Come Home to Bridges® Nashua
Bridges® by EPOCH at Nashua is a stunning memory care residence that is specially designed for the needs of those living with memory issues. Our community is separated into three distinct households – Hollis, Brookline and Amherst. Each household features its own homelike common areas that invite residents to participate in community life.
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Designed using best practices in dementia care research, our memory care assisted living community offers an easy-to-navigate, secure layout that helps to reduce anxiety and promotes familiarity. Abundant natural light, directional cues and soft, contrasting colors combine to provide a peaceful atmosphere for residents to comfortably enjoy life as dementia progresses.
Bridges® by EPOCH at Nashua’s three residential households – Hollis, Brookline and Amherst – offer both private and companion suites. Community common areas are warm and inviting and provide the perfect setting for life enrichment programs, family-style dining, social gatherings and more.
- Comfortable living room featuring privacy panels
- Beautiful library for quiet activities
- Brightly lit dining room and homestyle kitchen
- Community room for specialized programming
- Full-service salon
- Safety and security features
Designed for Outdoor Living
It’s well-known that sunshine and fresh air are good for the body and mind, and that rings especially true for those living with cognitive decline. At Bridges® by EPOCH at Nashua, our memory care assisted living community features a secure, fully enclosed courtyard for outdoor living.
Highlights of our courtyard include beautifully landscaped walking paths for residents to walk, bird feeders and baths, and comfortable seating on a welcoming patio. We also have raised gardens for residents to plant and tend various vegetables and herbs. Best of all, our chefs use the harvest as they prepare healthy, delicious meals.
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 ...