The Bridge at Longmont was very welcoming to my elderly mother. The staff was all very friendly. The individual apartments were very nice, and varied in size and shape. My mother had a one-bedroom apartment with a view of the mountains. It had its own kitchenette with room for a small table & chairs, living room, bedroom and bathroom. The apartment we chose for her had 2 large closets for her storage space, and drawers and cabinets in the kitchen and bathroom.The facility had weekly games, field trips, trivia contests, ice cream socials, sing-a-longs, and its own church service every week with a visiting pastor. It also had two private dining rooms where family could eat with the resident, either by eating the dining room food or by bringing in their own. The dining room facility looks like and operates like a regular restaurant, which residents can pick from several choices for their meals. There is also a craft/TV room where movies are shown and cards, games, and a computer for resident use. Weekly crafting sessions and baking are available for residents. Regular field-trips and restaurant trips are scheduled as well. The Bridge at Longmont also has a physical therapist who teaches exercise classes and helps the residents work out at their own pace in an exercise room. Laundry facilities are available for use, and/or the staff will do your laundry for you. A spa, beauty salon, and lounge seating are located in the building as well.The grounds were very nicely kept, with a gazebo and shade to eat a picnic lunch in, and a large covered front porch with a great view and lots of rocking chairs and other seating for residents and their guests. The Bridge at Longmont has celebrations for holidays and special events with live music and/or entertainment. They also do monthly birthday celebrations for the residents.