In addition to our residential care options, Marbridge offers short-term care to individuals in need. Whether you’re looking for a place to recover from surgery, stroke, or other medical conditions or just looking for some summer fun for a young adult, we have the comfort and care that you need.
Skilled Nursing & Rehabilitation Center
Tucked away in a lovely pastoral setting on the Villa campus is The Bridges Skilled Nursing & Rehabilitation Center. Its serene, comfortable surroundings, homelike setting and attentive care promote recovery from surgery, stroke or other medical conditions, so patients can return home. The Bridges also maintains a fully equipped, 1,200-square-foot rehabilitation center to meet patients’ therapy needs and to promote a more efficient return to health and improved mobility.
Discover the difference at Marbridge summer camp.
Our 200-acre campus, located just outside Austin, allows our campers to enjoy a wide variety of activities while promoting team development. All activities are adapted to meet the interests, skills, and ages of our campers, and our dedicated staff will positively reinforce the progress that individuals make in problem solving, interpersonal communications, self-assurance, and independent living tasks. The week-long camp activities include: swimming, horseback riding, arts, crafts, music, games, sports, and community outings.
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.