Live Life to the Fullest at Bridgepointe
Welcome to Bridgepointe at Ashgrove Woods. Located in beautiful Brannon Crossing, we offer Assisted Senior Care, Memory Care and Adult Day services with a personal approach. In our community, we emphasize relationships as the foundation of providing high quality care as well as well as building care techniques, programs and conversations upon genuine, deeply personal connections between residents and caregivers. It's one of the many ways we help residents at Bridgepointe live life to the fullest.

Assisted Senior Care

Our Assisted Senior Care blends the dignity of private apartments with the peace of mind that comes with reliable assistance. We provide seniors with the support they need to live independently and the services they desire to lead fulfilling lifestyles in a vibrant environment they are proud to call home. Our community is warmly inviting, the programs are fresh, active and engaging, and our remarkable approach continues to elevate the standards of care.

Memory Care Program

For those with Alzheimer’s disease and other memory challenges, Bridgepointe offers a secure neighborhood featuring studio apartments, delicious meals and specialized care. Activities are specially designed to promote cognitive health and encourage independence – all while piquing individual interests and adapting to each resident’s current strengths and abilities.

Adult Day Center

We offer services designed for adults who need assistance with daily living activities as a result of physical or mental impairments. Guests enjoy the company of peers, stimulating activities, nutritious dining experiences and quality support from experienced professionals amid our safe, comfortable environment.

The Best Friends™ Approach

Our community features The Best Friends™ Approach, an internationally recognized care model developed to create the best possible days for our residents.

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Considering the changes one goes through as their dementia progresses – the loss of memories, confusion, sensory problems, diminishing abilities, the struggle to communicate – it’s no wonder that aggression is a common response to their ever-changing world. For the spouse of a loved one with memory loss, dealing with aggressive behavior can be emotionally trying and, in some cases, dangerous...

Upcoming Events

December 5, 2016 - 8:00am to December 16, 2016 - 5:00pm