One Exceptional Community

For All Stages of Memory Loss

At Bridges® by EPOCH at Mashpee, we know that every person’s journey with dementia is different – from progression rates to symptoms to physical and cognitive challenges. Care needs vary, and for some, change over time. Because of this, we offer two care plans – both available for a predictable rate – that allow residents to age in place in a comfortable environment with familiar people who know and care about them.

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Essential Care Program

With our Essential Care program, residents benefit from expert memory support from a dedicated, highly skilled team of professionals, along with an active lifestyle tailored for the needs of those with memory loss.

  • Expert care delivered around the clock
  • Medication management
  • On-site licensed nursing support
  • Dynamic life-enrichment programming
  • Three nutritious, chef-prepared meals served family style
  • Healthy and delicious snacks any time
  • Assistance with activities of daily living, such as grooming, bathing, dressing, eating, etc.
  • Personal laundry and housekeeping services

    Enriched Care Program

    As dementia progresses, care needs may change and a resident may require a level of care and physical support beyond the scope of Essential Care. If this occurs, the Enriched Care program at Bridges® by EPOCH at Mashpee provides additional services that enable the resident to age in place.

    With the added support, residents who are in even the latest stages of Alzheimer’s disease can live safer, healthier and more comfortable lives – surrounded by familiar people who know and love them.

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    Bridges Moments

    I have thoroughly enjoyed all of the thoughts, ideas, and education that I have received from Alicia’s Zoom presentations! I loved the format, every two weeks and especially the personal stories.

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