COVID-19 Updates

we take the safety and health of our residents, families and staff very seriously

Dear Residents, Families, and Friends,

We want to assure each of you that we are closely monitoring the ongoing developments and guidance from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) surrounding the COVID-19 virus. We also pay close attention to the recommendations of our local Department of Health, State Government, and State Associations. We have been in regular communication with our Residents and Staff members from the time the Coronavirus became a concern in our area. We are posting the memorandums we have circulated and will continue to post until such time as it is no longer necessary. If you have any additional questions, please feel free to reach out to us at:

Gail Chase, (941) 876-5258
Steve Roskamp, (941) 954-1111

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what being a community is all about


We would like to thank the Residents of Sarasota Bay Club who have sewn masks to add to the supplies we have on hand. This kind of commitment and care is what being a community is all about.


A video and message from Stephanie LaPenna, staff at The Inn at Sarasota Bay Club

Staying Connected: Our residents are using Zoom for interactive on-line groups and classes.


Keeping Positive: Our staff and residents are finding new ways to have fun.