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Helping older New Yorkers live at home – safely and independently.

Atria Home Care offers a complete range of companionship and personal care to help older New Yorkers live independently – while helping their families manage the responsibilities of caregiving.

Services customized to meet your needs.

Companionship helps older adults live well with meaningful connections while certified home health aides assist with items of daily living. A home care service level will be recommended following a comprehensive assessment by one of our registered nurses, with cost of care and companionship services based on need. Services are available for a minimum of four hours per day, three days per week, and up to 24 hours with a live-in aide.

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Companionship Services

  • Meal preparation to help ensure proper nutrition, accommodate special dietary needs and/or observe cultural traditions
  • Light housekeeping and laundry services
  • Playing games and solving puzzles for mental stimulation
  • Outdoor activities for exercise such as going for a walk or gardening
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Personal Care Services*

  • Assistance with Activities of Daily Living (ADLs) such as bathing, getting dressed and grooming
  • Medication reminders
  • Assistance with transferring and mobility issues
  • Incontinence management
  • Safety supervision
  • Encouragement therapy (prompting, cueing and redirecting)
  • Escorting to meals and events (within an apartment building or senior living community)
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Live-in Care

Includes all of the services above with the added reassurance of 24/7 support

*Restrictions may apply.

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Care as individual as you are.

By learning about a client’s background and interests – from hobbies to second languages to ethnic cooking specialties – we’re able to match them with an aide or companion who meets their needs on a practical and personal level.

We also know that quality matters. Each of our caregivers must be certified as a home health aide (HHA) by the State of New York and pass a pre-employment reference check, drug screening and background check (in compliance with applicable law). All aides are supervised by a registered nurse and are carefully trained to meet industry-leading quality standards. Continued training ensures that aides develop a range of skills, such as fire safety, emergency procedures, client rights and infection control.

From one of New York’s most trusted names in senior living.

Atria Senior Living has served more than 30,000 families in New York since 1999 and operates 31 communities in the state, including Atria West 86 in Manhattan and Atria on the Hudson in Ossining.