EP•OCH (‘epək)

A Period in a Person’s Life Marked by Notable Events or Characteristics

At Bridges® by EPOCH at Pembroke, our dedicated memory care professionals share an important goal – to mark this period in our residents’ lives with notable moments of joy, purpose and peace not typically associated with dementia.

Our individualized life-enrichment programming and comprehensive memory care services are designed to adapt to the unique challenges that come with Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia, enabling residents to live with confidence and happiness in daily life.

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Remarkable People. Exceptional Memory Care.

Our remarkable residents deserve exceptional care. At Bridges® by EPOCH at Pembroke, we are inspired by the lives of our residents. They are nurses, engineers, financial advisors, artists, mothers, teachers … and they all have had experiences that shape the person they are.

Every day, our compassionate team members build meaningful connections with our residents. They get to know their likes and dislikes, strengths and preferences. With a person-centered approach, Bridges® provides exceptional memory care that significantly enhances each resident’s quality of life – mentally, emotionally and physically.

Residents Thrive at Bridges®

Bridges® by EPOCH at Pembroke is a memory care assisted living community that provides much more than a safe place to live; it delivers a lifestyle that encourages independence, values choice and boosts self-esteem. Residents benefit from around-the-clock care and on-site licensed nursing, delicious dining, wellness-focused programs and meaningful relationships – all within a purposefully designed community that supports the unique needs of those with Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia.

Bridges® memory care residents have everything they want and need to age in place with a dignified, comfortable lifestyle. It’s true peace of mind for families in Pembroke, Duxbury, Marshfield, Norwell, Rockland and surrounding areas.

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Bridges Moments

It has been almost one year since my dad moved into Bridges in Pembroke. To be honest, I had always planned on taking care of my dad at home. I thought it would be hard, but I thought we could make it work between myself, my two sisters and private caregivers … and for a while we did. It ...