From the Provider
Traditions of Wayland offers the following services:
- Staff available 24 hours a day
- Choice of apartments
- Full-time director of events and activities
- Emergency call system in every apartment
- Daily restaurant-style meals
- Housekeeping services
- Medication assistance
- Scheduled transportation
Atria Senior Living Group, the nation’s fourth largest assisted living owner-operator, provides respectful, quality care that helps more than 14,000 older people live life to the fullest. Atria communities are not nursing homes; rather, they are active communities where seniors can get the care they need to live as independently as possible. At the heart of Atria’s approach is our belief that superior care depends on running a superior business. That’s why Atria has developed some of the industry’s most stringent measurement tools and comprehensive training protocols. To find out more log on to www.atriaseniorliving.com
Reviews of Traditions of Wayland
Average Rating: based on 2 Reviews
I am a friend or relative of a resident
Traditions of Wayland is a very nice place for any person requiring an assisted living situation. I have visited the facility several times to see my best friends Grandmother. Traditions of Wayland has a number of aspects that make it desirable place for your loved one to live at. The best and possibly most important factor is its location. Traditions of Wayland is located in the heart of Wayland, MA and is within walking distance to a number of stores, restaurants and a park. The location provides a number of activities that are safe and within a short walk. This is very important for an assisted living establishment because it gives the residents a variety of things to do with their time, that doesn't require much assistance or the need to drive anywhere. The activities that are located within walking distance are also a good motivator for physical exercise, which is good for many of the residents' health. I often see residents of Traditions of Wayland out-and-about with each other in the downtown Wayland area. The fact that the residents have a number of things they can do with each other, without the need for a nurse or supervisor gives them a good sense of independence, which I believe is very important for people in assisted living situations. Overall the combination of it's location, quality of the physical building and friendliness of residents and nurses make Traditions of Wayland a great assisted living community for people in the Metro West area of Boston.
I visited this facility
Traditions of Wayland has assisted living and a new memory impairment unit. I toured it recently and know some of the staff there.
It's fairly isolated--well outside of Boston in what's called Metro West--and it can be tough to get there without a car.
The facility is very attractive. It was built out of an old mansion in a woodsy, picturesque area. Most of the rooms are private, but they do have a few large shared rooms.
The direct care staff is very high quality--very New England. The dementia unit was just opened a few months ago, and they brought in a skilled program director to run it. The food is similarly excellent, and they cater to individual tastes.
Activities are also good--varied and designed to cater to the educated resident population.