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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Community Features

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
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    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.

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    Bridges Moments

    My grandmother is now a resident at Bridges; honestly, they have given her a quality of life again. She used to watch TV all day, not eating full meals, and stopped socializing. Now she is willingly participating in all the activities they offer, making friends with each resident and staff. ...