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Village Manor

1800 Westen Street, Bowling Green, KY 42104

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At Village Manor in Bowling Green, we offer a lifestyle complete with all the comforts and conveniences of a senior living community. We invite you to plan the next exciting chapter of your life here among wonderful neighbors, deluxe amenities, and elegant surroundings. We take a modern approach...

Charter Senior Living of Bowling Green

445 Middle Bridge Rd W, Bowling Green, KY 42103

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Charter Senior Living's Mission Statement is, "To Enhance the Human Spirit" and they live by that mantra. Their Bowling Green location offers independent and assisted living options, all on the ground floor, with private patios, exterior entrances and has a total of 129 individual apartments. The...

Morningside of Bowling Green

981 Campbell Lane, Bowling Green, KY 42104

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Located conveniently on Campbell Lane, Morningside of Bowling Green has provided a home-like atmosphere for seniors since 1999. We understand the uniqueness of each resident and promote continued independence through individualized service plans that address the physical, spiritual, intellectual,...

Chandler Memory Care

1310 Campbell Lane, Bowling Green, KY 42104

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Chandler Memory Care, located in Bowling Green, Kentucky, has been thoughtfully designed to provide a therapeutic, warm, and welcoming environment with optimum security and safety. Our Memory Care allows a person experiencing memory loss to maintain a level of independence. Our residents will...

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Chandler Park Assisted Living

2643 Chandler Drive, Bowling Green, KY 42104

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Located in the beautiful, historic city of Bowling Green, Kentucky, Chandler Park Assisted Living Community is the perfect place to call home. Bowling Green is a bustling city, with lots of history, and lots to do. Home to the GM Corvette Assembly Plant and the National Corvette Museum, the...

Lewis Memorial Home

2905 Bowling Green Rd, Franklin, KY 42134

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Willow Creek

108 Diecks Dr, Elizabethtown, KY 42701

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Come home to Willow Creek's distinctive assisted living and memory care community in Elizabethtown, Kentucky. Surrounded by warm Southern hospitality in the heart of Kentucky, you’ll be close to a unique shopping district and a wide variety of entertainment.And when you’re at home, you’ll find a...

Atria Elizabethtown

133 Heartland Drive, Elizabethtown, KY 42701

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At Atria Elizabethtown, a senior housing community in Elizabethtown, Kentucky, you'll find quiet, enjoyable senior living with excellent service from a dedicated staff. Nestled beside Freeman Lake, Atria Elizabethtown is your front-row seat to waterfront attractions including the Fourth of July...

Bluegrass Assisted Living

1108 Regency Way, Elizabethtown, KY 42701

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Our goal is to treat each client as an individual and ensure that the service plan that we create for them still allows the freedom, respect and dignity that they deserve. We strive to make our facility your home away from home, and to make the transition simple for each client and their family...

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Assisted Living in Brownsville, KY

What Is Assisted Living?

‘‚¬Assisted Living can be a confusing term because there s no standard, universal definition. Each state regulates assisted living communities differently, meaning local definitions will differ. However, there are some commonalities associated with most assisted living communities or senior care apartments.

Assisted living communities are typically long-term senior care options that provide some essential services, such as meals, medication management, and transportation. While some assisted living communities may provide overnight on-call staff, they usually Don’t offer 24-hour medical care as you would find at a nursing home. Residents of these communities are relatively independent and mobile but may require some assistance with Activities of Daily Living (or ADLs).

These communities are often built with amenities in mind, from private rooms, onsite beauticians, and visiting physical therapists. These touches are meant to spark a feeling of community, with a wide range of services available to keep bodies, minds, and spirits feeling at home. Many communities even allow pets, with restrictions varying by the community. Because of this sense of community, many assisted living communities will also work with you to ensure spouses are kept together, even if they require different levels of care. If this is something you’d like to look into, your Senior Living Advisor can help you find a place that fits your needs.

What Services Are Available?

As most assisted living communities are built around unique communities, their offered services can vary greatly, even if they re located right next door to each other. However, there is a diverse list of potential services commonly found at many communities:

  • Art classes
  • Book clubs
  • Communal dining
  • Complimentary transportation
  • Devotional services
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Full-time activity director on staff
  • Incontinence care
  • Laundry service
  • Onsite beautician
  • Onsite library
  • Outdoor spaces
  • Pet care
  • Restaurant-quality meals
  • Studio, one-bedroom, and two-bedroom units
  • Trivia nights
  • Visiting occupational, physical, or speech therapists

What Is Senior Living Like in Brownsville?

Located a mere half-hour from Bowling Green, Brownsville contains many assisted living communities both within city limits and nearby. Perhaps most famously, Brownsville sits just outside Mammoth Cave National Park, home of the longest cave system ever discovered.

Culture fans will find plenty of museums, libraries, and arts centers close to Brownsville. For those that feel the need for speed, the National Corvette Museum showcases more than 75 Corvettes, including unique prototypes, champion racecars, and classics. History buffs can also explore the Kentucky Museum and Library, whose collections and exhibits bring the history of Kentucky to life.

Baseball fans can enjoy a day at Bowling Green Ballpark rooting for the Bowling Green Hot Rods of the Midwest League. Minor league baseball games are a fun, inexpensive way to watch the future stars of the Majors. Meanwhile, basketball fans can root for the Bowling Green Hornets of the Central Basketball Association, and if your preferred sport is golf, Bowling Green is home to six courses.

