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111 Scott Swamp Rd, Farmington, CT 06032
Based on 19 reviews
Services and Housing OptionsIndependent Living, Assisted Living, Memory Care, Adult Day Care, Respite
Call for pricing and availability(800) 780-8101
Farmington Station Description
Farmington Station provides seniors with service-enriched Assisted Living and a state-of-the-art Compass Memory Support Neighborhood® featuring innovative, evidence-based programming for those with memory loss. This senior community, operated by Senior Living Residences, features 89 assisted living and 45 memory support apartments (5 studio and 40 private bedroom friendship suites). Conveniently located in the Farmington Station neighborhood only minutes from historic downtown, residents have easy access to the area’s shopping, dining and cultural attractions, as well as local medical facilities. Residents enjoy an enriching, supportive lifestyle with gracious accommodations, personalized services, and many amenities.
Farmington Station is located 1.7 miles from Farmington, a mid sized town with a population of 25,000. Other nearby cities and towns include Plainville, New Britain, Bristol and Kensington. The community is in a middle-upper class neighborhood where the average income is $93,497, 37% of the country has a higher median income.
This community provides Independent Living, Assisted Living, Memory Care, Adult Day Care and Respite Care and has Studio apartments available. Studio apartments start at an estimated $3,555 a month, while the average cost of Independent Living is $3,694 in Farmington, $3,670 in CT, and $3,394 in the United States. These prices are estimated. Farmington Station is a member of a larger group of communities called Senior Living Residences. Farmington Station is ranked 1 out of 6 communities in Farmington and is ranked 73 out of 301 communities in CT.
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Healthcare Near Farmington Station
Farmington Station is close to a wide range of health providers including hospitals, pharmacies and dentists. The closest hospital is Apple Rehab which is 1.2 miles away, but there are also other hospitals in the area including Hospital for Special Care, and University of Connecticut Health Center. Pharmacies close by are Walgreens which is 1.9 miles away, CVS Pharmacy, and CVS. Have to go to the dentist? Options include Newington Family Dentistry which is 6.2 miles away, Family Dental Practice of Newington, and Newington Children's Dentistry.
Farmington Station is also close to a range of restaurants, culture, shopping and parks. Looking to go out to eat or order takeout? Order pizza at West Main Pizza, Italian at D'Amico's Ristorante or a sandwich at D'Angelo Grilled Sandwiches. Love the arts? Head on over to Nona Evans Room and Hacker Theater, Design Forum, or New Britain Opera House. Enjoy shopping? Spend some time at Westfarms, Westfield Meriden, or Brass Mill Center. Looking for a park to relax at? Enjoy the outdoors at Shade Swamp Sanctuary, Meadow Land, or State of CT, Shade Swamp Sanctuary.
Weather in the area consists of an average of 155 days of rain, 31 days of snow and 177 days of sun and the total precipitation is around 2.5 inches a year. The region reaches a high of 78°F in the summer and 30°F in the winter, with an average temp of 53.6°F throughout the year. The average humidity is 72.1%, with max winds averaging around 9.1 mph.
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I just want to thank all of the staff at Farmington Station for their hard work, and understanding. My mother was hurt in a fall, and was dead set against going to a senior living residence, and after a few months here, she is having fun with her new friends, and has decided to stay for a while! I love that even during this terrible time, the staff is still finding ways to keep the residents busy and having fun, with sing alongs and music and movies outdoors on the patio. Thank you, Farmington Station, for all that you do for my mom!
A wonderful place !My parents, both in their 90s, have lived at Farmington Station (formerly Atria Farmington) since May 2018. It has been a perfect home for them, and I feel it has added years to their lives.Everything is taken care of as this beautiful assisted living facility in Farmington, Connecticut ~ delicious meals three times daily in a lovely dining room; aides to help around the clock with all sorts of needs; a primary care doctor who comes to their apartment for appointments; 125 residents to socialize with; a full day of stimulating and interesting activities, including many musical performances; a friendly, helpful and dedicated staff; and a comfortable and clean place to live. My parents are happy, and our entire family couldn’t be more delighted.~Sue Jensen, daughter
Farmington Station Staff,I wanted to congratulate you all and thank you for being the true heroes that you are. You all have done a great job keeping our loved ones safe, during this difficult time. I would also like to thank Frank for keeping us informed and always answering any questions that we have. In addition I would like to thank Ana for her kind and caring demeanor with all the residents. I have witnessed her interact with many residents including my loved one. Se presents folks with a sense of understanding and calmness that we all need at this time.Please stay healthy and Stay safe
We love Farmington Station. The ladies at the front desk are always smiling and friendly whether you’re coming or going. They chat with my Mom when I take her out for dinner and are happy when she “steals” their mints.My Mom is in the Compass Care unit. Her room is big and bright with a wall to wall window that she can look out every day and see mother nature, or wave at the people trekking past on the half mile path that goes around the building. Curtains and artwork and mirrors were hung for us, and done really quickly so she felt at home as soon as possible. It is always so clean and the staff is very friendly and knew from day one who I belonged to when I visited. The common areas are decorated for whatever holiday, and even the staff dresses up. Christmas was so joyful. Colorful plates and cups are set at the tables and they use cloth napkins. Better than I get at home. There is a monthly calendar displayed of all the daily activities. Every day is filled. They tell me my Mom is a really good bowler – true it’s Wii bowling but my Mom? Bowling? She’s doing things we would never expect.Here’s what sold us. As we were touring the facility with Frank he was greeted by everyone – staff and residents – and he called each of them by name. That meant to us that he was not just a sales guy in the front office. One couple even stopped us to tell us this was the third place they had tried and was the best. In the Compass Care unit the four women seated at the first dining table were more than happy to tell me how they loved it there. I have five siblings and I think we all emailed or texted Frank frequently in that first month. He responded to all of us with patience and reassurance and he still is to this day.Farmington Station has been uber sensitive with the COVID-19 protocols and have kept the families informed every week of their policies and practices. There is never a feeling that my Mom isn’t safe.Thank you all at Farmington Station for keeping my Mom happy and healthy
Yes, the faculty is beautiful. Yes, the nursing staff is incredible and some other employees are great. Otherwise, they have a systemic problem of incompetence and poor customer service. From the top down, there are no expectations placed on the employees. Very few even smile. My mother was so excited when she moved in, but we quickly learned that the sales team over sold and the management under delivered. It was a month before we even knew that the Atria laundered the sheets for us. It took me two months to understand the add-on prices. No one gave us a new resident informational packet or welcome tour. They just sold us on an over prices room with a half kitchen and left us to learn the benefits and policies on our own.My mother recently moved across the street to a building that is not as pretty, but a staff, from maintenance to the Executive Director that makes her feel special every single day.
There are not enough superlative's to describe the supportive, caring and compassionate attitude of all the employees at this facility. The facility itself provides a calming, soothing atmosphere. The food is absolutely delicious! A special "thank you " goes out to Ann, Frank, Jill, Vicki, Jim and Chef Michael. You helped to make a very difficult life change into a smooth transition. We could not have done this without you. Special people taking care of special people!
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