Your Loved One Is Home
Bridges® by EPOCH at Mashpee features a stunning community design that was created from the ground up to support those with Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of memory loss. Our community is divided into three individual households – Cotuit, Popponesset and Woods Hole – each with its own welcoming common spaces that invite residents to confidently engage in community life.
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Bridges® by EPOCH at Mashpee was developed with renowned dementia care experts and features an easy-to-navigate, secure design that reduces confusion and promotes comfort and familiarity. Throughout our memory care assisted living community, you’ll find soft contrasting colors, directional cues and natural light that create a soothing atmosphere for residents to feel safe – and at home – as dementia progresses.
Bridges® by EPOCH at Mashpee’s three distinct households each offer private and companion suites. Our community common spaces offer a welcoming environment that is ideal for a variety of life enrichment activities, events, family-style dining and social gatherings.
- Dedicated community room for programming
- Comfortable living room with privacy panels
- Tranquil library for quiet activities
- Spacious dining room with homestyle kitchen
- Full-service salon
- Safety and security features
Designed for Outdoor Living
Studies show that fresh air and sunshine do a body good – and it’s especially true for those with Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of memory loss. At Bridges® by EPOCH at Mashpee, our memory care community features a secure, fully enclosed courtyard that provides the wonderful opportunity for outdoor living.
Residents can take a stroll on the landscaped walking paths, observe wildlife in the gardens, help fill the bird feeders, or simply relax with friends on the patio. A favorite feature of the courtyard is the raised planter boxes where residents plant, tend and harvest vegetables and herbs – which are then often used by our chefs to create delicious meals.
Bridges has been a wonderful experience for my Mom and for all of us (her family). Here is our story ... After a hospital stay, my Mom went to a typical nursing home (not Bridges) for rehab. She was there for about 1 month. During that time, she continued to decline. She would not eat and I ...