Atria Bay Spring Village
147 Bay Spring Avenue, Barrington, RI 02806
Based on 12 reviews
Services and Housing OptionsIndependent Living, Assisted Living, Memory Care
Atria Bay Spring Village Description
Atria Bay Spring Village is located 2.1 miles from Barrington, a small town with a population of 16,669. Other nearby cities and towns include Warren, Seekonk, East Providence and Warwick. The community is in a middle-upper class neighborhood where the average income is $125,125, 25% of the country has a higher median income.
This community provides Independent Living, Assisted Living and Memory Care and has Studio, Suite and Companion apartments available. Studio apartments start at an estimated $2,876 a month, while the average cost of Independent Living is $2,876 in Barrington, $3,446 in RI, and $3,394 in the United States. These prices are estimated. Atria Bay Spring Village is a member of a larger group of communities called Atria Senior Living. Atria Bay Spring Village is ranked 1 out of 1 communities in Barrington and is ranked 9 out of 115 communities in RI.
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nurses on call 24/7
specialized memory care
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
community laundry service
maintenance of apartment, community and grounds
housekeeping and linen services
wellness center offering checkups and monitoring
wi-fi in common areas
cable or satellite tv
emergency alert pendant or wristband
on-site parking for residents and guests
outdoor dining space
emergency alert system
resident garden space
selection of floor plans
Healthcare Near Atria Bay Spring Village
Atria Bay Spring Village is close to a wide range of health providers including hospitals, pharmacies and dentists. The closest hospital is Bradley Hospital which is 3.0 miles away, but there are also other hospitals in the area including Hasbro Children's Hospital, and Rhode Island Hospital. Pharmacies close by are CVS which is 2.4 miles away, CVS Pharmacy, and Walgreens. Have to go to the dentist? Options include Periodontics Inc. which is 5.6 miles away, Kenneth Rudman, and John S. Kacewicz, DMD & Michael J Kacewicz, DMD.
Atria Bay Spring Village is also close to a range of restaurants, culture, shopping and parks. Looking to go out to eat or order takeout? Order Asian at Miku Sushi, Thai at Tong-D or pizza at Dominos. Love the arts? Head on over to Park Theater, Comedy Connection, or Barker Playhouse. Enjoy shopping? Spend some time at Garden City Center, The Arcade, or Providence Place Mall. Looking for a park to relax at? Enjoy the outdoors at Latham Park, Crescent Amusement Park, or Osamequin Nature Trails and Bird Sanctuary.
Weather in the area consists of an average of 137 days of rain, 28 days of snow and 199 days of sun and the total precipitation is around 1.8 inches a year. The region reaches a high of 77°F in the summer and 33°F in the winter, with an average temp of 54.5°F throughout the year. The average humidity is 72.7%, with max winds averaging around 11.7 mph.
This community is licensed by the state of RI. It is a large-sized community with 148 total beds.
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Most of my adult career I worked with the Elderly population as the Director of a to visit , evaluate and make personal opinions on Nursing Care, Assisted Living and Rehabilitation facilities .Recently, I decided to come out of retirement and seek part time employment. A friend suggested that I apply for employment at the facility that she currently works for, Atria Bay Spring Village in Barrington , R. I.Long story short, I applied for a job as front desk receptionist and was hired. I had no idea how intense and completely involved my training would be. I had several hours of video viewing, testing, meeting all department leaders and most importantly being pleasantly introduced to nearly every resident and learning about their lives and reason (s) for living with the Atria Family .I am extremely PROUD to now be a member of a professional , caring, working team . I'm PROUD to represent Atria a company that puts the care and needs of the residents first and foremost!I
My dad literally said “everybody here is so nice, I have not met one mean person. Everybody, I mean EVERYBODY here is super nice ALL the time.”And my dad can be a tough cookie !!! And he says the food is good. And they make a good stuffed quahog and if he says that —it’s got to be an 8 out of 10!!!
