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Experience the best of senior living in Virginia Beach, VA at Discovery Commons Virginia Beach. Come visit and see for yourself why seniors from far and near choose Virginia Beach as their favored senior living community when you’re scheduling a tour today!At Discovery Commons Virginia Beach, our apartment homes and practical suites create a welcoming and warm setting for enjoying everyday life. Moreover, with our top-class amenities and friendly care professionals providing a helping hand where it is needed, 24/7, 7 days a week, our community is this area’s number one pick for top-quality value and Assisted Living. Here, you or your loved one can delight in three, meals prepared by high-class chefs each day, and partake in social events and daily activities. Simply relax and visit with friends or family in the community or get connected to Virginia Beach’s plentiful, modern-day entertainment options.I’ve been very happy with them across the board. So has my mother. Everyone we’ve dealt with, both before we moved her in and since then, has been helpful and friendly. My mom says that everyone there has been really great to her. She didn’t want to go at first, but I’ve been pleasantly surprised how happy she has been. The facility is really nice, and there’s a nice little outdoor area where they can sit. It’s a covered space, so you can still go out if it’s raining. Really the only area for improvement would be the meals. She would just like to see more vegetables. The staff here have great communication, they are very informative and have no issues answering our questions. The billing is very straight forward, everything is very clear and upfront. Our loved one is very happy with the food and the layout of the building. She has a spacious one bedroom apartment, and has house keeping come to help with the laundry. There are also a ton of activities for the residents to do.This community was okay and the person who did the tour was great. There was just another community that worked better for my loved one and was smaller. They have been absolutely great. My mom was in a different facility and moved to Atria, and she has really enjoyed being there. She’s really very happy. It has been a very positive move, and we could tell that it was going to be from the minute we walked in the door. It’s a warm and friendly environment. There’s a lot of care and concern from all members of the staff. My mom has been able to make friends, and she reports that she’s really happy with the food.Getting mom’s meds sorted in the move has been a bit of a hassle, and I think the nurses could be a bit more helpful than they have been. Mom loves it there and is very happy with her choice. She particularly comments on how friendly everyone on staff is.The residents are pretty much left on their own thoughout the day, except at med time and meal time. The staff in the memory unit working with residents were very nice, but I believe there were understaffed. My sister suffers from early onset dementia and I was hoping the Memory Care unit at this facility would be a good fit for her, sadly it was not. Most of the residents are well in to their 80s, my sister is a young 54 yo. It is my belief that because she was still active, it was too much for the staff and administration, and my sister was asked to leave. I would think all Memory Care facilities were trained in dealing with all types of dementia in all age groups.It has been a really good successful hit having our loved one here, they really understand our loved ones needs and level of comfort. They have a concierge desk that still has families and visitors check in and out and have their temperature taking, their hours are 8AM to 8PM so it gives the residents and families plenty of time to ask questions during the days or ask for assistance which is really helpful. They do not want residents just sitting in their rooms they want them out and about engaging with the community. They have a lot of different and appropriate activities and a lot of the activities do not require advanced notice or sign-ups so it takes the pressure off our loved one having to sign up and then deciding to not go. They provide meals which has been great – our loved one desperately needed to gain weight and she has been. The value for the money is absolutely incredible. We really like the fact that if our loved one starts to need additional care and assistance she does not have to move out of her room, she can stay there and receive the required services. The only time she would need to move would be for memory care.Hello Bob, Your feedback is important to us, so thank you for sharing your experience. We take pride in delivering quality service each and every day for our residents. We assign review scores to give a more reliable view into senior living communities and home care agencies. Our review scores prioritize reviews that are recent — the past 24 months — because we know families need current information when choosing senior care. Hello, We appreciate your feedback of the menu. Please know our chef and Executive Director are happy to personally speak with you, as well. Your compliments mean the world to our team. Thank you for sharing!Hello Elizabeth, We’re happy to have your mom call Atria home. We value your feedback of the menu and appreciate your kind compliments of our staff. Thank you for choosing Atria Virginia Beach! Our family has had a very good experience so far, and it has exceeded our expectations. The activities are limited being on the memory care side but they are still good. It is smaller which we like, the residents have their own dining room and there is only room for 20 residents – this allows it to be more intimate. Our loved ones apartment is just the right size for her and we like how there is a hair salon there. We would recommend this community to other families.
Retirement should be made comfortable with accommodations all in one space. Atria Virginia Beach in Virginia Beach, Virginia is proud to offer older adults a relaxing living arrangement to age in grace and in place. Located in the heart of Virginia, residents enjoy all the comforts of modest retirement with our great location and essential living options — independent living, assisted living, and memory care.A Place for Mom uses the term “assisted living” to indicate that the community provides some level of assistance with daily living activities. It does not indicate that the facility meets official state requirements for level of care.
We chose Atria Virginia Beach because of the staff and we had a really good tour. The residents were friendly and welcoming as well. The efficiency apartment that he has is perfect size for what he needs. the facility is in a good location and would definitely recommend them.I am very happy with them. I suspect any problems I’ve seen are related to staffing issues that are industry-wide. Anything that they don’t do or fail at would be related to simply being overwhelmed by the times. But when I come to them with issues, I feel that they sincerely care. Really our only criticism is my mom has been a little disappointed in the quality of the food sometimes.
She really likes her apartment and the fact that she is able to have her car. She is meeting a lot of people as well. Her one complaint is the food, she says that she and the others are not happy with that at all and she has been skipping a lot of the meals. I do also think they could have some better activities provided. Overalls he is happy and I would recommend them to other families looking. A Place for Mom has scored Discovery Commons Virginia Beach with 9.5 out of 10 using our proprietary review score based on 53 reviews in the last 2 years. Over all time, Discovery Commons Virginia Beach has 78 reviews with an average “overall experience” of 4.2 out of 5. Those with many recent, positive reviews receive a high review score, while providers with few recent reviews — regardless of how positive — receive a lower review score. Communities with no recent reviews will not have a review score, even if older reviews are positive. The maximum A Place for Mom review score a community can receive is 10 points.Our family had an in person tour and the facility is very nice pretty and smelled clean. The people we encountered were all pleasant but at the time they did not have any independent living apartments that had a washer and dryer inside, or that have the availability for us to put one in.
I recently helped a beloved family member who is living with dementia move to the Atria Virginia Beach. All of the staff helped with getting her settled. They have been exceptionally caring and… Read the full review.
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