If you’re looking for assisted living or memory care, Cedarhurst of Owensboro provides these services in their new community, which opened in the spring of 2021. You’ll love the high ceilings and wood beams in the living room, intimate seating around the fireplace, and an open floor plan that makes the whole community feel open and welcoming.
The Lincoln Pioneer Village is just across the Indiana border. Here you can explore where Abraham Lincoln lived for the first 14 years of his life and check out historical military artifacts. The community is also close to the Western Kentucky Botanical Gardens, which hosts many entertaining and educational events throughout the year and has a reputation for being one of Owensboro’s hidden gems.
There’s plenty to love about this community. You might tend to the plants in the raised gardening beds, or enjoy a peaceful evening in front of the outdoor fireplace. Inside you can enjoy some popcorn while watching a classic film in the movie theater, or gather neighbors for a board game in the rec room. Activities also include exercise classes, music therapy, weekly religious services, and more.
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Total monthly costs depend on room type, select services, and the level of care needed.
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Cedarhurst of Owensboro was gorgeous - it looked like a resort. I though it was a very, very nice facility. The staff seemed very friendly as well.
We have a loved one there now, the facility is beautiful, new, and clean. They have been very accommodating during Covid so that we can always see our loved one. On the other hand it has been a struggle since day one to get the staff to take care of some basic needs, and the price started at $[amount removed] and is increasing to $[amount removed] per month on January 1st 2022 for our loved one, we may be forced to move our loved one, which is going to be very hard on our loved one.
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We had a great tour with Cedarhurst. The facility was brand new and beautiful but way overpriced for us.
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