The Bridges at Edinburg now offers both Traditional & Alzheimer’s/Memory Care Assisted Living in two separate homes. Building A is a 16 room building with its own garden, all secured by magnetic locks. Building B is a 16 room building for Traditional Care residents who do not need the extra supervision required by persons who wander.
Residents in both buildings can count on care and assistance with activities of daily living including bathing, dressing, grooming, three meals a day plus snacks, medication management, housekeeping, laundry, etc. Available for both buildings, we offer a full range of activities for our residents all for a fixed monthly fee.
Alzheimer’s/Memory Care Assisted Living
Building A offers 16 private bedrooms with private baths for its residents. Staff is specially trained in behavior management. Our Medical Director, Dr.Jose Igoa is considered to be the premier psychiatrist for Alzheimer’s care in the Valley.
Activities are designed specifically with Alzheimer’s residents in mind and they include music, art and physical exercises as well as a special IN2L screen that has over 4,000 programs designed for the elderly.
Our prices are $4,500 for a private room.
Traditional Care Assisted Living
Building B also offers 16 private rooms with private baths and the same level of care as in Building A.
Residents can count on socializing with others and plentiful of activities to fill their days.
Our prices in Building B are $4,000 for a private room.
Respite Care: $200 per day.
What Makes The Bridges at Edinburg Different?
Superb Reputation for Quality of Care
The Bridges at Edinburg enjoys a superb reputation for the quality of care. Over 80% of new residents are referred to us by existing residents or their families. Check out our Google Reviews.
Air Purification System
An “IWAVE” air purification system has been installed in both of our buildings. This IWAVE system is a self-cleaning, bi-polar ionization generator for actively treating a building’s air quality by:
• Killing mold, bacteria and viruses.
• Reducing allergens, odors, smoke, static electricity and other airborne particles.
• And is the same technology used in hospitals and even the White House to clean the air constantly in order to remove particles and droplets BEFORE they can spread.
Plentiful Activities and Interaction
The Bridges at Edinburg has two activity programs, one in Memory Care and another for Traditional Care.
The Bridges has built a new “Clubhouse” built specifically for resident activities. This is a 2,000 square foot building with a 70 in screen that contains over 4,000 programs specifically for seniors:
• Music and hymns
• Brain games to stimulate the mind including “How much did it cost?”
• Movies and TV shows from the 50s, 60s, and 70s
• Occupational therapy
• Training programs for staff
There is a piano and sound system for parties. Finally, this is where the residents get together to play cards, dominoes, and generally have parties.
Less Expensive than Other Assisted Living Homes
The Bridges at Edinburg costs less than other assisted living homes. We charge a FIXED fee per month, even when residents progress in their needs. Other assisted living facilities charge “a la carte,” meaning they start with a base charge, and increase their monthly fees as resident’s needs increase.
Being locally owned and operated allow us to work in a more personalized way with our residents and their families, to meet their individual and ﬁnancial needs.
Only one block away from Edinburg Regional Medical Center
Emergencies can be met more efficiently.
Circle of Joy & Music Program
Music opens reasons to live…
Circle of Joy
This is an active music-making program that gives our residents the opportunity to express strong emotions, display individuality and flare, and engage with fellow residents.
Where no words are needed…
The imagination and creativity of older adults can flourish in later life, helping them to realize unique potentials. Art experiences can supply them meaning and purpose in supportive, nonthreatening ways. Our classes are designed to work with each one of our seniors according to their skill level.
What I like about calling The Bridges my home is that here I feel I can do the same things I used to do at my own home, but with the help I need on my daily living activities. I really enjoy to play my trombone for my friends that live and work here as well.
I love the cheerfulness and cleanliness of The Bridges. My husband likes the kindness of all the CNA’s that takes care of him. There are a lot of activities to be involved in and Angie is an amazing Activity Director. She makes sure the Residents have always something to do. I know that if my husband Charlie needs something, they will be on top of it and they will get it done! It feels so homey, that I would like to move in.
There is only one way to describe The Bridges and that is: “Home away from home” with loving care givers like family. New friendships happen as we get involved in planned activities. There is so much to appreciate daily, so much to share that makes us smile.
The Bridges had become the home that I was looking for. The staff feels like Family. I love the way they take care of us and the services they provide. I really enjoy the daily activities because I get to interact and play with other Residents like chess, dominoes and Wii bowling tournaments. This is the best assisted living I have ever lived in!
I’ve been living at The Bridges for one year, and I’m extremely happy to call this place home. I enjoy the meals, and I feel very well taken care of 24 hours a day. The staff is wonderful, and I can feel their sincere love for all the residents. I enjoy participating in art, and the Circle of Joy. I also like the music and shows we sometimes get. Overall my stay has been fantastic, and I definitely recommend this place. My fellow Residents are wonderful people, and we have a great time together. We have everything we need, and more!
