We Are Better Together Than We Are Apart
Communal Living Where You Are Known And Loved
Communal living reminds us of the basic things that we all have in common.
It’s easy for people to feel overlooked, neglected, and disenfranchised as they age. When we are together, it is easier to see that we matter. Someone cares that we are sad, scared, or lonely. We feel comforted and loved because we know that someone will help us if we need something.
If you choose to find a home with us, we want you to:
- Feel like you belong
- Know that you matter as an individual
- Feel that our community is responsive and attentive to your needs
What is it like to live at a Presbyterian Homes of Kentucky Community?
It’s never boring! Don has lived at Personal Care Community Rose Anna Hughes Home for over five years. He choose Rose Anna Hughes because he was able to go through physical therapy at Westminster Terrace right across the parking lot.
“I have a routine every day, but it’s not boring. Staff members take good care of you. They give you medication, do your laundry, change your sheets, make your bed every day. Everything is done for me. I never had that in all my life,” Don shared.
“My daughter and I looked at a lot of places, but they were too expensive, or I didn’t want to be there. Here, I had access to physical therapy, and that was a big plus for me.”
Engaging Activities for Community-building
At all of our communities, activities are a big part of daily life. Between Reading Club, Cooking Club, Gardening Club, Hymn Sing, Bingo, and more, staff and residents build community and connect with one another daily.
“The programs here are delightful and I am so thankful for all the bible studies offered that I am able to attend,” shared Billie, a resident at Cedar Creek.
Arthur, another Cedar Creek resident shared, “I love the fact that I am able to socialize with other residents and always have an activity that I can attend.”
A Welcome Home
Community is at the heart of how we live. Our communities are open, loving, and welcoming. Our residents take ownership of their communities as their homes. If they don’t like something, they tell us and we listen.
“We want residents to feel good, loved, special, cared about, and to know that they can bring their problems to staff at any time and we will solve them; what may be small to us can be big to them,” shared a staff member.
Adjusting to A New Place
It can be difficult and scary to move into a new place. Presbyterian Homes staff members give new residents extra attention, find out where they are spiritually, and let them know that they are not alone.
Beth has lived at Rose Anna Hughes for over four years and loves living in a community.
“My kids moved me in. It was scary at first, but the staff here helped me. I feel spoiled here. They do my medicines and order them. If I need a doctor or a nurse I don’t have to go anywhere. They take me to the doctor and the dentist, and make my appointments for me. They do my laundry and my food. There’s a special every day with a menu that has eight or nine things to choose from,” she shared.
Cedar Creek resident Betty shared, “I love living here because I get wonderful service and the food is always good. I always have a clean room and a safe place to lay my head down at night.”
Zena agreed, saying her favorite thing about living at Rose Anna Hughes, “I go to bed at night and I am not afraid. If I was home, I would be.”
“I have a routine every day, but it’s not boring. Staff members take good care of you. They give you medication, do your laundry, change your sheets, make your bed every day. Everything is done for me. I never had that in all my life.”
Resident, Rose Anna Hughes
“I love the fact that I am able to socialize with other residents and always have an activity that I can attend.”
Resident, Cedar Creek
“I go to bed at night and I am not afraid. If I was home, I would be.”
Resident, Rose Anna Hughes
“You can’t beat our staff with the support you get. Some know your needs even before you do.”