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Nancy Krawczyk P.My brother moved to Anchor Bay in April and loves his new home. The staff is very professional and they create a warm and caring community that is like an extended family. Ashley Ferreira, the Director of Sales and Marketing, was extremely helpful... in facilitating the transition and was very generous with her time and advice. All of the staff are very friendly and the building is very clean, spacious and well furnished. We are so pleased to be part of the Anchor Bay family!read more
Lee M.If you are looking for someone who will care your loved one and understand the importance of family, look no further. Ashley and the admission team at Anchor Bay have gone above and beyond for us. Ashley is one of the most compassionate people I... have only met over the phone/email. Unforeseen circumstances have prevented mom from moving in right now and yet Ashley keeps in touch and genuinely cares about her. Anchor Bay is very fortunate to have Ashley as a Director who honestly understands the value and meaning of family. We have never felt pressured to commit or inconsequential because we can't and for that we are eternally grateful.read more
Maria S.A BIG Thank You to Ashley, who has made my brother John feel welcomed and cared for. The adjustment hasn't been easy for him, but he seems to be accepting the changes. Ashley you have helped my brother so much and I can't thank you enough for your... kindness and caring you have shown my brother. You are an Asset to Anchor Bay along with your staff, & Paige. You have made my family and I grateful for the care you've shown my brother. THANK YOU.read more
Kelley M.Deciding to move your parent out of their home that they have lived in for over 25 years to an assisted living community is a very difficult situation. Throw in the times of covid and you have an emotional and logistical nightmare! My family and I... can not thank Ashley and Paige over at Anchor Bay enough for their understanding, dedication to service, professionalism, and genuine kindness in helping during this very difficult time. Our Dad has seemed to transition well and we attribute that to the gorgeous facility and the amazing staff. We honestly could not have asked for a better outcome. Thank you all so much and we look forward to being a part of the Anchor Bay family!!read more
Melissa S.Ashley Ferreira is so knowledgeable and kind. She is willing to share her wisdom and educate those around her. I am new to the area and consider her an asset to have her as a colleague and friend. Anchor Bay at East Providence is lucky to have her... and can only be considered one of the best with her as part of their team!read more
Victoria H.This facility is absolutely beautiful. Ashley Ferreira is nothing short of amazing. She is always super pleasant, helpful, and compassionate. If you are looking to place your loved one in an assisted living facility, I would highly recommend Anchor... Bay.read more
Deborah S.Working at Anchor Bay has been a wonderful experience. Not only have I met lovely residents but the staff especially Ashley Ferreira and Jennifer Azzarone are two people who go above and beyond. They jump right in where needed always, making sure... all residents are happy and well taken care of. The residents couldn't be in better hands!read more
Carol F.Jen is caring, pleasant, does a good job keeping us occupied. She is very positive, cheerful and WE LOVE HER!!!!
Ann CThank you for all you do for all of us!!!!
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