At Atria Woodlands in Ardsley, New York, 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, with doctors and physical therapists affiliated with Dobbs Ferry Hospital available on-site. Our dynamic community offers seniors independent living, supportive living, and memory care lifestyle options.
Atria is a leading operator of senior living communities in more than 185 locations across 25 states and seven Canadian provinces. We’re the residence of choice for more than 18,000 residents and workplace of choice for more than 13,000 employees. We proudly create vibrant communities where older adults can thrive, with access to a myriad of social, educational, and cultural opportunities.
Atria Woodlands gives residents opportunities to delight in an array of services and amenities conveniently in one place. Our Engage Life program is tailored to promoting purposeful and memorable moments for residents to embrace every day. For example, residents can express themselves creatively with arts and...
Total monthly costs depend on room type, select services, and the level of care needed.
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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.
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We chose Atria Woodlands because of the location of the facility and I knew someone who had worked here and raved about them. They really worked with us when it came to rates and stuff like that. They have tons of activities provided for residents. They do things like going out to lunch, going to the pool, etc. The staff members are just great, they always return my calls and are very responsive. I would highly recommend.
We had a virtual tour, and because of that, I felt it was difficult to determine what the facility was actually like. It would be very easy for them to just show you only the best of things. So I didn’t care for the virtual tour experience, but the person who led the tour seemed very nice. I just had limited information to go off of because of the virtual format.
The community fits are purpose. My husband is very happy here. The food service is the problem which is the reason for my low score. The service and communication with the residents on where to eat could be improved. They keep the residents busy with all the activities they have to offer. I think this is great for the residents to be busy.
My mother has lived in the Independent Living side of Atria Woodlands for 1.5 years. It is a beautiful, elegant facility, but what I love best is the warm, friendly atmosphere there. All the people who work there, from the Executive Director, the Activities staff, Dining Room staff, and the Maintenance staff are attentive and friendly. [name removed], the Executive Director, does a fantastic job of hiring wonderful people! Each time I visit my mother, I feel good that she is living in such a lovely, caring environment. When we were touring Atria, before having made the decision to move Mom there, I was promised that the staff would be very accessible and responsive to any of our needs and concerns. I had my doubts that this would be the case once we had signed the lease, but to this day I am consistently impressed by the care and responsiveness of the Atria staff. (Note that I am unable to provide an accurate assessment of the Care Services, as that would only apply to the Assisted Living building of Atria, and my mother is in the Independent Living building.)
My parents have been members of the Atria Woodlands community for almost 3.5 years, and our family could not ask for better partners in navigating their care. Mom is in the Life Guidance or Memory Care unit. Dad is in the Independent Living Building but has private aides who assist him. My parents have been married for 68 years, and separating them was one of the hardest things our family had to do. The aides, staff and administrators helped us to handle this with great patience and compassion. They celebrated with us as our parents found their new norm and have gone out of their way to help our parents and our family maintain what has always been a close, loving connection. The coronavirus pandemic is enough to strike fear into the hearts of any family who has a loved one in a care facility. Again, the constant communication that the Atria Woodlands leadership team provides and the extra effort that staff makes to set up FaceTime calls and Zoom conferences has made a bad situation immeasurably easier to deal with. My family and I cannot day enough good things about the Atria Woodlands staff and leadership. They are the gold standard in terms of providing a safe, friendly, stimulating environment for their residents.
Atria Woodlands is a wonderful senior living community that offers its residents pleasant accommodations and engaging senior activities. The grounds are beautifully maintained and its conveniently located to stores and restaurants and public transportation. The Atria staff is always professional and accommodating which makes it a comfortable and safe senior living environment.
I would recommend Atria Woodlands because the staff is very nice and caring and cooperative and helpful. The community is maintained beautifully and has lovely surroundings. The people are all friendly and I love the activities. My apartment is lovely!
As a private aide, I really enjoy working at Atria Woodlands. The staff are very respectful and courteous and are always there if you need them. The residents are very nice and try to stay as independent as possible, which is a huge plus as its always good to hold onto your independence! I would love to live here when I get older! The safety and security is A+!
I really enjoy the activities, especially the exercise. I have made many friends and enjoy socializing with everyone. I enjoy meeting new people and making friends. The place is very clean and warm. I would recommend Woodlands to all!
The people that live and work here are really good people. Everyone is kind and helpful. I am grateful that we have been kept safe during Covid. I love my apartment - its full of light and is quite spacious. I am very happy here.
I love the variety of classes, and being kept up to date with world events, and I love socializing with all the residents. There is quite an age difference with the residents but all are very generous with their time, have lots of energy and I just love talking with them and learning about them and their history. I have made some good friends. Everyone is so helpful. I would recommend this place!
I live at The Atria Woodlands Assisted Living Facility in Ardsley NY and have been here several years. I can’t say enough good things about it. I did an extensive search, with my family, of the places like this in the Westchester area, and am happy with the decision. I am younger than most people here, in my mid – 60s, with needs of my own. Older people are well taken care of, but as for me, I really like to MOVE. I’m delighted to enjoy exercise like Boxing, WII Bowling, and some balance bars that feel like I’m dancing. I thank God every day for a place like this and hope that other people will be happy in their own search for a new home.
My dad came from an apartment where he was alone all the time. He was totally depressed and spoke to no one. Since he has been to the Atria woodlands, he is a changed person. He participated in everything from daily exercise, to Zumba to happy hour every day. The staff is wonderful. [name removed], the executive director makes every resident feel special. I no longer have to worry. Thank you Atria!!!
We moved my 86 y/o father in law into Independent Living at Atria Woodlands about three weeks ago on a trial basis. It was difficult for him to contemplate going from living independently to Independent Living, but honestly after just a few days there he was a lot happier than before. His apartment is excellent; high ceilings and even a patio (not all units are like this I believe). The place is spotless, the staff friendly, energetic and engaging, the menu is varied and he like it and he has met a lot of people, a number of them already becoming his friends. Clearly, this place is well run. The change in him is visible, and none of us (him included) have any regrets about the decision.
Visited this community and felt that staff were extremely warm and friendly. The community is immaculately kept, and everyone seemed very engaged.
So far so good! I have made new friends and find that everyone is really nice and warm at Atria. The directors are top notch! My cleaning lady is excellent. I have a nice apartment and the food is good. I am enjoying myself and would recommend this place to friends!
The Life Guidance facility has been exceptional for my mother. She was in need of a great deal of care and attention, and the people at Atria, both in direct contact providing care as well as the management of the facility, were excellent. They rolled up their sleeves and worked hard to get issues resolved. While this is an ongoing task I feel comfortable we found the right place for my mom.
I am enjoying my time at Woodlands. The cleaning lady is very good and the Directors are top-notch. My apartment is very nice. I have not met a staff member that I don't like! The drivers are great too! I am enjoying the food and have made many new friends here at Woodlands. I would definitely recommend Woodlands to anyone!
This facility treated my mom with the utmost respect and love. Each of the caregivers were amazing and caring and treated her like family. The environment was always spotless and provided wonderful activities to make her feel involved and productive. I would recommend Atria to anyone who has a loved one who you want to know is in the BEST Senior Living Facility I have experienced.
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.
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