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Atria Walnut Creek

1400 Montego, Walnut Creek, CA 94598

(800) 558-0653

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4.08

(36 reviews)

Offers Independent Living, Assisted Living, and Memory Care
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Reviews of Atria Walnut Creek in Walnut Creek, California

4.08

(36 reviews)

  • Facility

    4.5

  • Staff

    4.7

  • Food

    4.5

  • Activities

    4.0

  • Value

    3.0

Joan

4

January 24, 2024

I visited this facility

I like Atria Walnut Creek. I like their activities. I like their menu. I like the personnel that I met. What I didn't like was that the units were all very small, and I needed something bigger. They didn't have any two bedrooms. They gave me a whole brochure on everything that they had. They have a nice little cafe in between meals that looked very nice to me, and the rooms were well-kept. Everything was clean and new. One of them had a stove, which I liked, and two of them did not.

Mariana

5

June 24, 2023

I am a friend or relative of a current/past resident

I visited someone who was at Atria Walnut Creek. The overall experience was very good. It was very clean. My friend's mother had a very nice view. There's a sliding glass door that looked out into a nice view, so that was nice. The room was like a studio. Everything was in one room except for the bathroom, but that seemed okay. She had her own furniture, so it was very cozy. I walked by the dining room, and I see they had activities. There's a shuttle that takes them places, so I thought that was good. They had game tables there, so people played games. They had a party to where all the residents were invited, and that was nice, too. She had no complaints with the staff, and she's a complainer, so that was something. She didn't complain about the food, too. It was kind of a high-end place. It's very expensive.

Susan

4

March 2, 2023

I visited this facility

I liked that Atria Walnut Creek had a great feeling of warmth. I noticed that the person who took us about spoke to all of the residents. We stayed and had a meal there, and it was very good. And the staff were very helpful, they were very nice. The grounds were somewhat limited in terms of outdoor space. The facility also had an elevator that had been out for several weeks. There were other elevators in the building, but this was kind of the main one closest to the dining area, and evidently, it had been an ongoing thing because residents were complaining. I was looking at a one-bedroom, it was spacious. The ones I got to see did face an open space like a side of the hill where you weren't looking at other houses or other things. It was quite pleasant, and I could see myself being comfortable there.

J. Parker

5

December 22, 2022

I am a friend or relative of a current/past resident

My brother was at Atria Walnut Creek. It was very good. He just needed more care than what they could offer him after he came out of the hospital for the second time. It's beautiful. It's very nice. He had an efficiency apartment, and it was 420 square feet, which for an efficiency is quite a huge place. The people that came to bathe him and helped him to meals and things like that were just wonderful. I ate there a couple of times, and the food was very good. They had a lot of activities that they could do. They had a movie theater. They had a gym with some equipment. They had exercise facilities. He was pretty much confined to a wheelchair, so he didn't participate in much of that. I was very pleased with it. They also had a library, a computer station, and transportation to doctors in the area.

Wally

5

April 12, 2022

I visited this facility

Atria Walnut Creek was very nice. It certainly was a good possibility for us. It's one of those places where when your status changes, your room stays the same. Seemed like they had all the services that one might need there. So, I thought it was good. The rooms looked nice. We looked at a large one-bedroom and it was adequate. They have cafeterias, the meals are included, and they have PT available.

Provider Response

Hi Wally, It was our pleasure to show you and your family our community. Thank you for sharing your experience!

Mark

5

October 26, 2021

I visited this facility

Our tour at Atria Walnut Creek was great. We were greeted professionally. While they were waiting on our appointment individual, they made sure we were comfortable and tended to any needs we might have had. The sales director/marketing director came out and talked to us. We went into her office, we talked for a while, explained the situation, and reviewed our options. She took us on a tour and we saw great staff interaction with the residents. Something is going on to keep the residents engaged. The grounds and facilities were superb. It's one of the only two so far we've visited that we would consider putting my mother in. The dining area was clean as well. They were serving lunch, the food looked good, cooked, and it looked like a well-balanced meal.