I’ve been living at The Bridges at Edinburg for a little bit over a year and a half. I love living here, for the place is extremely comfortable. This is my home, and everyone here is my Family. The care and attention we receive is second to none, and I feel extremely safe, and in the best hands with the wonderful staff we have he. All of the activities are fun, but December was lovely. We had a lot of parties, musicals, concerts, and it was unforgettable.
I also enjoy the outings such as when we go to the museum, or a restaurant. The activities in-house are also wonderful, I love playing Bingo, and enjoy The Circle of Joy. I recommend the Assisted Living Home to anyone needing care, and look forward to joining our big family.
I have been living at The Bridges at Edinburg for 14 months, and I’m happy to call this place home. I get assisted with everything I need by the wonderful staff that works here everyday, always with a big smile. I think they have hired the most professional group of people with a lot of love in their hearts to take care of us. What I love most about this place, is that there’s always something to do, and an activity to look forward to. I particularly enjoy The Circle of Joy where we get to sing, dance, and have a wonderful time with my fellow Residents. The meals are fantastic, breakfast being my favorite! What can I say, I love this place, and I recommend it to anyone needing Assisted Living.
I’ve lived at The Bridges at Edinburg for a little bit over two years. I can say it’s been wonderful, comfortable, and memorable. The home is very cozy, the staff is wonderful, and the care they provide is magnificent. I particularly enjoy the meals, and snacks we get throughout the day, and the vast amount of activities we get to do each day. Painting is my all-time favorite activity, and I also enjoy when we get to exercise out in the garden. I would definitely recommend The Bridges Assisted Living Homes to everyone needing Assisted Living.
The Bridges at Edinburg is really nice. The people are so generous, kind, and very accommodating. If you ask for anything, they always make sure to give if to you, and they always volunteer to lend a helping hand with a big smile on their face.
The food is delicious, and there is always something interesting to do here. From all the lovely activities, my favorite is art!
I like the other residents, and I enjoy being with them. There is always something to look forward to. I can’t think of another place I’d rather be.
I’ve been living at The Bridges at Edinburg for six months now. I’m extremely happy and grateful to be here because I feel protected 24 hours a day. The staff is extremely knowledgeable, and accommodating. They know what they’re doing, and they take great pleasure doing it, which is reflected on the quality of service us residents receive. My favorite activity is art class! I could do it everyday for many hours at a time. I also enjoy walking through the beautiful garden, and the meals are delightful.
I’ve been living at The Bridges at Edinburg for over three months, and I’ve loved it since the very first moment. The care and attention each and everyone receives here is superb, and the staff is always nice. I appreciate the fact that they’re always in a good mood and are very accommodating to our needs. I’m still getting used to all of the activities that happen here, but so far my favorite is Art. I also enjoy the vast amount of books that the home has in store for us to enjoy. There’s never a dull moment, and I certainly recommend it!
I’ve been with the Bridges at Edinburg for almost a year, and it has been a wonderful experience since day one. Both the home and the staff are world class, plus the meals are delicious! I enjoy every day for there’s always a fun activity to look forward to. I also enjoy spending some time in the garden looking at the beautiful flowers we got here. Moving to The Bridges has been a great decision, I’m extremely happy to live here.
I’ve been living at The Bridges at Edinburg for a little bit over a year. I can say the home is clean, convenient, and cozy. The staff is very proffesional, and they sure take great care of us. They prepare wonderful meals, and plan a vast number of activities to keep us entertained. I have been enjoying my stay since day one.
I like living at The Bridges because it feels homey, and convenient. I find the home to be clean, comfortable, and there are plenty of activities to keep us entertained. The food here is great, and the staff is friendly and very professional. I can honestly say I’m happy here.
One of the things I love most about living here is the relationship I’ve developed with the staff. I feel as if they were my nieces, and I treat them that way because they treat me like family.
I like living at The Bridges because the staff is very accommodating, the place is very comfortable, and there are plenty of places to be at within the facility. I also like that there are plenty of activities each day where we get to exercise, sing, and create art.
My favorite part about living at The Bridges is the personalities, everything feels personal around here, everyone is so wonderful. My favorite is Angie, she’s the best. I feel like she knows everyone everywhere, she brings the most fun for us, and I love it. Everyone always has time to listen.
Here at The Bridges at Edinburg, the staff is very nice and friendly. The food is very good and tasty. When I’m not feeling well, they take good care of me, but at the same time they respect my privacy when I don’t want to be bothered. It is very good to be here! It’s like home!
Not being a native to the area when it came time to find our 96 year old mom a new, safe place to live, it was a bit daunting. With the help of the internet and the newspaper we decided to tour the “Bridges at Edinburg”.
We were so pleased on our first visit that we decided that Bridges is the place that we wanted our mom to be. Everyone is so caring. The whole facility is very clean, well-kept and the food is excellent. Mom is always busy and everything is well organized. We feel very comfortable with our choice and would strongly encourage anyone who needs a “new home” for a loved one to consider “The Bridges.”
