Meadowthorpe Assisted Living
"While everyone's journey is different, many people will reach a point in their lives when they require help intheir daily activities. The goal of assisted living facilities like Meadowthorpe Assisted Living in Lexington, KY, is to empower their residents to live independently while receiving the dietary, medical, and social support they need to stay healthy and happy.Meadowthorpe Assisted Living is a retirement home focused on creating a comfortable environment for their residents, offering senior living, elderly care, dementia care, assisted living, and even short-term rehabilitation for people recovering from illnesses or surgeries. Unlike other assisted living facilities, which usually have one caregiver for every twenty residents, Meadowthorpe Assisted Living is proud to offer one caregiver for every six residents, enabling their staff to provide the kind of service and support this high-end assisted living center is known for.In addition to offering 24/7 care for their residents, the caregivers at Meadowthorpe Assisted Living can also help with daily personal hygiene care, shopping, housekeeping, laundry, transportation, clerical support, medication administration, and emergency medical assistance. Whether you need help getting ready every day or you are currently battling an ongoing medical condition, the expert caregivers at Meadowthorpe Assisted Living will do everything in their power to make your life as comfortable as possible.Centered on the resident experience, Meadowthorpe Assisted Living is dedicated to keeping their facility clean, beautiful, and up-to-date with all of the latest technologies. Suites feature upgrades like wall-mounted LED television sets and faux-wood blinds, and each aspect of the apartments is designed with accessibility and safety in mind. If you're interested in becoming a resident, send them a message online or call (859) 878-1300. You can also explore their Facebook page to read recent patient reviews or to see what their residents have been up to."