We visited Atria North Point. It's an older community and was more established. Kathy, their Community Sales Director, was just a wealth of information, of things that that we could look for, and the questions that we should ask if we stayed with her facility or another facility. She invited us back for lunch or dinner, come and visit and this and that. We went and saw the rooms there. We did the walk around the independent living. One of the nice things was, that they had covered parking. It's like we're coming from a home, and we have a garage. They had covered parking on the wing that you would be if you stayed in the main where the apartments were. They also had two-bedroom villas. They had a wealth of facilities in both facilities.
My husband is a veteran, so that is another plus, that they said that veteran amenities would be available, and that he could get services for that. Kathy was above and beyond for information because this was our first time, and she was just right on the ball.
They had this sweetest little old lady. I'm 75, and this girl, I think she's 89 or in her nineties. She is on the welcoming committee. She just came right into our meeting and had her jewel, necklace, and her dangly earrings and makeup on, and she explained why we should be there. Honest to God, it made your whole day. I mean, if you didn't go out of there smiling, it was your own fault because she wanted to make sure that this was the place to be. It was like, "Oh, my goodness, how sweet." It was just very nice. We were greeted when we came in, and our name was on a placard, and we were welcomed; Kathy is a top-notch salesperson.
It was lovely; if we move there, I wouldn't have hesitation if that's where we settled.