Levels of Care Explained
Communities Designed Especially for You When You Need Them
Finding the right care is important to your personal wellness. Let Masonic be your guide in determine what level of care fits your current needs with the added assurance that if your needs change, we have your covered.
Continuing Care Retirement Communities (CCRCs) like Masonic Homes Kentucky combine multiple levels of care, all on the same campus. Here is a quick resource to explain the various levels of care. You can also watch the Levels of Care explainer video to get a better visual understanding of the levels of care offered at Masonic.
Staffed by professional occupational, physical and speech therapists, rehabilitation centers are equipped to help individuals of all ages recovering from illness, accident or injury.
Home care allows older adults to receive the support they need from the comfort of their own homes. Home care professionals are specially trained to help with a little bit of everything from assistance with daily tasks like bathing, laundry, running errands and meal preparation to providing companionship and conversation.
Active lifestyle communities provide maintenance-free accommodations with nearby amenities and entertainment spaces, as well as wellness and social activities, to maintain a healthy, independent lifestyle. Independent living often offers financial flexibility including rental or entrance fee options with asset preservation and other benefit.
Personal care is designed for individuals who enjoy independence, but need support with daily living activities and medication management. Residents enjoy the same social activities and services with the additional benefit of a licensed medical staff.
Assisted living communities help with physical activities such as bathing, dressing and housekeeping as well as a variety of social and wellness activities. While staff may offer reminders, residents at assisted living communities must be able to manage their own medications.
Skilled Nursing provides a high level of medical care by trained individuals such as registered nurses and therapists. Services may be accessed for a short period of time or on a long-term basis.
For individuals with Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia, memory care can help extend independence and offers a safe, secure environment.
Masonic Homes Kentucky’s continuum of care means you can enjoy a comfortable, carefree retirement, no matter what your needs are today or tomorrow. To schedule a tour of one of our communities, email firstname.lastname@example.org.February 17, 2020