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Recognizing the challenges of aging, Atria encourages a fulfilling lifestyle and promoting independence. We are home to 15,000 older Americans in 27 states.
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Exceptional service for our residents. Growth, development and rewards for our employees. Viability for the long term for our company. We listen. We engage life with pride, professionalism, creativity and fun. We strive to enhance lives and exceed expectations every day.
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Atria Senior Living is one of the nation's leading providers of independent living, supportive living, assisted living, and memory care services.
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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.

To learn more about Atria, or to find an Atria community near you, please visit www.atriaseniorliving.com.

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Billie Jean King is Atria's Active Aging Ambassador, Member of the International Council on Active Aging, member of the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC), affiliate of the International Longevity Center, partner with Columbia University to sponsor events to bring industry experts together to share ideas and innovations about aging, partner with internationally renowned Alzheimer's expert and author David Troxel, sponsor of the PBS special Younger Next Year: The New Science of Aging with Dr. Henry Lodge
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Louisville, KY - Knoxville, TN - Portsmouth, RI - Bay Shore, NY - Barrington, RI - Hudson, FL - Stockton, CA - Tucson, AZ - Bethlehem, PA - Briarcliff Manor, NY - Atlanta, GA - Burlingame, CA - Carrollton, TX - Philadelphia, PA - Chandler, AZ -

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Questions to Consider Before Taking on the Role of Family Caregiver

As parents age, their needs grow while their ability to care for themselves declines. This is especially true when a parent lives alone. Unfortunately, many don’t think about how they will care for an aging parent until they’re forced to make a decision.…
Here are some questions to ask yourself before taking on the role of family caregiver.
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Julie | A Social Butterfly

New Year’s Eve was Julie E.’s favorite holiday when she was dating her husband-to-be: “It was so much fun. No house, I wasn’t pregnant. I had a blast!”
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If you asked our residents for gift-giving advice (and they’re the wisest people we know), they’d tell you that people don’t need more “stuff.” They’d say what your family and friends want most is something far more meaningful – spending time with people they care about. Give Gifts of Time. #AtriaGiftsOfTime www.AtriaGiftsOfTime.com
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Despite advances in health care, the aging process itself can limit an older adult’s ability to carry out basic daily living activities. Health problems aren’t always obvious, especially for older adults. Signs of declining health or abilities can be so…
Signs of declining health or abilities can be so subtle that neither the parent – nor their children or caregiver – may realize help is needed.
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Over the years, Evelyn S. has gone by two nicknames. As a child, it was Toothpick because she was so thin. These days, she prefers Gigi in honor of her status as a great-grandmother.
Evelyn credits her positive attitude for helping her reach the age of 99.
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Sam | A True Gentleman

In the 1940s, Sam A. purchased the Chestnut Beer Garden in Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio, and ran the small neighborhood bar for more than 30 years. It was a good life, and he and his wife, Fanny, spent every winter at their second home in Delray Beach, Florida,…
Centenarian and Atria Resident Sam’s secret to longevity is being a gentleman.
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Being the primary caregiver for a person with Alzheimer’s or dementia can be especially tough during the busy, bright and noisy holidays. Fortunately, there are steps you can take to keep your holidays happy, meaningful and stress-free – for everyone.…
Follow these tips to keep your holidays happy, meaningful and stress-free when caring for a person with Alzheimer’s or dementia.
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Knowing When it’s Time for a Parent to Stop Driving

Have you ever needed a car repair and found yourself at the mercy of a friend, taxi or subway? The ability to drive means freedom, and without it you have to rely on other, less convenient means of transportation. Even temporary inconveniences like these…
For older adults who can no longer drive safely, losing the privilege of driving can be difficult for them and their family.
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Marjorie B. worked as an educational textbook editor at Harper & Brothers, but once held a job at Chrysler during World War II, testing and reassembling rifles while blindfolded.
Atria on the Hudson resident Marjorie B. owes her longevity to “being well taken care of by her loving husband.”
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Nearly 70 years ago, Jean S. – a resident at Atria Evergreen Woods in Florida – returned home after serving as an Army nurse in the China-Burma-India Theater. For three years she cared for sick and injured soldiers in a bamboo ward stationed near an…
JeanS, a 96-year-old Army Nurse veteran and Atria Evergreen Woods resident, was recognized on an Honor Flight to Washington, D.C.
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It would have been easy for her to quit. Numerous injuries kept Nicole Stevens off the balance beam for long periods of time as she pursued her gymnastic goals. But she was determined to succeed, putting in countless hours of physical therapy to build the…
Ronnie Boatman Scholarships have been awarded to 43 children/legal dependents of Atria Senior Living employees to date.
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