Since I arrived here, I’ve been very happy. The people I live with are very friendly and always want to help. I remember how wonderful I felt at our Easter celebration, there I was, standing at the Piñata with a stick in my hand and everybody began shouting, “Tony, Tony!” to bring it down. This motivation is what I receive daily at The Bridges. We are like a big family.
I remember the day that the doctors told me that my mother could no longer live by herself. When mother was released from the hospital, we took her to “The Bridges at Edinburg” and placed her in their care. At first, Margie Smith did not want to be there. She wanted to go home! It has been nine months that mom has been at her “new home” and today, she loves it. The staff is wonderful and I never have to worry if my mother is being taken care of. The food is excellent and there are always plenty of activities to participate in. I would like to take this opportunity to say THANK YOU to each and every person who helps in the care of Margie Smith. You are a blessing sent from GOD to us. May God continue to bless you is our prayer.
I returned to The Bridges at Edinburg when I realized that I did need assistance, my mind changed and I knew I was at the right place. I love the staff in here and the things that I can do. I hope I can stay a long time. It´s just so perfect, it´s a little country setting, surrounded by city. Country and cozy. This is my family, this is my home.
“I love the friendly people and how they are interested in all of my concerns. I love winning at bingo. I have found the staff very helpful. They are not pushy meaning if I don’t want to participate in an event, they don’t make me. We have a lot of activities here at the Bridges. We are kind of like a city within a city!
I like the respect and privacy that the staff gives me. They are always there when I need them. I love the Circle of Joy. I believe it is neat to exercise, sing and share my feelings at each session.
First of all, The Bridges at Edinburg is on one floor, that helps. This is wonderful. We have a little garden out there, it’s nice to look at it from inside, but I can go out and get in it. I like the water fountains. People, it’s a pretty damn place for people. The people who live here, and the people who work here. It’s a great place to be. We get three great meals a day, plus the ice cream and desserts. We get church, it comes to us, and I’m so pleased. We have entertainment, like the birds. We have things that make us feel alive. The staff knows how to bring out the young parts of us. I feel safe, the family feels safe. There’s enough room here to move around, there are enough things to do. I’m quite content, it is so comfortable in here.
“It gives us such comfort to know Mom is safe and well taken care of at The Bridges. She loves the activities they offer. They have a way of bringing her great joy. We do not think of them as “the staff”. They are an extension of our family, and we are so grateful.”
My father has been a resident at The Bridges in Edinburg since March of 2019, after my mother suffered a terrible accident at their home. Unfortunately, we lost my mom on April 10. The staff at The Bridges has been wonderful to our Dad and to us. The Bridges was highly recommended to us by a close friend of the family and we are very happy knowing that our father is happy there. Assisted living comes with a price tag; but, knowing that our loved one is receiving the best of care is priceless. We recommend The Bridges.
My mother spent the last five years of her life at the Bridges. They were happy years. The staff and management are outstanding. Mom was loved and cared for in a wonderful way. She participated in the many activities offered by the Bridges and this truly became her home in her last years. I could not be more pleased and would highly recommend them to anyone looking for a home for a loved one.
After 3+ years of Mom making her home at the Bridges of Edinburg, I’d like to share some observations. First, we couldn’t possibly have found a second home for her staffed with more caring , capable people, who have very much become her extended family! Secondly, the flexibility we have in decorating/ redecorating Mom’s room in order to give her something new to look at each month, is more important to her comfort and pleasure than we ever imagined. Finally, the wide variety of activities offered to residents at the Bridges keep them socially, physically and mentally sharper!
So very thankful I have my husband here. I appreciate all the staff, managers, director and owners. I show up all different times and different days and am always greeted with smiles and hugs. When you walk inside it reminds me of my grandmothers kitchen. Something is always cooking and smelling great! Always clean and caring. The activity people have good games and crafts. My husband is in good hands here. They make sure he gets to all his doctors appointments. All his meds are given when he needs them. They keep track of all of it. This has been a true blessing for my husband and me.
After my daddy passed away my mama was unable to stay in their home because of beginning dementia. We helped her sell her home and move to our home in Mission. She wasn’t completely happy loosing her independence and she felt she was a burden to us. She absolutely was not! She is the sweetest person in the world. But she was declining and I knew after a year at our house it was time for something better for mama. We were so fortunate to be told about The Bridges of Edinburg. Mama was moved in within a week of our visit. The change in her demeanor is remarkable. She feels this is her home now! She is kept busy doing all kinds of arts and crafts and exercises to just name a few of their activities. And not sporadically either! Everyday but Sunday! And don’t get me started on their food! My husband would love to eat every meal with mama. It’s chef made and delicious and served in style to the residents on tables decorated beautifully. All we can say to anyone about a loved one who needs a home with love and attention is look no further than The Bridges of Edinburg.
My mother is staying there after living with us for three years. Great, caring staff, lots of activities and good food. The rooms are large and homey. The place does not have that nursing home smell, very clean.