I had such a wonderful experience with Atria Bay Spring Village! Every step of the process of moving my mom into memory care was handled with care and compassion. I can't say enough about the staff - they were friendly, always professional, and became like part of the family! Sharon, the Community Sales Director and Lynn Almeida the Executive Director were always available to answer questions right away. Atria Bay Spring Village is a top-notch facility!
I had the opportunity to experience the wonderful apartments, services and support Atria Bay Spring had to offer. The site was bright and welcoming, the apartments comfortable, and the staff extremely professional and kind whether they were welcoming at the front door, facilitating social activities or , unfortunately, emergency services. I would highly recommend Atria Bay Springs assisted living and memory care if your loved one needed their services.
As the holidays approach during these challenging times of Covid, I want to express our gratitude to the staff at Atria Bay Spring Village, for all they do to keep our loved ones healthy and in good spirits.It was a difficult decision for our aunt to initially leave her condo and consider assisted living a few years ago. Sharon Glaude immediately helped Denise feel comfortable during her initial tour and most welcome in her new surroundings. Even after a resident has moved in, Sharon's door is always open and she'll stop to engage with residents on a personal basis, to ensure they are happy and thriving. It is obvious the residents adore her.Lynn, as executive director, does a great job keeping all families informed and up to date...not an easy task as we are are all living in even more difficult times right now. The lines of communication are always clear and open. The needs and best interests of each resident is top priority.Margaret Shand and all staff do everything they can to ensure spirits are up and residents remain safely engaged and healthy. Margaret works so well with Chris, culinary director, in creating festive celebrations to keep everyone smiling and entertained. It is truly a team effort that has helped this community create a family atmosphere.Our aunt recently had to undergo another transition to life guidance and the staff made it an easy move and got her happily situated in a new environment.We are at peace knowing our loved one is content, in wonderful company and in good hands at Atria. Thank you!
My father transitioned from Independent Living to Life Guidance about a year ago. At first, I was very apprehensive about the change, but it was the best decision we ever made! Mary Corvese and her staff have been absolutely fabulous in every way! The 24 hour loving care that he receives is such a comfort to me. My dad is always treated with the utmost dignity and respect. Knowing that all of his needs are met, and that he is safe and happy, is a blessing. I am so grateful to the entire staff for taking such good care of my dad!
Like many families, when we first visited Atria, we were going through a time of loss and transition. We were rather numb and overwhelmed when we met Sharon Glaude. I can't say enough how kind and gentle she was, clear about our options, and supportive with checking in during the 15 months it took to get our affairs in order and move my Mom, NIna, from Massachusetts. Mom settled in nicely and often mentions how safe she feels at Atria, how attractive it is, and how well-designed her small apartment is. She loves the activities. Margaret Shand creates an interesting, complex and stimulating schedule. She is also very happy with the food and appreciates Chris, the head chef, who is very open and personable. We also particularly enjoy Barbara at the front desk, who is welcoming and always has something interesting to discuss. I cannot say enough how fortunate I feel to have my mother at Atria, especially since I am her number one person and travel often for work. Coincidentally, I have another "mother" now living at Atria, a woman I have known since I was five years old. I saw her in the hallway yesterday and she looked more relaxed, vibrant, and youthful than I have seen her in years. When I asked how it is all going, she said, in a nutshell, "I love everything about Atria."
My mom has been in the Life Guidance unit of Atria Bay Spring for about 1.5 years. I am so happy with the care she is getting there! She's got dementia plus intestinal problems, but the staff has learned her habits and idiosyncrasies and work with her to make her as happy and comfortable as possible. Hats off to Linda, the Executive Director! Also, the food is terrific and the cleaning staff is excellent! The CNAs and Med-Techs are so caring and kind. Special mentions (just to name a few for just this month - Marie, Bianca, Michelle, Donna, Chanel... I'm sure I'll have more names next month!
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