Bridge Senior Living

With 1 retirement communities, Bridge Senior Living has locations in 15 states that offer assisted living, independent living, and memory care. Founded in 1999, Bridge Senior Living has more than 20 years of dedication to the highest standards and quality of care for their residents. In 2022 Bridge Senior Living was recognized by U.S. News & World Report for having 11 of the best independent living, assisted living, and memory care facilities in the top 25 in the nation for senior living. 

 

Headed by CEO Robb Chapin, Bridge Senior Living offers the finest standard in senior living by passionately giving their seniors the love and care they deserve. Bridge Senior Living's values and principles are guided by “creating feelings of belonging, of freedom, of security. And most importantly, the feeling of truly being home.”

 

Bridge Senior Living takes the needs and concerns of their residents seriously, which is why they keep everyone in the loop. Using the latest technology, Bridge Senior Living has developed its own mobile app and web-based portal powered by Lifeloop. The app is available at all Bridge Senior Living communities and allows families to instantly connect with their loved ones and their daily routines. The app allows messages to be sent, transportation to be scheduled, photos to be shared, along with other programs to keep everyone in the loop. This new technology is only one of the ways that Bridge Senior Living adds its special touch to their communities.

Overview

Est. 1999
1 properties


Types of Care Provided by Bridge Senior Living


Frequently asked questions about Bridge Senior Living

How much does Bridge Senior Living cost?

The estimated average monthly cost of living in a Bridge Senior Living community is (not available, unfortunately). However, costs will vary widely depending on the city the community is located in, the overall size of the community, as well as by the care type your loved one requires.


Does Bridge Senior Living accept Medicaid?

Medicaid coverage varies widely from state to state: only some states allow those funds to be used to cover long-term care (assisted living) costs. However, like Medicare, you might be able to use Medicaid funds towards other healthcare costs.


How many facilities does Bridge Senior Living have?

Bridge Senior Living has 1 communities.