Bridgeway Pointe Assisted Living

Come talk with us about your aging-parent concerns. You are not alone! We’ll help answer your questions and put your mind at ease.

Call Kris at 513-418-4370 for an appointment and a personal tour.

It may be time to ask yourself these questions about aging parents:

  • Are they experiencing memory loss?
  • Are they able to cook for themselves?
  • Are they losing weight?
  • Are they in good spirits?
  • Are they spending too much time by themselves?
  • Are they able to get around? Are they falling?
  • Are you growing concerned about their ability to care for themselves?
  • Are they taking their medications properly?

Bridgeway Pointe is a warm, inviting place to live for parents who need various levels of assistance with their daily living activities and health care needs. Bridgeway Pointe offers three separate types of living accommodations, each personalized to suit the needs of the individual resident.

The Towers – All the Comforts of Home

These spacious, bright, one-bedroom apartments are ideal for a parent needing assistance with daily activities, such as showering, transferring, dressing, grooming, and medication management. View floor plans for The Towers.

Optimal Living – A Higher Level of Care

These studio apartments, located close to a nursing station, are ideal for a parent who needs a higher level of personal care assistance, such as a chronic health condition. View floor plans for Optimal Living.

The Harbor – Nationally-Recognized Memory Care

Residents in The Harbor, our award-winning secured dementia area, receive an exceptional level of personal attention in an intimate, caring, and safe environment. For more information about The Harbor, see Memory Care. View floor plans for The Harbor.

Specialized Elder-Care Needs: Respite and Transitional Care

Respite Care – 72 Hours to a Month
Do you need time away from care at home? Bridgeway offers this short-term living arrangement. We also offer short-term stays for individuals who want to avoid the cold, snow, and ice during the worrisome winter months.

Transitional Care – Up to 90 Days
This short-term level of care accommodates parents who are recovering or rehabilitating from illness, surgery, or injury.