Bridge Haven

What's new at Bridge Haven?

Bridge Haven featured on Wow6's Living Local!

Our Executive Director Sarah Randolph sat down to speak with Channel 6's Julie Dunlap, co-host of "Living Local", check out the video!

Bridge Haven breaks ground on a new home!

GroundBreaking Photo

GroundBreaking Photo

GroundBreaking Photo

coming soon, another beautiful assisted care residence. Stay tuned!

Some Good News...

Finally, some good news about dementia... The long-running Boston University School of Medicine Framingham Heart Study has revealed a decline in vascular dementia diagnoses over the previous 38 years. Vascular dementia has been responsible for 20% - 30% of dementia cases but has shown a significant decline due to better control of cholesterol and other risk factors contributing to heart disease which can contribute to development of vascular dementia. Alzheimer's rates are unchanged. More information can be found at NBCnews.com

Bridge Haven wins Foundation Award

On February 24, 2016, Bridge Haven was honored to receive a Foundation Award from Cadre Lawrence and Lawrence Business Magazine. This award was established to recognize businesses that are locally owned or locally franchised in Douglas County, and have been in business a minimum of three years and are providing superior care or services. Sarah Randolph, Executive Director, accepted the award on behalf of all Bridge Haven staff, families and residents.

Walk to end Alzheimers

In October, residents, staff and friends walk the Bridge Haven Memory Care backyard walking path to raise funds for research! All funds raised are donated to the Alzheimer’s Association of America. The annual Walk to End Alzheimer’s raises funds for cutting edge research seeking the cause(s) of Alzheimer’s disease.

Alzheimer's Awareness Month

Each year, Bridge Haven submits a proclamation to the Lawrence City Commission and ask it to recognize November as Alzheimer's Awareness Month in the City of Lawrence. This is to bring awareness and understanding to Alzheimer's and dementia related illnesses. Sarah Randolph accepts the proclamation from the Mayor on behalf of all of the Bridge Haven residents, families and staff.

We never forget the person within.