Company Overview

The principals of MJM Associates, and it affiliate company, Highbridge Care focus over 120 years combined experience in healthcare and human services to achieve success for their company and investor partners. MMR Associates (the predecessor company to MJM) began operation in 2003 to take advantage of the workout opportunities that existed in the senior housing industry due to over building and the poor business decisions made by many in the industry in the late 1990’s. They have completed the turn-around of six senior housing properties by strengthening property management and procedures, modifying product mix when necessary and instituting a superior marketing program. 


Highbridge Care was formed in 2014 to work in harmony with MJM’s assisted living programs and to provide home health care services in regions in which MJM offers or is developing assisted living communities. It also will provide residential services for non-seniors and will specifically offer post-acute and transitional services for individuals recovering from traumatic brain injury (TBI) and spinal cord injury (SCI). The first Highbridge Care TBI/SCI program is currently under development on the grounds of Halifax Hospital in Daytona Beach, Florida.

MJM’s current business plan focuses on expanding its state-of-the-art program for individuals with Alzheimers disease and related disorders of memory and cognition and capitalizing on its expertise in the areas of post-acute and transitional care for individuals recovering from Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) and Spinal Cord Injury (SCI). The Company employs its established all neighborhood building design which offers both product flexibility and optimal program support for its AL (Assisted Living), IAL (Intensive Assisted Living) and SNAL (Special Needs Assisted Living) service models.

The company has entered into an agreement with Weill Cornell Medicine which will facilitate participation of its residents in approved clinical trial programs and allow it to conduct, in collaboration with Cornell, further research on the best ways to apply its Canterwood behavioral intervention programs to improve the lives of all Alzheimer's patients. The company seeks to utilize the affiliation to further establish the Canterwood program as a national program of excellence through its research efforts and the dissemination of results.


The company continues to seek select development, management and repositioning opportunities in markets of interest on the East coast, in the mid-west and Texas.

Seniors Socializing

Special Needs Assisted Living

Happy Elderly Couple.

Advancing the Science of Alzheimer's Care

Cheerful Seniors

Traumatic Brain Injury and Spinal Cord Injury Programs