Atria Woodlands

1017 Saw Mill River Road Ardsley NY 10502

866-465-5993

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At Atria Woodlands, you'll find an array of services and amenities to help you enjoy life and stay connected with your community. Whether it's a leisurely breakfast in the bistro, a workout in our state-of-the-art fitness center, or a stimulating educational seminar, you can be as busy or relaxed as you wish. Atria Woodlands features the largest wellness center in Westchester County—doctors and physical therapists affiliated with Dobbs Ferry Hospital are available on-site.

Atria Senior Living is a leading operator of independent living, assisted living, supportive living and memory care communities in more than 200 locations in 26 states and seven Canadian provinces. Atria communities are home to more than 23,000 seniors and employ more than 14,000 people.

Pricing at Atria Woodlands

Room Type
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Studio
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1 Bedroom
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2 Bedrooms
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Semi-Private
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*Prices quoted are monthly rental charges and are provided by the communities themselves. Actual prices may differ due to one-time fees, timing and care services required. Speak with your Senior Living Advisor to learn more.

Reviews of Atria Woodlands

3.4 of 5 Average rating
33 Reviews
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(17) A Place For Mom
(16) SeniorAdvisor.com
  • Relative of Memory Care Resident

    My mother is in the memory care unit at Atria. The initial attention is incredible. It’s as if there is this team of people who are going to provide personalized care for your loved one. Especially in the beginning, I would regularly get updates as to how she was doing, activities, how she ate, etc. However, that does die down over time and, even though I actively visit and take her out, any input I received is now at my prompting. There are number of activities listed on the calendar to attend throughout the day at Atria, however my mother does not have access to many of them due to being on the life guidance floor. She enjoys the food and the staff is always kind and attentive when I am there. For the cost of living at Atria, there are a couple of things that are not included which I find odd that I do not think would cost much and only add to the quality of life. I have to state clearly that the main, if not only, reason my mother is still at Atria is because of the director of her floor, [name removed]. [Name removed] has continued to check in with me about my mother, when visitors come, and her general mood/functioning. [Name removed] is a priceless addition to life guidance. Knowing some one cares so much that she will contact me without prompting or prodding is incredible and allows me to sleep at night knowing my mother is safe and cared for. She will also talk to my mother and bring her with her throughout the building so she can get out a bit and socialize more. [Name removed] 2 days off may be rest for her but it’s the only time of the week I feel as though I have lost a great resource and a connection to my mom when I’m not there.

    Review originally written on A Place For Mom

    Relative of Memory Care Resident

    My mother is in the memory care unit at Atria. The initial attention is incredible. It’s as if there is this team of people who are going to provide personalized care for your loved one. Especially in the beginning, I would regularly get updates as to how she was doing, activities, how she ate, etc. However, that does die down over time and, even though I actively visit and take her out, any input I received is now at my prompting. There are number of activities listed on the calendar to attend throughout the day at Atria, however my mother does not have access to many of them due to being on the life guidance floor. She enjoys the food and the staff is always kind and attentive when I am there. For the cost of living at Atria, there are a couple of things that are not included which I find odd that I do not think would cost much and only add to the quality of life. I have to state clearly that the main, if not only, reason my mother is still at Atria is because of the director of her floor, [name removed]. [Name removed] has continued to check in with me about my mother, when visitors come, and her general mood/functioning. [Name removed] is a priceless addition to life guidance. Knowing some one cares so much that she will contact me without prompting or prodding is incredible and allows me to sleep at night knowing my mother is safe and cared for. She will also talk to my mother and bring her with her throughout the building so she can get out a bit and socialize more. [Name removed] 2 days off may be rest for her but it’s the only time of the week I feel as though I have lost a great resource and a connection to my mom when I’m not there.

  • Relative of memory care resident

    My mother is in the memory care unit at Atria. I have read through some of the reviews, which I find to be accurate. The initial attention is incredible. It’s as if there is this team of people who are going to provide personalized care for your loved one. Especially in the beginning, I would regularly get updates as to how she was doing, activities, how she ate, etc. However, that does die down over time and, even though I actively visit and take her out, any input I received is now at my prompting. There are number of activities listed on the calendar to attend throughout the day at Atria, however my mother does not have access to many of them due to being on the life guidance floor. She enjoys the food and the staff is always kind and attentive when I am there. For the cost of living at Atria, there are a couple of things that are not included which I find odd that I do not think would cost much and only add to the quality of life. I have to state clearly that the main, if not only, reason my mother is still at Atria is because of the director of her floor, [name removed]. [name removed] has continued to check in with me about my mother, when visitors come, and her general mood/functioning. [name removed] is a priceless addition to life guidance. Knowing some one cares so much that she will contact me without prompting or prodding is incredible and allows me to sleep at night knowing my mother is safe and cared for. She will also talk to my mother and bring her with her throughout the building so she can get out a bit and socialize more. [name removed] 2 days off may be rest for her but it’s the only time of the week I feel as though I have lost a great resource and a connection to my mom when I’m not there.

    Review originally written on A Place For Mom

    Relative of memory care resident

    My mother is in the memory care unit at Atria. I have read through some of the reviews, which I find to be accurate. The initial attention is incredible. It’s as if there is this team of people who are going to provide personalized care for your loved one. Especially in the beginning, I would regularly get updates as to how she was doing, activities, how she ate, etc. However, that does die down over time and, even though I actively visit and take her out, any input I received is now at my prompting. There are number of activities listed on the calendar to attend throughout the day at Atria, however my mother does not have access to many of them due to being on the life guidance floor. She enjoys the food and the staff is always kind and attentive when I am there. For the cost of living at Atria, there are a couple of things that are not included which I find odd that I do not think would cost much and only add to the quality of life. I have to state clearly that the main, if not only, reason my mother is still at Atria is because of the director of her floor, [name removed]. [name removed] has continued to check in with me about my mother, when visitors come, and her general mood/functioning. [name removed] is a priceless addition to life guidance. Knowing some one cares so much that she will contact me without prompting or prodding is incredible and allows me to sleep at night knowing my mother is safe and cared for. She will also talk to my mother and bring her with her throughout the building so she can get out a bit and socialize more. [name removed] 2 days off may be rest for her but it’s the only time of the week I feel as though I have lost a great resource and a connection to my mom when I’m not there.

  • I was given a wonderful tour of the facility, and the staff spent a great deal of time with me to learn about my mom's needs and personality. I was so impressed by the quality of the staff, facility, and programming.

    Review originally written on A Place For Mom

    I was given a wonderful tour of the facility, and the staff spent a great deal of time with me to learn about my mom's needs and personality. I was so impressed by the quality of the staff, facility, and programming.

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Community Details at Atria Woodlands

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    • Atria Woodlands Amenities

      • Activities Onsite
      • Devotional Services Onsite
      • Indoor Common Areas
      • Devotional Services Offsite
      • Activities Offsite
      • Beautician Onsite
      • Meals Provided
      • Outdoor Common Areas
      • Vegetarian

    Senior Housing Types Provided at Atria Woodlands

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      • Assisted Living
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