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Moving into a senior community means stepping into the next chapter of your life. Learn about life at ATL.


When it comes to choosing the right community, the first step is to ask questions and it is important to ask the right ones. Here are some questions that we are frequently asked.

In the coming 15 years, the global population of seniors is expected to grow significantly. Along with this growth is the increasing concerns for dementia care and senior housing. With these tremendous challenges, ATL Senior Living plays a significant role in mitigating the impacts of the growing senior population.

Is your current health and/or physical state affecting your ability to perform day-to-day tasks? Or are you an elderly individual who simply want to free themselves from the burden of day-to-day chores? This quick survey may help you decide if a move to a senior community is the best choice for you!

Have you been increasingly concerned for the well-being of your elderly loved one? We know how difficult it is for you to come to such an important decision, so we have prepared a quick questionnaire to help you!

With all the different health and physical needs that come with aging, we know how important it is to find a home that fulfills all your demands. To assist you in making the best possible choice, we have assembled this printable checklist for you to bring along to your upcoming tours!

Today's medical technology and scientific advances have led to people in North America living longer. Many, are living into their 80's and 90's and some are reaching that milestone age of 100. A handful are going beyond.

People need to plan, save early, and one of the smartest ways to consider investing is in senior living. It’s a smart investment in the kind of infrastructure you probably want to have access to when you retire.

At ATL Senior Living, the health and safety of our staff and residents will always remain a priority. We recognize that not only do we, as a service provider, need to ensure the health and safety of our staff and residents, but we also need to act accordingly to contribute to the health and well-being of our communities.