Chris

4

September 15, 2021

I visited this facility

I liked that Atria Walnut Creek has a large number of caregivers. They have a four to nine ratio of residents and caregivers. The rooms were clean, carpeted, and everybody was certified, whether it was the CNA or a state certification. They were a large facility with nice area, and the rooms were not too expensive.

jageesh

2

March 23, 2021

I am a friend or relative of a current/past resident

We are very disappointed after being there three years. While the memory care staff and nurses were fabulous and seemed to truly care about our aunt, the administration is awful. Lack of communication is rampant and since her brother did not have email, he was constantly stressed trying to speak to care personnel for his sister on the phone. Often it would be days before he could get a response. I had to be brought in to help. When phone calls proved insufficient, I turned to emails to get faster response. While we understood the need to stay away due to Covid19, the lack of information that was coming to us regarding her condition was appalling. There was little explanation or information, no attempt to put her on video calls or any other sympathetic contact regarding her health. When she started having mobility issues they forced us to pay for 24-hour care which for two weeks amounted to over $7000! That plus the $9300 a month that covered what?? We thought that fee covered this sort of thing but then hospice was brought in instead of us having to hire private help. The limitations of covid again reduced the amount of care they were able to provide with insistence that the facility had ample care staff. Since her brother couldn't communicate with her, he insisted on moving her out. We gave notice for the month of February on January 31. On March 5th they submitted their autopayment from her account anyway. When I asked for a refund, they deducted rent for March 1 and 2! That is unfair considering we paid for the 28 days of February the same amount as we pay every other month!! To make matters worse, when we were preparing to move her out we were told we were not allowed in the facility for Covid restrictions, so they would have staff pack her stuff into boxes and we would show up with the truck in the parking lot to load. We showed up 3 hours before her ambulatory transport and simply waited around for nothing! We then found out that absolutely nothing was packed or ready to go and the move turned into a 2 day ordeal!! Not only that but when we took apart the apartment we found it to be the most unhealthy disgusting mess we could never have expected! I found poop stains on the underside of her couch cushions as well as mouse droppings and chewed up papers. I don't know when the rodent invasion happened but the fact that the facility did not do ANY basic cleaning of the apartments, makes me believe this is not a healthy atmosphere to be in! Perhaps it was already there when she moved from their assisted facility to memory care, but no one bothered to vacuum it up!!! Her clothes had to be thrown away as did much of her fabric furniture due to mold, mildew and dirt among other things! I can't believe that they would 1) continue to charge us after such awful treatment 2) not do basic disinfecting cleaning in the apartment and bathroom! It was really very gross and I am shocked that this is how a facility for elderly is run. While we really loved the care staff and felt they did their jobs the best they could, the management needs to take notice of the cleaning of their clients' living spaces and be more compassionate! One would think cleanliness is a priority in such circumstances! The excuse that no one was allowed to enter the building is lame. Having been a tenant for almost 3 years, I would have thought her send off would have been more agreeable and kind but it was extremely stressful and depressing. Our aunt was also almost catatonic which we were not warned of and so our first time seeing her in over a year was a slap in the face. Medical transport said they weren't sure if she'd make the 7 miles move. Just a couple of weeks later, her demeanor improved and she is alert and talking albeit not clearly as she was before due to her health issues.

Provider Response

"Hello, Thank you for sharing your concerns. It’s unfortunate that your aunt’s experience with us did not reflect our commitment to being a great place to live. I have shared your feedback with our Regional Vice President. If you'd like to personally speak further, please don't hesitate to contact us.

V.S.

4

March 5, 2021

I visited this facility

I went to Atria Walnut Creek. They combined their assisted living and their independent living. You don't have to move if you go in as independent. It has access to assisted living care, and you don't have to move out of the apartment. I saw the facilities, I was able to go and visit the rooms, and I was able to go into various areas of the facility that are accessible. As far as very specific to assisted living, that would be very difficult to go and assert other than what the staff told me. They were very friendly, very personable, cheerful, and the interaction with the residents was on a first name basis, so that was great. I was able to go into the dining areas, but I was not able to try the food. There was a standard menu posted on the outside for the bistro, but not their standard menu for what they were serving that day. The bistro, I guess, is what they offer all the time. Some of the activities are pre-COVID, some of it is current COVID times. They've got bingo, barbecue, and exercise classes. They have a fireplace, a fitness room, an outdoor fountain, a library, and a movie theater. Some of these things are not used right now, but they have the ability once they open up again. They have music, access to pet therapy, picnic tables, and various activity programs, but again they don't have those now.

