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About The Bridge at Longmont
At the The Bridge at Longmont residents get involved in a social setting that promotes their health and independence. Located in Longmont, Our community is accessible to all the local shopping, restaurants, and outdoor activities available in Longmont. Hospitals, physicians, and rehabilitation centers can all be reached in a short drive.
We pride ourselves on our ability to care for our senior residents as if they were our own family and loved ones. We create a warm, cozy environment where residents each receive individual attention. As we get older we get older we sometimes need help with our daily activities. Our senior living services are structured to help you live your own life, independently and healthy.
The Bridge at Longmont Assisted Living
The assisted living services provided at The Bridge at Longmont are tailored to fit each individual lifestyles. Residents enjoy a secure independent lifestyle with help when they need it.
We designed our floor plan that offers a little bit of everything for our residents. Cozy suites and apartments that will have exactly what you need at The Bridge at Longmont. We can fit every need for most budgets. Our staff will free of the burden of worrying about things you don’t want to do so you can focus on what matters. Members of our staff are extensively trained to care for senior Longmont residents and everything they need. We continually strive to assist our residents for the highest quality of life we can provide for them. Our chef and cooking staff at The Bridge at Longmont are driven to constantly deliver quality meals that are great tasting and nutritious. We strive to create memorable meals from fresh produce that help our residents reach their best health and wellness.
The Bridge at Longmont Amenities & Services
We offer seniors the latest amenities in comfort that they would enjoy in the comfort of their own homes. Beautician Onsite, Meals Provided, Activities Offsite, Activities Onsite, Outdoor Common Areas, Indoor Common Areas, Devotional Services Onsite are available for all residents. The staff here are fully trained, friendly and accessible. They will help your residents enjoy their stay with us.
Our trained staff helps our residents enjoy benefits that our facility offers, like Multiple services and other perks. As seniors age, they still want to feel independent and maintain a healthy lifestyle, and we help them do that.
Residents enjoy of a full schedule of social, educational and entertaining activities. Our structured program helps all residents maintain a high quality of life. Many of our activities encourage members to socialize and develop friendships with other residents. We make sure the activities are fun and entertaining.
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The Bridge at Longmont – Reviews
The Bridge at Longmont is wonderful. They are a great business and are even better to work with. We can not wait to work with them in the future!
It's been very good for my Dad. The staff has taken such great care of him, even through the pandemic.
If you need a caring place to put a family member needing assistance, this is the place to choose. From the moment we walked in Meredith has been so kind, helpful and understanding. Having to make a choice to place our mom in assisted living she made us ensure we made the right decision. From the activities, food and events they host for the residents and family members is amazing. So please if you have to make the same decision I did, choose The Bridge.
We became aware of the need to find care for our aging parents a short time ago. We wanted someplace where they would still be able to enjoy some independence but receive the support they need to be safe and healthy. We feel so very lucky and blessed to have found The Bridge. The staff have all been kind and caring. They are responsive and efficient. Food has been amazing as well! It’s given us such peace to know that they are safe and able to be as independent as possible, but know that someone is happy and available to assist them at the push of a button.
The Bridge has been so helpful to my parents, providing all the assistance they need to live comfortably and safely. They provide meals, laundry service, housekeeping, health checks and so much more. Their services and community have been invaluable to our entire family.
So disappointed in the Senior Management with The Bridge @ Longmont. Within two hours of signing the lease for my mother’s assisted living apartment and set to move her in the following day, the Executive Director, Shirley McNeff, denied her residency. Ms. McNeff never took the time to meet nor speak directly with my mom or family to discuss any concerns with welcoming her to The Bridge. While pleading with Shirley over the phone for a reason for her sudden and last-minute reversal, I learned her misinformed and misguided decision was based solely on a nurse’s -- not associated with the facility -- brief and stressful visit with my mother. The “nurse” didn’t have the decency to say Goodbye when he was finished and got up from the table and walked out the door when he was done! Ms. McNeff would not reconsider her decision even after another fully qualified nurse and the Bridge’s own Sales Manager, both of whom spent an hour with my mom on separate occasions, acknowledged to the Director that she would be a good fit for the assisted living community. Shirley’s lack of compassion, disregard for the extreme emotional strain placed on my family, and insincere “I’m so sorry” still infuriates me to this day. When the Sales Manager first mentioned to me that the Executive Director has been at the Bridge since day one (25+ years) – apparently, a rarity -- my gut reaction was not impressed. I was unsure why I had this feeling, but after the horrific treatment and her arrogance in saying, “this is my decision, and my decision is final, period!” I understood my intuitive feelings. She has become complacent in her managerial position, uncaring for those truly in need, and content with the emotional scars inflicted upon a family at their height of despair. I hope no other family goes through a similar eleventh-hour kick to the curb. Perhaps one day, the Bridge at Longmont will hire a sympathetic and compassionate Executive Director. Forgiven but not Forgotten!
