For lifelong couples impacted by dementia, staying
together not only feels right, it’s also clinically advisable. If your spouse is affected by dementia, Bridge
neighborhoods are a Bright Oaks innovation that makes it possible for you and your spouse to continue living together,
supported by people with similar life situations.
In a Bridge neighborhood, couples live as independently as they wish in their
own suite, but always have access to the care and assistance of a New Journeys Memory
There are so many benefits to this approach if your spouse needs memory care:
but help when you want it plus all the safety and security of a New Journeys Memory
support of other couples in the same stage of life who understand the
challenges and the joys.
access to the array of memory care services, including meals, personal
assistance, activities, and programs.
- The freedom for you to come and go knowing that your partner is well cared for in your absence.
affected spouses, the comfort that comes from a familiar face and from
the nurturing that you are able to give once you’re freed from
the stresses of constant caregiving.
time together to focus on living, while Bright Oaks manages the cooking,
cleaning, and other routine household tasks.