Entries by MHKY1821

A New Era

Love of family and commitment to quality care guide Masonic’s next generation of leadership. Masonic Homes Kentucky boldly entered a new era of leadership when two longtime members of the Masonic community took the helm. J Scott Judy, a fourth-generation Mason and Masonic employee since 2005, will serve as CEO, while Todd Lacy, Masonic’s CFO […]

Help for Those in Need

Masonic Homes Kentucky stays true to its origins by assisting those when they need it most. Ann Richardson was well acquainted with the tenet of Freemasonry that urges its members to care for the most vulnerable among us. After all, Masonry had been a significant part of her life since childhood. Her grandfather had been […]

Care Across Generations

The broad range of services at Masonic Homes Kentucky helps a close-knit family stay together. Maryrose Laun is a mother to five daughters. When each moved out of the family home, she never expected to share an address with any of them again. But as fate would have it, Maryrose now has not only one, […]

In Stitches

The needlework group at Miralea talks, laughs and donates nearly everything they make. Comradery, learning and a sense of pride are abundant every Thursday afternoon at Miralea Active Lifestyle Community as the women’s needlework group’s laughing, cajoling and clicking of knitting needles floats down the halls. “One of the unsaid motivating factors behind the ladies […]

Levels of Care, Explained

Finding the right care is important to your personal wellness. Use this illustrative guide as a resource when learning more about each level of care. Continuing Care Retirement Communities (CCRCs) like Masonic Homes Kentucky combine multiple levels of care, all on the same campus. See if you’re like one example, Carol, who recently received a […]

When Technology Meets Care

Morning and night, any day of the week, Masonic residents always have access to a doctor with new technology. Maybe it’s a rash, or sudden dizziness, or what you think could be high blood pressure, but it’s the weekend and the attending physician has gone. In the past, there were three options: get care from […]

Graduate from Rehab

Class is in session: Masonic Homes Kentucky’s recovery expert lectures on passing rehabilitation therapy with flying colors.  While school is letting out for the summer, rehab is year-round. Natalie Tinsley is the senior vice president of therapy services at Masonic; she’s schooling us on the best ways to recover through rehab without being held back. […]

Personal Touch

Crescent Grove brings inspired living to personal and memory care This spring, Masonic Homes Kentucky unveiled yet another elevated living experience on its Louisville Campus when it welcomed residents to Crescent Grove Memory & Personal Care, formerly Pillars Assisted Care Center. Pillars, which opened in the 1980s, offered personal care for residents who value their […]

Rooted in History

Though Masonic Homes Kentucky recently celebrated its sesquicentennial, at least one inhabitant on the verdant Louisville Campus has been around much longer than that. On the east side of campus, behind Davies Hall, towers a 250-year-old Slippery Red Elm (Ulmus rubra). At more than 90 feet tall with the crown spread of 83 feet, this […]