Krissy

4

July 2, 2019

I visited this facility

We had a tour of Atria Walnut Creek. It was combined memory care and assisted living, and we really liked the fact that Mom could start at assisted living, and go into memory care. It's beautifully decorated, had a nice entryway, the rooms gave our mom more space, the staff was lovely, she answered our questions, and she was just helpful, personable, and compassionate.

Al

5

June 10, 2018

I visited this facility

We visited Atria Walnut Creek. It had very nice facilities, and everything was all modern and new. The amenities were outstanding. They had a library, a superb movie theater, piano, music room, and outdoor areas. It was outstanding for comfort and relaxation. The condition of the facilities were superb, and the place was extremely clean. The food was great and had a large variety of quality options to choose from.

SonjaYDBAE

4

May 22, 2016

I visited this facility

Atria Walnut Creek was very pleasant. When you walk in, it’s nice, feels good, and has friendly people. The overall impression was very favorable. The community was good. I was not disappointed.

Jo26

5

April 15, 2016

I visited this facility

Atria Walnut Creek was a wonderful place but too big for my sister. I loved it because it was very nice and had lots of activities. The rooms were nice; you furnish your own room, but you can rent their furniture if you want to. The decor in the dining room was very nice. It was like walking into a nice restaurant.

Camille M.

5

February 26, 2016

I visited this facility

Atria Walnut Creek was obviously recently remodeled as it was much more open and very spacious. The activities schedule was posted. The staff people were in uniforms and very welcoming. The facility had a very appealing outdoor setting along with an outdoor dining, which was a plus at this newer facility. The rooms were quite nice.

Anonymous98733950

3

February 16, 2016

I visited this facility

The Atria Walnut Creek is a smaller facility, and they were asking way too much for what they offer. I just don’t understand it. I could afford it, but I saw they were trying to get too much money for what they’re offering, and I think they know it. Obviously, some people will rent it no matter what, but other people, like me, may have some doubts about it. If I have to move anywhere, it’s not going to be Atria.

Provider Response

Thank you for visiting Atria Walnut Creek. I’m sorry that our community was not a good fit for you at this time but I invite you to return for a visit anytime and let me know if you have any questions by reaching me at customerservice@atriaseniorliving.com.

Anonymous116422250

5

November 30, 2015

I visited this facility

We were very impressed with Atria Walnut Creek. Unfortunately, my mother-in-law had failed enough that she was on oxygen, and Atria could not accommodate that kind of higher care, but it was wonderful. The people who were sitting out in front seemed content. They were friendly toward each other, and they seemed to be adjusting well. We went into the office, and a lady resident came complaining about another resident, and it was handled very well. If my mother-in-law was able to move from her home to come up here, she would be very pleased. We saw a one-bedroom and a bedroom with a living room, and they were lovely. There's a little kitchenette too. The main thing that was impressive was the different activities to those that were capable of being out and about to go and see various places, if they could be able to handle the stress of getting in a car and being in a car for an hour. It is a good place for someone transitioning that may or may not be able to stay at home, maybe out of fear or just a little bit unsteady, and still be able to be actively engaged. They had games and movies going.

Caring108161050

5

June 15, 2015

I visited this facility

We visited Atria, and my mother would be moving there this week. The staff was very helpful. The rooms were very nice. They just had been renovated. They take very good care of their folks who were in there. The dining area was very clean with a nice staff, and the food's presentation was very good. There were games and outings. They kept them involved. They would provide transportation for her to get to appointments and stuff. It was a very good experience. I would not leave her there if it wasn't.

Caring103020250

5

March 8, 2015

I visited this facility

I visited the Atria up in Walnut Creek. The food impressed me. Actually, the whole place impressed me. I don't know about the staff although they seem to be OK. The people I talked to seemed to be good. I actually liked this place. They seem to have quite a few activities, but I really don't know because I didn't really see anybody doing anything. They did have a group of women sitting around a table talking to each other. I think it was some kind of meeting, but I don't know. The general appearance of the place is very good. It is excellent. They had two types of studio. They had a one bedroom apartment which I thought one was larger than the other as far as the studio, so they offered some variety as far as the studio is concerned. The one bedroom is of a pretty good size with a little kitchenette in it. I thought the food was very good. Plus, there was a large variety. I thought it was great; in fact, that's where I wanted my aunt to go, but she wanted to go to the other place.

