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Your Aging Care Visit Checklist

By Cara Lococo Asking the right questions is key to finding the right aging care community. Cara Lococo, corporate director of sales at Masonic Homes Kentucky, suggests using her checklist on your visits.   Location and curb appeal Is the community convenient to shopping and medical care facilities? To family and friends? Does community include […]

Miralea’s Centenarian

Miralea “might be the best place in the country,” according to Art Raderer. Art, at 100 years old, should know. Living a full life for more than a century, he has experienced more than most. After the death of his second wife, Madelyn Johnson, Art’s sons encouraged him to move to Miralea Active Lifestyle Community […]

Sproutlings Gets a Boost from WHAS Crusade for Children Grant

Sproutlings Pediatric Day Care & Preschool was recently awarded a grant from the WHAS Crusade for Children for new buggies, iPads and educational apps. The WHAS Crusade for Children, established in 1954 by WHAS-TV, raises money for organizations, schools and hospitals to better the lives of special needs children. The Crusade serves children in all […]

A Good Investment

Masonic Homes Kentucky’s team includes more than 600 professionals in fields ranging from nursing to occupational therapy to administrative. Masonic Homes has a service-based culture focused on resident satisfaction, with a workforce that works every day to exceed the expectations of the people served. Beyond that service-based culture is also one focused on attracting and […]

Leading the Way

Creating vibrant, supportive communities is what Masonic Homes has always been about. Our new logo is of a tree made up of many leaves of various colors – the leaves symbolizing our communities that come together to form one unit. It visually communicates the simplicity and ease of living with Masonic Homes, while meeting the needs […]

Caring Considerations

Asking the right questions is key to finding the right aging care community The question of where we choose to live throughout our lives—from renting our first apartment to purchasing a family home— is among the most important choices we make. Perhaps because of that pressure, many people find themselves overwhelmed by choice when looking […]

A Glass Act

How does Kentucky’s largest glass studio keep things interesting? By producing its largest and most ambitious work ever: a 1,000-pound, 10-foot chandelier hanging 35 feet overhead in the atrium at Masonic Homes Kentucky’s newest active lifestyle community, Meadow. The artists of Flame Run Gallery and Hotshop in Louisville crafted this masterpiece that consists of about […]

A Lifeline for Parents

Agonizing over childcare decisions is a rite of passage for many parents. But for parents of children with medically complex needs, the search for reliable day care options can be especially daunting. Crestwood residents Paul and Melanie Brunsdon were two such parents. Their 2-year-old twin boys, Graham and Cade, were both diagnosed with spastic cerebral […]

Masons: A Legacy of Giving Back

In 1867 in downtown Louisville, a group of Masons established the first Masonic Home to care for widows and orphans of Masons lost to the Civil War. Later, more Kentucky widows and orphans arrived as a result of WWI, coal mining accidents and other hardships. Today, the Masonic tradition of charity and giving continues at Masonic […]