Transitioning a loved one into assisted living is not an easy step. The entire management team and staff welcomed our Mother, as well as our entire family with open arms. She recently passed away leaving behind many friends and acquaintances and in the time she was at the Bridge she was genuinely cared for by all. Our family cannot thank them enough, we truly honor these wonderful caregivers for their love, genuine sincerity, kindness and respect for our loved one and will be forever grateful.
you will feel so welcome and like family
My parents moved into The Bridge the end of October 2019 and both passed away in February 2020. They were not at The Bridge long but in the short 4 months that they were there, it became home. The staff was so helpful from getting us settled to walking beside us during the end of their journeys. They treated my parents with love and respect and cried along side us as they passed. We cannot thank Shirley, the front desk staff, Heidi and Lindsey, all of the wonderful aides, and the dinning room staff enough for the attention to detail, the helpfulness, the care, and the compassion shown to my parents and our family. We highly recommend that you consider The Bridge if someone you love is in need of a special place to call home.
My family made the decision to move our parents into assisted living and was a hard decision to make. The Bridge is amazing, the staff is the best!! We feel extremely fortunate to have been able move them into the absolute best place!! We are very impressed with every aspect of The Bridge and very highly recommend this place to anyone that has a concern about having to move their family members into assisted living.
I visited The Bridge at Longmont when looking at other communities for my mother. Nancy, Shirley, and the other employees where so very nice and informative. Mom is not currently ready to move into a community but the employees call periodically to ask how my mother is doing. Something that really impressed me a lot is that every time that I have visited the home, I have always seen many residents walking around or playing cards or bingo. They were all smiling and happy. When I spoke to several of them, they all said that they loved living at The Bridge.
We were blessed to have our Mom at The Bridge since June 2017. They have the most caring and loving staff, from the Executive Director to every care worker. Everyone we came in contact with was respectful, compassionate and a joy to work with. It is a beautiful facility. Special thanks to Shirley, Peggy, Nikki, Lindsay, Sunny, Devilyn and all those too numerous to mention. I cannot give them a high enough rating!
The Bridge assisted living facility in Longmont provided a safe and caring environment for my mother. She lived there for almost 8 years and made many friends both with the staff as well as other residents. It was a difficult decision to move her into assisted living but we found the calm, comfortable environment and professional attention the residence receive a comfort to both her as well as us.
We highly recommend The Bridge for your loved ones. Our mom called The Bridge home for 5 years. The Bridge is beautifully decorated, well-maintained with good food and activities. The staff has been caring, helpful and attentive from the time she moved in until the time she moved out. Nurses – Nikki and Lindsey managed meds and doctor visits with expertise and dedication. They always made time to communicate with doctors and family. Shirley and Lisa are excellent administrators, concerned for and responsive to the residents and their families. David is a super maintenance guy…always willing and able to fix things. All of the front desk staff get messages to the right staff members, field a zillion of our questions, and always greet us warmly. To all of the staff, thank you. We were always reassured that our mom was in the best hands.
Shirley, Lisa, Sunny, Nicki, Lindsey and the rest of the staff are the best. Friendly, warm and made my mother fill at home. The care given is unmatched and my mom felt like she was just in her own home...
My mother is very happy at the Bridge. She had to move to Assisted Living after her stroke and although she had to leave her home of 30+ years, it didnt take her long to feel comfortable in her new home. The staff is very friendly and helpful. They call if they have a concern about how my mother is doing and are always very responsive when I have a concern myself. I have been very happy with our choice of The Bridge at Longmont for my mothers care.
Always great care
Compassionate, caring staff that has made my Dads transition to assisted living an easy one. Dad is truly the happiest I have seen him in a long time. He is well cared for and treated with the utmost dignity and respect.
My Mom has been at the Bridge for over 5 years now. When looking at assisted living places we found 3 we were interested in. Like Goldilocks, we wanted to find the a place that was just right. We did a pros and cons list to see what was important and I am pleased to say we chose wisely. The General Manager and Business Office provide excellent leadership for the staff.The Bridge staff give 200% of themselves in their care, wellness and support for all residents. The staff works together helping each other across the departments to ensure all residents receive the excellent care they so rightly deserve. The nursing staff works well with the doctors and the familys to make sure the residents needs are addressed and taken care of. The food is wonderful and the activities are fun. They keep everyone as busy as they would like to be. EVERYONE SMILES. Its a happy place. I smile every time I walk in the door to visit my Mom and am so thankful my Mom is happy and living in such a wonderful place.
As with most of us, moving my parents to an assisted living facility was one of the hardest things I have ever done; however, the Bridge personnel actually made the experience enjoyable. Shirley started with answering all of our questions without making us feel like it was a sales talk and made sure that my parents (confused and hard of hearing) were part of the decision making. The fact that my father chose the Bridge over all the other facilities we visited probably says more than anything I could say here. Everyone- and I mean everyone - made sure that we were comfortable and had everything we needed. Over the two years that my parents lived there, the facility provided excellent care, going well beyond what was expected to make sure that both of my parents were happy, secure, had the medical attention they needed and were involved. They also made sure that the rest of the family was involved and informed. Another facility may have been able to provide the care my parents needed, but the Bridge provided family. When my parents passed away (a month apart) everyone was there for our family providing support and sympathy. I had always been blown away at the personal touches the staff provided so I shouldnt have been surprised as they shared our grief with us. I still stop by to see my extended Bridge family because they became a part of our lives, not just people doing their job. I cannot say enough about them. They were truly wonderful and I miss them.
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The Bridge at Longmont Amenities and Services
- Beautician Onsite
- Meals Provided
- Activities Offsite
- Activities Onsite
- Outdoor Common Areas
- Indoor Common Areas
- Devotional Services Onsite
- Multiple services
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The Bridge at Longmont Housing and Staff
Living Types Available
- Trained Staff
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