My grandfather was a resident of Barrington Terrace for a couple of years. We moved him there after having troubles with his previous assisted living home. The move was good for him. The facilities were clean and easily accessible. The rooms felt like apartments instead of nursing hospital rooms. The main lobby was open and bright and most importantly, inviting. There are plenty of activities for the residents to participate in. There is a feeling of independence with a movie theater and computer room, right off of the main lobby. I loved the radial layout, making it hard to get lost.The general staff was friendly and understanding, although the wait staff in the dining area could be a little more detail oriented. During the end of his life, I think they could have provided more skilled staff to check on him as the couple I saw were impatient. However, there are very few complaints about the overall handling of my grandfather. He was always clean, fed, and properly medicated.