Welcome Home Bridges®
Bridges® by EPOCH at Pembroke is characterized by a beautiful residential design that has been established exclusively to support those with Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia. Our memory care community is divided into three distinct households – River Wind, Grassy Knoll and Hidden Hollow. Each individual household features common spaces that look and feel like home – and welcome residents to engage in community life.
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Bridges® by EPOCH at Pembroke’s community design offers a secure, easy-to-navigate layout that helps to reduce confusion and alleviate anxiety for residents with dementia. Soft contrasting colors, natural light and directional cues work together to create a calming atmosphere that feels safe, familiar and comfortable.
Our memory care assisted living community is divided into three distinct households offering both private and companion suites. Community common spaces offer the perfect setting for our diverse, rich life-enrichment programming, social gatherings and family-style dining.
- Comfortable living room featuring privacy panels
- Brightly lit dining room with homestyle kitchen
- Peaceful library ideal for reading or quiet activities
- Full-service salon
- Safety and security features
Studies indicate that sunshine and fresh air are good for the body – and that is especially true for those with Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of memory loss. At Bridges® by EPOCH at Pembroke, our community boasts secure outdoor living with a beautiful, fully enclosed courtyard.
Residents can grow and tend vegetables in the raised planter boxes. They can go for a stroll around the landscaped paths. Residents are free to watch the wildlife frolic or help fill the birdbaths. When it’s time to relax, they can enjoy the warmth of the sunshine on the patio’s comfortable seating. As a bonus, our chefs create savory foods using the herbs and vegetables that residents help grow.
It's hard to put into words how grateful I am to you all for making Bev's life as good as it could be in her last two years. I've always said bridges was the best place for Bev to live out her life. A godsend really. Entrusting her care to you was the best decision my family and I could ...