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Bridges® by EPOCH at Westford boasts a beautiful, residential design that is purposefully designed to support those living with memory impairment. Our community features three distinct households – The Nashoba, The Concord, The Sudbury – each with its own homelike community areas that invite residents to participate in community life.

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Community Features

Our memory care assisted living community was developed with the best practices in dementia care and features a secure, easy-to-navigate design that helps to reduce confusion and anxiety. Soft contrasting colors, directional cues and natural light work together to provide a calming environment where residents feel safe, comfortable and at home as memory loss progresses.

Bridges® by EPOCH at Westford’s three individual households offer both private and companion suites. Our warm, inviting common areas are the ideal place for a variety of life-enrichment programs, family-style dining and social gatherings.

  • Community room for activities and events
  • Cozy living room with privacy panels
  • Beautiful dining room with homestyle kitchen
  • Tranquil library for quiet activities
  • Full-service salon
  • Safety and security features

Designed for Outdoor Living

Research shows that fresh air and sunshine are good for us – and it’s particularly true for those with cognitive decline. At Bridges® by EPOCH at Westford, our memory care assisted living offers a wonderful opportunity for outdoor living with our secure, fully enclosed courtyard.

Residents can watch wildlife, take a stroll on the landscaped paths, help to fill the bird feeders or simply enjoy the warmth of the sunshine while relaxing on the patio. Raised planter boxes provide residents with the ability to plant and tend the garden. Plus, our chefs are able to use what the residents grow as they creatively prepare delicious and nutritious meals.

Bridges Moments

Bridges Westford has been a true godsend for my Mom and our family. If you are reading these reviews there is a likelihood that you may be experiencing firsthand what my family went through as Mom's disease progressed. Our heart goes out to you. It can be a lonely and exhausting experience ...