Bayberry Commons Assisted Living Memory Care

2211 Laura St, Springfield, OR 97477

4.2 / 5.0 15 Reviews

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About Bayberry Commons Assisted Living Memory Care

Bayberry Commons offers specialized senior living in the Springfield & Eugene area. Whether you or your loved one is searching for Assisted Living, Memory Care, or short-term Respite Care, you will find the right kind of support you need to enjoy the lifestyle you want. Our full range of accommodations and customized service plans for each resident allow you or your loved one to age in place in a familiar environment where seniors can rediscover their independence.

Residents enjoy select amenities and services, including engaging daily activities and around-the-clock care and support from compassionate caregivers who take the time to get to know our residents like family. We care about the unique personalities and needs of our residents, which is part of what makes our community such a warm place to call home.

Bayberry Commons Assisted Living and Memory Care

Bayberry Commons offers skilled care options for assisted living and Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia.

At Bayberry Commons, we provide a diverse range of care options so our residents can remain in the community as their needs and abilities change over time. From help with the tasks of daily living to support for Alzheimer’s disease or dementia, as well as end-of-life care, we help you or your loved one age comfortably and in place. These care options include:

  • Assisted Living
  • Memory Care
  • Respite Care

Let us help you or your loved one age in place in a warm, home-like community with great amenities and activities.

Everyday living is both relaxing and engaging for the residents of our Springfield & Eugene, Oregon, senior living community. We offer specially curated activities and events designed to stimulate the mind, body, and spirit. Our friendly and compassionate caregivers offer the assistance and support needed to encourage independence and self-reliance. We also make it easy for residents to access local health care providers such as Oregon Neurology, PeaceHealth Sacred Heart Medical Center at Riverbend, and McKenzie-Willamette Medical Center.

Dining Options at Bayberry Commons

We feed our residents’ body and soul with delicious, restaurant-style dishes made in house by our onsite culinary team. Fresh, made-to-order meals and tasty snacks are available every day. Residents are welcome to enjoy mealtimes in the comfort and privacy of their own homes or in our cozy dining room surrounded by friends.

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Bayberry Commons Amenities & Services

The comforts of home and peace of mind. Whether you or your loved one requires assistance with the activities of daily living, specialized Memory Care, or a short-term Respite Care stay, you will find select offerings like comforting, restaurant-style dining, and a variety of fun and fulfilling activities. All this, plus around-the-clock care and encouragement from compassionate senior caregivers, make life in our cozy community the perfect place to get away and stay connected.

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Bayberry Commons – Reviews

4.2 / 5.0 15 Reviews

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August 2022


Holly M. Berkowitz

Smiles All Around

April 2022



Excellent care all around. Each and every single resident recieves the best and absolute possible care to top of the line standards. Residents enjoy themselves socially and also have great activities instructors. If I had to suggest any in home care facility to any family this would be the one. Thank you staff at bayberry commons for all that you do. Love you aint barbara

March 2022


David Collier

Also I wanted to send in some Kudos: Shawna in memory care has always been great with my mom and the other day was a great example. On 6/23/21 I was going to take my mom to lunch. Shawna made sure that my mom had an opportunity to go to the bathroom before I took her out. Sierra also has been great over the past year. On 6/23 when i brought my mom to my house for lunch when I was getting her back I was helping my mom get from her wheelchair to her meriwalker and she saw me slightly struggling and came in and helped. Then she was so kind as I was leaving she asked my mom if she wanted to go out to the TV room and she walked her out. There are so many more. Thanks

June 2021


Nicholas Evans

Bayberry Commons is a good place. The management staff and residents are all one beautiful family unit in happiness and trying times. The rooms are bright and maintained particularly in the memory care and residents recieve high quality treatment from people who work hard to meet their daily needs. The beauty of Springfield is all around as assited living residents can walk the grounds freely and safely while memory care residents enjoy a secure private courtyard accompanied by their loving caregivers. Come try Bayberry for yourself. You will be glad you did.

June 2021


Searainya Bond-Frojen

I am a hospice employee for Brighton Hospice, and I go to various communities to offer spiritual care to our patients. The staff at Bayberry Commons was welcoming, friendly, and informative. When there was a medical crisis, they were prompt and communicative with their staff, the patient, and our hospice staff. We are so grateful we get to have an ongoing relationship with Bayberry Commons in providing amazing care!

December 2020



Mu father spent his last years at Bayberry in comfort and dignity. A series of strokes left him with progressive dementia, which complicated the challenges the staff met professionally with compassion and care. I could not have sked for better for him. Thanks you.

