Our vibrant campus provides residential care to more than 250 adults with cognitive disabilities. Unlike other residential options, our 200-acre campus consists of three interconnected communities where we provide varying levels of care from independent & semi-independent care to assisted living to skilled nursing care. Marbridge offers residents and their families the security of a long-term continuum of care for each individual based on their unique needs.
Independent & Semi-Independent Living
The Village at Marbridge is a neighborhood of 15 cottages nestled along a tree-lined street that provides semi-independent living for developmentally disabled adults. A community center provides a place to gather for meals and special events or leisure time. The Village provides a safe, caring environment that includes vocational training, education, socialization and counseling. Many Village residents hold jobs in the Austin community.
A tree-lined boulevard greets visitors as they enter the Ranch campus, where we provide assisted living for adults who require a more structured and supervised day. Daily training and activities may include horticultural therapy, arts and crafts, sports, music, computer work, functional academics and life and social skills training. Residents enjoy a myriad of social opportunities available in Austin, with 24-hour awake staffing and care.
Skilled Nursing Care
Residents with significant medical care needs can still enjoy a full and active life. Villa residents participate in many events and activities on the Marbridge campus. Likewise, many Ranch and Village residents regularly visit the Villa campus to see friends and enjoy special events found only at the Villa. The Villa provides skilled nursing care to Marbridge residents as well as to patients from the southwest Austin area.
Step 1- Inquire
Call 512-282-1144 x 1204 or fill out our contact form to set up a call with our Admissions Department.
Step 2 – Personal Meeting and Tour
After your initial inquiry, one of our admissions team will meet with you and your loved one to learn about your goals, the abilities of your loved one, and take a tour of the Marbridge campus. You will then fill out an admission application including a $250 processing fee.
Step 3 – Financial Approval
Our admission department will provide you with four companies you can contact to obtain a financial assessment – you may also choose to use your own financial consultant. After meeting with you, they will provide us with a report to determine if you are financially able to pay for your loved one to live at Marbridge. The fee for this service is approximately $300 and payable to the company of your choosing.
Step 4 – Review Meeting
Upon receipt of the completed application, the admission department will review the information and if we determine everything is complete and your family member is appropriate we will schedule a review meeting with you, your loved one, and the admission review team.
Jenna Hudson, Admissions Director – Jenna Hudson began with Marbridge Foundation in 2013 as an Admission’s Assistant. She has also served Marbridge as the Villa Community Liaison and the Assistant Director of the Village. Jenna holds a degree in Elementary Education with a specialization in Reading Intervention, and has always been an advocate for individuals with intellectual disabilities. She has a background in Marketing, Public Relations, and event planning. Jenna enjoys hearing family stories and teaching potential Marbridge families about all that Marbridge has to offer.
Rosie Dunlap, Admissions Coordinator – Born and raised in Dripping Springs, Rosie returned to the Austin area after earning her Bachelor of Arts Degree from Vanderbilt University. Rosie joined the Marbridge community in April 2013. She brings a background in marketing and customer service to her role as Admissions Coordinator. Rosie became passionate about health care and helping individuals with cognitive challenges after watching a family member go through the recovery process after sustaining a traumatic brain injury.