Your Loved One Is Home at Bridges®

Bridges® by EPOCH at Sudbury is a beautiful, purposefully designed memory care assisted living community that welcomes those with memory loss home to comfort, familiarity and security. Our community is divided into three separate households – Abbott, Longfellow and Walden – each with its own inviting common spaces where residents can engage in community life.

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Community Features

Developed with renowned dementia experts, our community features a secure, easy-to-navigate design that alleviates anxiety and reduces confusion for those with cognitive decline. Soft contrasting colors, natural light and directional cues create a soothing atmosphere for residents.


Each of Bridges® by EPOCH at Sudbury’s three residential households offer both private and companion suites. Community common spaces provide an inviting, homelike environment that is ideal for a wide range of activities, events, social gatherings and family-style dining.

  • Comfortable living room with privacy panels
  • Tranquil library for quiet activities
  • Dining room with homestyle kitchen with abundant natural light
  • Spacious community room for life enrichment
  • Full-service salon
  • Security and safety features
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Designed for Outdoor Living

Research shows that sunshine and fresh air are good for us – and it’s particularly true for those living with dementia. Our memory care assisted living community was designed to support outdoor living with a secure, fully enclosed courtyard.

At Bridges® by EPOCH at Sudbury, residents can relax on the patio, watch the wildlife, enjoy a walk on the landscaped paths or help fill the bird feeders and baths. Raised planter boxes offer the opportunity for residents to engage in a favorite pastime – gardening. As a bonus, our culinary team uses the vegetables and herbs they plant, tend and harvest to prepare healthy, delicious meals.

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Bridges Moments

We want to take a minute to thank you and your entire staff for all that you have been doing for the residents during this difficult time. It is clear that the health, safety and well being of each person is a top concern and priority, which gives us a sense of comfort. It is difficult for ...