Compass on the Bay
1380 Columbia Road South Boston MA 02127
The community, serving Greater Boston and the South Shore, features 38 apartments as well as bright and airy living and dining areas with water views overlooking Dorchester Bay toward the JFK Presidential Library.
Innovative programs include a curriculum-based adult learning program, specialized brain-healthy diet, and individual resident case review through their affiliation with the Boston University School of Medicine Alzheimer's Disease Center. Compass on the Bay also offers short-term trial and respite stays. Families have peace of mind knowing they offer their loved one the very best of care at Compass on the Bay.
Pricing at Compass on the Bay
*Prices quoted are monthly rental charges and are provided by the communities themselves. Actual prices may differ due to one-time fees, timing and care services required. Speak with your Senior Living Advisor to learn more.
Reviews of Compass on the Bay
Spoke with Matt. Like their approach on diet, holistic, activities what they used to do to re-engage the brain. Do an off site activity once a week. 28 residents in memory household. Still have geriatric...
- We are very very happy with it.
We are very very happy with it. She struggled at first with the move, but they worked really well with her, and have been very patient. They really seem to understand the dementia population. They have plenty...
- Home away from home
My father in law has been at Compass on the Bay for a bit over a year. IT was not an easy decision to place his in a care facility, as he is getting up in age and needs some assistance with day to day living,...
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