Taylor45

4

November 12, 2014

I visited this facility

I have visited quite a number of facilities over the years -- for my grandmother, my mother and my ex-husband. Although the levels of care for each of these family members was different, I have seen and experienced caregiving at 8 facilities. I feel confident that I can accurately assess the benefits/shortcomings of every facility with which I have had family contact. I would heartily recommend Atria Montego to the client seeking care at this financial level. My husband liked it very much (the food is superior), but he is reluctant to leave the cohort with which he has become familiar at his present facility.

Carlene3

5

April 21, 2014

I visited this facility

We visited Atria Montego Heights, and the young lady we met was very pleasant. She was very easy to talk with, and you could tell that she really loved her job. It was remarkable how really invested in providing the best care for the elderly she was; it was clearly her goal. It felt comfortable talking to her. She was so approachable and helpful. They offered a lot of things. They had a list in the common area for activities like crafts, bingo, shopping, games, dominoes, and they had a lot of social time. The place was very nice and warm. I thought they were undergoing remodeling, and they had transitioned some of the residents from one wing to another section so that the rooms could be remodeled, but they had not started re-constructing the room.

Caring60111350

5

February 28, 2014

I visited this facility

Atria Montego Heights was in the process of "re-model," so they have older rooms and then the newer rooms. They seemed to have a good assortment of activities. They would have movie nights and excursions to go off campus to different places around town. They have different games going on. The staff was fantastic. They gave us a tour and answered all our questions. They were really good. What I like best about this facility was the girl that worked there. I like the way she interacted with the people; it was very respectful. There was something there that was different than the other places that I saw, like somehow it was "re-dignified." I thought the interaction there was very respectful.

Caring64977550

4

January 28, 2014

I visited this facility

Interestingly enough, the tour was given to me by the guy who's the head of maintenance at Atria. He was absolutely delightful. He knew every resident by name, he knew which room they were in. A couple of them came up to him and said they needed the light bulb replaced and he said it's already been done. He was on his radio immediately to people. He, alone, impressed me very, very much. He reviewed all the activities. I talked to him about emergency planning. That's my area of expertise and he showed me their emergency plan. He talked about his emergency plan and he just lit up when he discussed it which was very impressive. One thing that I know is it's a very sensitive area. I asked him about language because a good number of people in healthcare come from other countries and it's very difficult for elderly people to understand them. I'd worked in hospitals for 40 years and he said they are absolutely forbidden to speak a foreign language in front of the client which I thought was very interesting. If they want to talk in whatever language while they're on breaks, fine but I do know that elderly people don't understand because they can't hear normal people or normal accents or lack of accents. He alone sold the place, he was just magnificent. The room was small but at that point they had a sale going on. It was a one-third off of the rent for perpetuity plus there was a waiver on the administrative fee. Unfortunately, we weren't able to take advantage of it but I thought that was really interesting. He was the only staff member I met but if any of them are half his kind and gracious as he, then it must be a wonderful place. He was amazing. I can't sing his praises enough. One thing that people may be interested in is they have a flexible eating schedule. It's not that we sit down at 3:30 and we sit down at 5:00. You go in when you want to. It's a very nice feature. You can order what they have or order off the menu or whatever but it's a flexible eating time that would have appealed to my mother had she got along with the program. I would have loved to have my mother there but that was not to be.

Caring75554350

5

December 27, 2013

I visited this facility

Atria Montego Heights was a beautiful facility. I would love to have my mom there. It was just a little bit out of our reach as far as the expense. However, everybody was pleasant. I very much enjoyed my tour there. Their dining room was beautiful. I didn't eat there but the food looked very good.

Caring74624550

2

November 21, 2013

I visited this facility

The Atria has four levels. The rooms have no facilities for cooking. There's no place you could make a cup of coffee or anything like that. The rooms were clean but not spacious. The staff appeared wonderful and the service seemed very good. The dining area was spacious and very nice and the food was good. What stood out to us was the fact that it was not for us. We would not be happy there. The facility was fine for people who could take that regime but it was not for us. I wouldn't recommend it to anybody because we didn't like it.

