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1440 Wampanoag Trail,
East Providence, RI

401-648-4971

Situated near One Hundred Acre Cove Nature Preserve with beautiful water views, Anchor Bay at East Providence is a vibrant, cozy senior living community located near Rhode Island Hospital, Miriam Hospital and Roger Williams Hospital as well as Seekonk Shopping Center, RISD Museum and Haines Memorial State Park. Wake up every day in a safe, intentionally designed living space. We tend to the cooking, housekeeping and home maintenance so you can participate in social, cultural and exercise programs including happy hours, chair exercises and painting classes. Choose from a menu of seasonal, nutritious chef-prepared dishes at our bistro.

Enjoy discreet, supportive care, a maintenance-free lifestyle including scheduled transportation, and boutique amenities. Spend every day living fully and experiencing greater well-being.

Well-Being

Our Philosophy

We believe a thoughtfully designed environment filled with good neighbors and a caring staff, along with nutritious food, accessible exercise programs and opportunities to connect and engage every day, are the right combination for optimal living.  

For older people living alone, these important elements can become harder to maintain – making home a challenging, unsafe, even lonely place to be.  

That’s why we offer a community for older people where living is easier, surroundings are safer – and together is better.  

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How we’re showing gratitude in December

Celebrating the holidays family-style

Whether by birth, circumstance or choice, our families make us feel loved, supported and at home. We’re celebrating family with music, gifts and gathering around the table for epic meals. 

 

Come see how we’re celebrating families this month at one of our featured events.  

Maxine H.
I have referred 2 people who have moved into Anchor Bay at East Providence. Both mother and daughter where able to move into apartments on the same floor and they love it. Thank you Ashley for your complete attention to detail. But what won the day... was your awesome personality!read more
Melanie P.
This is such a cozy and beautiful community. It's Natural setting makes it a perfect place to view wildlife ( I saw a Baltimore Oriole for the 1st time in years during my visit), and to engage in gardening pursuits. Resident engagement... opportunities abound in both assisted living and memory support, with individual talents being honored and highlighted. Each resident I spoke with told me that they love living life at anchor Bay at East Providenceread more
Debra D.
Very caring staff that is response to my mother's needs!
Dessie W.
I want to thank Mary for always listening to my concerns about my mom and going above and beyond in providing her care. An example…one evening before putting my mom to bed, I noticed swelling in her hands and was concerned about her wedding band... becoming stuck on her finger. I told Mary about the swelling and asked if the nurse could be alerted in the morning about the swelling. On my way home, Mary called to say she checked on my mom, saw the swelling, and went ahead and removed the ring and locked it up for me to pick up. I so appreciated Mary’s act of kindness.read more
Pam H.
My mom has been living at Anchor Bay for 2.5 years. After looking at multiple facilities over a period of days, we felt instantly at home when we walked into Anchor Bay. Ashley went above and beyond, helping us to get my mom moved in comfortably... in a very short time frame due to an unexpected need. The entire staff is always friendly, helpful, and caring no matter the situation. They are truly special people and have given my family peace of mind.read more
Village G.
I cannot express my gratitude to Ashley, Paige and the team at Anchor Bay! My mother just moved there, and she is well-cared for, emotionally and physically. They are on it! The process of getting her there was a long one for me. I checked out... several assisted living communities. Anchor Bay was the first visit. I loved it there. I kinda wanted to move in!!!My family members and mother expressed wanting to keep my mother in the town she was in, but honestly, at this time, I had to make her closer to me to oversee her care, and Anchor Bay is 15 minutes from my home.After much consideration, I went with my gut. I chose Anchor Bay, and I'm so glad I did.The sense of relief I have in knowing that my beloved mum is safe and cared for is something inexplicable. She has cared for me my whole life, and now it's my turn to watch over her. This was the best choice.Thank you to everyone at Anchor Bay!Rock stars!!!!!read more
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