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Atria Summit Ridge
4880 Summit Ridge Drive, Reno, NV 89523
Based on 36 reviews
Services and Housing OptionsIndependent Living, Assisted Living
For Pricing & Availability(800) 780-8101
To Reach a Resident(775) 787-3000
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Atria Summit Ridge DescriptionJust five minutes from downtown and set on a hilltop with panoramic views of the Sierra Mountain peaks, Atria Summit Ridge is an independent living community that offers residents an active and comfortable lifestyle. Your community is a great place to live! Chef-prepared gourmet cuisines are something to relish every day. Get together with your besties and enjoy a movie night out at the theater! The private dining room is perfect for special occasions, and the concierge can help you with transportation to run errands. Atria provides ample opportunity for residents to stay sharp and spry by engaging in mentally and physically stimulating activities.
Assisted LivingAt our facility, you will be treated with the utmost care and respect by our kind staff 24/7. At assisted living facilities, residents can get help with bathing, medications, and other needs as needed. This allows them to live independently while still getting the support they need.
DiningGather around the table with your neighbors and enjoy a meal made from fresh, local ingredients. Bon appetit! Healthy menu selections that complement your daily nutrition needs are available with table service. Are you on a no-salt or no-concentrated sweet diet? The culinary team at Atria Senior Living creates delicious, health-promoting meals using fresh ingredients and time-honored recipes.
Parent OrganizationAtria Summit Ridge is a member of a larger group of communities called Atria Senior Living
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AmenitiesAt Atria Summit Ridge, residents can enjoy a variety of luxurious amenities such as a private dining room and parking, an outdoor courtyard with barbecue grill, patio with outdoor grill, resident garden, library with books to choose from, movie theater, salon with hairdryer in each bathroom and Wi-Fi in common areas.
ServicesAtria Summit Ridge provides a wide range of services to its residents. 24-hour staff is available to ensure their safety and security, while the concierge service is on hand to help with any requests or concerns. An emergency alert system is in place for any medical emergencies, and daily educational, social, cultural and fitness opportunities are offered for residents to take advantage of. Delicious chef-prepared meals are served 3 times a day, and housekeeping and linen services are also provided.
Assisted Living Services and AmenitiesAtria Summit Ridge provides an array of assisted living services and amenities. These include 24/7 access to a licensed nurse and discreet support, assistance getting out of bed or chairs, personal grooming assistance such as bathing and getting dressed, escorts to and from meals and events, accommodations for low-salt and low-sugar diets, incontinence management including toileting assistance, and safety and wellness checks. All of these services are available to ensure the highest level of care for their residents.
private dining room available for special occasions
full-service salon and spa
escort and transfer assistance available
scheduled transportation to local appointments, errands and events
maintenance of apartment, community and grounds
housekeeping and linen services
wi-fi in common areas
cable or satellite tv
emergency alert pendant or wristband
emergency alert system
resident garden space
individual thermostat control
kitchen or kitchenette
selection of floor plans
Employee Reviews for Atria Senior Living in Reno, Nevada
5 out of 5 stars. Based on 1 reviewsEmployees in the Reno, NV area who work for Atria Senior Living have a lot of positive things to say about their experience. They appreciate the extra rewards and incentives that are offered in addition to their salary, and they feel that there is plenty of room for growth for reliable workers. The only downside that employees have noted is that the starting base pay from day one might not be as high as they would like. Employees have advised management to be more empathetic and sympathetic towards their lower level workers when allocating hours to different departments, and to research the housing market changes in areas and how that's affecting their employees' costs of living when choosing pay rates. Overall, employees are very satisfied with their experience working for Atria Senior Living in the Reno, NV area.
Employee Reviews for Atria Senior Living
2.96 out of 5 stars. Based on 1000 reviewsOverall, employees at Atria Senior Living have a generally positive experience. They appreciate the great team atmosphere, friendly people, and resources available to management. They also appreciate the flexibility and benefits, such as free meals, that come with the job. However, there are some issues with management turnover, lack of support from support staff, lack of appreciation for employees, and lack of work/life balance. Employees suggest that management should listen to their employees and take their suggestions into consideration, as well as provide better training and more appreciation for employees.
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LicensingThis community is licensed by the state of NV. It is a large-sized community with 85 total beds.
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Atria has been a blessing for our family! They have brought my grandmother in as family and made her feel at home. I couldn't be happier with the friends and entertainment that is always provided. And a special shout out to Katherine! She is truly the heart of the community and makes sure all of the families and residents feel special all of the time.
I highly recommend Atria. My mother did not go there willingly. The staff was wonderful in making her feel at home, and within a week she was taking in almost all of the events. We knew she would thrive there, but she had been set in her ways. The food is delicious, and Chef Paul is always asking for feedback from the residents. The facility is always clean, and reminds us of a luxury hotel setting.
My 92 year old Mother moved to Atria in October 2018. The facility is beautiful, warm and inviting. The Atria staff are truly Exceptional. They are all caring, professional people who have a real gift for working with the elderly. The entertainment programs at Atria are excellent, plentiful and varied. Mom has much more socialization now than she had when she was living alone and she enjoys the activities immensely. Bravo Atria!! Thank you for making Mom’s transition to Assisted Living a pleasure for everyone in our family!