Provider Response

Thank you for providing feedback on your recent visit and for considering Montego Heights. At Atria, we not only take our residents’ safety very seriously, we also encourage them to take full advantage of all the convenient amenities we have to offer outside of their apartments, such as our anytime café, where we provide complimentary snacks and beverages. If we can be of any help in the future or direct you to one of our other communities in the area that may better suit your needs, please let us know! We can be reached at (561) 965-7200 or customerservice@atriaseniorliving.com (please include the Atria community name in your subject line).

Rosalie3

4

October 5, 2013

I visited this facility

I had visited Atria Montego and it was wonderful. It was a very pretty facility. Everything looked clean, well kept and landscaped. It wasn't too big it was only two or three stories and I liked it. However, I couldn't afford it.

Caring02771

4

September 26, 2013

I visited this facility

I had lunch at Atria Montego and the food was good. I liked it spicier, but I think it is okay. They were so nice and it's close to my daughter. Everybody there looked very happy. The staff are all very pleasant from the nurses to the people who cleans the room. The rooms are big and that means a lot to people. It has a pleasant view, but it didn't have a pool and that's the only thing because I like to just walk in the water as it is good for my arthritis.

Provider Response

I'm so glad to hear that you have been pleased with our community! We strive to exceed expectations every day and we welcome any suggestions that you may have. In regards to the pool, Clarke Memorial Swim Center is located just down the street and we are happy to transport our residents there for some relaxing time in the water. If we can answer any questions or be of further assistance, please contact us at customerservice@atriaseniorliving.com and be sure to include the Atria community name in your subject line.

Caring 6350

5

July 25, 2013

I am a friend or relative of a resident

My mom likes Atria. Everything checked out and so I moved her in there. I got her in a studio apartment. We are happy with where my mom is now. What really made the difference was the director of this facility. During our visit, I told this person that my mom was scared of moving in because she was always with her family. What she did was she actually got down on her knees, took my mom's hands in hers, looked her in the eyes and said, "Well, we're your extended family. Everybody here is your extended family." She was so sincere in saying that, and it is true because when my mom moved in, everybody knew her name. They made it to a point to introduce themselves to her the first week, so she would feel very much at home, which is surprising because my mom is not that outgoing. I think their director has people-sense, she knows people and remembers their names. She is just terrific. All those people working there seem to like what they are doing and they are upfront and very easy to talk to. Their dining room is a big place and my mom doesn't know anybody there and was afraid to eat by herself. So the one in charge of their dining room, put my mom at a table with four other ladies that she thought would match her and that worked great because instantly my mom felt that she belonged to that group.

Paul11

4

July 12, 2013

I visited this facility

We needed to be in a respite care situation for about 12 days and I found Atria Montego Heights for this purpose. I would be moving there by the 1st of August. We like their program. They seem to have covered all bases with everything that I would need. Their rooms are nicely furnished and there are rooms that are not too far from the elevator to go down for meals and so forth. During our visit, we mainly had dessert that they prepared and they gave us to take home and I thought it was excellent. We looked at the menus and everything that they have and it looked very nice. Also their staff was very nice and very considerate in trying to answer questions and seemed forthrightly.

Caring865

4

July 11, 2013

I am a friend or relative of a resident

My dad is in the Atria Montego Heights. I chose this place because of the price and their services like medication management, and all kinds of care. The staff is all great. I would give them an excellent rating and I wish he could stay. He has a nice studio with a deck; it's very spacious and comfortable. He likes the food.

Mom and me

2

April 10, 2013

I am a friend or relative of resident

I would like to rate this 3 or 4 stars, but cannot at the time. First, this is an older building, so don't expect much in the area of building aesthetics. However, many rooms have views of surrounding hills and trees so it makes up for the lack of indoor appeal. The food is satisfying and served almost any time during the day. There is also a 24 hour cafe to pick up a yogurt or sandwich or drink. There are plenty of activities to choose from each day if one so wishes. There is also transportation to doctor appointments if arranged in a timely fashion. What makes this a 2 star review is the level of care for assisted living. A few months ago new management came in and shortly afterwards, some long term staff ended their employment. It now seems to be a revolving door with the med techs. Several times they have not come to my mother's room until 9:30pm or 10pm at night. This break in routine makes my mom agitated and afraid. It is not the med tech's fault, as they are usually working a double area due to lack of staff"¦again. I don't know what the problem is, but it definitely needs to be addressed. New employees are overwhelmed and overworked, and management does not seem to be able to support them in any helpful way. I hope they figure things out soon, but it doesn't look too optimistic at the moment.