February 2020


Christie Garbe

The hiring practices are appalling! I have over 20 years experience in the assisted living/medical field, and during the interview process was told I would be an asset to the company. I love what I do, I have worked hard my whole life to improve the lives of my residents, and I genuinely love what I do. I do not choose to work at a job for status or popularity. It appears in order to work here though, that is a priority over everything. I was in fact hired, given a tour, met some of the staff, THEN met the DNS which apparently she didn't care for me which was perfectly clear given the hostile reception and the way she sized me up. Well, a few hours later when I was home, I get a phone call from the administrator who tells me she is "sorry" but "forgot" she already hired someone for the position. Not only was I absolutely shocked at this (I had already told my family that I had the job, and we were planning to go out to celebrate this, for I had REALLY wanted this job) but I was appalled at how unprofessional this seemed. I'm not stupid, I had already figured out what had happened. The second I pulled out of the driveway, I imagine there was a "pow wow" and based on my appearance, her "feelings" of me without even really knowing me, or whatever excuse they cooked up, they took it upon themselves to not give me the job after all. If this is how administrators make decisions, and treat people who are qualified, love what they do and have a passion for the residents, would you want these people making decisions for your beloved family member? My advice to you is to move on. Do you really think I give a damn about being “appropriate”? Let’s talk about that, shall we? Is it “appropriate” to hire someone and then call a couple hours later and LIE to them about why you decided not to after all? Don’t you dare tell me about what’s appropriate and what isn’t. I don’t lie like you do, and I have heard a LOT about you, so don’t go there with me.

March 2019


Rhonda Mcmahon

My father has been at Avalon for a year. My mother and I researched memory care facilities in Austin and we by far thought Avalon was the best facility. It is small and all staff trained in memory care. It’s a beautiful facility and my father has received outstanding care. My mother and I have received so much support from the Avalon staff. We know the owners and staff well and they are outstanding! My Dad is doing so well and is happy. It’s been wonderful meeting the other patients and families. Most of all, Avalon knows how to work with memory care patients and their families. We are so grateful to Avalon for the amazing care to my father and the support they give to our family.

December 2018


Jacob Anthony

This place makes false promises.

July 2018


L Hawn

The staff at Bayberry is top notch! They provide excellent care for my loved one and go above and beyond everyday to help him. I would and do recommend this facility to any and everyone I have the opportunity to speak with. As to the hiring practices...I am glad they are picky because they care about their residents and want the BEST people to work for them.

July 2017


Kassy Daggett

Great staff. Great food. Great programs. Great entertainment. Wonderfully supportive place with outstanding performance!

July 2017


Vivian G

I have recently been employed by Bayberry and have to say t it is an amazing place. Not only a very clean ,well maintained facility, but the love and caring from all the staff is incredible. i recommend this place to everyone.

July 2016


Jamo K

My mother spent the last several years of her long life at Bayberry. I have to say, that before she got an apartment there, she and I had been through Assisted Living facilities in this area that were promised by experts in Elder Care to be some of the best. They were nothing less than nightmares - predatory places whose way of operating made it seem that their aim was to strip elders of their life's savings, while providing poor (or no) service in return. I had figured that Bayberry would just be a different 'flavor' of abuse, but I could not have been more wrong than that. The staff was competent, truly caring, and always took that extra step beyond what was needed to make my mother really enjoy living there. I think part of the reason she lived to such a ripe old age was this 'tenor' to Bayberry. I'll always be grateful to them. And, being in healthcare myself, I knew what to look for and what I was looking at. I don't understand how Bayberry gets the most competent personnel, and the most empathic ones, while other places in the same area don't begin to match up. But they do. And administration was always more than fair, and transparent!, about what she was charged for the level of care she received. Sorry this review is so long, but having been through the mill myself with my mother's care, I hope this is helpful to others in terms of choosing a place where he needn't worry about the quality of care they're receiving - the best, no contest!

July 2016


Meredith Clark

A shout-out to the staff and administration at Bayberry Commons for their loving support of my mom over the past four years. Mom lived in the Memory Care area, which holds only 14 elders. I loved the small size, the well-trained, loving caregivers, and the low turnover in staff (so important for dementia care). Despite some pretty rough behavior on my mom's part at times, staff remained compassionate, caring and professional. The physical grounds are beautiful and respectfully maintained. The rooms in memory care are large and private, a rarity in the memory care world. Bayberry is well managed, with accessible administrators who provide clear communication, advice when asked, and more than once, a hug when needed. Most important, the sense that mom was part of a community, not a customer in a facility, made all the difference. Thanks, Bayberry, for all you did to make the last few tough years better for mom and for all of us.

March 2016


Nita Myers

I am far more interested in how the residents are treated and what the living conditions are than how employees feel about hiring practices and their pay scale. I hope they do not take their dissatisfaction out on the residents in their care.

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Community Details

Bayberry Commons Amenities and Services


  • 24-Hour Onsite Resident Assistants & Medication Aides
  • 24-Hour Emergency Call System
  • Nurse On Staff
  • Nutritious Home-Style Cuisine
  • Daily Recreation & Wellness Programs
  • Scheduled Transportation for Shopping & Outings
  • Basic Utilities Included Except for Phone
  • Weekly Housekeeping & Laundry


  • In-Room & Restaurant-Style Dining
  • Assistance with Activities of Daily Living
  • Registered Nurse Services
  • Activities 7 Days a Week
  • Fitness Classes
  • Transportation to Group Outings
  • Referrals for Move-In Assistance
  • 24-Hour Emergency Maintenance
  • Laundry Service & Onsite Laundry
  • Memory Care Support Group & Town Hall Meetings
  • Healthcare Services Available

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