Reviews of Atria Delmar Place
brynna747 January 23, 2017
Management is rude and uncaring to their employees. Several medication errors were made because employees feel overwhelmed due to understaffing. The resident's do not get adequate care . Medication is always administered late . I would not recommend this place for a loved one!!
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katiekae August 05, 2015
I am a friend or relative of resident
The administration at this facility is extremely rude and unprofessional. They act as if you are dirt under their feet. They only have two LPN's and the rest are med tech's. The med tech's are very unfriendly and do not give anyone the time of day. My mother is hard of hearing and is also blind, when the med tech's give her the pills(although they are ALWAYS late) they just shove them at her and leave. I would NEVER recommend this facility to anyone.
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watchful February 25, 2015
I am/was a resident of this facility
Not a very good place. Looks great, well kept, good food but that is it. My 98 year old independent father had a poor experience there. They lacked sensitivity and knowledge about working with seniors transitioning to their place and showed a general lack of warmth especially with regard to the nursing staff and recreation person. Be prepared to go to the ER if your loved one sneezes. Their concern with the rule books and regulations easily trumped some basic common sense and came off as corporate and with little warmth. If your loved one needs nothing but a clean, pleasant and well kept environment then it may work but if they have any emotional needs especially in transitioning from independence then I would avoid this place. No soul here....
Marilyn37 January 24, 2015
I am a friend or relative of a resident
My parents decided to move to the Delmar Place about three years ago. When my father died a year ago, the staff was extremely helpful towards the end. He needed an awful lot of assistance. My mother on the other hand really needs nothing. They just give her medicines to her, and she is doing really well.
The bedroom area of the apartment was a little small, and the closets are good for a single resident. The living area and the bathroom are extremely nice. It is a very nice place. There is plenty of space.
I eat there frequently with my mother, and the food is very good. The proportions are adequate when they are served, but if people are still hungry or want a second meal, they do not have a problem getting it. The service is quick, and the dining room is very nice. There is plenty of space around the tables. People with wheelchairs and walkers have very easy access into and out of the room. They also have a family dining room that can be used when there are a couple of family members visiting a resident, and they provide a waiter and waitress service for it.
They have bingo, exercise classes, walking club, entertainment, movie nights, church services, shopping trips, and transportation. They do a lot, and the people are relatively active. The security is pretty good. They have alarms on the doors. They have an attendant at the desk, and they lock the doors on the outside about 8 o’clock. They also have a full generator emergency backup service.
Susan77235550 May 31, 2014
I visited this facility
Our favorite was called Delmar Place. It had a lot of advantages over all of the other places we went to. They have large rooms, and their actual apartments are not just one room with some dividers in it. There's a big bedroom with its own bathroom and then there's a big kitchen and a big living room. They clean your apartment every day, not just twice a week. They do your laundry. It's all part of the price that you pay. Their menu in the cafeteria has gluten-free options, and in fact, 3 alternative options, like heart-healthy with a little heart next to it, just like going to a really nice restaurant. It has a lot of great things.
bas2837 October 13, 2012
I am a friend or relative of a resident
When you first walk into the Delmar Place, you are greeted by a not so friendly front desk supervisor. After stating who I was I was escorted to the dining room where my grandmother was talking to one of the very friendly waitstaff. My grandmother and I got to eat a meal together, then I was allowed to spend time with her, either in her apartment, on the facility grounds, or out and about. Other than the front desk associate the rest of the staff were all very nice and catered to, not only my grandmother, but to all the other residents needs.
Dee2 June 30, 2012
I visited this facility
This is actually a really nice facility. It is furnished nicely, and even has a CIA graduate chef for its dining room. It is clean and smelled pleasant. Residents have many activities to choose from and there,s a bus for shopping, trips, etc. you can be as busy as you want. They even have an area where the residents can cook their own meals if they prefer. It also has an md and staff so that if the is more care needed the person can transition into more of a nursing home type without having to leave. The only thing negative I thought the rooms were smallish, and it is expensive but you get what you pay for. My daughters friend worked there in HS. They treat their staff well there from what she told me.
From Atria Delmar Place
With a beautiful location on more than six acres in the Town of Bethlehem, Atria Delmar Place has been thoughtfully designed to serve active, discerning older adults in the Albany, NY area. Our vibrant senior living community is just six miles south of the New York capital, convenient to shopping, restaurants, parks, places of worship and medical facilities.
Our residents enjoy abundant educational, social, cultural and entertainment opportunities. Join an exercise class, take a stroll to the Bethlehem Public Library next door or simply relax in the privacy of your well-appointed apartment. At Atria Delmar Place, the choice is always yours.
Our independent living option enables our residents to connect with peers and enjoy an active lifestyle, while our 24-hour assisted living services staff provides just the right amount of discreet support to help you live as independently as possible. Schedule a visit with us today.
Atria Senior Living is a leading operator of independent living, assisted living, supportive living and memory care communities in more than 180 locations in 28 states and seven Canadian provinces. We are the residence of choice for more than 21,000 seniors, and the workplace of choice for more than 13,500 employees. We create vibrant communities where older adults can thrive and participate, know that their contributions are valued, and enjoy access to opportunities and support that help them keep making a positive difference in our world.
Features of Atria Delmar Place
- Minimum rate: $5068/month
Room and housing options
- 1-bedroom apartments
- Studio Apartments
- In Room Kitchenette
- Dining Room Shared Meals
- Beauty Barber Shop
- Resident Transportation
- Tv Room
- Garden And Patio
- Features Extra Fitness Room/Gym, Library, Billiards
- Laundry For Linens
- Laundry For Clothing
Technology and entertainment
- Cable In Rooms
- Technology Extra Emergency Call System
- Medication Management
- Offsite Activities
- Religious Services
- Lectures Discussions
- Fitness Room
- Arts And Crafts
- Guest Parking
- Guests At Mealtime
- Pets Small Pets Allowed
- State Licenses AF0622A
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