one being an upfront, NON-REFUNDABLE "facility fee" at the time of at least $3,600. They say it is for programs and maintenance of the community, however if that is true it would be more fitting that that be factored into the rent or added as a monthly fee. Instead the fee is required upfront and no matter how long you stay it will not be returned to you. Of course Atria is hoping you pass away or move as quickly as possible to pocket as much cash as possible. My mother in law stayed at Atria for 4 months and had to leave due to declining health. She left her apartment in excellent condition. When we asked about what they had referred to as a deposit when signing rental paperwork now the "deposit" had suddenly turned into a "facility fee" and would not be returned. SO SHADY! My mother in law did not use $750 a month of programs or community resources!! When we pushed a little asking why this was a upfront fee and not a more fair monthly fee we were given a "you're the ones who signed the contract" canned response. Shame on our family for not being more critical of the paperwork we signed, but honestly shame on Atria for taking advantage of senior citizens on a fixed income and being so underhanded and cold about it. Oh, and the food is terrible. Overall definitely would not recommend Atria to anyone I care about.Reviewed on A Place For Mom
My mom is 89. She moved to Atria from The Villages in February after surgery in December. Her health is good but she is unable to maintain a home and no longer drives. The Atria is the perfect place for her season of life. She is more active and excited about each day than she has been in several years. Atria's staff, activities, location, and value are an answer to prayer. They celebrate life, include family, and treat residents as adults and with respect. Thank you Atria and A Place for Mom (who were instrumental in helping us find this senior living community.)Reviewed on SeniorAdvisor.com
we didn't walk down to the 'assisted living' area of the community, but the feel of the independent living which is closest to the dining area was very inviting and busy with residents on Saturday afternoon. People chatting and enjoying the outside areas.Reviewed on SeniorAdvisor.com
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