Provider Response

I'm so sorry to hear about your experience. I would like to clarify that this community is still under the management of Atria Senior Living. Atria prides itself on delivering excellence to our residents and employees. The changes that our community is experiencing will result in an improved medication management system, in addition to other areas. We appreciate your feedback very much and welcome the opportunity to discuss your experience further. Please contact us at customerservice@atriaseniorliving.com (be sure to include the community name in the subject line.)

We truly look forward to helping you.

KSobeleska

3

February 29, 2012

I am a friend or relative of a resident

I have had various family members live in Montego Heights and have visited them all almost every week thought the years. They do many fun social events to get people to meet each other and socialize. They did concerts, movie nights, dances, fancy dinners and larger gala like events. Also, the food is actually quite good. My only bad comment would be that my family felt like some of the members of our family that needed more asisstance with things like showering and bathroom help found it extremely difficult. Sometimes staff members would not come to help them and other times it took forever to get attention. family members oftentimes went without showering at all. aside from this, however our expeience with montego heights was mostly pleasant. They had other facilities as well such as libraries and gardens. The community also had vans and chofers to take residents wherever they wanted to go.

Provider Response

I appreciate your feedback about our community and am happy to hear that your family members have enjoyed the events and dining options. I regret that you have encountered the issues you mentioned, however. We would welcome the opportunity to discuss the situation in detail and learn how we can further improve your experience with us. Please contact us at customerservice@atriaseniorliving.com so we can set up a time to talk.

hopingandhelping

3

June 9, 2011

Other

The price is right here for assisted living. It's old, hasn't been renovated, but it's well kept. I've placed a number of clients here. It's also near a hospital but not close to much of anything else other than homes and offices. There's a condo right across the street. The rooms are a nice size, and there's little turnover among the staff. The staff seem caring and well trained. Medications management is also good. I don't know much about the food, but I haven't heard any complaints. And there's a nice variety of activities: music, talks, card and games. Those who do best here tend to be frailâ€"�can be in a wheelchair.

Jane-2

2

July 6, 2009

My loved one stayed here

My loved one recently was a long term resident at this facility until a few weeks ago when I decided to relocate them to another facility where they would receive better care, their needs be listened to and timely/accurate medication management. Unfortunately, the quality of food and services has gone from great to very poor, in my estimation, since they initially took residency here a few years ago. The executive management group seems difficult to talk with let along they act on various concerns. My loved one has also experienced numerous thefts of personal items. Relocating to another living facility is often difficult for seniors who have become well established with friendships. If the facility were better maintained, cleaned up and cared for as well as overall services improved, then they would have stayed here. The food especially isn't heart or diabetic friendly and very poorly stocked when they promise a snack is always available. I truely wish this facility the best.

Provider Response

Thank you for your feedback regarding Atria Montego Heights. We are sorry to learn that your experience with our community was dissatisfactory. Atria is proud of the high standard it sets for its senior living communities, and strives to continually improve the experience of all residents and families. We would welcome the opportunity to discuss your experience with us in more detail. Please feel free to email us directly at customerservice@atriaseniorliving.com.

Jean-3

2

December 20, 2008

My loved one stayed here

My loved one lived here for several years until just a couple of months ago, Oct, 2008. She left because they have had such a high turnover rate in the management staff that everything has just gone to pot. The dining room doesnt provide good food for low sodium diets as well as they continue to run out of food for the second seating. The new dining room supervisor isnt willing to listen to the needs of the residents and continues to serve low quality food. The residents are afraid of complaining because they dont want another jack up in their rent. My mom knows of several residents who just moved there this year whose rates are already increasing another 8%. The front desk people are always sharp and don't want to listen to the needs of the residents. Plus, the place is never warm when it should be warm and during the summer the temperatures in the 3rd and 4th floor apartments aren't adequately air conditioned - in fact, they have to often leave the apt. doors open just to get some kind of cooling. The place is just a total mess and no one wants to listen or when you try to contact their corporate offices in Kentucky, they never return your calls or refer you back to the managers. They don't offer much in the way of outside trips and only have one driver who seems to give their all but has no backup. I would highly recommend not putting your loved one here unless you just dont have any other place to put them. Parking is non-existent. The grounds need improving because every chair, table, etc. is either very dirty or worn. Would check out many other newer places in the area if you can.

