Assisted Living Services
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Specializing in assisted living referrals and non-medical home care Serving Louisville’s Downtown and East End
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Independent Living/Retirement Communities
- Seniors living in these communities enjoy security, socializing and well-balanced meals, as well as having tasks such as driving, cleaning, and maintenance done for them, if they so choose.
- These homes and apartments are designed for seniors who are totally independent, but may not want to maintain their homes any longer.
- These communities host many activities and events daily, so they are very active and social settings. They have outings to shows, museums, restaurants, malls, grocery stores, and transportation to doctor appointments. Residents enjoy getting together to play cards, watch a movie or take a walk.
- The monthly rent usually includes three meals a day, housekeeping, linen service and transportation.
Assisted Living Communities
Alzheimer’s and Other Dementia Care
- Alzheimer’s and other dementia care is available in a variety of settings – in fact, the majority of senior living communities are home to residents with early Alzheimer’s disease or mild dementia.
- When your loved one is at risk of wandering, having accidents in the home, or is otherwise in need of safer surroundings, more secure options are available.
- Some larger assisted living communities offer secure memory care units within their facilities, in which doors can only be opened with a security code. Facilities and activities are designed specifically for memory care residents, and the staff is trained in Alzheimer’s/dementia care.
- As with other types of communities, some charge rent for the type of room chosen and add fees based on the level of care, while others charge an all-inclusive monthly rate.
Continuing Care Retirement Communities (CCRCs)
(also known as Aging in Place Communities)
Respite Care – a Break for Family Caregivers
- If you are a family caregiver who needs a break from your responsibilities, many of the assisted living and memory care communities offer temporary “respite stays” for your loved one, which can enable you to take some much needed time off.
- Some communities have time limits, but generally, a senior could stay for as little as one week to as long as a month.
- Respite care is a good way for your loved one to try a community before deciding to live there long-term.
- It can also be a good option for someone who is recuperating from an injury or illness and does not have a family member close by to help in the short-term.
- Respite stays are only offered when a community has a vacancy.
Personal Care Communities
- Our personal care communities are licensed by the Kentucky Office of Inspector General.
- Personal care offers assistance with the activities of daily living, such as bathing, dressing, grooming, transferring, toileting and eating.
- These communities can also provide some skilled nursing/medical services and administer medication.
- Three meals a day, housekeeping, linen service and transportation are usually included. Some facilities also wash residents’ personal laundry.
- Many activities are offered for residents to enjoy, both inside and outside of the community.
- Some of the larger personal care communities offer a variety of room sizes, ranging from a studio to a two bedroom. Other communities offer a standard room size.
- Personal care community pricing varies, with some having an all-inclusive monthly rate that covers everything, regardless of care level, and others charging a rate for your apartment, plus a rate for the level of care. In addition, some communities add another monthly charge for the number of medications given.
- Companion living, or sharing a room with a roommate, is offered at a few personal care communities as a savings option.
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Contact us today at: (502) 272-4400
* For a free personal consultation and tours to find the best place possible for you and/or your loved one.