Overall Rating 4.4 / 5.0 ★★★★★
Christine Lacerenza★★★★★ a year ago
Mom has enjoyed every moment, taken advantage of a wide variety of both intellectual and fun activities, and made dear friends. The staff is superior in every way, and treat both residents and their families with respect and compassion. They are simply the best.
barb whyte★★★★★ 3 years ago
Mom moved to Atria in November just in time for a difficult Connecticut winter. She has been safe, warm and has made many new friends. The staff has been relentlessly upbeat and helpful at every turn. They clean the snow off her car, their driveway is the only non-icy place in town. The food is excellent, so excellent we love to join her for a meal when she's not too busy. She has a lovely apartment that has been configured exactly the way she wanted it. She goes to their exercise class and plays games. Did I mention the library? It's not to be missed.She enjoys the movies and has made friends with their driver even though she has a car. I know I sound like a pollyanna, but it is all so good. B
Kelly Ambrose★★★★★ 3 years ago
Donna in the dining room is just wonderful. She always has a smile and always goes the extra mile. My mom unfortunately has to eat in her room and send her aid to get her food. Even her aid raves about Donna. Nothing is ever a problem. She is really there for the residents and does not consider a special request an imposition. She makes Atria what it should be.
Liz Prazmark★★★★★ 3 years ago
Would love to pick one person that has helped my dad throughout his stay....IMPOSSIBLE! there is not a day that goes by that someone doesn't go out of their way to make him feel at home, safe and loved. The dining staff is so patient with his "late" breakfast hours and special cream of wheat, alway serving with a smile...Chris in nursing has truly become a friend to him and takes such a personal approach when helping him, Housekeeping is always there and smiling ready to tackle his "home" with consideration and care. Becky, a true blessing, always makes sure he is happy and always goes out of her way to help him with special projects he has...doing everything from personal typing to simply listening to his ideas...Amy, has also taken on the task of typing his articles and does so with such grace and kindness no matter how busy she is. Marge at the front is truly a shinning light. She is always on top of the resident's whereabouts and truly engaged in there daily activities. Bridget is always so cheerful in the evening and so kind to my father, always interested in his daily goings on and a great way to end the day with a cheerful good night. Bobby, my dads personal friend and wonderful driver who makes seeing my mom so easy and special. This list goes on....and a shame to not mention them all. Yes, its impossible to pick one...so, I say ATRIA DARIEN is a single winner!
George Walsh★★★★★ 3 years ago
Bless 'em all! Bless 'em all! The long and the short and the tall; Bless all the cooks and hidden ones, Bless all the maintenance men and their blink-in sons, `cause we're saying good luck to them all As back to their stations at Atria they stand, Waitresses amd nurses so cheerful, So cheer up, my lads and ladies, and Bless 'em all! Nobody knows what a burden you've been, So cheer up, my lads and ladies, and Bless 'em all!
|Licensee Name||Olsl Darien Llc|
|Mailing Street||401 South Fourth Street, Suite 1900|
|Facility Street||50 Ledge Road|
|Business Street||50 Ledge Road|
|Atria Darien||50 Ledge Road||Darien||CT||06820||(203) 662-1090|
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