Your Loved One Is Home at Bridges®
Bridges® by EPOCH at Trumbull features a stunning residential design that has been created exclusively to support those with Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of memory loss. Our community is divided into four individual households – Fairfield, Monroe, Easton and Shelton – each with its own homelike common spaces that welcome residents to engage in community life.
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Developed with renowned dementia care experts, our memory care assisted living community features a secure, easy-to-navigate design that alleviates anxiety and confusion. Soft contrasting colors, directional cues and natural light create a soothing atmosphere where residents feel comfortable, safe and at home as dementia progresses.
Bridges® by EPOCH at Trumbull’s four distinct households each have 14 spacious private suites and two companion suites. Our community common spaces offer a warm environment that is perfect for a wide range of life enrichment activities, social gatherings and family-style dining.
- Living room with privacy panels
- Tranquil library for reading or quiet activities
- Beautiful dining room with homestyle kitchen
- Community room for programming
- Full-service salon
- Safety and security features
Designed for Outdoor Living
Research shows that sunshine and fresh air are good for the body, and it’s especially true for those with dementia. At Bridges® by EPOCH at Trumbull, our memory care assisted living community boasts secure outdoor living – a fully enclosed courtyard on the first level and a partially covered, open-air deck on the second floor.
Residents can take a walk around the landscaped paths, watch the wildlife in the gardens, help fill the bird feeders and baths, or simply relax in the comfortable seating on the patio. The raised planter boxes are always a favorite with residents who enjoy planting and tending the garden. As a bonus, our chefs create delicious meals using the vegetables and herbs that residents help grow.
Thank you so much to all for going the extra mile. My Mom has always been a person to think about others. She would be so happy to realize how much everyone is taking care of her.
- Gail, Daughter of Bridges® Resident