Atria Senior Living
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About Atria Senior Living

Atria Senior Living offers much more than a place for older people to live. We build vibrant senior living communities that offer companionship, comfort and a wide selection of community events that match individual interests. Atria Senior Living is a leading operator of independent living, assisted living, supportive living and memory care communities – 

Atria Hertlin Place staff member is honored as employee of the month.Atria Willistown resident and staff share a laugh on the terrace.Atria Valley View staff are recognized at their Atria Rewards party.Atria Rosyln Harbor staff member joins a resident for her birthday celebration.

News & Updates

April 2, 2021
Atria believes our staff deserve to work in an environment protected from COVID-19. That’s why we’re requiring the COVID-19 vaccine for employees. Atria’s priority access to the vaccine gives us the responsibility to help stop the spread of COVID-19. Join us as we create a safer place to work.

To be the best place to live, we must be the best place to work.

When you work at Atria, you have a front-row seat to the amazing life stories of the wisest people on earth. What’s more, you are part of an extraordinary company – one that’s investing in the future of senior living by investing in you. Atria is sleeving up for the COVID-19 vaccine and currently hosting on-site COVID-19 vaccination clinics for employees. Click here to learn more about why Atria is choosing the COVID-19 vaccine. Communities are actively interviewing, and there is no better time to join the Atria team and get priority access to the COVID-19 vaccination at an Atria community clinic (where available) after the new hire process is complete. Learn more at

“I can’t imagine working anywhere else”

Marissa Jacobson-Ojinaga, the Engage Life Director at Atria Rancho Peñasquitos in San Diego, California, has loved learning from the world’s wisest people ever since she was in elementary school. She regularly volunteered with her classmates at a senior living community across the street – playing cards with the residents, listening to their stories and reading with them. “That experience just spoke to my heart,” Marissa said, “in part because I had such a close bond with my grandparents.” Read more at

People Belong Together.

It's what we all feel instinctively – and science backs it up. A growing body of research shows that those who live in a caring, connected environment enjoy greater health and well-being than those who are isolated. At Atria, we are dedicated to creating vibrant communities where older adults realize healthier, happier, more meaningful lives – trading in loneliness for the company of neighbors, inactivity for movement and boredom for purposeful engagement.