Assisted Living Bay Ridge

The Waterford on the Bay affords seniors with luxurious assisted living in a friendly and safe environment. Our personal care services promote independence and embrace individuality; assistance with daily living activities is provided based upon need.

Residents of The Waterford on the Bay Senior Living enjoy a wide range of amenities.

Services Include:

  • 3 Gourmet Meals a Day – Served Restaurant Style
  • Snacks
  • Assistance with Personal Hygiene (Showers)
  • Medication Management
  • Comprehensive On-site Medical Staff, including Full-time Registered Dietitian
  • Exciting Recreation Program
  • On-site Physical, Occupational & Speech Therapy
  • Massage Therapy
  • Specialized Unique Therapeutic Program for Neurological Conditions, Aphasia, Memory Impairment, Post Stroke…Call for More Details…
  • 2 Week Respite Stays Available
  • Trial Stay, Vacation Stay, Hospital Recovery Available
  • Additional Care Services Available* Waterford Wellness Program

Our experienced, New York State licensed staff is committed to making sure our residents receive the most comprehensive care available. Resident can avail themselves of a wide-range of therapies provided on site – including speech, occupational and massage therapy.

At The Waterford on the Bay, combining five star luxury with first class care has never been more affordable for residents of Bay Ridge.

Call us at 718-891-8400 to schedule a tour or learn more!

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Bay Ridge is a neighborhood in the southwest corner of the New York City borough of Brooklyn, New York City. It is bounded by Sunset Park on the north, Dyker Heights on the east, the Narrows and the Belt Parkway on the west, and the Verrazano Bridge on the south. While some consider Fort Hamilton a separate neighborhood, it is usually considered a part of Bay Ridge. The first Dutch settlers began farming here in the 17th century. Well into the 19th century, what’s now considered Bay Ridge consisted of two sister villages: Yellow Hook to the north, named for the color of the soil, and Fort Hamilton to the south, named for the military installation at its center. The latter, considered by some to be a part of Bay Ridge, began to develop in the 1830s as a resort destination to lodge visitors to the army base. The former began to develop after 1850, when a group of artists moved to the area and founded a colony called Ovington Village; before that, it was mostly farmland.

Resources for Seniors and their Families:

NYC Department for the Aging
Bathroom Safety for Seniors
AARP Caregiving Resource Center

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