Provider Response

I value your feedback regarding our community, and regret that you and your loved one were dissatisfied with our service. Please email us at customerservice@atriaseniorliving.com if you would like to discuss further.

Joan-1

5

October 5, 2008

My loved one used this service

My dad has lived here for 3 plus years. He enjoys the many activities and other males living here. He can participate in outings, games, and especially doing things with the other men here. The food is excellent, care givers are kind and understanding to his every need and the managers always try to help solve any problem immediately. I highly recomment Montego Hts to others seeking a place for their parent or parents to live. There seems to be a warm loving atmosphere here where one can enjoy either being alone or with others. The rooms are also nice and spacious. I don't know how I would take care of dad if it weren't for this nice place

Jean-4

5

September 29, 2008

My loved one stayed here

An older facility with much grace and charm. My loved one has been living here for the past 4 years and continues to enjoy the friendly staff, the attention of the caregivers and the excellent dining service & food. Every attempt seems to be made to bring comfort, activities and interest to my loved one. Especially enjoyed are the weekend rides and the activities throughout the week. They listen to my loved ones needs and try to serve her in every way possible. I highly recommend this home away from home that provides better care for my loved one that I could provide.

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Costs for Atria Walnut Creek in Walnut Creek, California

Independent Living

Independent Living is for those who desire the feel of a private residence with the amenities and activities available in a planned community, such as fitness classes, game nights, and group excursions. Services such as cleaning and groundskeeping are often available.

$3,595

Starting Price

Assisted Living

This level of care provides support for those who need help with personal care needs such as cleaning, bathing, and dressing. Residents selecting this level of care are treated to many amenities in a home-like atmosphere, while getting support in their daily lives.

$3,495

Starting Price

Memory Care

Memory Care is specifically designed to meet the needs of those with Alzheimer's or other forms of dementia. Specially trained staff members assist with activities of daily living (such as bathing and dressing) and provide therapies to slow further loss of cognitive abilities.

$9,195

Starting Price

Services and Amenities of Atria Walnut Creek in Walnut Creek, California

Costs

  • Rent Plus Care Fees
  • Entry Fee
  • Fee Structure Extra: We offer a month-to-month rental

Room and housing options

  • 1-bedroom apartments
  • Companion Suites: We offer companion suites for Memory Care only
  • Studio Apartments

Dining options

  • In Room Kitchenette
  • In Room Kitchens
  • Dining Room Shared Meals

About Atria Walnut Creek in Walnut Creek, California

As one of the most trusted senior living providers in the East Bay, Atria Walnut Creek has served families like yours for more than 10 years.

With a continued commitment to quality, they have just completed a full-scale renovation to enhance the beauty and functionality of the community, indoors and out. This includes the creation of an innovative new Life Guidance® memory care neighborhood, designed to meet a growing demand for dementia and Alzheimer's care.

Residents now enjoy a host of upgraded amenities including more than 2,300 square feet of new living space, a completely renovated entranceway, new landscaping and outdoor patio, refurbished common areas, a new modern salon, bistro, private dining room, wellness and cognitive fitness center, and movie theater.

At Atria Walnut Creek, you'll find an active, vibrant lifestyle. A diverse social calendar encourages activity through live entertainment, regular sightseeing outings and continuing education classes. Lovely walking paths and a koi pond give you a quiet place to relax and enjoy the outdoors.

Atria Walnut Creek offers the following services:

  • Staff available 24 hours a day
  • Choice of apartments
  • Cafe offering refreshments throughout the day
  • Full-time director of events and activities
  • Emergency alert system in every apartment
  • Delicious full-service dining experiences every day
  • Housekeeping and linen services
  • Medication distribution provided by trained technicians
  • Scheduled transportation

Atria Senior Living is a leading operator of independent living, assisted living, supportive living and memory care communities in more than 200 locations in 28 states and seven Canadian provinces. We are the residence of choice for more than 20,000 seniors, and the workplace of choice for more than 12,000 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.

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1400 Montego, Walnut Creek, CA 94598

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