Assisted Living and Compass Memory Support in Farmington, CT
The all new Farmington Station offers local seniors 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.
In March 2020, the professional management of Atria Farmington transitioned to a local New England based assisted living management firm, Senior Living Residences (SLR). SLR was one of the founders of assisted living in New England over 30 years ago, and remains on the cutting edge of providing innovative service-enriched care to local seniors.
Innovative Senior Living In The Heart Of Connecticut’s Farmington Valley
First-class dining. Social hour in the Cafe. Bridge club, poetry group and forever fit exercise. Monday movie nights in the theater. Educational lectures. Musical performances. A full-service salon for pampering… this is senior living at Farmington Station!
Located within the charming residential Farmington Station neighborhood only minutes from historic downtown, residents also get out and about easily to local shopping, dining and popular attractions such as the Mark Twain House, the Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art, and the Bushnell Center for the Performing Arts. Farmington Station’s unique setting features several serene outdoor spaces including gardens and patios, and several enclosed courtyards in our Compass Memory Support Neighborhood®.
Resources for Families
Understanding all of your options when it comes to senior living can be confusing, whether you are new to the process or been through it before. We’ve created a comprehensive list of articles and tools to help families decide if assisted living is the right move.