One Exceptional Community

For All Stages of Memory Loss

Each resident’s journey with dementia is unique, with different progression rates, symptom sensitivities and cognitive and physical challenges. As a result, care needs can vary and, for some, change over time. At Bridges® by EPOCH at Westford, we offer two care plans – available for a predictable, all-inclusive rate – that allow residents to age in place, giving families confidence for the future.

With resident health and safety as our top priority, Bridges® by EPOCH at Westford delivers highly personalized care plans, licensed nursing around the clock and engaging activities that adapt with changing needs. Our dedicated care teams consistently and expertly care for the needs of our residents with Alzheimer’s disease or other forms of memory loss, enabling them to age in place in a comfortable environment with familiar people who know and care about them.

How can we help?

Essential Care Program

With the Essential Care program at Bridges® by EPOCH at Westford, residents receive expert memory care delivered by a team of compassionate, specially trained professionals.


  • Skilled team on site 24/7
  • On-site licensed nursing support
  • Medication management
  • Assistance with activities of daily living, such as bathing, dressing, grooming and eating
  • Dynamic life-enrichment activities and events
  • Three healthy, appealing meals served family style
  • Snacks available anytime
  • Personal laundry and housekeeping

Enriched Care Program

Our Enriched Care program provides additional services for those residents whose care needs surpass the scope of support for our Essential Care program.

With added support, these residents can age in place comfortably and safely, even through the later stages of Alzheimer’s disease, giving families added peace of mind.

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Bridges Moments

You are doing an amazing job!! Be safe and continue to be strong. I am in awe of your fortitude to continue to adapt and persevere – as this pandemic poses so many challenges to health care, especially in an elderly community like Bridges.

– Christine, Family Member of Bridges® ...