During Brownsville warm summers, there s nothing better than being outside in the many parks and outdoor spaces throughout the area. From the lush, green campus of Western Kentucky University to Fountain Square to Aviation Heritage, whose outdoor field displays several intact airplanes.

How Transparent Are Assisted Living Inspections and Ratings in Kentucky?

An essential aspect of choosing the right assisted living community is checking inspection reports. The level of transparency varies wildly between the states, with some hosting unified, searchable databases for people to sort through online, while some offer only a basic level of access to this data.

Kentucky falls into the lowest quartile of our rankings for state-by-state assisted living transparency and received a rating of ‘‚¬”Basic” States who ve assessed as having only basic levels of transparency often only offer assisted living community data in a PDF or Excel file. In some states, this also means you mean need to file a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request to gain regulatory action reports.

You can find the state of Kentucky s list of licensed communities in either Excel or PDF form on their website. If you re looking for additional information about how to get records regarding assisted living communities in the state, you can also head to the website for Kentucky s Department for Aging and Independent Living. If you decide that you ll need to file an FOIA request, the National Freedom of Information Coalition provides state-by-state resources, including sample request letters.

How Much Does Assisted Living Cost in Brownsville?

As Brownsville is a reasonably small town, we Don’t have specific information for communities within the city limits. However, we do have data for the state, as well as for a couple of nearby cities. It s essential to note that with all of these numbers, actual costs may shift $1,000 in either direction in the same area.

In Bowling Green, which sits about 30 minutes southwest of Brownsville, the average monthly cost for an assisted living community is $3,599, which sits just a shade under the metro-area average of $3,600. Still, the state average isn’t t all that different, with monthly costs shaking out to around $3,613. In Glasgow, a town about 30 miles southeast of Brownsville, assisted living communities will cost $3,342 each month. The average monthly cost for the larger metro-area is $3,419. About an hour north of Brownsville, Elizabethtown currently holds an average monthly cost of $3,587 for their in-town assisted living communities.

Does Medicare Pay for Assisted Living?

Medicare is an option for short-term rehab care after a hospitalization, but it not an option for long-term care. It may also cover some hospital services, like medications, tests, and x-rays, but it will depend on whether you received these services during inpatient or outpatient care.

Please check Medicare s website for more information about what it may cover, but you should not expect it help with payment towards many long-term senior care options, including assisted living communities, nursing homes, or residential care homes.

What Are the Signs It’s Time for Assisted Living?

Many of the residents of assisted living communities, as well as their families, started to look into senior care due to a recommendation by a doctor or physician. So, if you re unsure whether long-term care is necessary, bringing your loved one s primary care physician into the conversation can add a clarifying voice.

During their discussion with you, they may ask whether you ve noticed any potential signs of needing additional care. For instance, if you re feeling increased stress due to our loved one s living arrangement or their day-to-day care, it may be a sign that a professionall community is needed to help shoulder some of the care responsibilities.

If your loved one is displaying increased agitation, especially if it becomes more pronounced throughout the day, it may indicate they re dealing with ‘‚¬“Sundowner” s Syndrome. An assisted living community may help provide a better level of comfort and provide the needed attention.

When speaking with your loved one s doctor, make sure to mention if you ve noticed your loved one struggle with any Activities of Daily Living (ADLs) or Instrumental Activities of Daily Living (IADLs). ADLS are the essential skills needed to take care of oneself, like being able to clean themselves, dress independently, and eat without assistance. IADLS are more complex activities that can define individual independence. If you can manage money, shop, and prepare meals, you are accomplishing your IADLS. When your loved begins to struggle with either their IADLS or ADLS, even if the onset is gradual or sudden, make sure to bring it up to your doctor. Measuring and tracking your loved one s ability to complete these activities can be a determinative factor in deciding to pursue an assisted living community.

How Do I Tour Assisted Living communities?

Contact A Place for Mom, and a Senior Living Advisor can help coordinate a tour with communities that meet your specific needs. We can also help prepare questions to ask staff, residents, and management to help discover whether this community is the right one for you and your family. No matter what community you are touring, though, there are some standard questions you should be ready to ask:

  • What is the community s staff-to-resident ratio?
  • Is a nurse available 24 hours a day?
  • What types of apartments are available, and how much do they cost?
  • What is your experience dealing with my senior s care needs?
  • Does the monthly fee cover all services? If not, how much are additional services?
  • What social activities or events do you offer?

How Do I Make the Right Choice?

You ve already made the right choice by deciding to seek answers to your many questions about assisted living communities. With some essential information, several in-depth tours, and the help of your Senior Living Advisor, you ll be able to find the community that matches your family s needs. At A Place for Mom, our focus is to help you discover the assisted living options in Brownsville and nearby. We know it s impossible to have all the answers during this emotional time of transition. That s why our Senior Living Advisors will help manage your search, coordinate communication, and empower you to choose the assisted living community that checks off all your needs. We do this free of charge because our goal is to make things easier on you, not harder. Please contact us today for a free consultation.

Frequently asked questions about Assisted Living facilities in Kentucky

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