A Period in a Person’s Life Marked by Notable Events or Characteristics
Our compassionate memory care experts at Bridges® by EPOCH at Nashua all share one important goal – to mark this period in our residents’ lives with notable moments of purpose, peace and joy not typically associated with dementia.
With comprehensive services and personalized life-enrichment programs adapted to the unique challenges of memory loss, our residents can enjoy confidence and fulfillment in daily life.
How can we help?
Remarkable People. Exceptional Memory Care.
The residents at Bridges® by EPOCH at Nashua are nurses, fathers, teachers, artists, entrepreneurs … and they all have inspiring lessons and stories that make them the person they are today. These remarkable residents deserve exceptional memory care.
Our specially trained, passionate team members create meaningful connections with our residents – learning their likes, dislikes, abilities and favorite things. This person-centered Bridges® approach to dementia care means residents benefit from enhanced quality of life – physically, emotionally and mentally.
Residents Thrive at Bridges®
Bridges® by EPOCH at Nashua is a purposefully designed memory care assisted living community offering so much more than a safe place to live; it features an enriching lifestyle that promotes choice and independence – and boosts residents’ self-esteem. With licensed nursing support, engaging wellness programs and dignified dining, our community delivers unmatched memory care services for those with Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia.
Our memory care residents have everything they want and need to age in place comfortably – from the early stages of cognitive decline to even the latest stages of Alzheimer’s disease. It’s true peace of mind for families in Nashua, Hollis, Brookline, Milford, Amherst, Merrimack and surrounding areas.
I want to say how impressed I am with the Bridges staff in the Hollis residents’ house. A week or so ago my husband was sitting by the staff station doing nothing. I came in, sat down beside him, and said my usual stuff to him. He continued to sit there not acknowledging much. Then all of ...