Come Home to Bridges®

Bridges® by EPOCH at Andover features a welcoming residential design that has been carefully crafted to support those with Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia. Our memory care assisted living community is divided into four distinctive households – Haggetts, Strawberry Hill, Merrimack and Shawsheen – each with its own homelike common spaces that invite residents to engage in community life.

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Community Highlights

Designed and developed by dementia care experts, our community features a secure, easy-to-navigate layout that reduces anxiety and confusion. An abundance of natural light, soft contrasting colors and directional cues create a peaceful atmosphere where residents feel comfortable, safe and at home as dementia progresses.

Bridges® by EPOCH at Andover’s four distinct households each offer both spacious private suites and companion suites. Our community common spaces offer a welcoming environment that is perfect for a wide range of life-enrichment activities, social gatherings and family-style dining.

  • Community room for memory care programs
  • Brightly lit dining room with homestyle kitchen
  • Living room with privacy panels
  • Tranquil library for reading or quiet activities
  • Full-service salon
  • Safety and security features


Bridges Andover lobby

Designed for Outdoor Living

Research shows that sunshine and fresh air are good for the body and soul, and it’s especially true for those living with dementia. At Bridges® by EPOCH at Andover, our community boasts secure outdoor living – a fully enclosed, beautifully landscaped courtyard.

Residents can walk around landscaped paths, watch wildlife in the gardens, help fill the bird feeders or simply chat with friends on the patio. Raised planter boxes give residents the opportunity to plant and tend the garden. Plus, our chefs prepare appetizing meals using the vegetables and herbs that residents help grow.

Bridges® Moments

My family and I visited many facilities while looking for a home for our Mom. They all looked and felt like facilities. When we walked into Bridges, we knew we had found her new home. Our Mom was one the first residents to enter Bridges Andover when it opened in August of ...