My mother first arrived at Atria in April of 2016 and planned to stay just long enough to recover from her hip replacement surgery. By the time she she was released from the doctor's care she was so happy at Atria that she didn't want to leave. The staff at Atria is outstanding! There is always a smile from each one and they treat the residents with kindness and the utmost respect. Katherine, the Engage Life Director is a happy, loving and giving person who organizes activities that encourage residents to develop themselves mentally, physically and emotionally. She organizes games, trips and tours, art classes, philanthropic activities, parties, weekly entertainment and programs with local musicians and schools. There is always something going on at Atria!! This is exactly what my mother needs and wants! She is a very social person who loves the ability to make friends with other seniors and yet has her own apartment to call home. Atria is a beautiful place that is full of life and love and the care that each resident needs. How could life get any better??
We chose Atria at Summit Ridge for my mother in law. My wife and I researched a lot of places. We are very happy with the studio she has and the service is very good. The food is excellent and everyone really cares. The buildings are beautiful, they provide transportation, activities, house cleaning, laundry and bed changing and they care about the details. My mother in law is thriving and happy. I highly recommend Atria. Stacey and Natasha made the process easy also.
Thank you Atria's staff for doing a stupendous job for keeping all the residents safe during covid pandemic. I am very pleased with the staff that helps my mother on daily basis with all her needs, specifically they are very cognizant of her medical needs. Andrew, Natasha, Amanda, Nanette, Elaine and Joey are few staff members that I personally can say goes over and beyond their job descriptions to accommodate my requests. I would recommend Atria very highly for your loved ones if in need of assisted living.
I'm not sure if I should be doing this review here but I'm going to do it anyway. I was leaving Olive Garden/Reno last week and sat on the bench and waited for my husband to come out of the restroom. The white Atria van pulled up and several elderly ladies walked up with walkers. I opened the door for them and they stated they had to wait until the entire party exited the van before they could enter Olive Garden (understandable). Just then a gray or blond haired, late middle aged, female caretaker walks up and started yelling to the Seniors to move out of the way and to "Get to the side!". "You all know better!" and "MOVE!" etc. She was downright NASTY. One of the seniors witnessed my facial expressions toward the caretaker and told me not to worry because they were like kindergartners anyway. I noticed an elderly man about looking pitiful as he too walked with his walker toward the door. Maybe the caretaker was having a bad day? Look, this is unacceptable and our elderly deserve to be spoken to in a kind manner even if they may have a difficult nature. I'm sure they have raised children, worked, paid taxes, and have contributed to this society. Even if they had done nothing, it's still unacceptable to be talked to this way. That caretaker is just a few days from being in that Center herself and she will get to see how it feels to be treated with disrespect. Please hire people with patience as this is someone's Mother, Father, Brother, Sister, etc. I hope I'm not over reacting which is something I don't normally do.
I brought my older brother to Atria Summit Ridge a little over 4 months ago. It has been a very different experience for him, but everyone at Atria has tried to make him comfortable and happy with his new home. In particular, Ernie initially was the biggest help with setting up his apartment since most of my brothers personal belongings were still in Washington State. There are so many other kind and caring staff from the dining room to the med tech's. Betty and Lisa have been so helpful and kind, I don't know what I would do without them! Everyone seems to love working here, which makes for a pleasant and fun place to live.
Placing a parent in Atria at Summit Ridge has been one of the best decisions that our family has made and I believe that it has added years to my father's life. So much of it has to do with the fantastic staff. Three people have been instrumental at enhancing the quality of my father's life in three very distinct ways. No one person is more important or more favored than another. We love them all.First off, Katelyn: she was the first person I met when I walked into Atria 2 and 1/2 years ago. I've watched her be promoted from receptionist, to bookkeeper and finally director. Her warmth, concern, diligence and integrity have warranted these advances. She truly cares about each resident. I can come to her at anytime for anything and I am always greeted with not just a smile, but also a call to action. She does what she says and knowing that she is running the helm gives me confidence.Second, Carrie is the personality behind Atria, from her fantastic themed parties and bingo extravaganzas to her exercise and art classes, She brings life and excitement to an environment that hungers for it. When I grow up, I want to be Carrie.And lastly, Ernie. He goes the extra mile for my dad in keeping his surroundings safe, clean and over-the-top comfortable. He makes my dad feel like he's the only resident that lives there.I love these three. They are near and dear to my heart and I am so thankful that they make Atria what it is. You guys rock!!!!!
Atria Summit Ridge truly provides a great environment for the residents and staff of our community. Working for Atria just under two months, but in the industry for more than a decade I can appreciate the core values of this company. The friendly smiles daily from all the staff are a true representation of the quality of life. At Atria Summit Ridge, we are not just a community but a warm-loving home to all that enter.I would like to take the time to share the love about an outstanding engaged life program, full of social and physical activities lead by Kerrie Anastassatos-Hon. Here is just one example of Kerrie "Sharing The Love". While leading exercise, Kerrie noticed that the residents kept beat to the rhythms on the day that she wore her tap shoes. So Kerrie and our Executive Director Kaitlin Peitz ordered tap shoes for the residents that attend this activity. This is such an exciting way to truly engage life.
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