Discover an Unrivaled Assisted Living Community in Barrington, RI
Residents of Atria Bay Spring Village enjoy a picturesque assisted living community with an events calendar filled with daily opportunities for fitness, fun, creativity and connection. Read a book or chat with friends in bright, welcoming common spaces or, on sunny days, relax in our beautifully manicured courtyards.
Our private chef ensures every dining experience is a memorable one, and residents may stay as active and involved as they like, with a variety of social events each day. Plus, since we're located near Barrington Town Center, within walking distance of Barrington Marina and Harbor, it's easy to remain connected to the larger community.
In addition to discreet, custom-tailored assisted living services, Atria Bay Spring Village offers Life Guidance® - specialized memory care in a safe, secure neighborhood setting for those living with Alzheimer's or other forms of dementia.
Private dining room available for special occasions
Outdoor dining space
Resident garden space
Community laundry service
Scheduled transportation to local appointments, errands and events
On-site parking for residents and guests
Full-service salon and spa offering styling, manicure and pedicure services
Emergency alert pendant or wristband
Nurses on call 24/7
Wellness center offering checkups and monitoring
Escort and transfer assistance available
Selection of floor plans
Emergency alert system
Cable or satellite TV
Housekeeping and linen services
Maintenance of apartment, community and grounds
A Message from Our Executive Director Linda Rice
Life at our community is tailored to the interests and desires of our residents. Here, seniors can live comfortably while taking advantage of opportunities they may not have had while staying at home alone. We take care of the cooking; we take care of the cleaning; we take care of the driving – that way, our residents can focus on doing what they love and choosing what they want to explore next. Welcome to a lifestyle that's full of possibilities. Welcome home.
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Atria is one of the best assisted living communities I have ever been in. Because of Atria I found myself and I have been doing volunteer work in the...
Atria is one of the best assisted living communities I have ever been in. Because of Atria I found myself and I have been doing volunteer work in the memory care neighborhoods. That has made me a better person and I have come to love Atria a lot more. Also, living here people accept me for who I am and don't expect me to be anything else. One of the things I really love here are the employees -- they are the backbone of the community.
- Donald L. , Resident5 Stars!
One of the attendants, Maria, assisted with my bath because I have had a bad fall. When I started to get dressed I said I can\'t wear the outfit...
One of the attendants, Maria, assisted with my bath because I have had a bad fall. When I started to get dressed I said I can\'t wear the outfit she chose because there is a button missing. And Maria said I have sewn the button on for you. This is so typical of everyone who works here -- they give 110% not a 100%. And I mean it!
- Betty, Resident*****
When I saw your contest I thought immediately of somebody in Atria Bay Spring Village that fits like a glove. Her name is Donna DaSilva who has been a...
When I saw your contest I thought immediately of somebody in Atria Bay Spring Village that fits like a glove. Her name is Donna DaSilva who has been a CNA for 14 years. I have to admit we have a lot in common becasue we are both republican! She makes me laugh because we cannot talk and chew gum at the same time and so when she gives me a shower and helps me get dressed she is extremely helpful and we laugh about the day's events and my cat, Clyde. It would be nice for all employees to get the recognition of being very helpful and this would be a way for us to show them. I had to have help from a good director because most of us old folks (I'm 88) don't have a computer.